Weather forecast for this Wednesday, January 13



13/01/202111:30 a.m.Author: Editorial staffSource: PRESENT DIARY

Weather forecast for this Wednesday, January 13

A potential of heavy rains of 25.1 to 50 millimeters to very strong isolated ones of 50.1 to 75 millimeters is expected in Cárdenas, Huimanguillo and the coastal zone

This Wednesday the rainy conditions and cold environment will be maintained in the Tabasco due to the advance of Cold Front Number 26, reported the Civil Protection Institute of the State of Tabasco (IPCET), for which he recommended the population to bundle up and pay special attention to older adults and children to avoid respiratory diseases.

The agency specified that the cold air mass that drives the hydrometeorological phenomenon interacts with a low pressure channel, which increased the entry of moisture into the Gulf of Mexico, favoring rains strong from 25.1 to 50 millimeters to very strong isolated from 50.1 to 75 millimeters in Cárdenas, Huimanguillo and the coastal zone.

He indicated that these precipitations could be accompanied by electrical discharges as well as north and northwest winds of 20 to 30 kilometers per hour with gusts of 40 to 60 kilometers per hour, especially on the coast of Cárdenas.

He asked motorists traveling through the La Sierra region to take extreme precautions, since according to the forecast, for this day cloudy skies and fog banks are expected in the area, reducing visibility.

The agency added that maximum temperatures of between 24 and 26 degrees Celsius and minimum temperatures of 18 to 20 degrees are expected.

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He explained that all the rivers that cross the entity are below their maximum levels of regulatory capacity, with the exception of San Pedro, which remains at a preventive traffic light because it is 27 centimeters below its maximum level.

It also reported that all the dams that make up the Alto Grijalva Hydrological System –Angostura, Chicoasén, Malpaso and Peñitas– are below their maximum storage capacity and do not represent a risk of flooding for the entity.

The IPCET, asked citizens to consult the current precautionary notice and reiterates to citizens, take the necessary preventive measures, and in case of emergency, report it to 911 and telephone (993) 3581360 with several 24-hour hotlines.

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