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Weather News for August 2008:
31.08.2008. 09.00 GMT - THE GOVERNMENT OF CUBA HAS DISCONTINUED ALL HURRICANE WARNINGS AND WATCHES FOR CUBA.

31.08.2008. 02.00 GMT - A powerful hurricane Gustav has slammed into western Cuba, about 100 kilometres south-west of the capital Havana. The storm knocked power out in many parts of Cubas's capital, Havana, as 150mph winds blasted rain sideways though the streets. Cuban state television announced that all buses and trains to and from Havana will be suspended until further notice. The eye of the hurricane has passed the western tip of Cuba in Pinar del Rio province battering it with torrential rain and winds of 240 km/hour. The hurricane’s winds have toppled power poles and trees, left homes underwater and washed away roads in parts of Cuba. Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from low lying areas. As it leaves Cuba, forecasters predicts it will speed up even more becoming, more than likely, a dangerous category five storm.
30.08.2008 18.00 GMT Havana, Cuba - Hurricane Gustav, now a highly dangerous Category 4 storm, is bearing down on Cuba after leaving a trail of destruction across the Caribbean. The eye of the storm has hit Cuba's Isla de la Juventud and is approaching the mainland with maximum winds of nearly 230km/h (145mph), US monitors say. Extensive flooding has hit the western tobacco-growing province of Pinar del Rio and Havana province, reports say. Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from Cuba's low-lying coastal regions. Earlier, Gustav swept through Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Jamaica, killing more than 70 people and causing widespread damage. Its projected path also takes it over the oil-producing Gulf of Mexico, before striking the US early next week. Half a million sacks of valuable dried cigar tobacco leaves were moved into safe storage and stiff winds have begun hitting Havana. Hotels and shops have been boarding up windows as large waves lash the capital's famous seafront promenade, the Malecon. Trains to and from the capital have been suspended until further notice. Cuba boasts one of the best organised disaster-preparedness systems in the region, the BBC's Michael Voss reports. However, much of its ageing housing stock is in poor condition and this could pose additional risks if Gustav hits the capital, a crowded city of two million people. Families living in some of Havana's older, more dilapidated buildings were moved to alternative accommodation during the morning (source BBC)
30.08.2008 12.00 GMT Havana, Cuba – The Government of Cuba has issued a hurricane warning for the cuban provinces of Matanzas and Cienfuegos. A hurricane warning is now in effect for the western cuban provinces of Pinar del Rio, La Habana, Isla de la Juventud, Matanzas, Cienfuegos and city of Havana. Preparations to protect life and property in the hurricane warning area should be rushed to completion. A hurricane watch remains in effect for the central cuban province of Villa Clara. A tropical storm watch remains in effect for central cuban provinces of Sancti Spiritus, Ciego de Avila and Camaguey. At 12.00 GMT the eye of hurricane Gustav was located about 135km (85 miles) souteast of Isla de la Juventud and about 360km (225 miles) east-southeast from the western tip of Cuba in Pinar del Rio province.
30.08.2008. - As of 1000 GMT on Saturday, Gustav had become a "major" category three hurricane with wind speeds of up to 185km/h (115mph) as it passed about 220km (135 miles) south-east of Isla de la Juventud and about 410km (255 miles) east-south-east of the western tip of Cuba, the US National Hurricane Center said. Hurricane Gustav has strengthened into a "major" category three storm as it nears western Cuba. Cuban civil defence forces have been put on alert, and a mass evacuation is under way in low-lying coastal areas, where mudslides and floods are feared. Gustav has already struck the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, killing more than 70 people. Cuban authorities have evacuated more than 60,000 people from low-lying coastal areas in Pinar del Rio and Isla de la Juventud before Gustav hits, and have mobilised medical and emergency rescue teams to deal with the possible aftermath. All buses and trains to and from Havana have also been suspended until further notice. The BBC's Michael Voss, in Havana, says that the Caribbean island has one of the most efficient disaster preparedness and evacuation organisations in the region, but that the poor condition of housing in the capital could pose additional risks in a major storm. Gustav is the second major hurricane of the 2008 Atlantic hurricane season. It could become a category four storm over the weekend as it passes over warm waters and heads for the US Gulf Coast.
29.08.2008. - 12.00 THE CENTER OF TROPICAL STORM GUSTAV WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 18.6 NORTH, LONGITUDE 78.8 WEST OR ABOUT 265 KM EAST-SOUTHEAST OF GRAND CAYMAN AND ABOUT 725 KM EAST-SOUTHEAST OF THE WESTERN TIP OF CUBA. GUSTAV IS MOVING TOWARD THE WEST-NORTHWEST NEAR 13 KM/HR. A TURN TO THE NORTHWEST IS EXPECTED LATER TODAY WITH A CONTINUED NORTHWESTWARD MOTION ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. ON THIS TRACK THE CENTER OF GUSTAV WILL PASS NEAR OR OVER THE CAYMAN ISLANDS LATER TODAY OVER THE WESTERN PORTIONS OF CUBA ON SATURDAY AND INTO THE SOUTHERN GULF OF MEXICO ON SUNDAY.
29.08.2008. - Tropical Storm Gustav continues to unleash its fury over Jamaica this morning, whipping up gusty winds and dropping torrential rain. Heavy rain and howling winds from Gustav will batter Jamaica today despite the storm pushing away to the west. As Gustav leaves the mountainous island, it will intensify into a hurricane over the warm waters of the Caribbean. The Cayman Islands will become the next target of Gustav later today. Gustav will intensify into a major, dangerous hurricane before grazing the western tip of Cuba and emerging into the Gulf of Mexico this weekend.
28.08.2008. - 10.00 AM Tropical Storm Gustav strengthened Thursday morning as it headed towards Jamaica, and the system was expected to regain hurricane status later today, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said in its latest advisory. The storm has changed tracks moving further south from Cuba, closer to Jamaica than initially expected. At 8 a.m. EDT, Gustav was expected to be located about 80 miles east of Kingston, Jamaica, and about 170 miles south of Guantanamo, Cuba, with maximum sustained winds up to 70 miles per hour, just shy of the 74 mph required for a Category One hurricane. The government of Jamaica issued a hurricane warning.
28.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – A TROPICAL STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR THE CUBAN PROVINCE OF GRANMA. INTERESTS IN CENTRAL AND WESTERN CUBA SHOULD CLOSELY MONITOR THE PROGRESS OF GUSTAV. AT 8:00 AM OF TODAY THE CENTER OF TROPICAL STORM GUSTAV WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 17.8 NORTH, LONGITUDE 75.6 WEST OR ABOUT 130 KM EAST OF KINGSTON JAMAICA AND ABOUT 270 KM SOUTH OF GUANTANAMO CUBA. GUSTAV HAS BEEN MOVING LITTLE DURING THE PAST COUPLE OF HOURS BUT IS EXPECTED TO RESUME A MOTION TOWARD THE WEST-SOUTHWEST NEAR 9 KM/HR. A TURN TOWARD THE WEST IS EXPECTED LATER TODAY AND TO THE WEST-NORTHWEST ON FRIDAY. THE CENTER OF GUSTAV IS EXPECTED TO PASS VERY CLOSE TO JAMAICA LATER TODAY. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS HAVE INCREASED TO NEAR 110 KM/HR WITH HIGHER GUSTS. GUSTAV IS EXPECTED TO BECOME A HURRICANE LATER TODAY.
28.08.2008 – Havana, 02.00 AM – The Government of Cuba has replaced the hurricane warning for the province of Granma with a Tropical Storm warning due to hurricane Gustav being downgraded to tropical storm after battering Haiti and Dominican Republic where it left 22 people dead. All other hurricane watches and warnings have been discontinued for Cuba. The storm is expected to pass between Cuba and Jamaica, probably hitting the western tip of Cuba in Pinar del Rio province, before heading into the Gulf of Mexico. At 02.00 AM local time the eye of tropical storm Gustav was estimated about 165km (105 miles) south-southwest of Guantanamo and 130km (80 miles) east-northeast of Kingston, Jamaica.
27.08.2008, 12:00 m. – AT NOON OF TODAY THE CENTER OF TROPICAL STORM GUSTAV WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 18.8 NORTH, LONGITUDE 74.0 WEST OR ABOUT 180 KM, WEST OF PORT AU PRINCE HAITI AND ABOUT 200 KM SOUTHEAST OF GUANTANAMO CUBA. GUSTAV IS MOVING TOWARD THE WEST-NORTHWEST NEAR 7 KM/HR. A EST-NORTHWEST TO WEST TRACK IS FORECAST DURING THE NEXT DAY OR TWO WITH A GRADUAL INCREASE IN FORWARD SPEED. ON THE FORECAST TRACK GUSTAV SHOULD PASS BETWEEN JAMAICA AND THE SOUTHEASTERN COAST OF CUBA ON THURSDAY. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS ARE NEAR 95 KM/HR WITH HIGHER GUSTS. SLOW STRENGTHENING IS FORECAST ONCE GUSTAV MOVES AWAY FROM HAITI AND THE STORM COULD REGAIN HURRICANE STRENGTH WITHIN THE NEXT DAY OR TWO. TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS EXTEND OUTWARD UP TO 85 KM FROM THE CENTER.
27.08.2008 – Hurricane Gustav, which is nearing the south coast of Cuba has weakened while interacting with the terrain of Haiti, the winds have decreased to 95km/hour, which means that it has lost its status of hurricane. However, it is expected to regain hurricane strength later today or tomorrow once it clears the peninsula of Haiti. Gustav should pass between southeastern coast of Cuba and Jamaica some time today and on Thursday. At 06.00 GMT Gustav was located about 215km (135 miles) southeast of Guantanamo. Hurricane watch remains in effect for the cuban provinces of Las Tunas, Holguin, Santiago de Cuba, Granma and Guantanamo. Fidel Castro issued an essay that mentioned the hurricane, saying Cuba's government "guarantees no one will be forgotten."
26.08.2008, Havana 15.00 GMT - The Government of Cuba has extended a hurricane watch to 36 hours in the areas of Holguin and Las Tunas, while a warning has been issued for the areas of Guantanamo, Santiago de Cuba and Granma. The hurricane Gustav is approaching the south coast of Haiti. The hurricane is expected to be just south of Cuba by Wednesday, the National Hurricane Centre said.
26.08.2008, 12:00 m. – During the morning, Gustav has continued intensifying and now their maintained maximum winds of 150 Kms/h, with superiors gusts of wind. Its central pressure is handicapped to 981 hectoPascal, reason why it continues like a hurricane in the upper limit of Category 1 Saffir-Simpson scale. Gustav moves with course next to the Northwest and maintains its speed of 15 Kms/h. At noon of today, the center of the Gustav Hurricane was located near latitude 18,0 North, longitute 72,5 west, position that locates to about 70 kms southeast of Port Prince, Haiti and 350 kms southeast of Guantánamo, Cuba.
26.08.2007. Havana 0900 GMT - The Government of Cuba has issued a hurricane watch for the Cuban provinces of Las Tunas, Granma, Holguin, Santiago de Cuba and Guantanamo. A hurricane watch means that hurricane conditions are possible withing the area generally within 36 hours. Interest in Central and Western Cuba as well as the Cayman Islands should closely monitor the progress of Gustav. At 09.00 GMT the center of Hurricane Gustav was located near latitude 17.2 North, longitute 71.9 west OR 480 km southeast of Guantanamo. Gustav is moving toward the northwest near 15km/hour and this motion is expected to continue today with a turn toward the west-northwest and a decrease in forward speed. On this track Gustav shoudl move over southwestern Haiti later today and near or just south of Cuba on Wednesday. Maximum sustained winds are 140 km/hour which means that Gustav is category one hurricane, although in can become category two later on today.
26.08.2008, 2:00 a.m. - TROPICAL STORM GUSTAV BECOMES HURRICANE AND HEADS TOWARD CUBA - Tropical Storm Gustav grew into a hurricane Tuesday after emerging in the Caribbean, threatening Haiti with powerful winds less than two weeks after the country was hit by a deadly storm Fay. 'Reports from an air force hurricane aircraft indicate that Gustav has become a hurricane with maximum winds near 80 mph (130 kilometers per hour),' the US National Hurricane Center said in a 2:20 am (0620 GMT) advisory. The neighboring Dominican Republic, which shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti, also issued a hurricane warning for the southwest of the country. Gustav formed over the Caribbean Sea on Monday, becoming the seventh tropical storm of the 2008 Atlantic hurricane season. The storm was expected to dump five to seven inches of rain over Hispaniola (Haiti and Dominican Republic), with isolated maximum accumulations of up to 25 inches possible, threatening to produce flash floods and mudslides, the hurricane center said. The eye of the storm was expected to be near Haiti's coast Tuesday afternoon, it said. Gustav was about 210 kilometers (130 miles) southeast of Port-au-Prince at around 0600 GMT, the center said. A hurricane center map forecasting the storm's trajectory showed Gustav heading toward Cuba after striking Haiti.
25.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be partially cloudy and cloudy in some localities, with some showers and thunderstorms in the West and Center, those that will be isolated in the rest of the country. Maximum temperatures will be between 32-35 C, superiors in the Eastern South portion, whereas at night there are values between 25-28 C. The winds will be variable weak and with breezes. There will be surge in the Eastern North coast, little surge in the Center as well as from Punta de Maisí to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the coasts, the sea will remain calm.
24.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be partially cloudy and one will become cloudy in the afternoon with some showers and thunderstorms until the dusk. The day will be warm, with maximum temperatures between 32-35 C, superiors in localities of the interior. At night there will be values between 25-28 C. The winds will be variable weak with marine breezes in afternoon up to 20 Kms/h. There will be little surge in the western and Eastern North coast. In the rest of the coasts the sea will remain calm.
23.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be partially cloudy and one will become cloudy in localities of the interior and the North coast of the West and Center with some showers and thunderstorms, those that will be isolated in the rest of the country. It will be another warm day, with temperatures in afternoon between 32-35 C, superiors in localities of the Eastern south, whereas at night there are values between 25-28 C. Will predominate the weak variable winds, with breeze regime in afternoon up to 20 Kms/h. There will be little surge in the Western and Eastern North coast. In the rest of the coasts, the sea will remain calm.
22.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be partially cloudy and one will become cloudy with some showers and thunderstorms in zones of the interior that will be isolated in the rest of the country. The day will be warm, with maximum temperatures in afternoon between 32-35 C, superiors in localities of the Eastern south. At night the temperatures will descend to be between 25-28 C. The winds will blow of South region in the West and center with speeds between 10-25 Kms/h, superiors in zones of the North coast. In the Eastern region they will be variable weak with marine breezes in afternoon up to 20 Kms/h. There will be surge in the Western North coast, that will fall gradually to little surge. In the rest of the coasts the sea will remain calm.
21.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be partially cloudy and one will become cloudy in localities of the interior and the North coast of the West and Center with some showers and thunderstorms, those that will be isolated in the rest of the country. It will be another warm day, with temperatures in afternoon between 32-35 C, superiors in localities of the Eastern south, whereas at night there are values between 25-28 C. Will predominate the weak variable winds, with breeze regime in afternoon up to 20 Kms/h. There will be little surge in the Western and Eastern North coast. In the rest of the coasts, the sea will remain calm.
20.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be partially cloudy and one will become cloudy with some showers and thunderstorms in zones of the interior that will be isolated in the rest of the country. The day will be warm, with maximum temperatures in afternoon between 32-35 C, superiors in localities of the Eastern south. At night the temperatures will descend to be between 25-28 C. The winds will blow of South region in the West and center with speeds between 10-25 Kms/h, superiors in zones of the North coast. In the Eastern region they will be variable weak with marine breezes in afternoon up to 20 Kms/h. There will be surge in the Western North coast, that will fall gradually to little surge. In the rest of the coasts the sea will remain calm.
19.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be cloudy to a large extent of the country with the occurrence of numerous showers and rains from Matanzas to Camaguey that can be strong and intense in some localities, mainly in mountainous zones and of the South coast. In the rest of the country will continue happening some showers that will be falling gradually. Maximum temperatures will be between 28-31 C, up to 32 C in the Eastern region, those that can be something inferiors in the rain areas. At night the temperatures will be between 25-28 C. In the Western and Central regions will blow winds with speeds between 15-30 Kms/h, with gusts of wind, falling from afternoon. In the Eastern region they will blow of the Southeast up to 25 kilometers per hour. There will be forts swells with danger to navigation in both coasts Western and Central, with coastal floods in low zones of the western North coast and surge in both Eastern coasts.
18.08.2008, 12:00 m. – The center of Fay continues moving away of Cuba. However, there will today remain showers and rains, mainly in the provinces of Cienfuegos, Villa Clara, S. Spíritus and Ciego de Avila, that will be strong and intense in some localities, these rains are associate to bands of feeding of Fay.
18.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – At the end of this dawn Fay penetrated in Cuba by the environs of Peninsula de Zapata, Matanzas. By the observations of the weather stations of that province, Fay was located this morning in the 22,8 degrees of North latitude and 80,8 degrees of west longitude, in the municipality of Colon, Matanzas. Fay now has a movement next to the North to about 25 Kms/h. By this time it center is very next to leave to the sea by the environs of the city of Cardenas, Matanzas. It maintains winds of 85 Kms/h and with a central pressure of 1003 hectoPascal. Today the sky will be cloudy to a large extent of the country with the occurrence of numerous showers and rains from Matanzas to Camaguey that can be strong and intense in some localities, mainly in mountainous zones and of the South coast. In the rest of the country they will continue happening some showers that will be falling gradually. Maximum temperatures will be between 28-31 C, up to 32 C in the Eastern region, those that can be something inferiors in the rain areas. At night the temperatures will be between 25 -28 C. In the Western and Central regions the wind will blow with speeds between 15-30 Kms/h, with gusts of wind, falling from afternoon. In the Eastern region they will blow of the Southeast up to 25 Kms/h. There will be strong swells with danger to navigation in both Western and Central coasts, with coastal floods in low zones of the western North coast and surge in both Eastern coasts.
18.18.2008 - 00.00h Tropical storm Fay has struck Cuba's south coast with high winds and heavy rains, continuing its deadly trail across the Caribbean. Western and central areas of Cuba, and the Florida Keys are being evacuated. Jose Rubiera, Cuba's chief meteorologist, said that civil defence officials were mostly concerned about the effects of torrential rain. Rains up to 20cm (8 inches) were possible, he said. In the southern coastal city of Niquero, the authorities converted a hotel into a shelter for evacuees.
17.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – Tropical Storm Fay At 800 am EDT...1200 UTC...the center of Tropical Storm Fay was located near latitude 20.0 north...longitude 78.0 west or about 100 miles...160 km...south of Camaguey, Cuba. Fay is moving toward the west-northwest near 20 Kms/h. A turn to the northwest with a decrease in forward speed is expected within the next 24 hours...with a turn to the north-northwest expected by late Monday. Fay is expected to move very near the South Coast of Cuba today...cross central Cuba overnight tonight... and emerge into the southeastern Gulf of Mexico on Monday. Maximum sustained winds are near 85 Kms/h...with higher gusts. Some strengthening is forecast during the next 24 hours and Fay could be approaching hurricane strength when it reaches central Cuba. Although some weakening is likely as Fay crosses Cuba. Tropical storm force winds extend outward up to 165 Kms from the center. The estimated minimum central pressure is 1003 mb...29.62 inches. Fay is expected to produce total rainfall accumulations of 4 to 8 inches over much of Cuba...with isolated maximum amounts of 15 inches. These rains could produce life-threatening flash floods and mud slides. In Cuba the sky will be predominantly cloudy with showers, rains and thunderstorms to a large extent of the country, that will be strong and locally intense in zones of the South and mountainous coast of the Central and Eastern region. Maximum temperatures will be between 28-31 C, up to 32 C in the Western region. At night there will be values between 25-28 C. The winds will blow of the Northeast in the West and Center with speeds between 15-30 Kms/h, with gusts of wind superiors mainly in coastal zones of the Central region. In the Eastern region the winds will blow of the Southeast between 45-60 Kms/h, with gusts of wind superiors. In both Eastern coasts dangerous swells for navigation with coastal floods will happen from Punta de Maisí to Cabo Cruz. In the western North coast and both coasts of the Central region there will be surge and in the Western South coast the little surge will stay.
16.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The storm clouds with numerous rains will predominate mainly from Camaguey to Guantánamo that can be strong in mountainous zones. In the western and central North coast one will become cloudy and will happen occasional showers. In the rest of the central and Eastern regions it will be partially cloudy and one will become cloudy in afternoon in some localities of the interior just by isolated showers and electrical storms until the dusk. The temperatures in afternoon will oscillate between 31-34 C, inferiors in the Eastern region. At night, the temperatures will be between 25-28 C. In the Eastern region the winds will blow of Northeastern region with speeds between 20-35 Kms/h, with gusts of wind superiors. In the rest of the country they will blow of the Northeast between 10-25 Kms/h, that will arrive up to 30 Kms/h in zones of the North coast. There will be surge in the North coast of Eastern half, as well as from Punta de Maisí to Cabo Cruz, that will be increased gradually to swells with danger for the shallow-draft vessels. In the rest of the coasts, there will be little surge.
15.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be with a few clouds in the morning and one will become cloudy in the afternoon in localities of the interior with isolated showers and thunderstorms until the dusk. There will be much heat with maximum temperatures in the afternoon between 33-36 C, superiors in some localities of the interior of the Eastern South portion. At night there will be values between 26-29 C. The winds will be variable weak with coastal breeze regime in the afternoon up to 20 Kms/h. There will be little surge in both Eastern coasts; in the rest of the coasts the sea to remain it calm.
14.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be partially cloudy to a large extent of the country and one will become cloudy in localities of the interior with isolate showers and thunderstorms that will extend the dusk. The time will be warm with maximum temperatures between 32-35 C, superiors in some localities of the interior. At night the temperatures will descend to be between 25-28 C. The winds will be variable weak with coastal breeze regime up to 20 Kms/h. The little surge in the Eastern North coast will stay and in the rest of the coasts the sea will remain calm.
13.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be with a few clouds to a large extent of the country. From the end in the morning the cloudiness will be increased to become cloudy in the afternoon, with some showers and thunderstorms in zones of the interior, those that will be isolated in the rest of the national territory. There will be much heat mainly in the evening with maximum temperatures between 32-35 C, superiors in some localities of the interior, mainly in the Eastern south. At night the temperatures will be between 25-28 C. The winds will be variable weak with marine breeze regime in afternoon up to 20 Kms/h until the dusk. The little surge in the Eastern North coast will stay, whereas in the rest of the coasts the sea remains calm.
12.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – Afternoon one will become cloudy to a large extent of the country with some showers and thunderstorms, those that will be more often in the Western and Central regions. The day will be warm, with maximum temperatures between 32-35 C, superiors in some localities, and at night will oscillate between 25-28 C. The winds will blow from the East with speeds between 10-25 Kms/h until the dusk. There will be little surge in the North coast, as well as from Punta de Maisí to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the South coast the sea will remain calm. To remember that in the areas of showers and thunderstorms as much the wind force as the height of the waves is increased.
11.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – Afternoon one will become cloudy to a large extent of the country with some showers and thunderstorms, those that will be more often in the Western and Central regions. The day will be warm, with maximum temperatures between 32-35 C, superiors in some localities, and at night will oscillate between 25-28 C. The winds will blow from the East with speeds between 10-25 Kms/h until the dusk. There will be little surge in the North coast, as well as from Punta de Maisí to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the South coast the sea will remain calm. To remember that in the areas of showers and thunderstorms as much the wind force as the height of the waves is increased.
10.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – Afternoon one will become cloudy to a large extent of the country with some showers and thunderstorms, those that will be more often in the Western and Central regions. The day will be warm, with maximum temperatures between 32-35 C, superiors in some localities, and at night will oscillate between 25-28 C. The winds will blow from the East with speeds between 10-25 Kms/h until the dusk. There will be little surge in the North coast, as well as from Punta de Maisí to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the South coast the sea will remain calm. To remember that in the areas of showers and thunderstorms as much the wind force as the height of the waves is increased.
07.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – Afternoon one will become cloudy to a large extent of the country with some showers and thunderstorms, those that will be more often in the Western and Central regions. The day will be warm, with maximum temperatures between 32-35 C, superiors in some localities, and at night will oscillate between 25-28 C. The winds will blow from the East with speeds between 10-25 Kms/h until the dusk. There will be little surge in the North coast, as well as from Punta de Maisí to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the South coast the sea will remain calm. To remember that in the areas of showers and thunderstorms as much the wind force as the height of the waves is increased.
06.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The cloudiness will be abundant in all the country with some showers and thunderstorms in the West and Center, those that will be isolated in the rest and will extend until the night. It will be another warm day with maximum temperatures between 32-35 C, and minimum tonight between 24-27 C, superiors in the Eastern region. The winds will blow from the East with speeds between 10-25 Kms/h until the dusk. There will be surge in the North coast of Eastern half and little surge in the rest of the coasts.
05.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be cloudy with some showers and thunderstorms in the Eastern region, as well as in localities of the interior and the south of the Western and Central regions, those that will be isolated in rest of the archipelago and they will extend until the dusk. It will continue the heat, with temperatures between 32 and 35 Celsius degrees, superiors in some localities, whereas at night they are between 25 and 28 Celsius degrees. The winds will blow from the East with speeds between 10 and 25 kilometers per hour. There will be surge in the Eastern North coast, little surge in the central north, as well as from Punta de Maisí to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the coasts, the sea will remain calm.
04.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be cloudy with some showers and thunderstorms in the Eastern region, as well as in localities of the interior and the south of the Western and Central regions, those that will be isolated in rest of the archipelago and they will extend until the dusk. It will continue the heat, with temperatures between 32 and 35 Celsius degrees, superiors in some localities, whereas at night they are between 25 and 28 Celsius degrees. The winds will blow from the East with speeds between 10 and 25 kilometers per hour. There will be surge in the Eastern North coast, little surge in the central north, as well as from Punta de Maisí to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the coasts, the sea will remain calm.
03.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be cloudy with some showers and thunderstorms in the Eastern region, as well as in localities of the interior and the south of the Western and Central regions, those that will be isolated in rest of the archipelago and they will extend until the dusk. It will continue the heat, with temperatures between 32 and 35 Celsius degrees, superiors in some localities, whereas at night they are between 25 and 28 Celsius degrees. The winds will blow from the East with speeds between 10 and 25 kilometers per hour. There will be surge in the Eastern North coast, little surge in the central north, as well as from Punta de Maisí to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the coasts, the sea will remain calm.
01.08.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be cloudy with some showers and thunderstorms in the Eastern region, as well as in localities of the interior and the south of the Western and Central regions, those that will be isolated in rest of the archipelago and they will extend until the dusk. It will continue the heat, with temperatures between 32 and 35 Celsius degrees, superiors in some localities, whereas at night they are between 25 and 28 Celsius degrees. The winds will blow from the East with speeds between 10 and 25 kilometers per hour. There will be surge in the Eastern North coast, little surge in the central north, as well as from Punta de Maisí to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the coasts, the sea will remain calm.
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