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Mini Tornado Injures 3 In Playa Del Carmen

Beachgoers were shocked on Sunday afternoon after a mini tornado passed through the La Martina beach club on Coco Beach, Playa Del Carmen. Three individuals were left with minor injuries, as a result of the wind picking up pieces of beach furniture and throwing them back onto the sand. Both city workers who were clearing …

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Flooding In Cancun As Hurricane Agatha Turns Into A Category 2

More Rain Expected As The Storm Moves Inland Cancun experienced some minor flooding this week as Hurricane Agatha grew from a Category One storm into a Category two. Further rain and intense wind are expected further in the week. Agatha is the first named storm of the season and had developed in the Pacific over …

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Hurricane Agatha Puts Cancun On Weather Alert

First hurricane of the season isn’t likely to cause damage Cancun and the rest of Quintana Roo have been placed on a weather alert in anticipation of Hurricane Agatha. Agatha is the first hurricane to hit Mexico this season. Weather stations have been keeping track of a pressure system moving east across the Pacific Ocean …

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Cold Front And Rain Moving Through Cancun This Weekend

There will be a cold front moving through Cancun this weekend that is going to bring rain and cold temperatures. According to the Mexico National Meteorological Service, the cold spell began yesterday, as the front moved over the Gulf of Mexico and the Yucatan Peninsula. Throughout the presence of the cold front, extremely heavy rains are …

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Cold Front Derails Tourists’ Activities In Cancun 

The 29th cold front of the year heavily affected nautical activity in Cancun and Cozumel over the weekend. The harbor master in Cancun issued a warning on Saturday recommending that vessels under 40 feet in length restrain themselves from leaving their respective docks. For tourists, this effectively meant that most catamaran, and snorkeling trips particularly …

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Cold Weather and Omicron Impacting Travelers In Cancun

Perfect Storm Of Winter Temperatures And COVID Restrictions Affecting Cancun Tourists Winter storms working their way through the US and Canada are impacting Cancun and the greater Quintana Roo region. Flight cancellations and colder weather combing with COVID could cause some issues for those hoping to head to the popular destination this week. The Mexican …

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Cancun Experiences Blackout And Rare Hail Storm

The severe weather conditions which have swept the U.S. and caused disruptions in the power grid have stretched their reach to Mexico, with Cancun also reported to suffer from blackouts. The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) has released a report stating that in Cancun, service of electricity was temporarily suspended in at least five regions. The …

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