Due to the continued movement of Hurricane Pamela, this Tuesday, October 12, some ports located in the Pacific have had to close, this was communicated by Civil Protection of Mexico through their social media, where they informed that two ports in Baja California will be affected.
These ports are located in Playas de Rosarito and San Felipe, which will remain closed for small vessels and in the case of Rosarito this will also apply for large vessels.
🚩#Boletín #SIATCT. (13:00 h) El #Huracán #Pamela categoría 1 se localiza al suroeste de #Sinaloa.— Protección Civil México (@CNPC_MX) October 12, 2021
📍Se ubica a 430 km al Suroeste de #Mazatlán, #SIN, y a 280 km al sur-sureste de la Península de #BC.
💨 Vientos sostenidos de 130 km/h a 155 km/h
It should be noted that at the moment the danger is low, however, it has been recommended that areas in the path of the hurricane take precautions such as protecting windows with adhesive tape and to avoid littering.
This recommendation is not for Baja California and its municipalities, since this state is not in the path of the hurricane, the only effects derived from this natural phenomenon are the strong gusts of winds and the closures of the ports previously mentioned.
⚠️@SEMAR_mx informa cierre de #puertos 🚧 en el #Pacífico Mexicano. 🌊 (13:00h)— Protección Civil México (@CNPC_MX) October 12, 2021
•#Sonora: Puerto Peñasco
•#BajaCaliforniaSur: Cabo San Lucas, San José del Cabo, Los Barriles@laualzua
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