Gulf and Caribbean ports will be closed due to weather; see in which states

Semar said that ports of the Mexican Gulf and Caribbean will be closed for him weather adverse that is already forecast. Photo: Cuartoscuro.

The Secretary of the Navy (Semar) said that ports of the Mexican Gulf and Caribbean will be closed for him weather adverse that is forecast, both for larger and smaller vessels, according to the National Civil Protection Coordination (CNPC).

In Veracruz, Semar and CNPC limited, larger vessels will not access ports of Coatzacoalcos and Alvarado, while smaller vessels will not access ports of Veracruz, Tuxpan, Coatzacoalcos, Alvarado, Tecolutla, Cazones and Balzapote, because they will be closed.

closed ports for weather

  • The Semar only specified about three affected states
  • The Gulf and Caribbean connect with the Atlantic Ocean

Meanwhile, for the weather, the ports They will also be closed to larger vessels in Frontera, Tabasco, and to smaller vessels in Frontera, Sánchez Magallanes and Villahermosa, Semar and CNPC detailed through a publication on the Twitter account.

Finally, the third affected state is Campeche, since the ports what will they be closed for him weather they are those of Isla Aguada, Palizada, Nuevo Campechito, Sabancuy and Atasta. They are expected to be reopened as soon as the weather permits.

Weather in the Gulf and Caribbean

  • The National Water Commission (Conagua) reported rains in Veracruz
  • There is a low pressure channel in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico, he explained.

Conagua clarified that there will be intervals of showers and strong punctual rains in Veracruz, Oaxaca, Chiapas and Tabasco, and intervals of showers in Puebla, Campeche and Quintana Roo. The closed ports were only indicated for Veracruz, Tabasco Y Campeche.

North component winds will persist with gusts of 50 to 70 kilometers per hour (km/h) on the coast of Veracruz and the Isthmus and Gulf of Tehuantepec. Do not forget to be attentive to indications from the local Civil Protection offices, Conagua recalled.

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