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Weather News for February 2009:
2009-02-28 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Sunny, clear blue skies and atmosphere with some small clouds occasionally in zones of the northern coast towards the noon. Temperature will reach its peak in the afternoon and it will be 27-30 degrees Celsius, 31 in the South-east portion, while it will drop to 18-21 degrees Celsius at night. The wind will blow from the South-east in the West and from the Atlantic Ocean in the rest of the country with speed between 10-25 km per hour, somewhat stronger in zones of the Eastern north coast. The sea will be predominantly calm with ocassional unrest all over the coast, except in the North Eastern part where the sea will be unrest.
2009-02-27 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Maximum temperature will be between 27-30 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in the South-east portion, whereas at night it will drop to 20-23 degrees Celsius. the sky will be mostly sunny all over the country, except in the Eastern part, where the overcast will bring some short-term showers and rains, mainly in zones of the northern coast. Thw wind will blow mainly from the Atlantic Ocean, reaching maximum speed of 30 km per hour. There will be unrest of the sea all over the north coast and just a little disturbance of the sea in the South coast.
2009-02-26 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today’s weather won’t be much different from yesterday, meaning it will be mostly sunny and warm, except in the Eastern part, where the overcast weather will predominate bringing some showers and rains. At night, the temperatures will drop to 19-22 degrees Celsius. Fairly strong winds will blow from the North-east to the East, with speed between 20-35 km per hour, somewhat stronger in zones of the northern coast. Dangerous waves with danger for shallow-draft vessels will persist all over the northern coasts. Some unrest of the sea is expected in the South.
2009-02-25 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly overcast in the Eastern with some showers and rains, mainly in zones of the northern coast. Clear blue skies and sunny in the rest of the country. This Wednesday will be warm with maximum temperature between 26-29 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in zones of the South-east, whereas at night it will drop to 21-24 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak from the Atlantic Ocean, reaching maximum of 30 km per hour, with higher gusts in zones of the northern coasts, causing big waves which could represent danger for shallow-draft vessels and swimmers. There will be calm sea in all South coast.
2009-02-24 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today will be a fresh day with maximum temperatures in the afternoon between 23-26 degrees Celsius, somewhat warmer in the Eastern part. The night will be modestly colder with temperatures in the range of 18-21 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic Ocean with speed between 15-30 km per hour, stronger in zones of the northern coasts, causing big waves which could represent danger for shallow-draft vessels and swimmers. There will be unrest of the sea in the rest of North coast and just a little disturbance of the sea in the South. The day will be mostly cloudy with sun intervals across the country, low rain probabilities in the West and some showers and rains in the Eastern north coast, mainly in the afternoon.
2009-02-23 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will be slightly overcast in the West and mostly sunny in the rest; the clouds will become denser toward the noon and remain like this until the dusk, with a possibility of isolated showers. The day will be fresh with maximum temperature between 25-28 degrees Celsius in the West; somewhat hotter in the East, dropping down to 19-22 degrees Celsius at night. Fairly weak winds will blow from the Atlantic Ocean, reaching speed of 25 km per hour, somewhat stronger in zones of the northern coast, causing big waves which could represent danger for tourists. Some unrest of the sea is expected throughout the country, apart from south region where the sea will remain calm.
2009-02-21 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today it will be very sunny and hot day with just a few clouds, mostly in the East, with a low rain probability. The temperature will be between 25-28 degrees Celsius, reaching maximum of 29 in the Eastern part, whereas at night it will drop to 21-24 degrees Celsius. The winds will be weak, never exceeding 30 km per hour, equivalent of a summer breeze. Some big waves are expected in the North-West, causing a danger for shallow-draft vessels and swimmers, while in the rest of Cuba the sea will be predominantly calm with ocassional unrest.
2009-02-20 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The sky will be mostly sunny with only ocassional clouds in the afternoon in zones of the northern coast with isolated short-term showers and rains. A pleasant day is expected for today with maximum temperatures around 25 degrees Celsius, somewhat warmer in the Eastern part.At night the temperature will drop down to 17-20 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the North to North-east with speed between 20-35 km per hour, lowest in the Eastern part, never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. There will be unrest of the sea in both Eastern coasts, slight unrest in the rest of the north coast and calm sea in the South.
2009-02-19 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Clear blue skies and sunny, good visibility and atmosphere all day. Another hot day with maximum temperatures between 27-30 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in Eastern part, whereas at night it will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the South-east to the East, never exceeding the speeed of 25 km per hour. There will be unrest of the sea in both Eastern coasts, slight unrest in the rest of the north coast and calm sea in the South.
2009-02-18 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Wednesday's predominant weather is forecast to be sunny across the country, with some ocassional clouds in the Eastern north coast. The day will be warm with temperatures between 25-28 degrees Celsius, reaching maximum of 31 in the South-east portion. At night it will drop to 19-22 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the South-east in the West and from the East in the rest of the country, with speed between 15-30 km per hour, with higher gusts in zones of the northern coast. There will be some dangerous waves with danger for shallow-draft vessels all over the north coasts, mainly in zones of the Eastern. In the South coast, the sea will be predominantly calm.
2009-02-17 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The sky will be mostly sunny and will become partially cloudy in the afternoon in zones of the North coast, mainly in the East, bringing some isolated showers. Maximum temperatures will be between 24-27 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in the South-east portion. The night will be modestly cold with temperatures in the range of 19-22 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak from the Atlantic ocean, never exceeding the speed of 30 km per hour. Some unrest of the sea is expected in all northern coast and calm sea in the rest.
2009-02-16 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly clear blue skies and sunny with only ocassional clouds in the afternoon in zones of the northern coast with isolated short-term showers and rains. The day will be warm, with maximum temperatures between 25-31 degrees Celsius, less warmer in zones of the northern coasts, whereas at night it will drop to 19-21 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak from the Atlantic ocean, never exceeding the speed of 30 km per hour. Slight unrest of the sea is expected in the West and Centre northern coast; there will become unrest toward the noon. In the rest of the coasts, the sea will be predominantly calm.
2009-02-14 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today’s weather won’t be much different from yesterday, meaning it will be sunny and hot with only ocassional clouds in the afternoon in zones of the Eastern part. The wind will be weak from the Atlantic ocean, with speed between 10-25 km pr hour. There will be unrest of the sea in the Eastern coasts and just a little disturbance of the sea in the rest of coasts.
2009-02-13 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Another hot day for today. The weather is forecasted to be sunny with clear blue skies and low rain probabilities. Some clouds in the afternoon across the country, but nothing to spoil your day. The wind will be weak from the Atlantic ocean, with speed between 10-25 km pr hour. Slight unrest of the sea is expected in all coasts, but they will be mostly noticeable in the North-East coast.
2009-02-12 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly clear blue skies and sunny, good visibility and atmosphere. Some clouds occasionally with low rain probabilities. Another hot day is expected with maximum temperatures between 28-31 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in the South-east portion. At night it will drop to 21-24 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from South-east in the West and from Atlantic ocean in the East, with average speed of 25 km per hour, somewhat stronger in zones of the East northern coast, where it will reach speed of 30 km per hour, causing dangerous waves with danger for shallow-draft vessels, as well as in the rest of the North coast. There will be unrest of the sea from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz and slight unrest in the rest of the South coast.
2009-02-11 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Very hot, reaching maximum of 31 degrees Celsius, sunny and just a few clouds at time, with low rain probabilities. The wind will blow from South-east in the West and from Atlantic ocean in the East, with average speed of 30 km per hour, somewhat stronger in zones of the East northern coast. As a consecuence, dangerous waves with danger for shallow-draft vessels will persist in the East and Centre northern coast; in the West the sea will be predominantly calm with ocassional unrest. There will be unrest of the sea from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz and slight unrest in the rest of the South coast.
2009-02-10 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly sunny with some ocassional clouds and low rain probabilities, except from Camaguey to Guantanamo, where the overcast weather will bring short-term showers and rains, mainly in the northern coast. Maximum temperatures will be between 26-29 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in the South-east, whereas at night it will drop to 20-23 degrees Celsius, reaching 24 in the Eastern region. The wind will be weak, blowing mostly from Atlantic ocean with speed between 15-30 km per hour, with higher gusts in zones of the North coast. Dangerous waves with danger for shallow-draft vessels will persist all over the Eastern coasts. Some unrest of the sea is expected in the rest of the north coast and just a little disturbance in the South.
2009-02-09 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. A pleasant day is expected for today with maximum temperatures around 25-28 degrees Celsius. Clear blue skies and sunny, very good visibility and low rain probabilities, except in the afternoon, when some clouds might arrive, but nothing to spoil your day. Thw wind will blow from the North-east, never exceeding the speed of 30 km per hour all over the country, apart from the Eastern North coast, where it will be stronger. There will be some dangerous swells in the North-East coast, unrest of the sea in the West and Centre northern coasts, as well as from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the South coast, the sea will be predominantly calm with occasional unrest.
2009-02-07 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today’s weather won’t be much different from yesterday, meaning it will be mostly cloudy with some showers and rains, mainly in zones of the north coast and isolated in the rest. Another fresh day is expected with maximum temperatures between 21-24 degrees Celsius, reaching maximum of 26 in the South-east portion. The wind will be fairly strong from the North-east to the East with average speed of 30 km per hour, somewhat stronger in zones of the North-east coast. Dangerous waves with danger for shallow-draft vessels will persist all over North coasts. There will be unrest of the sea in the South coast of Pinar del Rio and Isla de la Juventud, as well as from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the South coast, the sea will be predominantly calm with occasional unrest.
2009-02-06 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The overcast weather will persist today, bringing ocassional showers and rains, mainly in zones of the North coasts and isolated in the rest of the country until the dusk. The day will be more warmer than yesterday, reaching maximum of 21 degrees Celsius in the West, somewhat warmer in the East, whereas at night it will drop to 14-17 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the North-east with speed between 20-35 km per hour, stronger in zones of northern coast. As a result, dangerous waves will persist all over North coast. In the south, the sea will be predominantly calm with occasional unrest.
2009-02-05 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The day will be cold with temperature between 17-20 degrees Celsius, reaching 26 in the Eastern part. The night will be somewhat colder with temperatures in the range of 15-18 degrees Celsius. The overcast weather, which will start from the sunrise, will continue throughout the day, with sun intervals and low rain probabilities, except in the East and Centre, where one can expected some isolated showers until the dusk. The wind will blow from the NOrth to North-east with speed between 20-35 km per hour, with higher gust in zones of the northern coasts, but they will die down toward the evening. Dangerous waves with danger for shallo-draft vessels will persist all over North coasts. In the south, the sea will be predominantly calm with occasional unrest.
2009-02-04 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly sunny with some clouds in the West and Centre that will increase to partially cloudy towards the noon with isolated showers. The overcast weather will predominate in the rest of the country, bringing some showers and rains from the Centre to the East, as the clouds move towards the East. Maximum temperatures will be between 19-22 degrees Celsius, arriving at 27 in the South-East, whereas at night it will drop to 15-18 degrees Celsius. The winds will be fairly weak from the North, never exceeding the speed of 30 km per hour. Dangerous waves with danger for shallo-draft vessels will persist all over North coasts. In the south, the sea will be predominantly calm with occasional unrest.
2009-02-03 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. In the West of Cuba it will be mainly cloudy with possible short term showers and thunderstorms that will die down in the afternoon, as the clouds move towards the centre of the country. In the East, it will be predominantly sunny with isolated clouds and rain. The day will be pleasant in the West with maximum temperature between 22-25 degrees Celsius, reaching 29 degrees Celsius in the rest of the country, somewhat hotter in the South-east. The night will be modestly cold with temperatures in the range of 17-20 degrees Celsius, fresher in zones of the West and warmer in the East. The winds will be present from the North in the West and Centre where they will reach a speed of 35 km per hour, with higher gusts. There will be weak in the rest of the country toward the noon, when they will start blowing from the North-east with speed around 30 km per hour. They can cause some big waves, which can be dangerous for shallow-draft vessels in all of the North coast. In the south, the sea will be predominantly calm with occasional unrest.
2009-02-02 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The day will be warm, with maximum temperatures between 29-32 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will drop to 19-22 degrees Celsius. It will be partially cloudy with sun intervals in the East and Centre; some isolated showers are expected. In the Western region it would be cloudy in the afternoon with some showers and rains, mainly in zones of Pinar del Rio. The wind will blow from the South-east to the South in the West and Centre with speed between 15-30 k per hour. There will be weak in the rest of the country, reaching maximum of 25 km per hour, somewhat stronger in the northern coasts. Some unrest of the sea is expected in the Eastern coasts and a little disturbance of the sea in the rest. Late in the afternoon, there will be unrest of the sea in the West northern coast.
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