Yucatan recorded a minimum temperature of 6 degrees

For the second day in a row, Yucatan woke up with an intense cold reporting a temperature minimum of 6 degrees Celsius in Motul.

As we announced in AmericanPost.News, This Monday the coldest sunrise of this 2022 was recorded, with a minimum of 5 degrees, however, this Tuesday a cold sunrise with a minimum of 6 degrees Celsius was recorded for the second consecutive day.

According to the records we have, Motul was the municipality that registered a minimum of 6 degrees, while Mocochá registered a minimum of 8 degrees and Oxkutzcab registered 9 degrees Celsius.

This Tuesday a minimum of 6 degrees Celsius was recorded. Minimum temperatures are forecast at 13 degrees Celsius this Wednesday in Yucatan.

In addition, other municipalities such as Tizimín and Mérida reported minimums below 10 degrees Celsius.

According to the National Meteorological Service of Conagua, Peto, Ticul, Río Lagartos, Tantakin registered lows between 10.8 and 10 degrees Celsius, while Cantamayec, Muna, Valladolid, Dzilam Bravo reported lows between 11.6 and 11 degrees Celsius.

Yucatan will record minimum temperatures at 10 degrees

Minimum temperatures are forecast at 13 degrees Celsius this Wednesday in Yucatan.

Despite the fact that Yucatan recorded a cold dawn, it is expected that during the day maximum temperatures will be reached between 24 and 29 degrees Celsius, however, the thermometer is expected to drop to 19 degrees Celsius again at night and a sunrise is expected. between 8 and 13 degrees Celsius.

For his part, the meteorologist Juan Antonio Palma issued his forecast for this Tuesday, January 18, in the city of Mérida, which establishes a maximum of 27 degrees Celsius during the day and a minimum of 18 degrees Celsius at night, however, it is expected that in the areas with the most vegetation, minimum temperatures of up to 12 degrees Celsius are expected and winds are forecast in a north-northeast direction with a speed of 10 to 15 kilometers per hour.

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