Pocas lluvias y nubes dispersas para mañana miércoles, dice ONAMET

Little rain and scattered clouds for tomorrow, Wednesday, says ONAMET

The National Meteorology Office (ONAMET)reported today that tomorrow, Wednesday, it is expected that the tropical storm earl continue to affect the country, causing scattered clouds and few rains.

In the morning there will be scattered clouds and little rain, while in the afternoon, the wind that will have turned south/southeast associated with this system will generate increases in cloudiness this time towards the northeast, southeast, southwest and the central mountain range. .

For the night, some showers will continue to occur, especially over provinces on the Caribbean coast.

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ONAMET assured that the center of the tropical storm earl, was located near latitude 24.1 north and longitude 65.8 west, about 915 km south of the Bermuda Islands, moving north at about 7 kph, maximum winds of 110 km/h. Minimum central pressure of 994 millibars. Due to its position and distance it does not offer danger for the Dominican Republic.

He also stated that the hurricane daniel, was located about 1230 km west/northwest of the Azores, moving east/northeast at 11 km/h and has maximum sustained winds of up to 120 km/h. On the other hand, we also monitor two disturbance zones, one southwest of the Cape Verde Islands and the other over western Africa, with medium (around 60%) and low (around 20%) probability. respectively to reach the category of tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours.

The ONAMET He also stated that, dDue to the expected rainfall in the next few hours, the meteorological alert levels are modified, due to possible flooding of rivers, streams and ravines, as well as urban flooding and landslides.

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