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Weather Summary for Puerto Rico
National Weather Service San Juan PR
442 AM AST Mon Oct 23 2017

Partly cloudy skies prevailed across the region overnight and
early this morning. A few passing showers were noted mainly over
the coastal waters and just off the north and east coastal
sections of Puerto Rico, with only a few light showers brushing
the coastal areas from time to time. Early morning temperatures
were in the upper 70s along the coastal areas. Winds were calm to
light and variable over land.

An overall fair and stable weather pattern is expected to prevail
across the region today and during the next couple of days. Although
a fairly dry and stable airmass is expected to remain in place,
there is still a chance for locally and diurnally induced afternoon
showers over western sections of Puerto Rico. By mid week and
thereafter, a more seasonal pattern is expected with the
occasional weak easterly pertubations and trade wind showers
affecting the eastern portions of Puerto Rico during the morning
hours. This will be followed by locally and diurnally induced
showers and isolated thunderstorms developing mainly along the
interior and western portions of Puerto Rico during the
afternoons.

Seas of 3 to 5 feet and winds of 10 to 15 knots are expected today
except across the southwest Caribbean waters where seas up to 6 feet
are expected. Small craft are urged to exercise caution across the
Mona Passage.

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