Vaguada (humidity trough) will leave rains in much of the country, according to meteorology

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Santo Domingo – The National Meteorological Office (ONAMET) reported on Thursday that a trough associated with a frontal system on the wind channel will affect weather conditions from the early hours of the day. We will therefore observe light and scattered rains.

The meteorology showed that the rains would have a greater impact towards the provinces of La Altagracia, La Romana, San Pedro de Macoris and Greater Santo Domingo. These rains will continue to spread to other areas during the morning and will increase in intensity, generating thunderstorms and gusty winds in the eastern and southeastern provinces of the country.

Meanwhile, as the cold front continues to approach in the afternoon, rains will also increase in other interior provinces, especially in the northwest, north, northeast, the central mountain range and the Cibao Valley.

Onamet reported that in the evening hours, the frontal system will continue to generate showers accompanied by possible thunderstorms and isolated gusts of wind that will be more noticeable in the provinces of the Atlantic coast. This precipitation will continue until early Friday morning, with a few light and scattered showers expected in the early morning towards the north of the country.

By tomorrow, Friday (Christmas Eve), the frontal system will begin to weaken. However, it will still provide sufficient conditions for scattered rains to continue in the morning and afternoon over the northern, northeastern, southeastern provinces (including Greater Santo Domingo) and the chain. of central mountains. This precipitation could become moderate at times and should begin to diminish at the start of the night, when clear skies will remain over most of the country and the rains will be less frequent.

Temperatures will continue to be pleasantly cool in our territory due to the time of year and the effects of the frontal system that will affect us starting today.

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