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Weather Summary for Puerto Rico
National Weather Service San Juan PR
459 AM AST Fri Mar 5 2021

Quiet weather conditions prevailed overnight. Mostly clear skies
promoted nighttime cooling resulting in low temperatures in the
low-70s across coastal areas and the low-60s, or even the 50s, in
mountains and valleys. Winds were out from the southeast at less
than ten mph, with the influence of land breeze.

Expect stable weather conditions through the morning hours, with
sunny skies and no rain. Moisture will ramp-up late this morning
into the afternoon as a tropical disturbance approach from the
southeast, increasing the chance for rainy conditions. Showers
will spread from eastern PR by mid-morning and then into the
interior and northern areas during the afternoon and evening
hours. Winds will continue from the southeast, which will promote
above-normal temperatures north of the Cordillera Central during
the afternoon hours, with the maximum in the upper 80s.

A fading northerly swell will result in an improvement of the
seas across the islands. Therefore, expect seas up to 5 feet
across the Atlantic Offshore waters and less than 5 feet
elsewhere. Winds in most areas will be 10 to 15 knots out from
the southeast.

Beachgoers expect a moderate risk of rip currents across the north
and east-facing beaches of the islands. But, it will be high from
Vega Alta to San Juan.


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