A tornado struck the municipality of San Carlos in Tamaulipas, Mexico, on Sunday, May 24, 2020.
Prior to the storm's formation, the National Water Commission warned of tornado and rains with gusts exceeding 70 km/h (43 mph) in the states of Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, and Coahuila.
Authorities have yet to disclose whether there was material damage or injuries.
Earlier this month, tornadoes ripped through Nuevo Leon and Chihuahua, resulting in two fatalities, five injuries, and extensive damage to properties.
En las próximas 3 horas, continuarán registrándose #Lluvias muy fuertes acompañadas de #DescargasEléctricas, #Granizadas, rachas de #Viento superiores a 70 km/h y posible formación de #Tornados en zonas de #Coahuila, #NuevoLeón y #Tamaulipas pic.twitter.com/lemfH1jcFH
— CONAGUA Clima (@conagua_clima) May 25, 2020
— CONAGUA Clima (@conagua_clima) May 27, 2020
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