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Weather News for July 2009:
2009-07-31 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly clear blue skies and sunny all day for most of Cuba, apart of the Eastern part, where some short-term showers and thunderstorms are expected. The day will be very warm, with temperature between 32-35 degrees Celsius, reaching maximum of 36 in zones of the inland, whereas at night it will drop to 25-28 degrees Celsius. Eastern wind will blow with speed between 10-25 km per hour; the strongest one is expected on the North coast, but never exceeding the speed of 30 km per hour. Some unrest of the sea is expected in all of the North coast; in the rest of Cuba the sea will remain predominantly calm.
2009-07-30 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today’s weather won’t be much different from yesterday, meaning it will be mostly sunny with some clouds and eventually cloudy in the afternoon, mainly in zones of the inland and South of the provinces where some short-term showers and thunderstorms are expected. Another hot day is expected with maximum temperature between 31–34 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in some parts of the South-east region. The winds will be weak reaching speed of 25 km per hour, although on the North-east coast they could blow harder causing some roughness in the Eastern coasts, while in the rest of coast it will be predominantly calm with just a little disturbance of the sea at times.
2009-07-29 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will start sunny but soon a few clouds will appear; they will become denser in the afternoon bringing some short-term showers and thunderstorms which will be quite strong in the central and southern parts. The heat will continue with maximum temperature between 31–34 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will drop to 25–28 degrees Celsius. The winds will be weak; the most you will experience is a coastal breeze reaching maximum speed of 25 km per hour. There will be some unrest of the sea on Eastern coasts, while in the rest of the country the sea will be predominantly calm.
2009-07-28 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The day will be warm, especially in the South and South-East where the Celsius scale will reach 35 degrees Celsius. The temperature will drop down to 28 degrees Celsius in the evening. The sky will be mostly clear; some clouds will appear in the afternoon bringing short-term showers and thunderstorms, which, in some parts of the inland and South of the Mainland and Eastern, could extend until the dusk. The Eastern wind will blow with speed between 10-25 km per hour, somewhat stronger in zones of the North-east coast. There will be some unrest of the sea in the East, while in the rest of Cuba the sea will be mild.
2009-07-27 15:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly clear blue skies and sunny in the morning getting partially cloudy in the afternoon, mainly in zones of the West and inland, where some short-term showers and thunderstorms are expected. Another hot day is expected throughout Cuba. Maximum temperatures will be between 32-35 degrees Celsius, reaching 36 in some parts of the South-east. At night it will be less hot, 24-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak in the morning; in the afternoon the Atlantic might bring stronger airstream, but nothing to spoil your day, the speed won’t exceed 25 km per hour. The sea will be calm throughout the country, except for the North-East region where the afore-mentioned Atlantic wind may cause a slight unrest of the ocean.
2009-07-25 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly sunny with maximum temperature reaching 35 degrees Celsius throughout Cuba, except for the South-East region where it will be even hotter. The sky will be only occasionally cloudy in the afternoon, most likely on the West and mainland, with some short-term showers and thunderstorms. At night the temperature will drop to 26-29 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak, but it could reach 25 km per hour on the North coast. There will be unrest of the sea in the North coast, particularly in the Eastern part, while the South region will see another predominantly calm sea.
2009-07-24 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The summer weather will continue throughout the country reaching temperature as high as 35 degrees Celsius, particularly in the areas of Granma, Santiago de Cuba and Guantanamo. The night will be somewhat less hot with maximum temperature of 28 degrees Celsius. Some clouds may appear in zones of the inland but they won’t spoil your day. Occasional showers and thunderstorms are possible, mainly from the West to Mainland, however they will be short-term. The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean reaching maximum speed of 25 km per hour. The sea will be predominantly calm throughout the country, although some unrest is expected in the North-East.
2009-07-23 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Maximum temperatures will be between 31-34 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in zones of the inland dropping down to 25–28 degrees Celsius at night. It will be mostly sunny in the morning with some scattered clouds; some showers and thuderstorms are expected in the afternoon, mostly in the Mainland and scarce for the rest of Cuba. The winds will be weak, reaching its peak sometime in the afternoon when it is expected speed between 10-25 km per hour. There will be some unrest of the sea in the North Eastern and South coast, while the North West region will see another hot day with a calm sea.
2009-07-22 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will be sunny with a few clouds, which will become denser in the afternoon, bringing some showers and thunderstorm, particularly in the Mainland and Eastern parts. Morning temperature will be between 26-29 degrees Celsius; it will rise to 31–34 degrees Celsius in the afternoon coming down to 24-27 at night. The wind will be blowing from the Atlantic ocean for most of Cuba, reaching average speed of 20 km per hour, blowing stronger in the areas affected by showers and thunderstorms. It will cause some roughness of the sea in the North coast, while in the rest of Cuba the sea will be calm.
2009-07-21 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The day will be familiarly hot throughout Cuba except for the East and Mainland regions where the scarce clouds in the morning will become denser in the afternoon, bringing along some showers and electrical storms. The rest of Cuba will experience another hot day with maximum temperature between 31-34 degrees Celsius during the day and 24-27 at night. The wind will blow from the North-east, with speed between 10-25 km per hour, reaching maximum of 30 in zones of the North-eastern coast. There will be unrest of the sea in the Eastern coasts and slightly for the rest of North coast, while the South region will see another day with a calm sea.
2009-07-20 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. There will be some clouds in the Eastern part of Cuba; they will become denser in the afternoon bringing some showers and thunderstorms in the East and central regions, while in the rest of the country rain will be sporadic. Nevertheless, it will be another hot day with maximum temperature between 31–34 degrees Celsius, dropping down to 24–27 degrees Celsius at night. The winds will be weak. The strongest air current is expected in the East where the winds from the Atlantic Ocean will reach speed around 30 km per hour. The winds blowing from the Atlantic will cause some unrest of the sea all over North coast, while in the rest it will predominantly calm.
2009-07-18 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Another typical hot day in Cuba. The maximum temperature will be in the afternoon, ranging from 32-35 degrees Celsius, reaching its peaks in some parts of the South-east, whereas at night it will drop to 26-29 degrees Celsius. The morning will be sunny with a few clouds, but it will soon turn partially cloudy in the afternoon bringing some short-terms showers and thunderstorms, especially zones of the interior. The winds will be mostly weak; some marine breezes are expected in the West and Mainland, but none of the air currents will be exceeding 25 km per hour. There will be surge in both Eastern coast and little surge in the rest of the coast.
2009-07-17 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Another hot day we’ll have today. It will be hot straight from the sunrise and the heat will reach its peak sometime in the evening when it is expected temperature between 32-35 degrees Celsius. Later on, into the night, it will drop to 26-29 degrees Celsius. Sunny and hot all day with some white fluffy clouds at time, mainly in the afternoon when some short-term showers are expected in zones of the interior. The wind will be weak for the most of Cuba with a slightly breezy in the afternoon. Some unrest of the sea is expected in the Eastern, while in rest of coast it will be mild.
2009-07-16 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will sunny straight from the sunrise with maximum temperature reaching 34 degrees Celsius throughout Cuba, except for some localities of the interior where it will be even hotter. The sky will be only occasionally cloudy in the afternoon, most likely on the Western where is possible short-term showers and electrical storms. At night the temperature will drop to 25-28 degrees Celsius. Wind will be variably weak, with some moments of complete calmness. The sea will be calm, although some northern parts may experience some roughness.
2009-07-15 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. We will have another hot day in Cuba, mainly in the afternoon when the temperature will reach its maximum at 34 degrees Celsius. In the evening it will be equally hot with 28 degrees Celsius, so expect another restless night. It will be mostly sunny in the morning with just some scattered clouds; more clouds may appear in the afternoon that might bring occasional showers and thunderstorms, mainly in zones of the West and Mainland. The winds will be weak, with marine breezes up to 25 km per hour. Unrest of the sea is expected in the Eastern coasts, while in the rest, the sea will remain predominantly calm.
2009-07-14 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The sky will be mostly clear; some clouds will appear in the afternoon bringing short-term showers and thunderstorms, which, in some parts, could extend until the dusk. The day will be hot with maximum temperature between 31-34 degrees Celsius, superiors in some localities of the interior. It will drop down to 29 degrees Celsius in the evening. The winds will be variable weak with regime of breezes in the evening up to 20 km per hour. There will be surge in the north east littoral and little surge in the rest of the coasts during the evening.
2009-07-13 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will be sunny with few clouds and temperature around 30 degrees Celsius; showers are expected in the afternoon, mostly from Camaguey to Guantanamo. Toward the afternoon the temperature will reach its maximum, 35 degrees Celsius while it will be slightly less hot at night – between 25-28 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak, but it will blow constantly in the afternoon from the North to North-east, reaching maximum speed around 25 km per hour. There will be unrest of the sea in the North-east coast and just a little disturbance of the sea for the rest of Cuba.
2009-07-11 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The heat season continues with another hot day with maximum temperature around 34 degrees Celsius and 36 degrees Celsius in some parts of the South-east. The night will be less warm, but hot nevertheless with a temperature between 25–28 degrees Celsius. The morning will be partially cloudy; the cloudiness will increase in the afternoon to a large part of Cuba with a possibility of some showers and electrical storms in zones of the West and Mainland, that will be scarce in the East. The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean with speed between 10-25 km per hour. There will be a unrest of the sea in the Mainland North coast, as well as in both Eastern coast, while the rest of Cuba will see another hot day with a calm sea.
2009-07-10 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will be slightly overcast in the western and South-eastern parts of Cuba. As the day approaches noon it will turn cloudy bringing some showers and thunderstorms, mainly in the South-east portion and scarce for the rest of the country. Nevertheless, the day will still be hot with maximum temperature between 32-35 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in some parts of the interior and dropping down to 26-29 degrees Celsius at night. The winds will come from the Atlantic ocean, not exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. The sea will be predominantly calm, with some unrest in the Eastern and Mainland coast.
2009-07-09 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will be mostly sunny; some clouds will arrive in the afternoon in zones of the interior bringing some showers and thunderstorms until the dusk. The heat continues with maximum temperature between 31–34 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will be 25–28 degrees Celsius. South-eastern winds won’t exceed the speed of 25 km per hour in the West. The sea will be mostly calm, although some rough waves could be seen in the Eastern and north Mainland coast.
2009-07-08 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will be clear off clouds, starting off another hot day with maximum temperature around 34 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop to 28 degrees Celsius. Some clouds may appear in the afternoon, bringing short-term showers and thunderstorms in zones of the interior. The south-eastern wind will blow straight from the sunrise, but it won’t exceed the speed of 25 km per hour. It will be weak for the rest of Cuba. There will be slight unrest of the sea in the East, while in the rest of Cuba the sea will be mild.
2009-07-07 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The day will be extremely hot, especially in the South and South-East where the Celsius scale will reach over 34 degrees Celsius. The temperature will drop down to 28 degrees Celsius in the evening. The morning will be clear off clouds. Some clouds may appear in the afternoon, bringing short-term showers and thunderstorms, especially in zones of the interior and could be stronger in the Mainland. The wind will be weak, blowing at a speed of 25 km per hour in coastal zones. The sea will predominantly calm; some roughness is expected in the South and North East coast.
2009-07-06 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Sunny and hot day with some scattered clouds, getting cloudy in the afternoon with some showers and electrical storms, mainly in zones of the interior and South and scarce for the rest of Cuba. The heat season continues with another hot day with maximum temperature around 34 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in some parts of the interior. The night will be less warm, but hot nevertheless with a temperature between 26-29 degrees Celsius. Wind will be weak with maximum speed of 20 km per hour and it’ll die completely at night. There will be unrest of the sea in both Eastern coast, while in the rest of Cuba the sea will be predominantly calm.
2009-07-04 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly clear blue skies and sunny. As the day approaches afternoon it will turn partially cloudy for most of Cuba bringing some short-term showers and thunderstorms, mainly in zones of the interior and South. The day will be hot with maximum temperatures between 31-34 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in the Eastern part. The night will be less warmer, but hot nevertheless with temperatures in the range of 25-28 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak; it won’t exceed speed of 25 km per hour. There will be unrest of the sea in the North-east coast and calm sea for the rest of Cuba.
2009-07-03 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. This morning will see clear blue sky and sun, good visibility and atmosphere and will continue to be so until the afternoon when the sky will eventually cloudy with the ocurrence of some showers and thunderstorms, mainly in zones of the interior. The showers and storms will be scarce in the rest of the country. The day will be hot with maximum temperature of 31-34 degrees Celsius for most of Cuba, while South-East can experience 36 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop to 25–28 degrees Celsius, so expect another hot evening. The wind will be very weak in the morning, however, in the afternoon it will blow with breeze regime reaching speed of 25 km per hour. The sea will be predominantly calm throughout the country, except for the South-East region where we could expect some roughness.
2009-07-02 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The day will be extremely hot, with maximum temperature in the afternoon between 31-34 degrees Celsius, somewhat higher in some parts of the Eastern. At night it will drop to 26-29 degrees Celsius. The morning will bring few clouds, which could increased towards the noon and could become slightly overcast in the afternoon with some showers and thunderstorm. The sea will be slightly unrest throughout the country with a possible unrest on the North Eastern coast and the South Western and mainland, but only in the evening.
2009-07-01 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be clear and sunny day, apart from some morning periods in the West where occasional overcast sky is possible. Another warm day will bring maximum temperature between 31 and 34 Celsius, even high in some inland parts. The temperature will drop to 25-28 Celsius in the evening. Winds will be weak, except in the south-east areas where the speed can exceed 30 km per hour. There will be a little unrest of the sea in the south coast while in the rest of Cuba the sea will remain calm.
2009-06-30 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The summer condition will be dominant today in the whole of the country with maximum temperature around 30-33 degrees Celsius for most of Cuba. At night it will drop to 25-28 degrees Celsius, so expect another hot evening. The morning will be mostly sunny with ocassional clouds; the cloudiness will increase in the afternoon, particularly from Mainland to the East, with a possibility of some showers and electrical storms that will continue until the evening. In the rest of the coast the rain will be scarce. The wind will be variably weak, with some moments of complete calmness. Slight unrest of the sea is expected on the North and from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz, while in the rest of the coast it will be dead calm.
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