translated from Spanish: They forecast widespread afternoon rain

Mexico City.- On Wednesday, the CDMX will record widespread rains and in the South, mainly, they will be stronger.

According to the Secretariat of Comprehensive Risk Management and Civil Protection, rainfall will predominate in the North, Westeros and South of the City.

From 17:00 hours until 21:00 approximately.

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The Ajusco area would reach levels above 31 mm.

The maximum temperature will be 26 degrees and the minimum will be 14.5.

This morning, regular air quality is reported by PM 2.5 particles.

Yesterday’s rains mainly affected southern Mexico City.

Authorities reported three fallen trees in Azcapotzalco, in Bosques de las Lomas, in mayor Miguel Hidalgo and in Xochimilco.

Also two fallen branches in San José Insurgentes, in Benito Juárez and in Colonia Jardines del Sur, in Xochimilco.

#FelizMiércoles ☺️Widespread light rains are expected ️ with strong spreads in the nte., pte. and southern #CDMX☔️ the sky will be half cloudy ️ cloudy ️. We’ll reach 25 degrees Celsius ️. #TrabajandoJuntos #OperativoLluvias2019 @SGIRPC_CDMX #C5 @SacmexCDMX. We are at 14oC. — C5 CDMX (@C5_CDMX)
July 17, 2019

Elements of the Heroic Fire Corps work on 18 rides.

How in Iztapalapa, where seven points were critical, in roads such as Zaragoza and Ermita Iztapalapa.

In Coyoacán, in Periférico Sur corner Avenida México 68, Col. Modulo Social IMAN.

While in Tlalpan, there were nine areas with the greatest accumulation of water.
The Area of Insurgentes Sur was one of the most affected.

There were nine points taken care of.

In the Mayor’s Office two vehicles were stranded and the Metrobus and mobility was affected in Calzada de Tlalpan.

Metrobus personnel reported that due to the links that were presented on the route of line 1, so provisional service was implemented at the Green Indian stations to Doctor Gálvez.

The Ciudad Universitaria to El Caminero stations were out of service.

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