Inumet extended yellow alert for storms and heavy rains in the northwest

The Uruguayan Institute of Meteorology (Inumet) extended this Thursday the yellow alert issued this morning for “strong storms and heavy rains” for the west of the country.

The report, which was updated three times and will remain in force – at least – until 7:30 p.m., ended the orange warning that affected the north of Uruguayan territory.

“It should be noted that in storm zones intense rains may be recorded in short periods, occasional hail falls, intense electrical activity and strong gusts of wind”says Inumet on their website.

“It will be updated at 7:30 p.m. or before significant changes,” it adds.

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Artigas: Baltasar Brum, Bella Unión, Cainsa, Colonia Palma, Coronado, Diego Lamas, Franquia, Mones Quintela, Paso Campamento, Iron Gates and Campodónico, Santa Rosa del Cuareim, Sequeira and Tomás Gomensoro

Paysandu: Cerro Chato, Chapicuy, Gallinal and Tambores

Jump: Albisu, Arapey, Belén, Biassini, Campo de Todos, Cayetano, Cerro de Vera, Colonia 18 de Julio, Colonia Itapebí, Constitución, Fernández, Garibaldi, Itapebí, Lluveras, Migliaro, Puntas de Valentín, Quintana, Rincón de Valentín, Salto , San Antonio, Saucedo, Termas del Arapey and Termas del Daymán

Tacuarembo: Achar, Arerungua, Balneario Iporá, Cerro Chato, Clara, Cuchilla de Peralta, Curtina, La Hilera, La Pedrera, Paso Bonilla, Piedra Sola, Sauce de Batoví, Tacuarembó and Tambores.

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