Venezuela wakes up with convective cloudiness producing rain or showers, electric shocks and possible gusts of wind in areas of Zulia, south of Apure, Amazonas, Bolívar and El Esequibo.
The information was released through the Instagram account @inamehoficial of the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology, where it was reported that the Northeast Trade Winds continue to bring greater humidity to the northern coastal portion of the national territory.
Likewise, stratiform mantles are generated with scattered rains or drizzles, in areas of the North Coastal Center, east of Falcón, Yaracuy, north of Sucre and Anzoátegui. The rest of the national territory can be seen with fragmented cloudiness.
Likewise, both meteorological situations are reinforced by the divergence of the wind in the upper troposphere, which favors the rise of warm and humid air masses from the surface.