Today’s Weather: Hurricane Genevieve: From Tropical Storm to Category 4 Hurricane

Today’s weather Cause heavy rains in Oaxaca, Guerrero, Michoacn, Colima and Jalisco

Genevieve goes from a tropical storm to a category 2 hurricane @conagua_clima

This Tuesday, August 18, Hurricane Genevieve strengthened and is already considered category 4, therefore, it is expected to cause strong winds in Baja California and the southwestern United States. Meteorologists predict that This natural phenomenon passes through that area on the night of August 19 and they estimate that it does not touch land.

He National Weather Service announced last Monday, August 17, that Tropical Storm Genevieve became a Category 2 hurricane and from that moment on, heavy rains were expected in various states of the Mexican Republic.

The entities most affected by intense rainfall will be Oaxaca, Guerrero, Michoacn, Colima, Jalisco and Nayarit.

Genevieve is located 330 kilometers south-southwest of Manzanillo, Colima and 820 kilometers southeast of Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur.

In addition, it will present gusts of 155 kilometers per hour and with a west-northwest displacement at 28Km / h. It should be noted that during the anticipated storms, electric shocks and hailstorms.

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At first, Genevieve was expected to become a category 2 hurricane on August 18, but it was earlier this Monday night, so it could be category 4 tomorrow and not Wednesday the 19th. The tropical storm will return until August 22, when you are near Baja California.

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