Sinaloa.- The tropical storm Pamela It is located south-southwest of Manzanillo, Colima, threatening the coasts of the state of Sinaloa, where it is forecast to make landfall. When will “Pamela” make landfall in Sinaloa? and where? We will answer these questions below, according to information from the National Water Commission (Conagua).
According to National Meteorological Service (SMN), tonight the tropical storm Pamela will cause very heavy rains (from 50 to 75 millimeters) in Colima, Jalisco, Michoacán and Nayarit; heavy (25 to 50 millimeters) in Durango, Guerrero and Sinaloa, as well as showers with showers (5 to 25 millimeters) in the center of the country. The rains will be with electric shocks and possible hail.
Conagua reported that on the afternoon of Monday, October 11, tropical storm Pamela could intensify to a category 1 hurricane, generating very strong punctual rains in Jalisco, Nayarit and Sinaloa.
On Tuesday, October 12, the SMN predicts that tropical storm Pamela will intensify to a category 2 hurricane around 1:00 p.m. central Mexico and will be located southwest of the things of Nayarit and southern Baja California Sur, with displacement towards the west-northwest towards the coast of Sinaloa, specifically between Mazatlán and Culiacán.
When will “Pamela” make landfall in Sinaloa?
According to the forecast of the National Water Commission, the tropical storm Pamela, already converted into a category 2 hurricane at 1:00 p.m. central Mexico on Wednesday, October 13, would be 150 kilometers south of Altata, Navolato, (Between Mazatlán and Culiacán) where it would be making landfall during the afternoon and night towards the north of Mexico, already as low remaining pressure.
What havoc would “Pamela” leave in Sinaloa?
Sinaloa, shortly after declaring a State of Emergency in southern municipalities due to the passage of tropical storm Nora, it may have to face a category 2 hurricane.
At 19:00 hours this Sunday “Pamela” is located 430 kilometers south-southwest of Manzanillo, Colima., And 830 kilometers south of Mazatlan, Sinaloa. The tropical storm presents maximum sustained winds of 75 kilometers per hour, gusts of 95 kilometers per hour.
The National Water Commission urged citizens to take extreme precautions due to rain, wind and waves (including maritime navigation) and to comply with the recommendations issued by the Civil Protection authorities.
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If ‘Pamela’ makes landfall in Sinaloa as a category 2 hurricane, it could generate heavy rains with electric shocks, winds that could cause floods, landslides, power cuts, road closures and highways (some continue to be damaged after the passage of Storm Nora ), as well as the closure to maritime navigation.