Temperatures will range between 30 and 38 degrees Celsius
Mérida, Yucatán.- This Friday, September 17, the weather in Yucatan will be hot and rainy in the afternoon, due to a low-pressure channel, which will extend over the west of the Yucatan Peninsula.
Divergence at higher levels and the passage of tropical wave number 33 will favor the development of strong storms in the east, center, and southwest of Yucatan, with abundant electrical activity and strong winds. Scattered thunderstorms are forecast for Merida.
As for maximum temperatures, they will be 33 to 38 degrees Celsius for Yucatan, and for Merida maximum temperatures will be around 32 to 35 degrees Celsius.
Tonight there is no cyclonic activity in the Atlantic that could affect southeastern Mexico at least in the next few hours, since Nicholas, which was a hurricane in the southern US, has only remnants left, and there are three more tropical disturbances in the Atlantic, but far away from Mexico.
more recommended stories
Yucatan within the seven fastest-growing state economies in Mexico
The INEGI indicated that the manufacturing.
The growth of the manufacturing industry continues in Yucatan
Result of the joint work between.
Banxico accelerates the pace of its interest rate
Mexico’s central bank accelerated the pace.
Peninsular Electric Expo is inaugurated by Governor Vila Dosal at Merida’s Siglo XXI
During the first edition of the.
President Joe Biden condemns Supreme Court abortion ruling
WASHINGTON DC — In sharp and.
Grupo Xcaret’s Xibalbá Park in Valladolid is still in stand by due to environmental reasons
The controversy surrounding the construction of.
A tropical wave off the African coast moving west has a 60% chance of becoming a threat to the Peninsula
The tropical wave off the African.
Motorcyclist run over in Tizimín dies on her way to the hospital
On Thursday, June 23rd, a woman.
One dead after a fatal accident in Uman
On Thursday, June 23, in Umán,.
Subject accused of attempted femicide in Mérida is arrested in Tabasco
A subject accused of exercising violence.