November 30, 2020

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A tropical wave could leave rain tomorrow in the Carraízo reservoir




A tropical wave would leave rain that could benefit Lake Carraízo between tomorrow, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

This was reported by David Sánchez, of the National Weather Service (SNM) in San Juan.

"A slightly stronger wave is coming between Tuesday and Wednesday, which should bring better chances of rain for the Carraízo basin," Sánchez said.

Likewise, he said that rain is expected today, but they will be concentrated by a weak tropical wave that will cause thunderstorms in the afternoon.

He pointed out that this afternoon could cause flash floods in urban areas and streams in the west of the island.

For bathers it is recommended to have Be careful because today a moderate risk of currents is expected for the beaches of the north and south of the island.

The surf is 3 to 5 feet in the Atlantic Ocean and 3 to 5 feet in the Caribbean Sea. [19659004] On the other hand, the SNM anticipates that by the end of another dust cloud from the Sahara could arrive in Puerto Rico this week.



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