¡No dejes el paraguas! Seguirán las lluvias

Don’t leave the umbrella! The rains will continue

Santo Domingo.- The National Meteorology Office (Onamet) reported this Thursday that the songs of the weather will continue under the effects of a trough, due to this weak to moderate rains are expected in the morning hours, being more intense during the afternoon, accompanied by thunderstorms. isolated and gusty wind.

Meteorology predicted that a reduction in rainfall is expected for the eastern and southeastern part of the country, due to the decrease in humidity in the middle levels of the troposphere.

The straight organization of the climate maintains in force the levels of weather alerts and warnings, due to sudden rural and urban floods, flooding of rivers, streams and ravines, as well as landslides. This is due to the fact that the trough will continue generating rains, electrical storms and gusts of wind in some towns in the northeast, southeast and in the Cordillera Central.

We invite you to read: Umbrella in hand! The rains will continue this Wednesday, forecasts Onamet

The provinces in yellow alert: Hato Mayor, La Vega, Santiago, Monsignor Nouel, María Trinidad Sánchez, Monte Plata, San Cristóbal, Gran Santo Domingo, San José de Ocoa, Pedernales Barahona, El Seibo, Santiago Rodríguez, La Romana, San Pedro de Macorís and La Altagracia. while in green They are: Sánchez Ramírez, Peravia, Azua, Puerto Plata, Elias Piña, Dajabón, Samaná, Espaillat, Mirabal Sisters, Valverde and Duarte.

for tomorrow friday, despite the fact that the trough will still dominate the weather conditions, the humidity levels will continue to decrease in the average levels, therefore, the rains will be less frequent than the previous days. However, in the afternoon hours, scattered showers, isolated electrical storms and gusts of wind will be generated over towns in the northeast, southeast and the Cordillera Central.


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