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Weather Summary for Puerto Rico
National Weather Service San Juan PR
529 PM AST Sat May 26 2018

Partly cloudy skies prevailed across Puerto Rico today. Showers
and isolated thunderstorms developed across northeast, central
and west interior sections, and moved northwest towards the
coastal areas. This activity produced periods of locally heavy
rains along with dangerous lightning with gusty winds. Urban and
small stream flooding was reported in isolated areas. Estimated
rainfall amounts were between an one to three inches with the
heavy rainfall. Winds were from the east at 15 to 20 mph over
most of the island. Daytime high temperatures were in the middle
to upper 80s.

Sunday, low level moisture will increase due to a tropical wave
moving through the forecast area; as a result, increase in showers
and isolated thunderstorms is expected on Sunday mainly across
parts of northeast, interior and western sections of Puerto Rico.
Due to saturated soils from todays and last week rains any
additional rain will cause urban and small stream flood and
possibly mudslides in areas of steep terrain over portions of
western Puerto Rico.

Across the regional waters, seas between 3 to 5 feet with easterly
winds up to 20 kts. There is a moderate risk of rip currents
across the northern facing beaches of Puerto rico as well as
portions of the southeast and southwest.


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