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Weather Summary for Puerto Rico
National Weather Service San Juan PR
546 PM AST Mon Oct 25 2021

Mostly sunny skies prevailed across Puerto Rico. Showers fell
across the southeast third of the island during the first 3 hours
of the morning with up to one inch in the foothills of Yabucoa.
Amounts tapered off as the showers moved inland. Skies cleared
during the later morning hours and little rain fell then. During
the afternoon showers formed in a streamer off of Saint Croix and
spread across southeast and interior Puerto Rico .They re-
emerged in the northwest. Rain amounts from the streamer were up
to one half inch. Most of Puerto Rico was dry during the afternoon
however. Today was warmer than yesterday. High temperatures
reached the lower 90s in Moca, Aguadilla, San German, Guanica,
Camp Santiago, Aguirre, Arecibo, San Juan and Culebra. Highs
elsewhere were in the 80s. Winds were 12 to 18 mph from the east
with sea breeze influences.

Conditions will be somewhat drier than last night. Isolated
showers will be seen along the east and southeast coasts early in
the evening, becoming scattered during the overnight and morning
hours as patches of low-level moisture move inland. Lows tonight
will range from the mid 60s in the higher mountain valleys to the
upper 70 along the windward coasts. Winds will be east at less
than 10 mph with land breezes. Then on Tuesday, after the morning
clouds and showers, skies will clear under the influence of drier
air and some Saharan dust will be seen. Highs will be slightly
warmer--especially on the north coast as winds will be more
southeasterly and the sun warms the afternoon. We expect highs
from 90 to 95 degrees in and around the Greater San Juan
Metropolitan area, with temperatures around 90 on the south
coasts. Expect mid and upper 80s in the mid elevations.

Seas are subsiding and will be 5 feet or less across the area.
Winds will diminish to 10 to 15 knots tonight and Tuesday and
become east to southeast. The risk of rip currents will become
moderate to low over all the local beaches tonight.


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