Rainfall was expected to be light and intermittent throughout Friday Sept. 1, possibly becoming far heavier in the evening….
According to The News, the Mexico City government reported that rain continued on Thursday, due to the presence of tropical storm Lidia, in the Pacific.
Rainfall was expected to be light and intermittent throughout the day, becoming far heavier in the evening.
The presence of tropical storm Lidia has added a great amount of moisture coming from the Pacific Ocean that converges on land in the capital to generate the conditions the city is currently experiencing.
Airline flights to and from Mexico City’s Benito Juarez International Airport have been disrupted, including service to Merida and Cancun.
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