MEXICO HURRICANE SEASON

Tropical depression "Dos-E" in the Mexican Pacific evolved this Monday afternoon into the tropical storm "Blanca" off the coast of Jalisco, informed the National Meteorological Service. At 16:00 hours (central Mexico) "Blanca" was moving at 24 kilometers per hour, had maximum sustained winds of 75 km/h, with gusts of 95 km/h, and was located 840...

Weather forecasts are showing the arrival of instability in the upper levels of the troposphere to our country, associated with an Isolated High-Level Depression (DANA). Its influence in combination with a convergence zone of surface humidity, and the proximity of the monsoon trough to the south of Mexico, will cause thunderstorms that could...

On Thursday, rains fell in some parts of Mexico, especially in Jalisco. This was due to the fact that, according to the National Meteorological Service (SMN), cold front 55 remains stationary to the north of the Gulf of Mexico, which favors the entrance of humidity and favors rainfall from Tamaulipas to Tabasco. Also, a line of low pressure and...

The Atlantic Ocean hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30. Although weather events have been recorded outside these months, the greatest concentration occurs during this period. Prior to their onset, leading forecasters in the United States anticipate their number and magnitude. After 2020 in which all historical records were broken,...

The Gulf of Mexico is a shared ecosystem. The problems and solutions are the responsibility of Mexico and the United States in open collaboration. For the past 25 years, living on the Gulf Coast has meant dealing with spring flooding in the United States and summer-fall flooding in Mexico.

More than two million hectares were affected this year by the drought in the north of the country. While in the south came the rains and also the hurricane season. The Civil Protection System sends informative bulletins to take precautions and inform in a timely manner about the influence of these meteors in the Gulf of Mexico, the Pacific, and...

Hurricane Douglas, the first of the Pacific season, gained strength in the last hours to reach category 3 as it continues its route to Hawaii, where it could impact in a few days, reported Thursday the National Meteorological Service of Mexico.