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Heat wave affects the Yucatan Peninsula

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MÉRIDA, Yucatan, March 5, 2023.- The heat wave reached its maximum intensity on Friday, March 3rd, due to the influence of an anticyclone system in the middle levels of the troposphere. In addition, the strong southern winds will intensify, mainly in the east of Yucatan and Quintana Roo, due to the persistence of a pressure gradient over the Gulf of Mexico.

Forecasts indicate that there will be no rain in the Yucatan Peninsula, nor in the state of Tabasco.

Maximum temperatures will range from 33°C to 42°C in Campeche, 33°C to 41°C in Yucatan, 30°C to 34°C in Quintana Roo and 31°C to 34°C in Tabasco.

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On the contrary, minimum temperatures for Saturday at dawn in areas of central and southern Yucatan, northern Campeche and western Quintana Roo will be 19 °C to 21 °C, and in southern Tabasco the minimum temperature could drop to 20 °C.

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