Weather forecast: Rain and thundershowers are expected this Saturday afternoon

Weather forecast: Rain and thundershowers are expected this Saturday afternoon

“The weather remains humid and unstable in our area, so the island, especially in the afternoon, favors the formation of active clouds of stormy nature,” the Wacos Meteorological Center said in a bulletin released this Saturday morning.

If the weather is good this morning, the weather forecast will be clear in the afternoon in the southern, eastern and central plateaus. Occasionally mild, with thunderstorms and high intensity locally. This short-term heavy rainfall can cause temporary waterlogging locally. After a few showers localized in the eastern part of the island in the evening, the sky will generally be partly cloudy.


The maximum temperature averages 2 to 3 degrees Celsius and the highest humidity. This can lead to uncomfortable conditions. The maximum temperature in the central plateau varies from 26 to 29 degrees Celsius. On the coast it will be 31 to 34 degrees Celsius.

The minimum temperature in the Central Plateau is 20 to 23 degrees Celsius. In coastal areas it will oscillate between 25 and 27 degrees Celsius.

The wind is light. It blows from the northwest at a speed of 10 kilometers per hour, which sometimes becomes variable.

The sea is rough, with waves of up to 1.5 meters.

Practical advice:

1. Visibility can be significantly reduced when it rains due to the pockets of
Fog. Road users are requested to be very careful

2. The public is advised to seek shelter during thunderstorms and not to seek refuge in the plains, sea voyages or under trees.

Preview time till Sunday:

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The atmosphere will remain hot, humid and unstable in our area, thus favoring the formation of storm clouds on the island in the afternoon.

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