Stunning clouds captured in Yucatan before the arrival of Hurricane Beryl | VIDEO

Stunning clouds captured in Yucatan before the arrival of Hurricane Beryl | VIDEO
Stunning clouds captured in Yucatan before the arrival of Hurricane Beryl | VIDEO

Written in NATIONAL he 3/7/2024 · 11:41 hs

Last update: 3/7/2024 · 11:43 hs

He huracán Beryl continues its journey towards Mexico. Before its arrival, in Yucatan, impressive clouds were captured on video; this is what they look like. You may also be interested in: Is Beryl the same as the devastating Hurricane Gilberto of 1998?

In the video shared on social networks and in it you can see how the clouds in Yucatan, specifically in I’m tickingse They become ‘thick’ and large in size. Virtually the entire sky is covered, giving it a greyish appearance and some users even interpret it as something ‘apocalyptic’. Many others highlighted that it was a very beautiful event, but that it generated fear.

The truth is that this phenomenon is not as unusual as it seems. It is a shelf cloud and is formed when a mass of warm, moist air ‘rises’, creating the effect of thick cloudinesseven forming into a kind of spacecraft.

On the other hand, the appearance of these clouds is usually a Indicative of upcoming strong stormspossibly accompanied by wind gusts and electrical dischargesAccording to the government of Yucatan, the effects of Hurricane Beryl will be felt starting Thursday, July 4.

Hurricane Beryl is category 4: Conagua

According to what was shared on the social networks of the National Water Commission (Conagua)Hurricane Beryl is a Category 4 on the Saffir-Simpson scale. “It is located at 125 kilometers southwest of Kingston, Jamaicaand 1,215 km east-southeast of Cancún, Quintana Roo,” they state in their statement.

At the moment, Beryl does not affect national coasts, but they have been activated specific precautions. Likewise, the following are established: surveillance zones to prevent the possible effects of this force of nature.

Meanwhile, for this July 3, intense rains with electrical discharges and possible hail are expected in Chihuahua, Nayarit, Jalisco, Colima, Michoacan, Guerrero, Oaxaca and Chiapas.

 
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