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Inumet issued a yellow alert for the northeast of the country

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The Uruguayan Institute of Meteorology (Inumet) reported that an atmospheric disturbance associated with a humid and unstable air mass affects the country, generating storms, some of which are very strong. Given this, a yellow alert is in force in the north and northeast of the country.

In this framework, they reported that in storm zones intense rains may be recorded in short periods, hail fall, intense electrical activity and very strong gusts of wind. Inumet will continue to monitor the situation and will update the information at 11:00 or any significant changes.

Main locations:

Artigas: Artigas, Bernabé Rivera, Diego Lamas, Javier de Viana, Paso Campamento, Sequeira and Topador.

Cerro Largo: The entire department.

Paysandu: Drums.

Rivera: The entire department.

Jump: Cayetano, Cerro de Vera, Fernández, Lluveras, Migliaro, Quintana and Sarandí de Arapey.

Tacuarembó: Ansina, Arerungua, Balneario Iporá, Caraguata, Clara, Curtina, La Hilera, La Pedrera, Las Toscas, Paso Bonilla, Paso del Cerro, Piedra Sola, Pueblo de Arriba, Pueblo de Barro, Punta de Carretera, Sauce de Batoví, Tacuarembo and Drums.

Thirty-Three: Zapata Rice Farm, Thirty-Three Rice Field, Treinta-Three Ejido, General Enrique Martínez, Patrol Island, Mendizábal, Rincón, Santa Clara de Olimar and Vergara.

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