April 23, 2021

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Dangerous storm surge in the northeast of Puerto Rico generated by hurricane Paulette


A storm surge from the northeast, generated by Hurricane Paulette, will continue to cause dangerous swell through the waters of the Atlantic, as well as a high risk of ocean currents for the beaches of the north and east of Puerto Rico, reported the National Weather Service. (SNM, for its acronym in English) in San Juan.

Look at a satellite image of the area near Puerto Rico, part of the Caribbean and the Atlantic.

https://www.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/GOES/sector_band.php?sat=G16&sector=pr&band=GEOCOLOR&length=12

Downpours and thunderstorms are expected for Sunday afternoon over the western half of Puerto Rico.

A small boat operator advisory is in effect for some of the local waters.

While the temperatures will be between the high 70s to low 90s.

The wind blows from the east northeast up to 15 knots, according to the SNM.

The swell in the Atlantic is between six to eight feet. In the Caribbean it is between two to six feet.

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