Rains and snow or sleet fall are expected in areas of Chihuahua, Coahuila and Nuevo León
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The National Meteorological Service, reported through a statement that the 10th winter storm will cause a very cold to freezing and strong gusts of wind in the northeast, north and northwest of Mexico, during the next hours.
Rains and fall of snow or sleet in Chihuahua, Coahuila Y New Lion, especially in mountain areas.
During this Thursday and tomorrow Friday, the front cold number 36 and its polar air mass will generate strong and intense rains in the southeast of the national territory.
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For the early morning of Friday, February 19, minimum temperatures of -10 to -5 ° C with frosts are expected: mountainous areas of Sonora, New Lion, Tamaulipas, Zacatecas, Guanajuato, State of Mexico and Puebla.
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Climate for the weekend:
During Saturday, the air mass cold associated with front No. 36 will begin to modify its thermal characteristics, causing the gradual weakening of the « North event », however, during the morning and night, a very cold, as well as morning frosts on entities in the north, center and east of the country. As of Sunday, it is forecast that the system will stop affecting the national territory.
During Sunday, a low pressure channel will extend over the northeast and east of the country, causing scattered rains and showers in those regions.
During Sunday a new front cold it will enter and travel through the northwest and north of the Mexican Republic and in interaction with the jet stream will cause strong winds over the mentioned regions. It is expected on Monday that the front and its air mass cold enter the Gulf of Mexico causing « North event », as well as a new drop in temperatures in the northeast and east of the national territory.