90% chance of new tropical storm forming off the coast of Jalisco in the next 24-hours

The National Weather Service monitors two low-pressure zones located in the Pacific Ocean; the first, with a 90 percent (%) chance to evolve into a tropical cyclone in the 48-hour forecast was located approximately 470 kilometers (km) southwest of Cabo Corrientes, Jalisco, and is moving northwest at 16 km/h.

There is a second zone of low pressure developing in the south that could intensify and be an area of concern for the Pacific Coast next week.

The weather forecasts for this Thursday indicate that there will be intense rains (from 75 to 150 . . .

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