PUERTO VALLARTA (PVDN) - June, typically the start of Mexico's rainy season, has instead made history as the country's hottest month since records began, with temperatures soaring past 50 degrees Celsius due to an unforgiving heatwave. This has led to severe droughts in various regions across the country and has had severe implications on public health.
The National Meteorological Service (SMN) confirmed that the month's soaring temperatures, which peaked at 50.2 degrees, surpassed any ever recorded in the country's history, marking a grim milestone for the nation.
This sweltering heat is . . .