Part of the roof at the old Sidra Pino bottling plant in the Santiago neighborhood collapsed Tuesday. Although damage is not visible from the street, authorities said a south-facing exterior wall is teetering as well.
The Atlantic’s 2017 hurricane season, which in April was forecast to be quiet, is now expected to be more active than normal.
The region’s rainy season kicks off with perhaps three days of scattered thunder storms.
The fishermen feared lost at sea have been rescued, regional port captain Bernardo Crespo Silva reported today.
At least four fishermen have been missing since a surprisingly powerful storm hammered the state Thursday afternoon.
Thursday’s winds affected a large part of the state, toppling trees and billboards, all because of what fishermen call the cordonazo de la Santa Cruz.
The north coast of the Yucatán Peninsula will be hit with the first norte of the 2016-2017 season.
The Gulf of Mexico is about to break its record for being hurricane-free.
Much-anticipated rain is back, and by tomorrow it may become more intense, bringing with it lightning and strong winds with gusts up to 55 mph.
Nature’s gifts to us all on Christmas are coming…