Do not leave your umbrella: the rains will continue

Do not leave your umbrella: the rains will continue

The National Meteorological Office (Onamet) reported that everything will continue this Sunday and on Monday the conditions of rainy caused by the occurrence of a tropical wave and one trough.

From very early hours, “the rainy between moderate to strong, sometimes with electrical storms and gusts of wind, they are mainly concentrated in towns on the Caribbean coast, mainly on: La Romana, San Pedro de Macorís, Santo Domingo, San Cristóbal, Peravia, Azua, Barahona and Pedernales “, detailed the weather report.

The agency indicated that, as the morning progresses and during the afternoon, the rainy activity will spread to other locations in the southeast, southwest, northeast and the Central Mountain Range, due to the cloudy fields of the tropical wave and the incidence of trough in the middle levels of the troposphere.

for tomorrow, the Onamet predicted that the trough will continue to dominate the weather conditions. He anticipates that during the morning and evening hours on Monday there will be rainy weak to moderate, electrical storms and gusts of wind, over locations in the southeast (including Greater Santo Domingo), northeast and the central part of the country. While for the rest of the national territory no rainy significant.

Provinces on alert

Due to rainy that have fallen on the territory and those that are expected, the Onamet maintains alerts and warnings for various provinces in the event of possible rural and urban flooding, flooding of rivers, streams and ravines, as well as landslides.

On alert are: El Seibo, Hato Mayor, Sánchez Ramírez, San José de Ocoa and Monsignor Nouel.

In weather warning: Greater Santo Domingo, San Cristóbal, Azua, San Pedro de Macorís, Barahona, La Romana, Monte Plata, Peravia and Pedernales.

Watch tropical wave

The tropical wave over the southwest of the country in the waters of the Caribbean Sea it will be moving away from the national territory tonight, the agency said.

Currently, the Onamet keep an eye on this phenomenon that has a low probability of reaching the category of tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours.

On the other hand, the agency reported that only its remnants of tropical depression Colin remain, with maximum sustained winds of up to 45 km/h and that it is located about 15 kilometers north of Bern (North Carolina). “This phenomenon, due to its position and displacement, does not pose a danger to the Dominican Republic,” he assured.

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