Hermosillo.- According to the information of the Meteorological Services of Mexico and the United States, it is expected that the Cold Front No.18 continues to affect the extreme northwest on Thursday, December 3 and, additionally, the presence of the polar jet stream and the Second Winter Storm of the Season, mainly in the north, northeast and east regions of Sonora.
These conditions are expected to generate strong gusts of wind and a very marked drop in temperatures from Thursday to Saturday, but mainly Thursday and Friday, with a very low probability of rain in the north and northeast regions of the state.
In common agreement, the CEPC with the National Civil Protection Coordination and the National Water Commission issued the meteorological warning for the north and northeast regions, with special attention for the municipalities of Caborca, Pitiquito, Atil, Tubutama, Saric, Oquitoa, Altar, Trincheras, Santa Ana, Benjamín Hill, Imuris, Magdalena, Nogales, Santa Cruz, Cananea, Naco, Agua Prieta, Fronteras, Bacerac, Bavispe, Nacozari, Huachinera, Bacadehuachi and Nácori Chico.
So too, Bacoachi, Cucurpe, Banámichi, Huépac, San Felipe de Jesús, Aconchi, Baviácora, Ures, Rayón, Opodepe, San Miguel de Horcasitas and Arizpe.
The CEPC made a call to comply with the provisions of the Harbor Master’s Offices and to inquire about the meteorological warnings that are issued on the day, since Wind gusts of 60 to 70 kilometers per hour are expected in the Sea of Cortez.
These systems will continue to maintain a cold to very cold environment on the regions, north, northeast and east of the entity from Thursday to Saturday.
It is expected that temperatures of -6 to 4 centigrade or less register in the region border with Arizona Y mountain area from Sonora, also from Thursday to Saturday. In the municipalities of the border with Chihuahua, temperatures are expected to be recorded minima between -5 and 2 centigrade; in the municipalities of the central region, from 4 to 8 centigrade; in the northwestern region, from 4 to 8 centigrade, and in the south from 8 to 12 centigrade.
Civil Protection asked to be extremely careful with the use of LP gas equipment, braziers, cookers inside homes; In case of any incident, request support from your Municipal Civil Protection Unit.