December 1, 2020

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Passenger downpours are expected to affect coastal waters and sectors of the Island


Puerto Rico – For Tuesday morning, temporary downpours are expected, between moderate to strong, which will affect the coastal waters and sectors of the Island in the early hours of the morning, reported the National Meteorological Service (SNM) in San Juan.

There is a moderate risk of ocean currents from the northwest beaches to the northeast beaches of the big island of Puerto Rico, the entire island of Culebra and some of the eastern beaches of Vieques.

While the temperature will be between the low 70s to low 80s.

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

The swell in the Atlantic is between three to five feet. In the Caribbean it is between two to five feet.



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