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Weather News for November 2010:
2010-11-30 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Today’s weather won’t be much different from yesterday, meaning it will be pleasant with brilliant sunshine. Occassional showers are possible in the afternoon, particularly in the northeast part.
Maximum temperature will be around 29 degrees Celsius (84 Fahrenheit). At night it will drop to 24 degrees Celsius (73 Fahrenheit).
The wind will blow from the East in the western region and from the Atlantic ocean in the rest of the country; in some parts of the Northeast coast it could reach the speed of 30 km per hour (22 miles per hour).
The sea will be rough in the whole of the north coast, particularly in the northeast part where big waves are expected. In the South coast it will be predominantly calm.
2010-11-29 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
The morning will be sunshine and pleasant in the whole of the country. From noon, it might turn cloudy occasionally in some parts where passing shower are possible.
Another warm day is expected with temperature around 29 degrees Celsius (84 Fahrenheit), whereas at night it will descend to 24 degrees Celsius (73 Fahrenheit).
The wind will be weak, although in some parts of the Northeast coast it could reach the speed of 30 km per hour (19 miles per hour).
Unrest of the sea is expected in both eastern coast. The rest of the country will see another quiet day with calm sea.
2010-11-28 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
There will be mostly clear and sunny. Some clouds might appear occassionally, but nothing to spoil your day.
The heat will reach its peak sometime in the evening when it is expected temperature around 30 degrees Celsius. Later on, into the night, it will drop to 22-25 degrees Celsius.
The wind will be weak, , never exceeding the speed of 20 km per hour.
A slight unrest of the sea is expected in the whole of the north coast, whereas in the rest of the country it will remain calm.
2010-11-27 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
The west part of Cuba will see intervals of clouds and sun with isolated shower, whereas in the rest of the country it will be pleasant and sunny with scattered clouds in the afternoon.
Maximum temperature will be between 29-32 degrees Celsius (84-89 Farenheit), reaching 33 (91 Fahrenheit) in the Southeast region. Evening comes, it will drop to 22-25 degrees Celsius (72-77 Fahrenheit).
The wind will be weak, never exceeding the speed of 20 km per hour (12 miles per hour).
The sea will be predominantly calm, apart from the Northeast coast where it will be rough. Some unrest is possible on the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-11-26 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
It will be mostly sunny and pleasant throughout Cuba. From noon, it might turn cloudy in some parts of the western region where passing shower are possible. In the rest of the country the chances of rain will be low.
The average temperature will be around 29 degrees Celsius (84 Fahrenheit), whereas at night it will drop to 24 degrees Celsius (73 Fahrenheit).
The wind will be weak, although in some parts of the Northeast coast it could reach the speed of 30 km per hour (19 miles per hour).
The sea will be predominantly rough in the whole of the north coast, especially in the northeast part where the big waves will continue. In the rest of the country the sea will remain calm.
2010-11-25 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
The day will be pleasant with sunshine and scattered clouds in the afternoon. The rain probabilities will be low.
It will be warm in the whole of Cuba, especially in the South-East where the Celsius scale will reach 31 degrees (88 Fahrenheit). The temperature will drop down to 24 degrees Celsius (73 Fahrenheit) in the evening.
The eastern wind will be present in the West part, whereas in the rest of the country it will blow from the Atlantic ocean, never exceeding the speed of 30 km per hour (19 miles per hour).
The sea will be rough in the whole of the north coast, particularly in the East part where big waves are expected. In the South coast it will be predominantly calm.
2010-11-24 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
There will be intervals between sun and clouds with isolated passing shower in the afternoon.
Maximum temperature will be in the range of 27-30 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will be between 22-25 degrees Celsius.
The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean, reaching maximum speed of 35 km per hour in some parts of the northeast coast.
The rough sea will continue today in the whole of the north coast, particularly in the northeast part where some big, dangerous waves are expected. In the South coast it will be calm with possible roughness for the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-11-23 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
The morning will be clear off clouds, sunny and beautiful and will continue to be so all day; some clouds might appear in the afternoon but nothing to spoil your day.
The day will be warm with maximum temperature around 29 degrees Celsius. Evening comes, it will drop down to 23-26 degrees Celsius.
The wind will be weak with maximum speed of 30 km/h.
The sea will be rough in the whole of the north coast, particularly in the East part where big waves are expected. In the South coast it will be predominantly calm with possible roughness for the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-11-22 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
There will be mostly clear skies and sunny with low rain probability, apart from the northern coast where some occassional showers is expected.
Today will be a pleasant day throughout Cuba, warmer in the afternoon with temperature between 26-29 degrees Celsius. The night will be more fresher, 22-25 degrees Celsius.
The wind will blow from the Northeast with average speed of 15-30 km per hour.
The dangerous waves, which can cause problems for navigation, will continue in the whole of the north coast. Some roughness are possible in the southwest coast; the same goes for the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-11-21 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
There will be intervals between sun and clouds with some strong showers and rains from Villa Clara province to Guantanamo. In the rest of the country the rain probabilities will be low.
The day will be warm, maximum temperature expected will be around 27-30 degrees Celsius, whereas at night will drop to 22-25 degrees Celsius.
The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean with average speed of 20-35 km per hour, although in some parts of the Northeast coast it could be stronger.
The big, dangerous waves will continue in the whole of the north coast. Some roughness are possible in the southwest coast; the same goes for the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-11-20 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
It will be mostly cloudy in the central region and some parts of the northeast coast where some showers are possible. In the rest of Cuba it will be partly sunny, getting cloudy occassionally with isolated showers.
Maximum temperature will be in the range of 26-29 degrees Celsius. Later on, into the night, it will drop to 20-23 degrees Celsius.
The wind will be fairly strong, blowing from the Northeast with average speed of 20-35 km per hour; in some parts of the North coast it could blow stronger.
There will be dangerous waves in the whole of the north coast, which can cause problems for navigation. The south coast will see another quiet day with calm sea.
2010-11-19 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
The cloudiness will be abundant in the western and central parts of Cuba with occassional showers. In the rest of the country it will be partly sunny and delightful.
The day will be fresh with maximum temperatures around 25-28 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop down to 21-24 degrees Celsius.
The wind will blow from the Northeast with average speed of 15-30 km per hour, although in some parts of the Northwest coast it could blow stronger.
Roughness of the sea is expected in the whole of the north coast, whereas in the south it will be predominantly calm. In the afternoon, some big waves are possible in the Northwest coast.
2010-11-18 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
The sky will be overcast in the Western and Central parts where showers and heavy thunderstorms are possible. In the East, there will be intervals between clouds and sun with isolated showers.
Maximum temperature will be in the range of 26-29 degrees Celsius, somewhat hot in the Southeast region. At night it will drop to 21-24 degrees Celsius.
The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour.
The sea will be predominantly calm, apart from the Northeast where the afore mentioned Atlantic wind will cause unrest.
2010-11-17 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
It will be mostly cloudy with intervals of sun in the western and central parts; some passing showers are possible, which will be isolated in the rest of Cuba.
Another warm day is expected today with maximum temperature between 28-31 degrees Celsius, whereas at nith it will drop to 19-22 degrees Celsius.
The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean, never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour.
The sea will be predominantly calm, although some roughness is possible in the Northeast cost.
2010-11-16 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
The morning will be clear off clouds, starting off a warm day with maximum temperature around 31 degrees Celsius.
At night it will drop to 23 degrees Celsius. Some clouds might appear in the afternoon with low rain probabilities.
The wind will be weak in the morning, however, it will blow mostly from the East reaching maximum speed of 25 km per hour.
The sea will be predominantly calm, apart from the northeast coast where it will be unrest.
2010-11-15 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Today will be mostly clear and sunny throughout Cuba; some clouds might appear in the afternoon but nothing to spoil your day.
Maximum temperature will be between 27-30 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will drop to 20-23 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Northeast in the center and eastern region with speed of 10-25 km per hour. In the West it will be weak all day.
The rough sea will continue today in the northeast coast. Slight unrest is possible in the rest of the north coast. In the South the sea will remain calm.
2010-11-14 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
This sunday will be nice with intervals between clouds and sun. Some occassional showers are possible in zones of the north coast.
The temperature will be fresh reaching maximum of 26-29 degrees Celsius in the afternoon. The night will be slightly cold, 16-19 degrees Celsius.
The wind will continue blowing from the north with average speed of 10-25 km per hour; It could be stronger in some parts of the northeast region.
The rough sea will continue today in the northeast coast with possible floods from Gibara to Baracoa; some unrest is expected in the rest of the north coast. In the South coast it will be predominantly calm.
2010-11-13 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
It will be mostly sunny and pleasant throughout the country, apart from some western parts where intervals between clouds and sun are expected. Some short, passing showers are possible in the West.
Maximum temperature will be between 25-28 degrees Celsius, 30 in the Southeast region. Later on, into the night it will drop to 18-21 degrees Celsius.
The wind will blow from the North with average speed of 10-25 km per hour, although in some parts of the Northeast coast it could be stronger.
The sea will be rough in the whole of the north coast. There some big, dangerous waves in the northeast coast, which will cause floods in low zones from Gibara to Baracoa. In the south coast it will be predominantly calm with slight unrest in the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-11-12 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
There will be intervals between sun and clouds in the West; some passing showers are possible. In the rest of the country it will be mostly sunny, pleasant and less humid.
The day will be nice, with temperature between 26-29 degrees Celsius and reaching maximum of 30 in the Eastern parts. The night will be slightly cold, 20-23 degrees Celsius.
The wind will blow from the North with speed in the range of 15-30 km per hour. Evening comes, it could be stronger in some parts of the north coast.
The sea will be rough in the whole of the north coast, particularly in the eastern area where some big, dangerous waves are expected. In the south coast it will be predominantly calm with slight unrest in the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-11-11 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Today it will be mostly sunny throughout Cuba. Some clouds might appear in the afternoon but nothing to spoil your day.
Maximum temperature will be between 26-29 degrees Celsius, somewhat hot in the Southeast region. Evening comes, it will drop to 20-23 degrees Celsius.
The wind will blow from the Northeast, with average speed of 10-25 km per hour; it could be stronger in zones of the north coast.
The rough sea will continue today in the northeast coast; some unrest is possible in the rest of the north coast, as well as on the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz. In the rest of coasts the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-11-10 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
The morning will slightly cloudy in the west but it will soon clear up, turning to a partly sunny and pleasant day. Sun and areas of high clouds are expected in the East; some clouds might appear in the afternoon but nothing to spoil your day.
A fresh day is expected for today, maximum temperatures will be in the range of 26-29 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will drop down to 20-23 degrees Celsius.
The wind will blow from the Northeast with average speed of 10-25 km per hour, although in some parts of the Northeast coast it could be stronger.
The rough sea will continue today in the northeast coast; some unrest is possible in the north central and southeast coast. In the rest of coasts the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-11-09 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Another fresh day is expected today. Maximum temperatures in the afternoon will be in the range of 25-28 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop down to 19-22 degrees Celsius.
There will be mostly cloudy in the western region with some showers which will be more intense in the northeast parts. In the rest of Cuba the day will be pleasant with intervals between clouds and sun.
The wind will blow from the Northeast, reaching maximum of 35 km per hour in the zones of the northeast coast.
The sea will be rough in the whole of the north coast; some big, dangerous waves are expected in the central and northeast coast whereas in the south it will be predominantly calm.
2010-11-08 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The sky will be mostly cloudy in some parts of the north coast with occassional showers. In the rest of Cuba it will be partly sunny with isolated rain. The day will be fresh, average temperature expected will be between 24-27 degrees Celsius, reaching maximum of 30 in the Southeast area. Later on, into the night, it will drop to 19-22 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow mostly from the North region, with speed between 15-30 km per hour, although in some parts of the Northwest coast it could be stronger. The sea will be rough in the whole of the north coast causing problems for navigation. In the South coast, it will be predominantly calm.
2010-11-07 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. We are in for another pleasant day with maximum temperature around 22-25 degrees Celsius in the Western part, somewhat warmer for the eastern region and with a fresh night; 18-21 degrees Celsius. In the center and eastern parts there will be breezy and pleasant with sunshine and patchy clouds. In the west, the sky will be cloudy most of the time with a shower in places in the afternoon. The winds, which will blow from the north, will reach speed between 25-40 km per hour, with strong gusts in areas of the north coast. There will be big, dangerous waves in the whole north coast, whereas in the south it will be predominantly calm.
2010-11-06 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly cloudy throughout Cuba. Occassional showers are expected in zones of the north coast. Some of the light cuban winter conditions will predominate, which will be the main reason for a drop in temperature, although it will still stay between 22-25 degrees Celsius. The night will be slightly cold with maximum temperature between 18-21 degrees Celsius. The wind will be fairly strong, reaching average speed of 25-40 km per hour, with strong gusts in the north coast. The sea will be turbulent in he whole north coast.
2010-11-06 00.00 local time - Tomas continues on as a hurricane and is producing heavy rain over Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico. The center of Tomas continues to move away from the island of Hispaniola and into the southeastern Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands.
As of 11 p.m. Eastern Time Friday, the center of Hurricane Tomas was located about 125 km southeast of Great Inagua Island and had top winds near 120 km per hour: this makes Tomas a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. Tomas is moving to the northeast near 20 km per hour, and is expected to continue this direction or make a turn to the north-northeast and slow its progress down over the next 48 hours. Tomas is expected to begin to weaken soon, and should become a tropical storm by late Saturday.
Tropical storm warnings for Cuba (the province of Guantanamo) and the central Bahamas have been dropped.
2010-11-05 12.00 local time - Tomas has regained hurricane strength. Tomas is passing very close to western Haiti and will be over far eastern Cuba by this afternoon.
As of 11 a.m. Eastern Time Friday, Hurricane Tomas was located near latitude 19.4 north and longitude 74.3 west, about 100 km south of Punta de Maisi, Cuba and had top winds near 140 km per hour: This makes Tomas a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. Tomas is moving to the north-northeast near 20 km per hour, and is expected to speed up its forward motion over the next couple of days.
The main threat from Tomas is expected to be heavy rainfall which will be intense over mountainous terrain and could cause flooding and mudslides in low zones from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz and northeast coast
Tropical storm conditions are occurring in parts of Haiti, Jamaica, and eastern Cuba.
Hurricane warnings are posted in the Cuban province of Guantanamo.
A tropical storm warning is in effect for the Cuban provinces of Santiago de Cuba and Holguin.
The cuban provinces of Guantanamo, Santiago de Cuba and Holguin must be alerts to the evolution and future track of this tropical organism.
2010-11-05 10:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. In the western parts there will be intervals of sun and clouds. Some morning showers are expected as well as breezes in the afternoon. The rest of Cuba will be mostly cloudy, mainly in the eastern provinces where heavy rain and thunderstorms associated with Hurricane Tomas are expected. The day will be fresh with temperature between 25-28 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will drop to 19-22 degrees Celsius. The winds from Northwest, which will blow in the area from Pinar del Rio to Camaguey, will reach the speed betwen 25-40 km per hour. In the East, the wind will be strong, around 100 km per hour. As a consequence of maximum sustained winds, dangerous waves and coastal floods are expected from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz. Rough sea is expected in the whole north coast, but the waves will be increased in the afternoon with possible coastal floods.
2010-11-05 06.00 local time - Tomas has regained hurricane strength this morning. Tomas is expected to pass near or over far eastern Cuba by this afternoon.
As of 5 a.m. Eastern Time Friday, Hurricane Tomas was located about 217 km south-southwest of Punta de Maisi, Cuba, and had top winds near 130 km per hour: this makes Tomas a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. Tomas is moving to the northeast near 18 km per hour, and is expected to speed up its forward motion over the next couple of days.
The main threat from Tomas is expected to be heavy rainfall and dangerous storm surge that could cause flooding in low zones of eastern Cuba.
Tropical storm conditions are already occurring in parts of Haiti, Jamaica, and eastern Cuba.
Hurricane warnings are posted in the Cuban province of Guantanamo.
A tropical storm warning is in effect for the Cuban provinces of Santiago de Cuba and Holguin.
2010-11-05 00.00 local time - Tropical Storm Tomas continues to become better organized and strengthen in the northern Caribbean. Tomas is expected to become a hurricane on Friday as it passes near or over far eastern Cuba by Friday afternoon.
As of 11 p.m. Eastern Time Thursday, Tropical Storm Tomas was located about 270 km south of Guantanamo, or 335 km south-southwest of Punta de Maisi, Cuba and had top winds near 100 km per hour. Tomas is moving to the north-northeast near 15 km per hour, and is expected to make a turn to the northeast and speed up its forward motion over the next couple of days.
The main threat from Tomas is expected to be heavy rainfall and dangerous storm surge that could cause flooding in low zones of eastern Cuba.
Hurricane warnings are posted in the Cuban province of Guantanamo.
A tropical storm warning is in effect for the Cuban provinces of Santiago de Cuba and Holguin.
2010-11-04 18.00 local time - The center of tropical storm Tomas was located near latitude 16.7 north, longitude 76.0 west. Tomas is moving toward the north-northeast near 8 km/hr. A turn toward the northeast with an increase in forward speed is expected over the next 48 hours. On the forecast track the center of Tomas will pass near or over extreme eastern Cuba Friday.
Recent reports from Air Force Reserve and NOAA hurricane hunter aircraft indicate maximum sustained winds have increased to near 85 km/hr with higher gusts. Some strengthening is forecast during the next 48 hours. Tomas could be a hurricane as the center passes eastern Cuba.
Bands of rain have already reached the eastern provinces of Cuba and rain squalls will continue.
A Hurricane Warning is in effect for the Cuban province of Guantanamo. A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for the Cuban provinces of Santiago de Cuba and Holguin.
2010-11-04 12.00 local time - The center of tropical storm Tomas was located about 415 km to the southwest of Guantanamo city, Cuba with top winds near 85 km per hour and was moving toward the north at 12 km per hour.
Tomas may intensify some as it passes just east of Cuba.
A tropical storm watch remains in effect for the Cuban provinces of Guantanamo, Santiago De Cuba and Holguin.
From today afternon, the strong rain associated with Tomas will be hitting the eastern provinces of Cuba. The winds will be increased gradually, reaching force of tropical storm from the next night and dawn. At the same time, the waves will be increased on the southeast coast, with possible coastal floods.
2010-11-04 06.00 local time - The center of tropical storm Tomas was located near latitude 16.1 north, longitude 76.1 west.
Tomas is moving toward the north-northwest near 10 km per hour. A turn toward the north and northeast with some increase in forward speed is expected over the next 48 hours. On the forecast track the center will pass near Haiti or extreme east of cuba tonight and early friday.
The cuban provinces of Guantanamo, Santiago de Cuba and Holguin must be alert to the movement and future track of the storm.
2010-11-04 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today it will be mostly cloudy in the western part with periods of morning rain followed by passing showers in the afternoon. In the East, the sky will be overcast with some showers which will be abundant in the afternoon. Maximum temperature will be between 29-32 degrees Celsius, less hot in the West part. At night it will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. The big waves will continue in the Northeast coast; slight unrest of the sea is possible in the rest of coasts. The waves will hit the northwestern coast at night as well as the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-11-04 04.00 local time - A tropical storm watch is in effect for the cuban provinces of Guantanamo, Santiago de Cuba and Holguin.
Tropical Storm Tomas, which has been located 250km (155 miles) southeast from Jamaica at 03.00 local time, is predicted to pass the eastern coast of Cuba on Friday afternoon.
A tropical storm watch is issued when tropical storm with winds from 39-73mph (63-117km/h) pose a possible threat to a certain coastal area within 48 hours. Maritime flags indicate this with a single square red flag.
2010-11-03 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today it will be mostly sunny morning throughout Cuba which will extend to the afternoon, apart from western provinces where heavy showers and thunderstorms are possible. The heat season continues; another hot day is expected with maximum temperature around 31 degrees Celsius. The night will be less warm, but hot nevertheless with a temperature between 23-26 degrees Celsius. The eastern wind will reach maximum of 30 km per hour in zones of the northeast coast causing dangerous waves for navigation. The rest of the coasts will be predominantly calm; unrest is possible on the central coast, as well as on the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-11-02 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today’s weather won’t be much different from yesterday's. It will be mostly sunny in the morning followed by some afternoon showers in the central parts, which will be isolated in the rest of Cuba. Maximum temperature will be between 29-32 degrees Celsius whereas at night it will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean with speed of 10-25 km per hour, although in some parts of the Northwest coast it could be stronger causing big, dangerous waves. Some unrest of the sea is possible on the north central coast; the same goes for the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-11-01 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The hot weather will prevail today with maximum temperature ranging 29-32 degrees Celsius. In the evening it will drop down to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The morning will be mostly sunny and will continue to be so until the afternoon when the sky might turn cloudy in some parts. The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean with average speed of 10-25 km per hour; areas of the Northeast coast will experience 30 km per hour causing big, dangerous waves. The rest of the north coast will experience unrest of the sea; the same goes for the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
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