Up to three low-pressure areas are developing (two in the Atlantic Ocean and one in the Pacific Ocean) near Mexico and threaten to turn into tropical cyclones in the coming days, as reported by the National Meteorological Service (SMN).
According to the National Water Commission (Conagua), low-pressure areas have increased the possibility of becoming tropical cyclones in the coming days. For this reason, he asked the general population of Mexico not to ignore the evolution of these climatic events.
Three low-pressure areas threaten to become tropical cyclones: Trajectory
According to the SMN, the low pressure zone formed in the Pacific Ocean, south-south of the Baja California Peninsula, maintains a 30 percent chance of cyclonic development in 48 hours and in seven days.
Likewise, he reported that the low pressure zone is located approximately 1,080 kilometers south-southwest of Cabo San Lucas, in Baja California Sur. On the other hand, SMN reports that it will turn towards the north or northwest.
On the other hand, SMN also reported that two low-pressure areas in the Atlantic Ocean are also developing the possibility of becoming tropical cyclones.
The first area of low pressure is in the Caribbean Sea and maintains a 10 percent chance of cyclonic development in 48 days and seven days. Likewise, the SMN reported that it is located 1,085 kilometers east-southeast of Chetumal, in Quintana Roo, and is moving slowly to the east.
The second low-pressure area is in the Central Atlantic, and its probability for cyclonic development has increased to 30 percent in the next seven days.