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Weather Summary for Puerto Rico...CORRECTED
National Weather Service San Juan PR
505 PM AST Mon May 29 2023

A mix of sunshine and clouds prevailed across Puerto Rico during
the morning hours. Clouds began to develop by mid-morning along
the Central Cordillera. Then, a combination of daytime heating
and low level moisture across the area helped the development of
showers across the central and western portions of Puerto Rico.
The highest activity was observed from Lares through Mayaguez,
with radar estimated accumulations less than half an inch. The San
Juan and Vieques streamer formed, leaving minor accumulations
over those areas. Maximum temperatures ranged in the upper 80s to
the lower 90s degrees, with heat indices in the low to mid-100s
degrees Fahrenheits.

The shower activity across the western and eastern portions of
Puerto Rico will start to dissipate by the early evening hours.
Overall, conditions should be mainly tranquil through the night.
However, the east to southeasterly wind flow could bring passing
showers across the eastern portions of Puerto Rico, including
Vieques and Culebra. For tomorrow, a similar weather pattern is
expected with hot temperatures across Puerto Rico. Shower
development is expected across the central interior and western
portions. Overnight minimum temperatures will drop to the mid and
upper 70s at lower elevations, and into the upper 60s in the
mountains. Winds will be light and variable.

Across the local waters, mariners can expect seas between 2 and 4
feet across the Atlantic Waters, and lower everywhere else. Winds
will blow from the east to southeast at 10 to 15 knots.

For beachgoers, there is a moderate risk of life-threatening rip
currents from Aguadilla to Dorado.


The last Weather Summary for the Puerto Rico will be issued on
Wednesday, May 31, 2023. To stay updated on the weather in Puerto
Rico, please check the Areal Forecast Discussion (AFDSJU) and the
Hazardous Weather Outlook (HWOSJU). is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.