The Secretariat of Civil Protection announced that the Pacific coast from Chiapas to Jalisco is under a high-wave alert, so he asked the citizens to follow the recommendations issued by local authorities in order to stay safe.
The current situation could cause waves of 1.5 to 2.5 meters, which occurs mainly during the months of May to November, with long and continuous waves generated by the summer tropical storms that are common this time of the year.
The natural phenomenon can cause waves up to 10 meters high, sea level rise, swells, and beach erosion due to flooding.
Citizens are asked to avoid walking on the beach, remove and safeguard small boats, do not perform water sports, avoid swimming in the sea, respect the instructions of lifeguards and Civil Protection.
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