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On Friday 19th there will be a winter storm and the CDMX will freeze these days: MAPA of affected areas

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Everything seems to indicate what this is Navidad We will be celebrating with our well-organized families and with a warm ponche. And this is what the authorities of the country have come to know that in the next few days the news of the front number 19 is expected with a winter storm which will have many consequences states of the Republic. We’ll tell you what it’s about.

It is important to point out that this is the case meteorological phenomenon occurs in the middle of the alerts that the authorities of the City of Mexico (CDMX) they wanted to emit in the capital of the country due to the lowest temperatures recorded in some demarcations. Therefore, do not forget to take these precautions such as drinking well, such as fruits containing vitamins A and C as well as drinking enough water.

Following reading:

Front Frío, what is and how to train us?

Possible storage and cold counters in various states for fresh air mass

When will you come in on the 19th?

The new front page number 19 will give rise to a possible winter storm. Credits: Cuartoscuro/archive.

Based on the 96 hour extended forecast from the National Meteorological Service (SMN), the next day will be November 21st when the new front number 19 will give rise to a possible winter storm. That’s it, the second half of this time.

Bear in mind that the storm will approach the Baja California peninsula and finally the skies will enter this part of the country. In this sense, by Saturday it will travel towards the north of Mexico, generating climatic effects in various states of the Republic.

MAP: What states will affect Frente Frío 19?

The cold fronts manifest themselves with low temperatures and heavy rains. Credits: Cuartoscuro/archive.

Due to the entrance of the new meteorological phenomenon, various entities of the country will tend to have climatic effects such as a decrease in its temperatures, hot winds, storms and rains. The following entities include the following:

  • Baja California
  • Sound
  • Chihuahua
  • Sinaloa
  • Durango

How will I do the front frío 19 at the CDMX?

Capital authorities have recommended using three rope caps. Credits: Cuartoscuro/archive.

Based on the information that has been shared SMN wait for the moment, if you hope for the medicine of the 22nd of December and the 23rd of Saturday, the City of Mexico keep minimum temperatures between 0 and 5 degrees. In this sense, it is very probable that the prevention alerts issued by the capital authorities that contemplate recommendations such as the ones that you continue:

  • Use at least three strands of clothing
  • Hydrate your skin
  • Keep the ventilation adequate for using heaters and chimeneas

What is a fresh front and how many people register this year?

In Mexico, more than 58 young people are registered per year. Credits: Cuartoscuro/archive.

Let us record that according to the official information, the words “frentes frios” refer to the front part of a polar air mass. In terms of land, we are trying to perceive the heat, strong winds, intense rains and high oils in the places where we play by the average temperature drop.

In our country we are looking for registration 58 frentes frios in the middle of the year. Hey, most of us happen in the winter. Indeed, with the information given to know by the authorities, the months with the greatest impact of these phenomena are those that are between September and May.

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