This Wednesday, the first winter storm of the season

Alejandra Margarita Méndez Girón, coordinator of the National Meteorological Service (SMN), reported that the formation of the first winter storm is expected, which could begin to affect the national territory on Wednesday night, causing a drop in temperature over the northwest and north of the country.

“Winter storms are low pressure systems associated with a large drop in temperature and can cause rains associated with the influence of humid air from the Pacific, as well as the jet stream., this situation can cause the first snowfalls in northern Baja California, Sonora, Chihuahua, Sinaloa and Durango”, He indicated.

During the weekly session of the Technical Committee for the Operation of Hydraulic Works (CTOOH), headed by Conagua, Méndez Girón said that there is also a probability of falling snow or snow in the Sierra de San Pedro Mártir, strong winds in the northwest and north of the country and rains in the northwest and the Baja California Peninsula.

Regarding the Cold Fronts Season 2021-2022, he stressed that 10 of the 56 systems planned for this cycle have been developed.

He also explained that the 2021 tropical cyclone season will end on November 30.. He also indicated that 19 systems have been developed in the Pacific Ocean out of the 14 to 20 predicted for this time. Meanwhile, in the Atlantic Ocean there have been 21 of the 15 to 20 predicted phenomena.

The National Meteorological Service (SMN) of Conagua reported that From October 1 to November 22, 2021, it rained 6.4 percent less than the historical average for the same period.

Meanwhile, from January 1 to November 21 there has been 4.1 percent more rain than the national historical sheet for this period.

About the maximum temperatures, those above 35 degrees Celsius were recorded in specific areas of the Pacific coast, without breaking any record.

In contrast, the minimums, between -0.5 and 0 degrees Celsius, were observed in Chihuahua and Durango, without exceeding any historical figure.