Partly cloudy skies, chance of showers for state of Quintana Roo

Based on evaluations of weather information from the National Weather Service, the state of Quintana Roo will continue with remnants of a weak trough (low pressure channel) located on the surface of the southern portion of the Gulf of Mexico.

Tropical Maritime Air will drive moderate moisture from the Caribbean Sea to the Yucatan Peninsula. This channel is causing hot weather, clouds and scattered showers with isolated showers accompanied by electrical activity around the state.

Tropical Wave #12 is located along the Yucatan Peninsula and Guatemala, slowly moving west / northwest. It is causing a lot of area clouds and showers with isolated showers accompanied by electrical activity. This system does not have the necessary conditions to develop into a tropical storm.

Another tropical wave located on the Caribbean Sea just off the eastern portion of the Yucatan Peninsula is moving west. The system is causing clouds and rainfall, but lacks the conditions necessary to develop into a tropical storm.

Local Area Forecast

BENITO JUÁREZ: Cloudy, scattered showers with occasional showers, hot, east and southeast wind 15 to 25 mph with occasional gusts of 45 kph.

COZUMEL: Cloudy to partly cloudy with scattered showers, 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 Temp: 34 to 36 ° C.

Minimum Temp: 24-26 ° C.

Sunrise: 6:18 hrs.
Sunset: 18:57 hrs.

Note: The State Coordination of Civil Protection has issued the following recommendations to the general population:

No sun exposure mainly to 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 drink greater amounts of fluids as well as eating fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C.

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