Climate experts consider September to be the most active month of the Pacific hurricane season, and the first day of September did not disappoint.
The start of the month in Mexico will kick off with Tropical Storm Javier followed by another storm soon after, perhaps the most worrying for Puerto Vallarta if the forecast holds.
Regarding Tropical Storm Javier, “The system’s cloud belt enhances the conditions for heavy rainfall (from 75 to 150 mm). [mm]) very strong in the region of Durango (50 to 75 mm), very strong in the regions of Baja California Sur, Jalisco, Michoacán, Nayarit, Sinaloa, Sonora (25 to 50 mm), and in Colima and Zacatecas” National Water Commission to (Konagua).
Similarly, Conagua forecasts gusts of 60-70 km/h in Jalisco and Nayarit. Waves up to 50-60 km/h in Baja California Sur, Colima and Sinaloa and up to 4 meters on the coast of Baja California Sur, Colima, Jalisco, Michoacan, Nayarit and Sinaloa.
Officials urged residents to remain vigilant as high waves, rain and strong winds combined to raise water levels in rivers and streams and potentially trigger landslides and floods.
“Residents are urged to heed the warnings of the National Weather Service, the National Water Board and follow the instructions of state, local government and civil protection authorities.”
The warning has been extended to sea navigation as well, mainly due to the wind and waves, to extreme caution. No alerts have been issued so far, but weather conditions may present a hazard.
A second storm off Mexico’s southern coast is expected to intensify in the next few days, impacting Puerto Vallarta on Monday, September 5 and Tuesday, September 6, and coming close to the coastline. .
If the second storm develops into a tropical storm, it is expected to occur over the weekend and is named Kay. A better forecast of potential tropical storm cay developments and track conditions is available on his PVDN on Saturday.
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