Local November 3, 2011 | 11:47 am

Partly overcast skies, lower temperatures

Santo Domingo.- Dominican Republic’s weather will be dominated by overcast skies associated to a low pressure system over the Mona Pass during the next 48 hours, with downpours expected.

The National Meteorology Office forecasts rising humidity and unstable atmosphere over Hispaniola island, with some rains and thunderstorms on the north, northeast, southeast and southwest regions and the Central Mountains and border zone.

It also forecasts slightly lower temperatures for Thursday evening and early Friday, from the prevailing northeast wind.

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