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Weather News for June 2010:
2010-06-30 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly cloudy with sun intervals and occassional rains from Pinar del Rio to Ciego de Avila province, mainly in the afternoon and until the dusk. In the rest of the country, the rain will be short-term and sporadic. A typical hot summer day in Cuba is expected today. The heat will reach average temperature in the range of 31-34 degrees Celsius. Evening comes, the temperature will drop to 25-28 degrees Celsius. The wind will be variable weak with speed between 10-25 km per hour. Some unrest of the sea is expected on the South coast of Pinar del Rio province and the North-east littoral. In the rest of the coast the sea will remain calm.
2010-06-29 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Another hot day is expected today. The heat will reach its peak sometime in the evening when it is expected temperature between 31-34 degrees Celsius. Later on, into the night, it will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. There will be clouds and sun throughout Cuba. Towards the midday it will cloud over for most of the country, with the occurrence of numerous showers and rains, principally in the western zone. The western region will experience winds from the Southeast with average speed of 15-30 km per hour although on the North coast they could blow harder. In the rest of the country it will come from the East to the Southeast never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. Roughness of the sea is expected for the whole South coast, increasing to dangerous swells in the evening on the South littoral of Pinar del Rio and Isla de la Juventud. The rest of coast will see another quiet day with calm sea.
2010-06-28 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today it will be a mostly cloudy day for most of Cuba, with the occurrence of some showers and rains which will be quite stronger in the afternoon in the Western part. The heat season continues with another hot day with maximum temperature around 33 degrees Celsius. The night will be less warm, but hot nevertheless with a temperature between 25–28 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the South-east with speed between 15-30 km per hour, reaching maximum of 35 km per hour in Pinar del Rio province and Isla de la Juventud. The sea will be predominantly calm in all the coasts, although some parts of the South coast will experience roughness, particularly the south littoral of Pinar del Rio and Isla de la Juventud, where dangerous swells for the navigation are expected.
2010-06-27 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be cloudy in Pinar del Rio and Isla de la Juventud during the morning, with some showers and rains which will be more numerous during the evening and until the dusk. In the rest of the country it will be mostly sunny; as the day approaches evening it will cloud over bringing some thunderstorms in zones of the inland and north coast of the central region, which will be isolated in the Eastern region. During the day the temperatures will reach maximum values ranging 31-34 degrees Celsius. At night the temperatures will descend to be between 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the East to the Southeast with average speed of 15-30 km per hour, reaching 35 in zones of the south western coast in the evening. The sea will be rough on all the coasts that will come to swells with danger for shallow draft vessels in the south littoral of Pinar del Rio and Isla de la Juventud.
2010-06-26 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The cloudiness will be abundant in the western region with showers, rains and thunderstorms until the dusk. In the rest of Cuba it will be partially cloudy and will cloud over in the evening with isolated showers and rains, which will be quite strong in the central part. Nevertheless, it will be another hot day with maximum temperature between 31-34 degrees Celsius, less hotter in areas affected by rains. At night it will drop down to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the East to the Southeast in the western region, with speed between 20-35 km per hour, and from the Atlantic ocean in the rest of the country never exceeding the speed of 30 km per hour. The sea will be slightly turbulent on the whole north coast, particularly in the western littoral where the afore-mentioned Eastern wind will cause swells with danger for shallow draft vessels. On the south coast the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-06-25 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today’s weather won’t be much different from yesterday, meaning it will be mostly cloudy in the Eastern and Mainland with the occurrence of showers, rains and thunderstorms, whereas in the West of the country it will be mostly sunny in the morning with some clouds which will increase from the midday bringing showers, rains and thunderstorms. It will be a hot day with maximum temperatures between 30-33 degrees Celsius, less hotter in areas affected by rains, whereas at night it will drop to 25-28 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic Ocean in the West and Mainland with speed in the range of 15-30 km per hour, reaching 35 km per hour with top squalls on the north coast during the evening. In the East region it will blow from the East to the Southeast up to 25 km per hour. There will be swells with danger for shallow draft vessels in the north east littoral, surge in the rest of the north coast as well as from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz and in the south littoral of the western end. In the rest of the south coast, there will be slight unrest.
2010-06-24 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will dawn clouded in the East and Mainland with the ocurrence of showers and thunderstorms which will be more numerous during the evening and night, quite strong in mountainous zones. In the West part of the country it will be mainly sunny and from the end of the morning it will cloud over with showers, rains and thunderstorms. The maximum temperatures will be between 29-32 degrees Celsius, less hotter in areas affected by rains. At night the temperatures will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the North-east in the West and Mailand with average speed between 15-30 km per hour, reaching 35 km per hour, with top squalls in zones of the north coast of the western half. In the Eastern region it will blow from the East to the Southeast with speed ranging 10-25 km per hour. The sea will be slightly turbulent on the North coast with swells with danger for shallow draft vessels on North-east coast whereas in the South coast it will be predominantly calm.
2010-06-23 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The cloudy weather will prevail today in the Eastern region, with some showers and possible thunderstorms in the morning. From the midday it will cloud over for most of the country with numerous rains and thunderstorms which can be more stronger in some parts of the South-east. The heat will go on. Maximum temperature in the afternoon will be between 32-35 degrees Celsius, less hotter in areas affected by rains. At night it will drop to 26-29 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow mainly from the Atlantic Ocean with average speed between 15-30 km per hour, reaching 35 km per hour, with top squalls, in zones of the north coast during the evening. There will be dangerous swells for shallow draft vessels in the north east littoral, and unrest of the sea on the north central and western coast, as well as from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the South coast the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-06-22 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The day will be mostly sunny all over the country, getting cloudy in the afternoon bringing showers and thunderstorms which will be quite strong in some parts. A very hot day is expected with maximum temperatures around 32-35 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop to 26-29 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow mostly from the Atlantic Ocean with speed between 10-25 km per hour, somewhat higher in zones of the North-east coast. The sea will be slightly turbulent on the North coast, with some swells with danger for shallow draft vessels on North-east coast as well as from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz, whereas in the rest of the South coast it will be predominantly calm.
2010-06-21 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly sunny throughout the country except on the Eastern region where it will be cloudy with some showers and rains. From the evening it will cloud over for most of the country with some showers and thunderstorms. The maximum temperatures will be between 31-34 degrees Celsius. At night they will range between 25-28 degrees Celsius. The winds will blow from the Atlantic Ocean with average speed between 15-30 km for hour, which will come to 35 km per hour in zones of the North coast of the East region causing swells with danger for shallows draft-vessels. Some roughness is expected on the north central coast whereas in the rest of littorals the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-06-19 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. We are in for another hot day with maximum temperature between 32-35 degrees Celsius with a less warmer night; 25-28 degrees Celsius. A sunny day is expected today throughout Cuba. As the day approaches noon some clouds might appear in zones of the inland and South, with the possible occurrence of some short-term showers and thunderstorms on the Western part. The winds will be weak and calm, blowing from the Atlantic ocean on the North-east. The sea will be predominantly calm, although some roughness is expected on the North-west coast.
2010-06-18 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today’s weather won’t be much different from yesterday, meaning it will be sunny and hot; some clouds might appear in the afternoon bringing some showers and thunderstorms in zones of the inland and South of the Western region which will be sporadic for the rest of the country. Another typical hot day in Cuba. The heat will reach its peak sometime in the evening when it is expected average temperature around 34 degrees Celsius. Later on, into the night, it will drop to 25-28 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic Ocean, never exceeding the speed 25 km per hour but somewhat stronger in zones of the north-east coast. As a consecuence, the sea will turbulent on North-east littoral, whereas in the rest of coast the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-06-17 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. This morning will see clear blue sky and sun and will continue to be so until the afternoon when the sky will eventually cloudy with the ocurrence of some showers and thunderstorms in zones of the inland and South of the Western part. The showers and storms will be scarce in the rest of the country. The day will be hot with maximum temperature of 32-35 degrees Celsius for most of Cuba. 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, somewhat stronger in zones of the North-east coast. The sea will be predominantly calm throughout the country, except for the North-East littoral where we could expect some roughness.
2010-06-16 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will be sunny and mostly clear-off clouds and stay like that until the evening when some occasional clouds might appear in zones of the inland and South with the occurrence of some showers and thunderstorms, which will be sporadic for the rest of the country. It will be another very hot day with maximum temperature ranging 32-35 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop to 25-28 degrees Celsius. The winds will be variable, weak with breezes in the evening up to 20 km per hour. There will be roughness on Northeast littoral. In the rest of the littorals the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-06-15 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The day will be familiarly hot and sunny throughout Cuba. Evening comes the scarce clouds might become denser, bringing along some showers and electrical storms in zones of the inland and South from Havana provinces to Las Tunas. The most part of Cuba will experience another hot day with maximum temperature between 32-35 degrees Celsius during the day and 25-28 at night. The wind will be weak, with breezes which not exceed the speed of 20 km per hour. There will be unrest of the sea on North-east coast, while the rest of littorals will see another day with a calm sea.
2010-06-14 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly clear blue skies, sunny and hot all day. As the day approaches evening, some ocassional clouds might bring showers and thunderstorms in zones of the West and localities of the inland and South of the rest of the country, which will be scarce in the rest. Another typical hot summer day in Cuba. The heat will reach its peak sometime in the evening when it is expected average temperature between 32-35 degrees Celsius. Later on, into the night, it will drop to 25-28 degrees Celsius. The wind will be variable weak throughout the day. Some slight unrest of the sea is expected on the North coast of the Mainland and Eastern. In the rest of littorals the sea will remain calm.
2010-06-13 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Another hot day throughout the country is expected, especially in the evening when the maximum temperature will reach 32-35 degrees Celsius. The night will be equally hot, if somewhat less warm, with a temperature between 24-27 degrees Celsius. The morning will be sunny with some dispersed clouds, which might become denser in the evening, bringing some rains and thunderstorms, mainly in zones of the inland and south of the provinces. The wind will be weak until the noon when it will start blow from the Atlantic ocean never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. The sea will be quite turbulent on the North-East coast, while in the rest of coasts we will see another quiet day with calm sea.
2010-06-12 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. This Saturday will be extremely hot with maximum temperatures between 32-35 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop down to 22-26 degrees Celsius. The sky will be mostly clear and sunny and might become cloudy in the afternoon in zones of the inland and south of the provinces. The winds will be weak with breezes regime in the evening, never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. The sea will be predominantly calm throughout all littorals, except on the North-east coast where some roughness is expected.
2010-06-11 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today it will continue the heat with maximum temperatures ranging 32-35 degrees Celsius. The night will be less warm, but hot nevertheless, 24-27 degrees Celsius. It will be a sunny day with some occasional clouds; it will cloud over in the evening bringing shomers and thunderstorms, which can be more numerous in localities of the inland and south from Havana provinces to Camagüey. The winds will be weak and in the evening there will be breezes regime not exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. The sea will remain calm in most of the littorals.
2010-06-10 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be sunny, bright and very hot Thursday, starting in the morning and becoming hotter in the afternoon; some clouds might arrive in the evening, bringing showers and rains in the Western and Mainland and localities of the inland and south of the rest of the country. Maximum temperature will be in the range of 32-35 degrees Celsius. Evening comes, the temperature will drop to 25-28 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak all day. The sea will be calm in all the littorals.
2010-06-09 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly clear skies and sunny. Later on, in the afternoon, it could turn partially cloudy with the occurrence of showers and rains throughout th country. Maximum temperatures will be between 32-35 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak never exceeding the speed of 20 km per hour. Some slightly roughness is expected on both Eastern coasts, while in the rest of Cuba the sea will remain calm.
2010-06-08 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today’s weather won’t be much different from yesterday, meaning it will be sunny and eventually cloudy in the afternoon, mainly in zones of the inland from Havana to Camaguey, where some showers and thunderstorms are expected. We are in for another very hot day ranging from 32-35 degrees Celsius, reaching its peaks in some parts of the South-east. Evening comes the temperatures will drop down to 25-28 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak until the evening when the breezes regime will be imposed with average speed between 10-25 km per hour. Some slightly roughness is expected on both Eastern coasts, while in the rest of Cuba the sea will remain calm.
2010-06-07 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The heat will go on. Maximum temperature will be in the range of 32-35 degrees Celsius. The night won’t be that hot as temperature will drop down to 25-28 degrees Celsius. The sky will be mostly clear and sunny and might become cloudy in the afternoon in zones of the inland, bringing some showers and thunderstorms, mainly on the Eastern part, which will be sporadic in the rest of the country. The winds will be weak with breezes regime in the afternoon, never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. There will be unrest of the sea in north-eastern coast as well as from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of coasts the sea will be calm.
2010-06-06 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will sunny straight from the sunrise with maximum temperature reaching 34 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 Eastern, where some showers are expected. At night the temperature will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak, but it could reach 25 km per hour on the northern coast, where we could expect the sea to be calm.
2010-06-05 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly sunny and hot all day with some white fluffy clouds at times, getting cloudy occasionally in the afternoon in some parts of the inland and northern coast with the occurrence of some showers and rains. The heat will go on. Maximum temperature in the afternoon will be between 32-35 degrees Celsius, even higher in the South-east portion and with another hotter night; 24-27 degrees Celsius. Light wind is expected from the Southeast to the South in the Western part of Cuba, never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. In the rest of the country it will be weak. The sea will remain calm.
2010-06-04 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The cloudy weather will prevail in the East of Cuba, whereas in the rest of the country it will be mainly sunny with occasional clouds. As the day approaches noon it will become cloudy for most of the country, with some showers and thunderstorms which will be quite stronger in the Mainland and Eastern regions. The evening will be very hot with maximum temperatures between 32-35 degrees Celsius. At night the temperatures will be between 24-27 degrees Celsius. The winds will blow from the Southeast to the South with average speed ranging 10-25 km per hour, reaching 30 in the western region. Some roughness is expected on the south oriental and Pinar del Rio coasts. In the rest of the coasts the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-06-03 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The day will be extremely hot, reaching maximum temperatures in the afternoon between 31-34 degrees Celsius, somewhat higher in some parts of the Eastern. At night it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. This morning will see clear blue sky and sun 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 inland and northern coast from Habana province to Guantanamo. The Eastern part of Cuba will experience a cloudy morning with occasional showers and rains which will extend until the dusk. The wind will be weak, never exceeding the speed of 20 km per hour. The sea will be unrest on North eastern coast, but only in the evening, whereas in the rest of litorals the sea wil remain calm.
2010-06-02 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly sunny with occasional clouds which might be more denser in the afternoon bringing some showers and rains from Havana province to Guantanamo. The temperatures will range between 31-34 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in localities of the South-east portion. At night it will drop to 24-27 degrees. The wind will be weak, never exceeding the speed of 20 km per hour. There will be some roughness in both Eastern littorals, as well as on the Pinar del Rio south coast. In the rest of coasts the sea will remain calm.
2010-06-01 06:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Another hot day is expected for today. The heat will reach its peak sometime in the evening when it is expected temperatures between 30-33 degrees Celsius. Into the night, it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. There will be partially cloudy in the morning for the whole country. Towards the midday the sky will cloud over, principally in the western zone, with the occurrence of numerous showerss and rains, which will be sporadic in the rest of Cuba. The wind will be weak all day. There will be unrest of the sea on the North central and eastern coasts, which will come to swells in the evening on the north-east coast, whereas in the rest of the coast, the sea will be predominantly calm.
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