Tropical storm “Dolores” will make landfall in Sinaloa over the weekend


State Civil Protection will strengthen its presence in Rosario, Escuinapa, Mazatlán and Concordia

Sinaloa.- The Tropical Depression Four-E is convirtirá in the tropical storm ” Dolores ” and is expected to leave affectations in his step by Sinaloa during the weekend.


The director of state Civil Protection, Francisco Vega, explained that the entrance of “Dolores” to Escuinapa will be with winds of up to 85 kilometers per hour and by June 21, it could be more towards the center, impacting Culiacán and Navolato, already again as a tropical depression.


He indicated that the possibility of rainfall is up to 150 liters per square meter for Sunday and Monday and regarding the waves that could be generated, he said that they do not have a precise estimate, however, the impact it has had on Guerrero is up to four meters.

On the trajectory that the tropical depression 4-E still has, he explained that it is 345 kilometers from Acapulco, Guerrero, moving west-northwest, with sustained winds of 55 kilometers per hour up to 75 kilometers per hour.

He commented that the emergency operating committee of the state civil protection council has already met, which was attended by authorities from Conagua, National Guard, Navy, Sedena, Red Cross, DIF System, Welfare Delegation, Sepyc. At the same time, they notified the town halls and directors of municipal Civil Protection to also activate the municipal committees.

” So that in the next few hours preventive and preparation measures are taken to safeguard the citizens of each of the municipalities, ” he mentioned.

Vega Meza, reported that they will strengthen the presence of state and municipal Civil Protection in Rosario, Escuinapa, Mazatlán, and Concordia, and pay attention to the rainfall in Culiacán.

He added that temporary shelters have already been established, where people who consider they have a greater risk of damage, approach the municipal authorities to move to a safe point.


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