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Weather Summary for Puerto Rico
National Weather Service San Juan PR
454 AM AST Fri Feb 24 2017

Skies were partly cloudy overnight and early in the morning with
light southeasterly flow over most of the island. Doppler
weather radar indicated isolated to scattered showers moving
northwestward across Vieques, Culebra and eastern sections of
Puerto Rico. However, the total rainfall accumulations associated
with this activity were generally minimal. Early morning
temperatures ranged from the lower to the middle 70s across the
coastal areas.

A relatively dry air mass will slowly spread over the area
this morning, however, cloudiness and showers embedded in the
trades will continue to affect the eastern sections of Puerto Rico
while steadily decreasing in frequency by mid morning. Winds will
be southeasterly at 10 to 15 mph with sea breeze variations in
the coastal areas this afternoon. The southeast wind flow will
induce warmer than normal temperatures across the northern
coastal municipalities of Puerto Rico.

Seas of 9 feet was observed at the outer buoy with seas of 6 feet
in the local outer Atlantic waters early this morning. Seas will
slowly subside late today. A Small Craft Advisory is in effect
till Saturday morning for the offshore Atlantic coastal waters,
Anegada Passage and western waters. Small craft are urged to
exercise caution across the rest of the local waters due to seas
up to 6 feet.


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