Snow was also observed on Cerro San Miguel and Cuajimalpa.
Mexico City went from having a cold and rainy Christmas to a snowfall, as Martí Batres, Secretary of the capital’s Government, reported this phenomenon in three municipalities in CDMX.
Through Twitter, Batres shared images of the snow in the upper parts of the municipalities of Tlalpan, Milpa Alta and Cuajimalpa.
Snow was also observed on Cerro San Miguel, and Cuajimalpa
The capital official urged the population dress accordingly in case of leaving their homes.
“Mountains of Tlalpan, Milpa Alta and Cuajimalpa. There are beautiful snowy landscapes in Mexico City. However, you have to dress up well if you leave home,” he wrote.
The Secretariat for Comprehensive Risk Management and Civil Protection (SGIRPC) alerted that in the Álvaro Obregón, Cuajimalpa, Magdalena Contreras, Milpa Alta and Tlalpan they have a forecast for temperatures of one to three degrees Celsius and frost for tomorrow, December 26.