The National Meteorological Service (SMN) detailed in the 06:00 morning announcement that this Monday, the tropical depression Norma produces very heavy occasional rainfall in areas of Sinaloa, Chihuahua, and Durango as well as strong points of Sonora.
At the same time, alow-pressuree channel that extends into the national territory, combined with the entry of humidity from the Pacific Ocean, will cause heavy occasional rains in Coahuila y Nayaritwith rains with periods of rain occurring in the states of Mesa del Norte, Mesa Central, and eastern Mexico.
Likewise, another low-pressure channel in it south-east the territory, in the interaction of the entry of humidity from the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea and the gradual approach of tropical storm Otis to the coast of the Mexican South Pacific, causing very strong occasional rains in Oaxaca y Chiapas addition to occasionally heavy rains and showers in the south and southeast of Mexico and the states of the Yucatan Peninsula.
The aforementioned rains may be accompanied by electric shock and possible hail. On the other hand, the new cold front No. 7 in northern Baja California will be associated with a low-pressure channel in the upper atmosphere, which will produce intervals of showers and isolated showers, with strong winds in the Baja California Peninsula, in addition to waves in the west its coast.
These events occurred after the double explosion of hurricanes Lidia and Max a few weeks ago, when they left five dead in total, one in Nayarit, two in Jalisco, and two in Guerrero.
Otis is the 15th named storm this season in the Pacific, forming Adrian, Beatriz, Calvin, Dora, Eugene, Fernanda, Greg, Hilary, Irwin, Jova, Kenneth, Lidia, Max and Norma.
Among them, the most damaging was Hilary, which in August left four dead in the states of Baja California, Baja California Sur, and Sinaloa, all in northern Mexico.
The Mexican Government in May predicted the formation of up to 38 named hurricanes in the 2023 season, of which five could hit the country