Tropical Storm Lorena could leave heavy rains in Puerto Vallarta starting Thursday, so the storm is being monitored in the area, as reported by the meteorologist at the University Center of the Coast, Victor Manuel Cornejo López.
The morning report Tuesday indicated that two more cyclones were developing and at this time there is also a hurricane, “Kiko”, which is the strongest but does not represent any danger offshore heading away from Mexico’s coastline.
Lorena is predicted to get very close to the coast and a tropical storm alert has been applied by the federal government from Ixtapa, Zihuatanejo to Cabo Corrientes.
“Lorena” is not predicted to become a hurricane and the proximity of this with the Sierra Madre del Sur will keep it from developing further. The storm could bring rains to Puerto Vallarta late Thursday and Friday as it passes off the coast, however, landfall isn’t expected.