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Weather Summary for Puerto Rico
National Weather Service San Juan PR
516 PM AST Sun Dec 4 2016

Partly cloudy skies prevailed across Puerto Rico, Culebra and
Vieques. Isolated to scattered showers developed across portions
of the West and Southwest Puerto Rico. Rainfall accumulations were
less than half inch across these areas. Maximum temperatures were
around 85 degrees across the coastal areas. Winds over land were
mainly from the east northeast at 10-15 MPH.

A mid level ridge continues to dominate the local area limiting
the vertical development of the showers. However...the remnants
of an old frontal boundary just north of the region will maintain
some showers in and around the local islands. Plenty of low level
moisture will combine with local effects to produce another round
of afternoon showers over the interior and western Puerto Rico on
Sunday afternoon.

Mariners can expect seas up to 4 feet and east winds at 10 to 15
knots across the regional waters during the overnight hours. However...
A north swell will reach the Atlantic Waters on Monday afternoon. As
a result...seas will build to 4-6 feet late Monday into Tuesday.


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