According to Governor Mara Lezama’s most recent report, Hurricane Beryl has maximum sustained winds of 185 km/h and gusts up to 200 km/h. It’s travelling west-northwest at 30 km/h and is projected to make landfall between Tulum and Felipe Carrillo Puerto on Thursday night, perhaps as a category 2 storm. Beryl’s cloud bands are already generating torrential rainfall and high winds. Quintana Roo’s beaches are witnessing large and high waves.

Authorities have formed prevention and monitoring zones from Puerto Costa Maya to Cancun, including Cozumel, and implemented preventative measures.

Given the arrival of Hurricane Beryl on Quintana Roo’s coast, officials have declared that public transport would be suspended beginning at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 4.