Baja California

Sixth winter storm will bring rain and snow to Baja California this Monday

The region has a rain forecast for this week

Photo by: Composición creada con foto de Ave Calvar Martinez Pexels y de Photo by Daniel Spase on Unsplash

In the extended 96-hour forecast by the National Weather Service (NWS), it is reported that the sixth winter storm of the season, interacting with a new cold front and the dragging of moisture from an atmospheric river, could bring icy weather, snow and even rain to Baja California.

It seems that what many Baja Californians have asked for will finally come. From Monday afternoon until Thursday there will be a sharp drop in temperature over parts of the northwest, north and northeast of the country.

It will be for the night of Monday and the dawn of Tuesday, when the fall of snow or sleet in the mountain ranges of Baja California, Sonora, Durango and Chihuahua could be witnessed.

But this is not all, since the region of Baja California could have isolated rains (0.1 to 5.0 mm) by Monday, January 18, while from Tuesday, January 19 to Thursday, January 21, intervals of showers are expected with strong punctual rains (25 to 50 mm) accompanied by electric discharges and strong gusts of wind during the storms.

Be prepared! During the early morning hours of January 18-21, minimum temperatures of 14 to 23 degrees Fahrenheit with frost are expected in the mountainous areas of the state.

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