The interaction between the Cold Front 13 and the cloudiness associated with the cloud bands of the Hurricane “Iota”, will cause torrential punctual rains in areas of Veracruz (south and central mountainous area) and Oaxaca (north), as well as strong to intense in southeastern Mexico and in the Yucatan Peninsula.
This was reported by National Meteorological System in his morning report in which he states that due to the rains an increase in river and stream levels is expected, landslides and floods in low areas.
Torrential rains are expected south of Veracruz and in its central mountainous area and north of Oaxaca.
Intense rains in Puebla, Tabasco and Chiapas; forts in Hidalgo and Campeche; showers with rains in Tamaulipas, San Luis Potosí, Querétaro, Yucatán and Quintana Roo, Guerrero and isolated rains in Nuevo León, State of Mexico, Mexico City and Tlaxcala.
At Mexico’s valley Cold environment with frosts at dawn is expected, temperate in the afternoon, skies from partly cloudy to cloudy during the day, with probability for isolated rains.
In the Mexico City se forecasts a maximum temperature of 19 to 21 degrees Celsius and a minimum of 7 to 9 degrees Celsius; and in Toluca, Mexico state, maximum 16 to 18 degrees Celsius and minimum 1 to 3 degrees Celsius.
Hurricane “Iota” remains a category 1 hurricane
Last night, the center of Hurricane “Iota” made landfall as Category 4 hurricane, on the Saffir-Simpson scale, on the northeast coast of Nicaragua near the city of Haulover, approximately 45 kilometers (km) south of Puerto Cabezas, with maximum sustained winds of 250 km / h and gusts of 305 km / h.
This morning “Iota” remains on land as a Category 1 hurricane, approximately 25 km west-northwest of Pía, Nicaragua, and 635 km south-southeast of Puerto Costa Maya, Quintana Roo.
Its wide circulation increases the probability of rain and it generates gusts of wind and waves in Quintana Roo, so it is kept under surveillance.