The National Meteorological System (SMN) predicted that the Hurricane Grace will make landfall on the coasts of Quintana Roo during the early hours of this Thursday as category 1 on the Saffir-Simpson scale, however, residents and tourists from the surrounding areas began to spread the first images of the severe affectations of this natural phenomenon.
From transformers that explode, to very strong gusts of wind that hit the walls, Internet users were concerned about how an emergency situation of this magnitude is experienced.
“Almost at 4am the rain began in #Cancun by #HuracanGrace, there are some electricity costs, they are intermittent”, highlighted a user from his Twitter.
Likewise, others indicated that, despite being a low category on the scale, the first impacts of the hurricane felt too strong.
“It’s only category 1 but it feels like 5The winds are super strong ”said @merleveronica.
Thus, what Internet users reported the most before the hurricane made landfall were the sounds that the wind made when the force of these surfaces hit the surfaces.
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