RED alert issued in municipalities of Sinaloa for Hurricane Pamela

The Government of Sinaloa, through Civil Protection, issued a red alert for 10 municipalities on Tuesday before the imminent arrival of Tropical Storm Pamela in the state. The red alert is assigned to areas with maximum danger due to the weather phenomenon. The municipalities in this situation are: Navolato, Culiacán, Badiraguato, Elota, Cosala, San Ignacio, Mazatlán, Concordia, Rosario and Escuinapa.Civil Protection of Sinaloa urged the inhabitants of these municipalities to remain in their homes or temporary shelters until the danger ends; move away from windows to avoid possible injuries; in addition to staying calm and staying informed. At the state level, the National Coordination of Civil Protection (CNPC) issued an orange alert for northern Nayarit; West, Center and South of Durango. While southern Baja California Sur, central Nayarit and Central-North Sinaloa are on yellow alert. Weather in Sinaloa According to the National Meteorological System of Conagua, heavy punctual rains with electric discharges are expected between 00:00 to 03:00 hours on Wednesday in the municipalities of Guasave, Sinaloa, Badiraguato, Angostura, Navolato, Culiacán, Elota, Cosala, San Ignacio, Mazatlan, Concordia, Rosario and Escuinapa.La proximity of Tropical Storm Pamela will cause waves of 3 to 5 meters high on the coasts of Sinaloa.It is worth mentioning that tropical storm “Pamela” It is located 180 kilometers east-southeast of Cabo San Lucas, BCS, and 225 km west-southeast of Mazatlan. this phenomenon moves to the northeast with sustained winds of 110 kilometers per hour. Read more: SCT prepares preventive measures in Baja California Sur and Sinaloa against Hurricane PamelaThe CNPC noted that Tropical Storm Pamela could intensify to a Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale as it approaches the Sinaloan coasts. Faced with this situation, the federal agency recommended that the population take extreme precautions. Grupo Firme has a party in Mazatlan regardless of Cyclone Pamela

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