Mexico on alert for heavy rainfall recorded in the Pacific
Tropical storms and Ingrid Manuel, on their way through Mexico during the month of September 2013, took the lives of 130 people. (Photo Archive)

The government of the southern state of Guerrero, Mexico, said Wednesday that prevention is increased by the possibility of strong gains in coastal South Pacific rainfall.
Luis Felipe Puente, National Coordinator of Civil Protection, said that the authorities have already been in contact with city and state officials to begin prevention protocols required. In September 2013, tropical storms and Ingrid shook Manuel Guerrero state, causing flooding and mudslides that caused about 130 deaths.
The National Hurricane Center of the United States reported that an area of ​​low pressure about 640 km (400 miles) south-southwest of Manzanillo port has a 50 percent chance of becoming a tropical cyclone on Friday.
Alberto Hernandez Unzon, deputy weather forecast from the National Water Commission of Mexico, he said “is advancing in eight days of the formal start of the hurricane season,” that in connection with the hurricane season in the South Pacific, which is expected to begin on May 15.