Due to the permanence of the rains in the North and south of the CDMX, as well as the advance of cloud cover associated with them, the Secretariat of Comprehensive Risk Management and Civil Protection (SGIRPC) activated the Yellow Alert for six capital city mayors.

This, indicated the agency, applies to Azcapotzalco, Álvaro Obregón, Cuauhtémoc, Gustavo A. Madero, Miguel Hidalgo and Venustiano Carranza, from 5:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 22:00 hours, where could be generated storms.

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In addition, due to the forecast that rainfall between 15 y 29 mm become generalized for the entire capital territory, the SGIRPC predicted an environment from cool to cold for the next few hours.

In the same way, they recommended to the population the use of umbrellas and raincoats, in addition to taking extreme precautions against the possibility of falling trees, branches, cables or tarps.

They also asked the population to drive carefully to avoid accidents due to water in the streets, as they recalled that heavy rains can cause puddles and water currents in streets and avenues.

Some flooding has already been registered

On the other hand, for a few hours the SGIRPC has already registered at least three puddles caused by the rains, all in the mayor’s office Gustavo A. Madero.

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The first of these, in the Zona Escolar Oriente neighborhood, where Emiliano Zapata and Gabriel Guerra avenues had a 100-meter mirror, with a 20 cm strap, similar to that of Puerto de Mazatlán and Tlaxconcahuatl avenues, in the La Pastora neighborhood, while that in the Atzacoalco neighborhood, on Centenario and Morelos avenues, it had 30 meters of mirror and 15 cm of strap.

Surprise strong winds, rain with hail in Concordia

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