The National Meteorological Service (SMN) shared that for this December 7th it hopes that the front number will change its characteristics, allowing a gradual rise in evening temperatures in much of the country. However, during the night the environment will be kept very cold in the high areas of the north, north, north, center, east and certainly Mexican.
It will be during this day that the front of the 13th will begin to disappear in the Caribbean Sea, starting to affect Mexican territory. On the other hand, a new front from No. 15 will enter the north of the country, producing strong wind rakes and possible tolls in the Peninsula of Baja California and Sonora. While the low-lying channels extend to the interior of the Mexican Republic, in combination with the humid entrance, floods and floods will occur in the northern, eastern, central, western, eastern and eastern areas of Mexico.