SANTO DOMINGO.- The weather conditions over the Dominican Republic will remain dominated by the incidence of a trough; therefore, moderate to heavy rains will be generated with electrical storms and occasional gusts of wind, towards provinces such as Santiago, La Vega, Monseñor Nouel, Monte Plata, El Gran Santo Domingo, San Pedro de Macorís, among others, especially during the afternoon. While during the night, we foresee that these precipitations will be concentrated in the towns of Monte Cristi, Puerto Plata, Dajabón, Santiago Rodríguez, and Valverde.
Due to the rains that have occurred and those that are expected, the National Meteorological Office maintains levels of meteorological alerts for possible flooding of rivers, streams, and ravines, urban flooding, as well as landslides towards the following provinces: Santiago Rodriguez, Puerto Plata, Santiago, La Vega, Dajabón, Valverde, Monte Cristi.
Tomorrow, Sunday, the rainfall that will occur will be of weak to moderate intensity with isolated thunderstorms and occasional gusts of wind in towns in the northeast, southeast, and the Central Cordillera, being more frequent in the afternoon because we will continue under a meteorologically unstable environment product of the trough.
Onamet recommends that the entire Dominican population continue making good use of water since we are still under the effects of the seasonal meteorological drought.
National District: Partly cloudy to cloudy with moderate to heavy rains, electrical storms, and wind gusts.
Santo Domingo East: Partly cloudy to cloudy with moderate to heavy rain, thunderstorms, and wind gusts.
Santo Domingo North: Partly cloudy to cloudy with moderate to heavy rain, thunderstorms, and wind gusts.
Santo Domingo Oeste: Partly cloudy to cloudy with moderate to heavy rains, thunderstorms, and wind gusts.
Greater Santo Domingo: Maximum temperatures between 30°C and 32°C and minimum between 21°C and 23°C.