The tide is rising until this time on Wednesday night and the Tulum-Punta Allen coastal road continues to "rip" a section after the Boca Paila bridge. According to Canal 10 and locals and Civil Protection authorities, there is concern that so much rain is already affecting the Tulum-Boca Paila coastal road, and the tide is expected to go out, as the Caribbean Sea waters are already lashing against the road.

"There is a concern since there are only about five steps of road left, plus only one small vehicle can pass," says one resident of the area. According to Civil Protection authorities, they are already in the area and have noted that the sea has already joined the lagoon, at a point near the bridge, where there is an enormous amount of sargassum crossing at the moment.