The National Water Commission (Conagua) informed that at 15:00 hours, central Mexico time, 'Adrian', the first tropical storm of the season in the Pacific basin, developed from a low-pressure zone.
It was located approximately 430 kilometers southwest of Punta San Telmo, Michoacán, and 450 km south-southwest of Manzanillo, Colima, with maximum sustained winds of 75 kilometers per hour, gusts of 95 km/h and displacement towards the west, at 24 km/h.
The first tropical storm will produce heavy to very heavy rains in regions of Colima, Guerrero, Jalisco, and Michoacán, as well as wind gusts of 40 to 60 km/h with swells of 1 to 3 meters in height along the coasts of Colima, Jalisco, and Michoacán.
The most intense precipitations could be with electrical discharges, strong gusts of wind, windstorms, and hailstorms, as well as generate landslides, increase in river and stream levels, overflows, and floods in low areas of the mentioned states, so the population of the mentioned states is urged to heed the warnings of the National Meteorological Service and follow the recommendations of the state authorities and Civil Protection.
Last May, Conagua said that the first tropical cyclone to occur in the Pacific would be called "Adrian". Also that up to 11 tropical storms are expected, in addition to hurricanes.
Conagua issued recommendations for the inhabitants, such as extreme precautions for the population in general in the areas of the mentioned states due to rain, wind, and waves (including maritime navigation) and to attend the recommendations issued by the authorities of the National Civil Protection System, in each entity.