Tropical storm “Julio” causes heavy rains in Nayarit, Jalisco and Michoacán

The tropical storm “July”, which was formed on Saturday in the peaceful, produces heavy rains in the state of Nayarit, Jalisco and Michoacán and their displacement is parallel to the Mexican coasts, reported the National Metereological Service (SMN).

The cyclone, which was formed from the remnants of the cyclone “Nana”, It is located southwest of the Jalisco coasts and produces intense rains in Nayarit and Jalisco; as well as waves of 1 to 3 meters on the coasts of those regions so it is kept under surveillance.

In its statement at 10:00 local time (15:00 GMT), the SMN specified that “Julio” is located 355 kilometers southwest of Cabo Corrientes (Jalisco) and 425 kilometers south-southeast of Cabo San Lucas (Baja California South).

“Julio” advances with maximum sustained winds of 75 kilometers per hour (km / h), gusts of 95 km / h and its movement is towards the west-northwest at 37 km / h.

The forecasts indicate that “July” will remain this Sunday and Monday as a tropical storm and on Tuesday it would degrade, when it is located off the coast of Baja California Sur.

The authorities called on the population to take extreme precautions in the areas of the states mentioned due to rain, wind and waves (including maritime navigation).

In addition to addressing the recommendations issued by the authorities of the National Civil Protection System in each entity.

Cyclone “Nana” formed last Monday and crossed Belize, Guatemala and Mexico and its remnants gave rise to “Julio” in the Pacific.

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With “July” 10 events have already been formed in the Pacific, half of those predicted, for the current season, which runs from May to November.

To date, the tropical storms “Amanda”, “Boris”, “Cristina” and “Fausto”, “Hernan” and “Iselle” have formed, and hurricanes “Douglas” (with intensity 3-5), “Elida” (intensity 1-2) and “Genevieve” (4) on the Saffir Simpson scale.

Of these, “Genevieve” has been the most disastrous so far, leaving a total of six deaths and damage in the tourist areas of the Mexican Pacific.



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