Severe flash floods hit southern Mexico

Low pressure area related to remnants of Hurricane Julia brings heavy rain to southern Mexico

A small area of low pressure, partially related to remnants of Hurricane “Julia” formed about 160 km (100 miles) south of the coast of southern Mexico. The system is dropping heavy rainfall over southern parts of the country and causing severe flash flooding.

Environmental conditions are marginally favorable for some additional development of this system through the end of this week, as long as it remains offshore.

Regardless of development, heavy rainfall could cause flash flooding across portions of southern Mexico during the next several days, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) warns.

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Low pressure area related to remnants of Hurricane Julia 2240z october 11 2022
Image credit: NOAA/GOES-East, RAMMB/CIRA, The Watchers. Acquired at 22:40 UTC on October 11, 2022

The formation chance over the next 48 hours is low at 20%.

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References:

1 Tropical Weather Outlook – NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL – 1100 PM PDT Tue Oct 11 2022

Featured image credit: NOAA/GOES-East, RAMMB/CIRA, The Watchers. Acquired at 22:40 UTC on October 11, 2022

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