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Weather Summary for Puerto Rico
National Weather Service San Juan PR
539 PM AST Wed Oct 26 2016

Showers moved across much of Puerto Rico this afternoon and
an isolated thunderstorm developed across the municipalities of
Southern Puerto Rico. Some of the heavy rainfall lead to minor
flooding in rural and urban areas. Afternoon high temperatures
were in the mid to high 80s along coastal areas. Winds were mainly
from the Northeast except for local sea breeze variations.

Moist and unstable conditions will prevail through at least
tomorrow, as an induce surface trough meander across the islands
today and a weak tropical wave crosses the forecast area on
Thursday. Therefore...continue to expect showers from time to time
focused mainly across the north and east sections of Puerto Rico
and adjacent islands. This will be followed by afternoon convection
mainly over parts of the Cordillera Central and sections of Western
Puerto Rico each day. The afternoon shower and thunderstorm activity
will produce periods of locally heavy rains and may lead to urban
and small stream flooding in some areas across the Western Half of
Puerto Rico.

Across the regional waters, mariners can expect seas up to 5 feet
and east to northeast winds up to 15 knots. Small craft operators
should exercise caution across the Atlantic Waters and Mona Passage
where seas up to 6 feet can be expected. A moderate risk of rip
currents is expected across the northern beaches of the islands.


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