José Donderis warns that for this Friday the tropical storm could be in category 1

Until weather conditions improve, a preventive green alert will be in force throughout the country. This, due to the continuity of rains and storms in the national territory, was reported by the National Civil Protection System (Sinaproc).

The green alert includes a warning of prevention and monitoring when there is the possibility of the occurrence of an event that puts the population at risk.

According to Sinaproc, the warning is due to organized low pressure systems, the inclusion of tropical wave 11 and the probability of a tropical cyclone north of Panama.

About this new tropical wave, the entity indicated that it would be entering the country this Wednesday, June 29.

The former director of Sinaproc, José Donderis, indicated that the conditions are favorable for it to become a tropical storm. “Everything indicates that this condition is going to be generated. There are already trajectories that indicate that the impact is going to be in the southern part of Nicaragua and this would be happening in the north of Panama,” he said.

According to Donderis, for this Friday, the tropical storm could be in category 1, depending on the weather conditions.

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