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Weather Summary for Puerto Rico
National Weather Service San Juan PR
414 AM AST Mon Oct 24 2016

Showers and isolated thunderstorms affected the coastal sections
of northern Puerto Rico with some showers moving over areas of the
interior. Rainfall ranged between 1 to 2 inches of rain with the
heaviest showers during Sunday evening and early Monday morning.
Frequent lightning was observed with this activity. Temperatures
were in the mid 70s across coastal areas and the wind was light
from the northeast with land breeze variations.

Moisture will continue for the next several days in similar
amounts but as winds continue from the northeast, showers during
the mornings will favor the northeastern slopes in eastern Puerto
Rico and the Cordillera and southwest Puerto Rico during the
afternoons through mid week. Some thunderstorms will generate
heavy rain with urban and small stream flooding. Highs will range
from the lower 90s in the lower elevations to the upper 70s in the
higher mountains. Winds will be northeast 5 to 15 mph with land
and sea breeze influences near the coasts.

Tranquil marine conditions will continue to prevail with seas up
to 4 feet and east to northeast winds at 15 knots or less. Low
risk of rip currents expected Today.


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