The Chihuahua State Coordination for Civil Protection reports that on Tuesday 29, historical levels of rain were recorded in Juárez, Ocampo, Guerrero, Bocoyna, and Morelos; as well as in the city of Chihuahua, where it is expected that they will be between 5 and 25 mm of accumulation on the following hours.
On Tuesday, June 29, generalized showers of rain registered historical records in Ciudad Juárez, Ocampo, Guerrero, Bocoyna, and Chihuahua, reported the State Coordination of Civil Protection (CEPC).
The agency indicated that the forecast will be extended to Wednesday 30, with rainfall of between 50 to 75 mm accumulation, in Bocoyna, Maguarichi, Guachochi, Guadalupe and Calvo, Balleza and Moris, as well as from 5 to 25 mm in municipalities such as Ciudad Juárez and Chihuahua.
Similarly, he announced that this Monday 28, some of the highest accumulations of rainfall were recorded in (millimeters): Juárez 38.6, Chínipas 32.2, Balleza 30.8, Chihuahua 22.2.
These rains caused by the passage of Hurricane Enrique along the Mexican Pacific coast bring invaluable benefits for agriculture and livestock in the state of Chihuahua, which had been going through a very intense drought for months.
Dam levels are also recovering in the state.
Source: El Heraldo de Chihuahua