Onda de calor sigue; esperan más de 40 grados en estos estados

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El Servicio Meteorológico Nacional (SMN) informó que se mantendrá la onda de calor en varios estados del país.

Se prevén temperaturas superiores a los 40 grados en:

· Sinaloa

· Nayarit

· Jalisco

· Michoacán

· Morelos

· Guerrero

· Oaxaca

De 35 a 40 grados en los estados de:

· Baja California Sur

· Sonora

· Colima

· Nuevo León

· Tamaulipas

· San Luis Potosí

· Veracruz

· Tabasco

· Chiapas

· Campeche

· Yucatán

· Quintana Roo

Temperaturas mínimas de 0 a -5 grados en las regiones montañosas de:

· Chihuahua

· Durango

De 0 a 5 grados en las sierras de:

· Baja California

· Sonora

· Zacatecas

· San Luis Potosí

· Estado de México

· Tlaxcala (con posibilidad de lluvias aisladas)

· Puebla (con posibilidad de lluvias aisladas)

Lluvias aisladas con actividad eléctrica en:

· Chihuahua

· Coahuila

· Nuevo León

· Tamaulipas

· Michoacán

· Estado de México

· Ciudad de México

En la capital del país dominará el ambiente caluroso, fresco durante la noche y madrugada.Además se espera una temperatura máxima de 30 grados. Así como vientos del sureste de 15 a 30 km/h.

First published on April 22, 2019 / 3:26 PM

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