Puerto Rico – Isolated to scattered downpours with some thunderstorms are expected for Wednesday morning through portions of eastern Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands, reported the National Weather Service (SNM) in San Juan.
The National Hurricane Center (CNH) continues to monitor a tropical wave located a few hundred miles east of the Windward Islands with a low probability of formation in the coming days.
There is a low risk of ocean currents through the beaches of Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
While the temperature will be between the low 70s to high 70s. The wind blows from the East Southeast up to 15 knots, according to the SNM.
The swell in the Atlantic is between two to four feet. In the Caribbean it is between one to three feet.