Published On: Mon, Jan 29th, 2018

Cold Front 25 hits Cancun and the Riviera Maya

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The cold front 25 located on the Gulf of Mexico, in interaction with its pre-frontal trough to the Yucatan Peninsula, caused the heavy Sunday rain, which according to the Meteorological Observatory reports was 25.5 mm, until 1600 hours, when the precipitations gave way.

Yesterday afternoon rain was accompanied by north-northeast winds of 15 to 25 kilometers per hour (15.5 mph) with gusts of over 40 kph (25 mph)

At noon it was when the highest value was reached, 29.2 degrees Celsius, and the lowest, at 3 in the morning of 21 degrees. Also at this time the humidity reached 100 percent and at 12 hours, the minimum, 82 percent. Maximum southeast time of 16.2 kilometers per hour at one o’clock in the afternoon.

For this day, the cold front number 25 is expected to enter the Yucatan Peninsula, keeping cloudy in most of the region and showers with locally strong storms in the northeast and northern Yucatan, southwest of Campeche, as well as in the center and north of Quintana Roo.

CONAGUA Forecast

Temperatures will be warm during the day. A northern event and gusts of up to 60 kilometers per hour (37.3 mph) in coastal areas.

The mass of cold air that drives the system will keep scattered cloudy skies with a chance of drizzle in the north and northwest of the state.

The Yucatan Times – CONAGUA

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