Martin Patiño Segura
Guadalajara / 08.26.2021 21:26:28
Faced with the imminent passage through the coasts of Jalisco of the tropical storm ‘Nora’, the State Unit of Civil Protection and Firefighters of Jalisco, met with authorities from the three levels of government to take the appropriate measures and prevent the population.
Well, the center of the meteor is expected to pass parallel to our coasts as a hurricane in the next 48 hours.
So that The state emergency and civil protection committee of the state held an extraordinary meeting in order to carry out inter-institutional coordination before the arrival of the tropical storm ‘Nora’, to the Jalisco coast.
And, the meteor went from a tropical depression to a tropical storm and, according to the forecasts, it is expected that, By noon this Saturday, the center of ‘Nora’ passes in parallel along our coasts already like a hurricane, bringing with it strong winds exceeding 80 kilometers per hour and heavy rains, mainly for the municipalities that make up the Jalisco coast such as Cihuatlán, La Huerta, Tomatlán, Cabo Corrientes and Puerto Vallarta.
For this reason, the state unit will deploy a prevention operation made up of 60 officers from the regional headquarters of Cihuatlán, El Grullo and Guadalajara in order to carry out evacuation work in the towns that could be affected after the passage of this hydrometeorological phenomenon.
In addition, surveillance will be maintained in the channels, dams and streams of the municipalities of Talpa de Allende, Villa Purificación, Casimiro Castillo, Cuautitlán de García Barragán, San Sebastián del Oeste, Mascota Atenguillo, Cuautla, Ayutla, Autlán de Navarro, Tuxcacuesco and Tolimán.
The state government, through the state unit, urges the population to stay informed through official channels, as well as for the coastal population You are invited to be aware of the continuous messages that are transmitted through the 27 horns of the warning system for tsunamis and cyclones not to cross rivers and streams maximum during the present storm.