The State Civil Protection Unit (Procivy) announced the approach of a new weak cold front to the north of the Yucatan Peninsula, probably the last of the season, starting this Friday May 26 and until Sunday 28.
This frontal system will promote a slight cooling of temperatures, with the potential for rain and the possibility of hail both in the south and east of the state.
The head of Procivy, Enrique Alcocer Basto, anticipated the arrival of this cold front and light to moderate rainfall, in various regions of the territory.
According to records from the State Monitoring and Alert System (SEMA) with data from the National Meteorological Service (SMN), the front is expected to weaken between Sunday 28 and Monday 29.
Due to the entry of humidity and the formation of a trough, it will bring wind from the north, with gusts of 30 kilometers per hour (Km/h), and waves from 1 to 1.5 meters high.
Likewise, it will produce moderate rains in the north, east, and south of the state; and light, in the center, while its interaction with tropical maritime air will cause air gusts of considerable speed on the coasts.
It is expected that on Friday, May 26th and Saturday 27th, the thermometers will drop, in the north, with maximums of 29 to 32 degrees, and in the south, they will remain between 36 and 38 Celsius degrees. The minimums will oscillate between 19 and 21, in the central part of the state, and from 20 to 22, on the coast.
Officially, the season of cold fronts for Mexico ended on May 15, but at least one more system of this type is entering the Peninsula this weekend.