The National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (Inameh) forecasts fragmented clouds and partly cloudy skies in much of the country.
The information was released by the institution through its Twitter account, @INAMEH, where it reported that the convective nuclei associated with rains with electric shocks will be in Zulia, Centro Occidente, Delta Amacuro and El Esequibo.
#14Sep #INAMEHReports Convective nuclei associated with rains or showers with electrical discharges (blue flashes) in areas of Zulia, Central West, Delta Amacuro and our Essequibo; the rest of the country is seen with fragmented cloudiness and partially cloudy areas pic.twitter.com/928ECPulnH
— INAMEH (@INAMEH) September 14, 2022
Likewise, he predicted that the solar declination affects perpendicularly on Amazonas and south of El Essequibo, in addition, maximum temperatures persist at 39 °C.