Santo Domingo.- According to the National Office of Meteorology (ONAMET), today begins the day with some clouds over the country that will generate weak and isolated rains in towns on the central mountain range and other points in the northeast and southeast of the country.
These precipitations will disappear as the hours progress and around noon, it is expected that the cloudiness will increase again and that showers accompanied by thunderstorms and gusts of wind will also be observed.
This will occur over provinces in the northeastern, southeastern, southwestern regions and the central mountain range, as a consequence of the trough that continues to affect weather conditions.
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The rains will decrease at the beginning of the night to give way to a clear sky and with scattered clouds over the national territory.
Likewise, the meteorological alert levels continue in: Elías Piña, Azua, Peravia, Dajabón, Puerto Plata, Samaná, Espaillat, Valverde, Duarte, Sánchez Ramírez, Hermanas Mirabal and San Juan de la Maguana.
Meanwhile, they remain on notice: Santo Domingo, Monsignor Nouel, Monte Plata, Hato Mayor, Santiago, San José de Ocoa, Barahona, El Seibo, San Pedro de Macorís, La Vega, San Cristóbal, María Trinidad Sánchez, Pedernales, Santiago Rodriguez, La Romana and Altagracia.