Mexico.- A low pressure zone keeps your threat of cyclonic development at Pacific Ocean.
This Friday, the probability for the formation of a cyclone was 30 percent and for this Saturday, November 14, it increased to 50 percent for the next 48 hours and up to 70 percent in five days.
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In your notice of 12:00 hours (central time) this Saturday the National Metereological Service reported that this low pressure zone is located southwest of the coasts of Jalisco and Colima, so it is kept under surveillance.
The distance to the closest place is 760 km south-southwest of Playa Pérula, Jalisco.
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Likewise, it is reported that the phenomenon is moving slowly towards the west-northwest, with maximum sustained winds of 25 km / h and gusts of 35 km / h.