National weather Service is calling for a continuation of what we’ve been experiencing as remnants of the weak trough of low pressure located along the southern portion of the Gulf of Mexico remains in the area.
Tropical maritime air is creating moderate moisture from the Caribbean Sea all the way along the Yucatan Peninsula. This system is responsible for the hot, cloudy days and scattered showers with isolated showers accompanied by electrical activity in the state of Quintana Roo.
The tropical wave is located at the surface of the Yucatan Peninsula and is slowly moving west / northwest. The National Hurricane Center in Miami reports the wave is creating cloudiness and showers but not favorable conditions for a cyclonic system. The wave will continue to have influence on the Yucatan Peninsula during the day.
BENITO JUÁREZ – Cloudy, scattered showers with occasional showers, hot, east and southeast wind 15 to 25 mph with occasional gusts of 45 kph.
ISLAND MUJERES – Partly cloudy to cloudy, scattered showers with occasional showers, hot, east and southeast wind 15 to 25 mph with occasional gusts of 45 kph.
COZUMEL – Cloudy partly cloudy with scattered showers with scattered shower, hot, east and northeast wind 15 to 25 mph with occasional gusts of 45 kph.
SOLIDARIDAD – Partly cloudy to cloudy, scattered showers with occasional showers, hot, east and northeast wind 15 to 25 mph with occasional gusts of 45 kph.
TULUM – Partly cloudy to overcast, with occasional scattered showers accompanied by isolated showers, warm, east and northeast wind 15 to 25 mph electrical activity, with occasional gusts of 45 kph.
Maximum thermal sensation for the day: 39° C.
Feels morning minimum 24° C.
Maximum Temperature: 34 to 36 ° C.
Minimum Temperature: 24-26 ° C.
Sunrise: 6:18 hrs.
Sunset: 18:57 hrs.
The State Coordination of Civil Protection advises to maintain precautions in shipping and water activities along the coasts of Quintana Roo and Yucatan Channel by the effects of wind, rain and waves.
Avoid sun exposure until noon, try wearing light-colored clothing, wear a hat in order to avoid burns from exposure to sunlight and heat stroke or dehydration, as well as attempting to take greater fluids; eating fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin c.
In case of heavy rains in urban road or extreme precautions to avoid car accidents, respecting speed limits on wet soils and all the lights of the vehicle.