"Xavier" gets weak at low pressure and moves away from the Mexican coast



The National Meteorological Service (SMN) "Xavier" was reduced at low pressure in the Pacific Ocean.

The low pressure moves away from the Mexican coasts and is located 235 kilometers southwest of Cabo Corrientes, Jalisco, with a wind of 75 kilometers per hour and at a speed of 95 kilometers per hour and moving west to the northwest.

However, its circulation will be in favor of the potential of rain, wind and waves in the coast of western Mexico, said SMN.

Jalisco predict strong storms, rains with showers in the Nayarit and Colima areas and 50 km per hour (km / h) and two to three meter waves on the coasts of Jalisco, Colima and Michoacán

Due to recent rainfall, the earth is saturated, especially in the Pacific Ocean, from Sinaloa to Chiapas, and the body of the National Water Commission (Conagua) has encouraged the population to take extraordinary precautions.

He also recommended that he take into account the call by the authorities of the national civil protection system because, as the earthworms continue, landslides may occur, landslides, spillages of rivers and streams or impacts on roads and road sections and floods in lower areas and urban areas.



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