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Cold front 25 enters the Yucatan Peninsula 

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Minimum temperatures are expected to fluctuate between 18 and 20 degrees in Mérida.

Changing weather conditions are expected in the Peninsula due to the arrival of cold front 25 that will enter the region on Tuesday, January 9, with mostly cloudy skies and showers.

In the afternoon, rain is expected in the northeast, east, southeast, center, and south of the State, with winds from the south and southwest, changing to the west and northwest in the afternoon and from the north at night, providing a somewhat cool sensation.

Minimum temperatures will be between 16 and 18 degrees Celsius in the central cenote belt, former henequen zone, and southern cone, 20 to 22 on the coast, and 19 to 21 in Mérida and the rest of the State; The maximum temperatures will range between 31 and 33 on the coast and from 33 to 35 in Mérida and the interior of the State in the early afternoon.

High humidity will be 95 to 100 percent at dawn, with low humidity of 55 to 60 percent in the early afternoon.

Juan Vázquez Montalvo, a meteorologist from the Institutional Committee for the Attention of Extreme Meteorological Phenomena (Ciafeme) of the Autonomous University of Yucatán (UADY), pointed out that cold front 25 will enter the area in the afternoon, causing a “northern” event in the coast with northwest winds of 40 to 50 km/h.

He added that this phenomenon will cause a slight drop in temperatures at dusk and cool conditions at dawn.

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