Tropical wave with high possibilities of becoming a cyclone will affect the DR this weekend
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The National Meteorology Office (Onamet) reported this Thursday that a tropical disturbance with a high probability of becoming a cyclone in 48 hours will affect weather conditions nationwide this weekend, when it passes over the Caribbean Sea.”Cloudy weather is expected during the day and night that will leave more intense downpours, electrical storms and gusts of wind and frequent in the afternoon towards towns on the southern coast of the country, the southern slope of the Central mountain range, as well as , the southeast, southwest, northeast and northwest regions of our territory”, details the agency in its weather report.
The Onamet indicated that it monitors this phenomenon, which is located hundreds of kilometers east of the Lesser Antilles. Similarly, the agency is attentive to two other tropical waves: one moving off the coast of Africa with a probability of 60% to become a tropical cyclone and another hundreds of kilometers southwest of Cape Verde with a probability of 20%.
Source: Diario Libre