Heavy Rains and Strong Winds Forecast for Mexico

A strong low-pressure system is expected to bring heavy rains and strong winds to several states in Mexico over the next 24 hours. Heavy rainfalls of 150-250 mm are forecasted for regions of Nuevo León, San Luis Potosí, Tamaulipas, and Veracruz. Intense rainfalls of 75-150 mm are expected in zones of Campeche, Chiapas, Colima, Hidalgo, […]

 Low-Pressure Area Forming Tonight to Bring More Rain to Yucatán

The National Hurricane Center has confirmed that a broad area of low pressure will form tonight in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico, specifically in the Bay of Campeche. This type of phenomenon previously led to Tropical Storm “Alberto.” This new low-pressure system has a significant chance of developing into a tropical depression within the next […]

Women Could Head Two New CFE Plants in Yucatán

The participation of women in Mexico’s energy sector is increasing, although it still faces significant challenges, as revealed at the “Women in Energy” forum held during the Third Edition of the Peninsular Electrical Expo organized by the Yucatecan Association of Electric Constructors (AYCE). Statistics presented at the event show a mixed picture. On the one […]

Armed Attack: 6,000 Passports Stolen, Intended for Yucatán and Other States 

On June 19, the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs (SRE) experienced the theft of 6,177 blank passport booklets destined for consular offices in Yucatán, Quintana Roo, Tabasco, Tlaxcala, and Veracruz. These booklets were ready to be filled with data from new passport applicants. The incident occurred during an armed attack on the Mexico-Veracruz highway.  Criminal groups […]

Rescue of 101-Year-Old Missing Man in Yucatán: A Remarkable Unanimity

Early Wednesday morning, 101-year-old Don Idelfonso Domínguez Cano, who had been reported missing the previous day, was found. The gathered information indicates that, following his granddaughter América Maricruz’s report of his disappearance, Don Ildefonso was located approximately one and a half kilometers from where he was last seen. He was sitting on a rock, with […]

Potential Tropical Cyclone Alberto to maintain rain in Yucatán this Wednesday 

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 […]

More than 50 schools in Yucatán begin an indefinite labor strike 

Teachers in Yucatán have once again started protests to demand an increase, now regarding their end-of-year bonus.  More than 50 primary schools entered an indefinite labor strike today seeking dialogue with the State Government, while this morning representatives from each educational committee marched from San Juan park to the Government Palace.  The movement’s representative, Lilia […]