A red and yellow warning has been extended for another 24 hours in Honduras

San Pedro Sula

The sectors of Islas de la Bahía, Cortés, Santa Bárbara and Copán will continue for 24 hours below Red alertThis was announced today National Risk and Contingency Management Secretariat (Kobeko)

Meanwhile, the rest of the country will continue under Yellow alert. Thousands of people are affected due to continuous rains.

The warning will be in effect from 5pm today, Tuesday. In addition, the municipalities of El Progreso, Santa Rita and El Negrito in the Department of Yoro; For Ramal del Tigre in Dela, Atlantis, be on red alert. The flood of Uluwa and Chamalegaon rivers They are constantly increasing.

Next Monday, November 13, 2023 in the afternoon, a hurricane may develop off the coast of Honduras.

This was confirmed by the Center for Atmospheric, Oceanic and Seismic Studies (Cenas) to Diario LA PRENSA.

“It’s a system that can become a tropical storm and then a hurricane,” he explained. Walter Aguilar, Xenas expert.

Similarly, the event is unlikely to become a cyclone till next Monday afternoon, he added.

“We’re monitoring it, but we can’t know what size it will be because it hasn’t even made wind,” Aguilar said.

This phenomenon is strengthening to the north Cabo de Gracias and Dios.

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