Cold front number 22 will bring rain and heat to the Yucatan Peninsula

Proximity of cold front number 22 will bring light showers to Mérida and the rest of the state.

The National Water Commission (Conagua) reports that for the next few days, conditions will maintain temperatures from moderate warm to hot, and some showers are expected in parts of the state, as a consequence of this cold front that is approaching the region from the north.

According to the forecasts, on this Thursday, the cold front number 22 will be located in front of the northern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, and there is a probability of strong storms in the center, south and west of Campeche, as well as intervals of showers with storms in the south of Quintana Roo, south, center and west of Yucatan.

While in Mérida, the Yucatan state capital, maximum temperatures will fluctuate between 31 degrees and the 21 degrees Celsius.

The Yucatan Times