Hurricane Enrique, a category 1 hurricane, causes several effects on the coastal area of ​​Colima this Sunday.

At 7:00 p.m., the meteor was located 151 kilometers south-southwest of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, and 261 kilometers south-southeast Isla María Madre, Nayarit, causing convective activity, showers and electrical storms.

Videos shared on social networks show the intensity of the waves and floods in Colima.

Enrique is moving north at a speed of 13 kilometers per hour. It presents maximum sustained winds of 148 kilometers per hour, and gusts of 185 km / h.

The hurricane causes rains and high waves in the states of Nayarit, Jalisco, Colima, Michoacán and Guerrero.

For the next 36 hours, the meteor is expected to remain within Category 1 and move towards the north-northwest with a slight approach to the coasts of the central Mexican Pacific (Jalisco and Colima).

As you cross the Revillagigedo Islands, it is expected that it will gradually begin to degrade. Even so, Enrique could reach the southern region of Baja California as a tropical depression.

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