Local March 7, 2013 | 8:08 am

Mostly sunny skies, lower temps, seasonal drought continue

Santo Domingo.- The National Meteorology Office forecasts low probability of rainfall although the remnants of a cloud mass associated with the frontal system east of Puerto Rico, continues affecting the country, with widely scattered showers for the Northeast, Southeast and Central Mountains.

It said a new frontal system over western Cuba will have little effect over Dominican territory.

Meteorology also forecasts said the lower than normal temperatures will continue overnight and early morning hours.

It adds that since March is the driest month of the year and result in the seasonal drought, inhabitants of the South and Southwest should ration the use of water.

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