Tropical Storm Bret continues its path over the Atlantic Ocean, moving westward at 26 km/h with winds of 95 km/h and gusts of 110 km/h.
According to the State Coordination of Civil Protection (Procivy), it is expected to maintain its strength as a Tropical Storm in the coming days and degrade to a Tropical Depression by Saturday, June 24.
Currently, Tropical Storm Bret is located east of the Windward Islands and at a distance of 3,950 km southeast of Yucatán.
It is expected to cause heavy rains and impacts in the coming days in areas near the meteorological phenomenon as it continues its journey in the Atlantic.
Due to its distance, Tropical Storm Bret does not pose a danger to Mexico at the moment, and therefore, no effects are expected in Yucatán.
However, starting from Thursday, June 22, rainfall is forecasted in Yucatán due to a low-pressure channel with precipitation throughout the day.
It is recommended to stay informed through official sources such as the National Meteorological Service (SMN) and Civil Protection of Yucatán.