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Weather News for October 2010:
2010-10-31 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will be mostly sunny throughout Cuba. Some clouds might appear in zones of the northern coast bringing isolated showers. The heat will reach its peak sometime in the evening when it is expected temperature around 31 degrees Celsius. Later on, it will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean, reaching maximum speed of 30 km per hour in some parts of the north coast. Some big waves, which can cause problems for navigation, are expected on the North East coast. 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.
2010-10-30 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today you will experience partly sunny morning throughout the country which will extend to the afternoon. Some clouds will appear in the evening in zones of the southeast and Pinar del Rio province bringing short showers. Another hot day is expected today. Maximum temperature will be between 29-32 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Northeast with average speed of 10-25 km per hour, although in some parts of the Northwest coast it could be stronger. The sea will be predominantly calm; some unrest is possible on the western coast.
2010-10-29 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will be mostly clear and sunny throughout Cuba. From noon it will turn cloudy in Pinar del Rio province and Southeast area, bringing some showers which will be isolated in the rest of the country. Maximum temperature in the evening will be between 29-32 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Northeast with average speed of 10-25 km per hour, although in some parts of the Northwest coast it could be stronger. There will be slight unrest of the sea in all the coasts.
2010-10-28 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will be sunny and clear off clouds; as the day approaches noon some clouds might appear bringing short showers, but nothing to spoil your day. The hot weather will continue with maximum temperature around 31 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic, never exceeding 25 km per hour. There will be unrest of the sea in the whole north coast and calm sea in the south.
2010-10-27 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. There will be a blend of sun and clouds in the morning, getting cloudy in the afternoon with isolated showers. Today will be a warm day with maximum temperatures between 29-32 degrees Celsius. Evening comes, the temperature will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Northeast to the east with average speed of 15-30 km per hour, being stronger on the northeast coast. As a consecuence, the northeast coast will experience some big waves which can cause problems for navigation. In the rest of coasts the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-10-26 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be partly cloudy in western part and will become cloudy with periods of rain in the afternoon. The rest of Cuba will experience a passing morning showers followed by some rain in the afternoon. The heat will reach its peak sometime in the evening when it is expected temperature between 30-33 degrees Celsius. Later on, it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the East, never exceeding 25 km per hour. The sea will be slightly turbulent on the central and eastern coast. In the rest of coast the sea will remain calm.
2010-10-25 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Another hot day is expected today. Maximum temperatures will be in the range of 29-32 degrees Celsius, less hotter in some parts of the north coast. Into the night it will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The morning will be partly sunny with some clouds in eastern and central parts and occassional showers in the north which will extend to the night. The rest of the country will experience mostly sunny day with isolated showers. The eastern wind will be present, never exceeding 30 km per hour. Some big waves, which can cause problems for navigation, are expected on the North East coast. The rest of the north coast will experience some unrest of the sea; the same goes for the strip from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-10-24 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will be partly sunny with occassional clouds in western and central parts with isolated showers in the north. The rest of the country will experience sunny morning which will extend to the afternoon, apart from some western parts where some short, passing showers are possible. The day will be hot, maximum temperatures will be in the range of 29-32 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic, never exceeding 30 km per hour. There will be surge in the whole north coast and calm sea in the south.
2010-10-23 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. There will be cloudy in eastern region and some parts of the north coast with occasional showers. In the rest of the territory it will be partially sunny and will cloud over in the evening with some showers and thunderstorms. Maximum temperatures for today is expected between 28-31 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in zones of the Eastern part, whereas at night it will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean with average speed of 15-30 km per hour. The sea will be rough in western and central coasts.
2010-10-22 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be cloudy in central and eastern parts with some showers and thunderstorms. The rest of the country will experience partly sunny day which will extend to the afternoon; some short, passing showers are possible, mainly in Matanzas province. Maximum temperature will be between 29-32 degrees Celsius, while in the evening it will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak in central and eastern regions but will blow from the Atlantic in the west with maximum speed of 30 km/h, although in some parts of the North it could blow harder. The sea will be predominantly calm; slight unrest is possible on the western and central coast.
2010-10-21 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The overcast weather will perdominate in central and eastern parts where some showers and thunderstorms are expected, more intense in the afternoon. In the rest of the country it will be partly sunny with isolated rain. The heat season continues; another very hot day is expected with maximum temperature around 30 degrees Celsius and 32 in some parts of the South-east. The night will be less warm, but hot nevertheless with a temperature between 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak, apart from the Western where it could blow harder from the Northeast, but never exceeding 25 km per hour. Some slight roughness is expected on all the coasts.
2010-10-20 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. There will be cloudy in central and eastern parts where some showers and thunderstorms are possible, quite strong from Villa Clara to Holguin. The rest of the country will experience times of clouds and sun with isolated showers. The maximum temperature will vary in the range of 28-31 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in the South-east area. Later on, into the night, it will be between 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak, apart from the Western where it could blow harder from the North, but never exceeding 25 km per hour. The sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-10-19 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The morning will be partially overcast in the north coast from Camaguey to Guantanamo. The rest of the country will experience sunny morning. There will be overcast in the afternoon with some short and passing showers. Another hot day is due today. The maximum temperature will be between 28-31 degrees Celsius, reaching 33 in zones of the South-East. Evening comes, it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak with maximum speed of 25 km per hour, equivalent of slight summer breeze. The sea will be predominantly calm; unrest on the eastern coast.
2010-10-18 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today it will be mostly sunny throughout Cuba. Some clouds might appear in the afternoon bringing isolated showers in the north. Average temperature will be between 28-31 degrees Celsius, although the South-east provinces can experience 33 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop to 22-25 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak with maximum speed of 25 km per hour. The sea will be predominantly calm; slight unrest is possible on the western and central coast.
2010-10-17 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. This Sunday will be mostly sunny around, with just some clouds in the north. As the day approaches noon the clouds will become denser, particularly from Camaguey to Guantanamo where some showers are expected. The rain will be isolated in the rest. Maximum temperature will be between 28-31 degrees Celsius, while in the evening it will drop 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 it could blow harder. The sea will be predominantly calm; slight unrest is possible on the western and central coast.
2010-10-16 06.00 WEATHER REPORT NATIONWIDE
The morning will be partially overcast in central and eastern parts with some isolated showers in the north. The rest of the country will experience sunny morning which will extend to the afternoon, apart from some eastern parts where some short, passing showers are possible. Maximum temperature will be between 28 and 31 degrees Centigrade, while in the evening it will drop to 23 - 26 degrees Centigrade. The wind will be weak with maximum speed of 30 km/h. The sea will be predominantly calm; slight unrest is possible on the western and central coast.
2010-10-15 18.00 GMT - TROPICAL DEPRESSION PAULA UPDATE
Paula is slowly dissipating while moving over central parts of Cuba. At 12.00 local Cuban time the remains of Tropical Depression Paula became a low pressure area with centre close to the town of Caibarien in the Villa Clara region. The maximum sustained winds have decreased to 35 km/h (20mph). Paula is moving eastward at about 15km/h (8mph). It is expected to dissipates completely in the next four-five hours.
2010-10-15 14.00 GMT - TROPICAL DEPRESSION PAULA UPDATE
Paula has continued to weaken and now has maximum sustained winds of 55 mph (85 km/h) with some strong gusts. At 06.00 local cuban time Paula was in central parts of Matanzas region and was moving east at the speed of 22 mph (38 km/h). It is expected that, in the next 12 to 24 hours, the tropical depression will continue to move east with similar travel speed, further weakening over Cuban territory.
2010-10-15 11.00 GMT - TROPICAL STORM PAULA UPDATE
As of 05.00 GMT today, while it is nearing Central Cuba, Paula has been downgraded from Tropical Storm to Tropical Depression which means that maximum sustained winds have fallen below 110 km/h (70mph).
When it struck western tip of Cuba on Thursday Paula was graded still as a Category 1 hurricane, but quickly weaken to tropical storm. Despite loosing its strength it still produced substantial rainfall which cause flooding and power cuts in some parts of Pinar del Rio, a region know for the tobacco growing. Preparations were taken ahead of Paula to protect the tobacco crop.
The tropical storm moved inland over western Cuba during Thursday afternoon, about 40 miles southwest of Havana, the capital city and major commercial centre of Cuba. Wind gusts of up to 54 mph lashed Havana during the evening, downing trees, lampposts and power lines. Many areas in the city had power outages and lost water services. The heavy rain resulted in street flooding, especially in poor drainage areas.
Paula continued to weaken into a tropical depression as it interacted with land deep into Thursday night and Friday morning. The rain and gusty winds will taper off across the country as the depression pulls away today.
2010-10-14 22.00 GMT - HURRICANE PAULA UPDATE
The western provinces of Cuba from Pinar del Rio to Havana city are affected by Tropical storm Paula's rain and its higher gusts. The rain will continue all night and could be quite strong in some areas. Its maximum sustained winds have decreased to are near 95 km per hour with higher gusts. These winds are confined to a small area to the North and East of the eye. Weakening is forecasted during the next 48 hours and Paula is expected to become a tropical depression on Friday. The unrest of the sea will persist on the north coast and will extend throughout the night.
2010-10-14 17.00 GMT - HURRICANE PAULA UPDATE
The western province of Pinar del Rio is affected by Hurricane Paula's rain and its strong gusts of wind. The storm is slowly spreading eastward, towards Havana region. The winds will subside gradually, but will remain strong and intense in some parts of Pinar del Rio. The unrest of the sea will continue on the north coast and will extend throughout the night.
Paula has continued to weaken and is now a tropical storm with maximum sustained central winds in the area of 110 mph. It is expected that in the next 12 to 24 hours Paula will continue to weaken even further and may become a tropical depression or a low pressure area. The remnant of the hurricane's rain may be felt during next 24 - 48 hours in all of the Cuba's west, including Isla de la Juventud island.
2010-10-14 10.30 GMT - HURRICANE PAULA UPDATE
HURRICANE PAULA'S rain is hitting the Western part of Pinar del Rio province. The rain will continue all day and could be quite strong in some areas. The winds will increase gradually, beginning from the western part of Pinar del Rio, reaching force of tropical storm. Coastal floods are expected in the Southwest part of Pinar del Rio province. The center of the HURRICANE PAULA was located near latitude 22.3 North longitude 84.9 West. Paula is moving toward the North-Northeast near 7 km per hour and a turn to the Northeast and East is expected later today. On this track Paula will be passing very near or over Western Cuba later today. Its maximum sustained winds are nearing 120 km per hour with stronger gusts. Weakening is expected during the next 24-48 hours as the center moves over Cuba and encounters unfavorable upper-level winds. Paula is forecasted to become a tropical storm later today. Paula is a category one hurricane on the SAFFIR-SIMPSON hurricane wind scale.
2010-10-14 04.00 GMT - HURRICANE PAULA UPDATE
Paula is weakening as it approaches Western Cuba. The center of Hurricane Paula was located near latitude 21.9 North and longitude 85.4, about 45 km west of the Cabo de San Antonio. The hurricane is moving toward the Northeast near 6 km per hour. On this track Paula will be passing very near or over Western Cuba on Thursday. Its maximum sustained winds have decreased to near 130 km per hour with higher gusts. Paula is expected to produce total rain accumulations of 3-6 inches with isolated maximum amounts of 10 inches, possible over portions of Western and Central Cuba. Additional weakening is expected during the next 24-28 hours and Paula is forecast to become a tropical storm on Thursday. Now Paula is a category one hurricane on the SAFFIR-SIMPSON hurricane wind scale.
2010-10-13 22.30 GMT - HURRICANE PAULA UPDATE
The rain associated with the HURRICANE PAULA are hitting Pinar del Rio province. The winds will be increased gradually, beginning for the western portion of Pinar del Rio, reaching force of tropical storm from the next night and dawn. A storm surge will raise water levels by as much as 4-6 feet above normal tide levels along the immediate coast in areas of onshore flow over extreme western Cuba. The surge will be accompanied by large and destructive waves. The center of the HURRICANE PAULA was located near latitude 21.7 North longitude 85.6 West. Paula is moving toward the North-Northeast near 7 km per hour and a turn to the Northeast and East is expected on Thursday. On this track Paula will be passing very near or over Western Cuba by tonight or early Thursday. Its maximum sustained winds have decreased to near 140 km per hour with higher gusts. Paula is a category one hurricane on the SAFFIR-SIMPSON hurricane wind scale. A gradual weakening is expected during the next day or two.
2010-10-13 16.30 GMT - HURRICANE PAULA UPDATE
The outskirts of the HURRICANE PAULA are nearing Cabo de San Antonio. As a consequence, Pinar del Rio province will experience strong rain this afternoon. The winds will be increased gradually, starting from the west part of the Pinar del Rio region, and reach the force of hurricane from next dawn. At the same time, the waves will be increased on the north coast of Pinar del Rio as well as in the South coast, with possible coastal floods. The center of HURRICANE PAULA was located near latitude 21.3 North longitude 85.8 West. Paula is moving toward the North near 7 km per hour but it should turn to the Northeast and East later today. On this track the small core of HURRICANE PAULA will continue to move over the Yucatan channel today and be near or over Western Cuba by night on early Thursday. Its maximum sustained winds remain near 160 km per hour with higher gusts. Little change in strenght is expected this afternoon but the hurricane should begin to weaken tonight. PAULA is a category two hurricane on the SAFFIR-SIMPSON hurricane wind scale.
2010-10-13 13.00GMT - HURRICANE PAULA FORECAST
Hurricane Paula has brushed off the Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula coast without causing much damage. Western Cuba, however, will likely not be so fortunate, the experts predict. It still remains a powerful Category 2 hurricane that is passing within 70 miles east of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Paula is a very compact hurricane with tropical storm-force winds extending up to 60 miles away from its center. That distance is down to 15 miles in terms of the destructive hurricane-force winds. It is expected to slam into western Cuba tonight as a Category 1 hurricane. The torrential rain bands will increase and Paula will unleash its strongest winds tonight into Thursday. The winds will be capable of causing widespread tree damage and power outages. Poorly constructed homes and older mobile homes will sustain significant damage. The winds will become less destructive into Saturday as Paula weakens over Cuba. The hurricane's interaction with land and an increase in wind shear (strong winds high in the atmosphere) will lead to Paula's eventual demise. Despite weakening, Paula will still spread torrential rainfall across western and central Cuba into Saturday. Rainfall amounts of 3 to 6 inches with localized totals up to 10 inches threaten to ignite significant flooding and mudslides.
2010-10-13 09.30 GMT - HURRICANE PAULA UPDATE
Hurricane Paula is in the Gulf of Honduras and is moving towards the eastern Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. The storm has been marked as a category two hurricane with sustained winds of 160km/h (100mph). After brushing the Yucatan Peninsula Paula is expected to head towards northeastern part of Cuba (Pinar del Rio). The US National Hurricane Centre in Miami said the hurricane could get close to western Cuba by Wednesday night or early Thursday. Hurricane Paula is the ninth hurricane of the 2010 Atlantic season.
2010-10-12 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly cloudy with some showers and thunderstorms in the Western part which will be quite strong in localities of the Southwest and Isla de la Juventud; in the evening, these rains will extend towards the central region. In the rest of the country it will be mostly sunny with some clouds, getting cloudy in the afternoon with the occurrence of some showers and thunderstorms. The temperature will reach maximum values between 27-30 degrees Celsius in the West and between 30-33 degrees Celsius in the rest, whereas at night it will descend to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The winds will blow from the Southeast in the west never exceeding 25 km per hour, being weak in the rest of Cuba. There will be slight unrest of the sea in all the littorals.
2010-10-11 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The West will see another mostly sunny day with a couple of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon, quite strong in Matanzas and Isla de la Juventud. In the rest of the country it will be overcast with the occurrence of showers, rains and thunderstorms which will diminish gradually from the evening in the Eastern part. Today the temperature will reach values between 29-32 degrees Celsius. Evening comes, it will descend to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak, blowing mostly from the Atlantic, with stronger gusts in zones of the northern coast. There will be calm sea in the whole littorals.
2010-10-10 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Sunny and pleasant in the West, whereas the rest of the country will experience plenty of clouds with some showers and thunderstorms which will be more intense in the afternoon. The average temperature will be around 29 degrees Celsius. At night, it will drop to 23-25 degrees Celsius. The winds will blow from the Atlantic ocean never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. The sea will be rough in the whole north littoral and predominantly calm in the South.
2010-10-09 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today’s weather won’t be much different from yesterday, meaning it will be overcast in the Eastern region, mostly sunny on the rest of the country and hot with average temperature of 31 degrees Celsius. At night, the temperatures will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. Some showers and thunderstorms are expected in the afternoon, particularly from Camaguey to Guantanamo. The winds will blow from the North to the North-east in the west and center, and from the North-east in the Eastern part with speeds between 10-25 km per hour, somewhat stronger in zones of the North coast. There will be some roughness in the whole northern coast and calm sea on the South coast in the evening.
2010-10-08 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The day will be warm, especially in the South and South-East where the Celsius scale will reach 31 degrees Celsius. The temperature will drop down to 26 degrees Celsius in the evening. The sky will be mostly clear and sunny with some occasional clouds, particularly in zones of the Eastern part; the clouds might increase in the afternoon bringing short-term showers and thunderstorms from Camaguey to Guantanamo, which will be scarce in the rest of the country. There will be some breeze between 15-30 km per hour from the Atlantic ocean, somewhat stronger in the North coast. The swells with danger for navigation will persist in the whole northern coast. In the South littoral the sea will remain calm.
2010-10-07 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly sunny and warm Thursday, less hotter in the Western part, with some cloudiness on the Eastern and Center where some showers are expected in the afternoon. Some occasional clouds will be present in the West bringing short-term showers. Maximum temperature will be 27-30 degrees Celsius, the warmest parts will be Eastern provinces. Evening comes, the temperature will drop to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the North with speeds between 20-35 km per hour and stronger gusts, except in the South-east region where it will be weak. The sea will be turbulent all over North coast, particularly in the Western and center, where dangerous waves will persist. The South coast will experience another day with calm sea, although it will become unrest in the afternoon from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-10-06 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be cloudy in the central and eastern regions with some showers and thunderstorms which will be more intense from Villa Clara and Cienfuegos to Camaguey. In the west there will be clouds sun, clouding over occasionally with low rain probabilities. Another warm day is expected today with maximum temperature between 28-31 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in Granma province and decreasing at night to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow somewhat strong in the western and central regions, with an average speed of 20-35 km per hour and stronger gusts. In the rest of the country it will be weak. Some big dangerous waves will occur on the north western coast, causing danger for swimmers and navigation. In the rest of the North littoral the sea will be rough, whereas in the South it will be predominantly calm.
2010-10-05 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be cloudy in zones of the northern coast with occasional showers and mainly sunny in the rest of the country; as the day approaches noon the clouds might be increased bringing some showers and rains from Matanzas to Camagüey, which will be scarce in the rest of the country. The day will be hot with maximum temperatures around 31 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The fairly strong wind will persist today in the Western part, blowing from the North with speeds between 20-35 km per hour. In the rest of the country it will blow from the Atlantic with average speed between 10-25 km per hour. There will be unrest of the sea all over North coast, except in the Western, where dangerous waves are possible. The South coast will experience another day with calm sea.
2010-10-04 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be another hot day with maximum temperature between 29-32 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. This morning will see mostly clear skies and sunny, with some scattered clouds in zones of the northern coast except in the Eastern part, where the overcast weather will persist bringing showers and thunderstorms which can be quite strong at some points from Camaguey to Guantanamo. The wind will be fairly strong from the West to the Center, blowing from the North with speeds between 20-35 km per hour, with stronger gusts. In the rest of the country it will be weak, never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. There will be unrest of the sea in the whole north littoral, which will be increased to dangerous swells for navigation in the western part. In the rest of the coasts the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-10-03 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Sunday's predominant weather is forecast to be mostly sunny with some clouds and low rain probabilities, apart from the Eastern region, where it will be partly cloudy with times of sun, getting cloudy in the afternoon with some showers and thunderstorms, particularly intense from Camaguey to Holguin. The day will be hot, reaching maximum temperature of 31 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop to 22-25 degrees Celsius. The northern wind will be present today, blowing with average speed of 10-25 km per hour. The sea will be predominantly calm on the whole north coast, except in the north western littoral, where it will be rough. In the South, the sea will remain calm.
2010-10-02 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly sunny throughout Cuba with scarce showers in the afternoon, apart from the Eastern region where it will be mostly cloudy with periods of sunshine and abundant rains and thunderstorms, particularly in some localities and mountainous zones. The maximum temperature will be between 28-31 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will descend slightly to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak, never exceeding the speed of 20 km per hour. The sea will be predominantly calm in all the littorals.
2010-10-01 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The overcast weather will persist in the central and east regions with numerous showers, rains and some thunderstorms which will be intense in zones of mountains and South coast. In the West part it will be mostly sunny with a couple of showers in the afternoon. The wind will blow from the South to the Southwest in the Center and East with average speed of 15-30 km per hour although some stronger gusts are expected in the Eastern half; it will be blowing from the Atlantic ocean in the west, never exceeding 25 km per hour. The maximum temperature in the evening will be in the range of 28-31 degrees Celsius in the western half, whereas in the rest of the country it will be less hotter, 26-29 degrees Celsius. Into the night, the temperature will descend to 23-26 degrees Celsius. The sea will be turbulent on the South-east coast, as well as in the North western. In the rest of littorals the sea will be predominantly calm.
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