Tropical cyclone north of Mexico will cause rains in 4 states

Tropical cyclone north of Mexico will cause rains in 4 states

According to the information, the rains could generate landslides, an increase in the levels of rivers and streams, overflows and floods in low-lying areas, for which the population was urged to heed the SMN warnings and follow the indications of the state authorities, Municipal and Civil Protection.

The National Meteorological Service of the National Water Commission, in coordination with the National Hurricane Center, indicated that the prevention zone for tropical storm winds from Boca de Catán to the mouth of the Río Grande, on the Mexico border, remains active. -USA.

In addition, the potential cyclone is expected to cause strong gusts of wind and waves of one to three meters in height on the coasts of Tamaulipas and northern Veracruz.

For his part, Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca instructed since Friday night to coordinate all the dependencies that make up the State Civil Protection Council and remain permanently alert to the possible impact of the potential tropical storm.

The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) reported that – in accordance with its protocols for emergency care – it is prepared to take timely actions in the event of possible damage to the electricity supply caused by the passage of the tropical cyclone.

“Given the forecast of the trajectory and the radius of influence of the winds reported by the National Meteorological System, it is estimated that the meteor will impact the coasts of the state of Tamaulipas, today in the afternoon-night,” he stated.

In this regard, he pointed out that 404 electrical workers, 90 cranes, 102 vehicles and 10 emergency plants have already been arranged, located at strategic points to attend to any damage that may arise.



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