When will Hurricane Beryl reach Mexico?

When will Hurricane Beryl reach Mexico? This is a question that many people in Mexico are asking themselves.

Meanwhile, Hurricane Beryl is advancing through the Caribbean Sea as a powerful hurricane 5 after making landfall Monday morning on Carriacou Island, Grenada, in the Grenadines region.

But when will Hurricane Beryl make landfall in Mexico? Beryl’s track appears near Jamaica, as of this writing, which is bracing for the hurricane’s potentially deadly winds and storm surge.

According to the latest official forecasts from the National Hurricane Center (NHC), the center of Beryl will make landfall on Wednesday in southern Jamaica.

Previously, the NHC expected the center to pass just south of the island. With this change, the impact on the Jamaican population is expected to increase.

Next, Hurricane Beryl is expected to impact the Cayman Islands on Thursday. A hurricane warning has already been issued there.


When will Hurricane Beryl reach Mexico?

Haiti and the Dominican Republic are not directly in Beryl’s path, but may be impacted by the cyclone.

In fact, the Emergency Operations Center (COE) in the Dominican Republic increased the alerts for the passage of Beryl: Barahona and Pedernales are on red alert, which corresponds to when a phenomenon has a high probability of affecting an area, while nine other provinces are on yellow alert and 10 are on green alert.

But when will Hurricane Beryl reach Mexico?

Mexico’s National Meteorological Service reported on Monday, when Beryl strengthened to a category 5 hurricane, that “for the moment it does not represent danger to Mexican territory”.

There is greater uncertainty in the path forecast beyond this Thursday, July 4, with no consensus in the models on location and intensity.

In general, additional weakening is expected as it approaches the Yucatan Peninsula later this week.

According to the current track as of Tuesday, by Friday morning (Miami time) Beryl would already be over Mexican territory, impacting Quintana Roo, Yucatan and Campeche.

The cyclone will continue to move west-northwest, and by Saturday morning could be over Tamaulipas and Veracruz.

Mexican Government Forecast

By then, according to Mexico’s forecast, Beryl would already be downgraded to a tropical storm.

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Tuesday that in coordination with Civil Protection of Quintana Roo, the Army and Navy are already deployed and remain on alert although at the moment “there is no certainty that it will arrive with force and that it will enter through Chetumal or any town.”

“It is still far from the coasts of Mexico, at first it was thought that it could enter land through Cancun, now it is being assessed that, if it enters it could be in the south of Quintana Roo, in Chetumal, and we have to take care of Chetumal because it is fragile before this type of phenomena”, he explained.

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