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Potential Tropical Cyclone Alberto to maintain rain in Yucatán this Wednesday 

- June 18, 2024

Although the potential Tropical Cyclone Alberto is moving away from the Peninsula, rains will continue in Yucatán, although with less intensity. 

As the potential Tropical Cyclone Alberto moves away from the Peninsula towards Tamaulipas, rains will persist in Yucatán during this Wednesday, June 19th. 

The forecast from the National Meteorological Service (SMN) indicates that strong rains along with wind gusts of 70 to 90 km/h will continue and possible formation of waterspouts. 

These effects are expected to continue, but now caused by a monsoon trough that will extend over the Southeast and South of the country and will interact with a new low-pressure area with cyclonic development potential in the Gulf of Mexico, maintaining intense to torrential rain over the Yucatán Peninsula.

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