Local January 20, 2012 | 10:40 am

Mostly clear skies, rough surf offshore

Santo Domingo. – The high pressure system located over the Atlantic Ocean will continue to influence the country’s weather, with mostly clear skies low probability of precipitation.

The National Meteorology Office forecasts that the prevailing east-northeast wind will continue to drag some humidity to the national territory, with some widely scattered showers, especially to the Northeast, southeast coast and the Central Mountains.

It said Atlantic and Caribbean coasts continue with higher than normal waves offshore, or which small should operate with caution and near shore.

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