Sinaproc issues swell and high tide warnings in the Pacific
Sinaproc explained that the swell will be recorded until Thursday, April 29, and the maximum tides until May 1.
A warning for prevention event swell and highest tides in the Panamanian Pacific, was issued Tuesday by the National Civil Protection System ( Sinaproc ).
It details that the swell will be recorded until Thursday, April 29, explaining that it consists of a long and continuous swell, generated by storms at sea, before which the following recommendations are given:
- Be aware of the waves that may occur.
- Remove furniture and equipment from the beach area.
- Remove and safeguard small boats.
- Do not do water sports.
- If you live near coastal areas and these waves occur, find a safe place.
On the other hand, the Sinaproc adds that the maximum tides will be recorded until Saturday, May 1, as indicated in a surveillance notice issued by Hidrometeorology of the Electric Transmission Company SA (Etesa).
"This warning is made due to the record of waves that will oscillate from 0.6 to 1.8 meters in height and periods of 17 seconds, reflecting an increase for April 28 and 29, especially in the Gulf of Chiriquí, South of Veraguas, Los Santos , Gulf and Bay of Panama”, indicates Sinaproc.