MÉRIDA, Yucatán – The “Mérida” Regional Hydrometeorological Center of the National Meteorological Service (SMN), released its report on the weather forecast, valid from 06:00 hours on Sunday, March 26 to 06:00 hours on Monday, March 27, 2023.
The report indicates that, in the next 24 hours, clear to partially cloudy skies are forecast, with no probability of rain. The atmosphere will be hot to very hot during the day and warm at dawn.
Stable weather is expected to prevail, with clear to partially cloudy skies and no probability of rain in the three states of the region due to the dominance of an anticyclone in the middle levels of the troposphere, so the atmosphere will be very hot during the afternoon and warm at night, with wind from the east-southeast from 15 to 25 km/h and gusts higher than 45 km/h in coastal areas.
Weather in Merida
The temperature forecast for the city of Merida is in the range of 36 to 38 °Celsius as maximum and 19 to 21 °Celsius as minimum. For the interior of the state, the maximum will be 36 to 38 °C in the south, and 19 to 21 °C the minimum for the south.
Meanwhile, on his Twitter account, meteorologist Juan Antonio Palma Solís, coordinator of the meteorology agency Meteored México, reported that at 6:03 a.m. the temperature in Mérida was 22° Celsius, with 92% humidity and wind from the southeast at 18km/h.
Alert for extremely hot weather
The Institutional Committee for the Attention of Extreme Meteorological Phenomena (CIAFEME) of the Autonomous University of Yucatan (UADY) forecasts for this Sunday the continuation of a high pressure system that will cause stable weather with hot to very hot and very hot to extremely hot weather, with clear to medium cloudy skies, with wind from the south and southeast, accompanied by gusts of up to 45 km/h.
In its report, CIAFEME adds that, high humidity values are expected at dawn above 90% and low humidity values of 35% for the first hours of the afternoon.
In relation to the thermal sensation (hot flashes) it is expected to range between 45.0 °C to 48.0 °C, solar radiation would be between 1,100 to 1,200 watts/m2 and ultraviolet radiation would be between 11 to 12 units.
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