ALBERTO AZCARATE VARELA
THE BAJA POST/NEWSROOM
Tropical storm “Cristina” will affect several Pacific Coast states in Mexico, with heavy storms. The meteorological phenomenon is located at 590 kilometers (about 370 miles) southwest from Punta San Telmo, Michoacán and 615 (about 380 miles) kilometers south-southwest from Manzanillo, Colima, and that’s the reason that people need to keep updated about this meteorological phenomenon, because it will probably have the potential to become a hurricane around July 09 2020.
According the Water National Commission (CONAGUA) “Cristina” will present maximum winds of 75 kilometers per hour and gust of winds of around 95 kilometers (60 miles) per hour, and it has a west- northeast speed trajectory of about 20 kilometers (12 miles) per hour.
Cristina’s passing thru will bring very strong to intense storms in Mexico’s west coast. CONAGUA is advising to be cautious in these states because there will be strong winds, storms and very high tides (it includes all boat activities) and keep track of authorities notices and National Civil Protection bureau warnings.