April 16, 2021

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Atmospheric phenomenon is still not a tropical storm


The possible tropical cyclone that will pass to the south of Puerto Rico during the night today remains disorganized and does not have a defined center to be classified as a tropical wave.

However, it has winds of 45 mph, which they would be feeling throughout the island in the afternoon and evening today.

At 11:00 in the morning, the low pressure accompanying the disturbance was located at latitude 15.8 N and longitude 63.7 W. 240 miles southeast of San Juan.

Tropical storm force winds extend north and east of the system 275 miles from low pressure. For this reason, Puerto Rico continues under a tropical storm warning.

The system will go to the south of Puerto Rico.



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