66 millimeters of water fell yesterday in Culiacán according to Conagua

66 millimeters of water fell yesterday in Culiacán according to Conagua

Culiacán, Sinaloa.- The rains that fell during the afternoon yesterday night generated an accumulated 66 millimeters of water in Culiacán reported Héctor Aguirre Technical Secretary of the North Pacific Basin Organization of the With water. Right now, 522 cubic meters per second are entering the López Mateos dam, which is quite good because it was at 14.2 percent of its capacity and it was the one with the least water, he explained. 483 cubic meters per second are entering the Huitles dam and 87 cubic meters per second are entering the Sanalona dam. Aguirre considers it very good to have closed July with rains and to open August with precipitations, this month is the rainiest and September is the month of hurricanes. It calls on the population to continue taking care of the water and not to throw garbage in the streets, streams and rivers to prevent blockages and floods to the residents of the rancherías, the call is made that during the fall of rainfall they do not cross the rivers and streams to prevent accidents.

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