Snow falls on Baja California


Know where the first snow fell in the region and what it looks like

As reported in this portal, the low temperatures will continue in Baja California this week, however, as many of us already know, the mountainous areas are usually colder than the rest of the state at this time of year.

In the recent report of the National Meteorological Service (SMN) it was mentioned that “Front No. 12 will slowly travel through the north of the country, causing rain, a cold environment and strong to very strong winds with dustbins over said region.

This is why as of Monday the mountainous areas of Baja California will register minimum temperatures for the early hours of Tuesday of -5 to 0 ° C and frost , according to the SMN.

However, it seems that the first snowfall in Baja California was already registered this Monday, this in the1857 Constitution National Park, located in Ensenada, which shared beautiful images captured from its facilities full of snow through its social networks.

This is how the arrival of winter was announced:

Although these images provoke go to this natural area, the park issued some recommendations, since they are currently at 1 ° C . Among the recommended is:

– Go up to the Park in a suitable vehicle, preferably 4WD.
– Wear suitable clothing for freezing temperatures.
– The visit to the Park will only be one to three hours during the day
– Attention to visitors will be from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
– They must leave the Park at 4:00 pm at the latest
– Do not expose or upload with children under 6 years old
– Do not go up or expose to adults over 60 years old or with respiratory problems.
– Upon arrival at the Park, register with the park rangers staff.
– When entering the Park, the health protocol will be followed to avoid contagion of Covid-19
– Always wear face masks and apply the healthy distance.
– If temperatures drop below 0 ° C, you will be invited to leave the Park, whoever does not abide by these provisions will be directly responsible for their actions and those of their companions.
– Do not stay camping

For its part, Conagua shared this image of the Sierra de San Pedro Mártir:

In case you wish to visit any of these areas, we invite you to take extreme precautions and follow the prevention protocols for the current coronavirus.


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