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Weather News for September 2010:
2010-09-30 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly overcast, with periods of clouds and sunshine and the occurrence of showers, rains and thunderstorms, which could be more intense in localities of the Center and East. In the Western part the rains will be scarce. Another hot day throughout Cuba is expected, especially in the evening when the maximum temperature will reach 28-31 degrees Celsius. The night will be less hot with a temperature between 20-23 degrees Celsius. The Southern wind will be present, blowing with speed in the range of 15-30 km per hour, with stronger gusts. The sea will be rough in all the littorals, particularly in the western, where dangerous swells for navigation are expected.
2010-09-29 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Considerable cloudiness with showers, rains and thunderstorm for most of the country, quite strong in localities of the East and Center. The winds will blow from the North in the Western part, whereas the rest of Cuba will experience winds from the Southeast with average speed between 20-35 km per hour, with stronger gusts. Slight decrease of the temperature; the most you will experience is 30 degrees Celsius. Later on, into the night, it will be between 20-33 degrees Celsius. Some big waves with danger for shallow-draft vessels are expected on the South coast with possible flooding in low zones of these littoral. In the rest of coasts the sea will be rough, increasing to swells in the afternoon in the North-west.
2010-09-28 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly cloudy throughout Cuba with a couple of morning showers followed by a thunderstorm in spots, more intense in zones of montains of the central part. The temperature will reach maximum values in the range of 29-32 degrees Celsius. Evening comes, it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the East in the western region and from the Southeast in the rest of the country, with average speed of 15-30 km for hour, reaching 35 km per hour in coastal zones of the West and central regions. There will be unrest of the sea in all the littorals.
2010-09-27 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today’s weather won’t be much different from yesterday, meaning it will be predominantly cloudy with times of sun; showers and thunderstorms are expected in the afternoon, particularly strong at the end of the evening. The heat will reach its peak sometime in the evening when it is expected temperature between 30-33 degrees Celsius. Into the night, it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind won’t exceed the speed of 30 km per hour. The sea will be turbulent on the North-east littoral, whereas the rest of coasts may experience slight roughness.
2010-09-26 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Times of clouds and sun with possible showers and thunderstorm in the afternoon, more intense from the West part to the Center. Another hot day is due today. The maximum temperature will be between 31-34 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The winds will blow from the East to the Southeast in the West and Center and from the Atlantic ocean in the rest of the country, reaching maximum speed of 30 km per hour in zones of the north-east littoral. Unrest of the sea is expected on the North-east coast, while in the rest of Cuba the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-09-25 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Some showers and thunderstorms around this afternoon, particularly in zones of the inland and South; otherwise, partly sunny throughout Cuba. We are in for another hot day with maximum temperature between 30-33 degrees Celsius with a less hotter night; 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean with average speed of 15-30 km per hour, reaching maximum of 35 in zones of the north coast. Some big waves might cause some trouble for shallow-draft vessels on the North-east coast; unrest of the sea is expected for the rest of North littoral, as well as from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz and just a little disturbance of the sea for the South.
2010-09-24 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly sunny throughout the country with times of clouds in the Western and center part. As the day approaches noon, the cloudiness will increase in zones of the inland and South, bringing some showers and thunderstorms in the western provinces which will be scarce for the rest of the country. The day will be hot with average temperatures between 30-33 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop to values between 24-27 degrees Celsius. The eastern wind will persist today with speed between 15-30 km per hour, somewhat stronger in zones of the northern coast. As a consecuence, the sea will be rough all over north littoral, as well as from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz, increasing to swells on Northeast coast in the evening. In the rest of the South coast it will be predominantly calm.
2010-09-23 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be partly sunny for most of the country with some scarce showers around this afternoon, particularly in localities of the inland and South. The maximum temperature will be around 32 degrees Celsius, 33 in some parts of the South-east, whereas at night it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The eastern wind will be present with average speed in the range of 15-30 km per hour, although in some parts of the northeast coast it could blow harder. The sea will be rough in the whole north coast, as well as from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz, while in the South littoral it will be predominantly calm.
2010-09-22 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly sunny and delightful throughout Cuba, apart from the Eastern part where it will be cloudy an rainy. The cloudiness might increase in the afternoon in zones of the inland and South, bringing some showers and thunderstorms. The heat will reach its peak sometime in the evening when it is expected temperature around 32 degrees Celsius. Later on, into the night, it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind they will blow from the Atlantic Ocean with average speed of 15-30 kilometres per hour, reaching 35 km per hour in zones of the north-east coast. There will be swells with danger for boats in the north-east littoral, unrest of the sea in the rest of the north coast and calm sea in the whole south littoral.
2010-09-21 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. This Tuesday it will be beautiful with a full day of sunshine, and stay like that all day although some clouds might appear in the afternoon in the center and East, bringing some showers and thunderstorms which will be scarce in the rest of the country. Another hot day is due today. The maximum temperature will be between 30-33 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean with speed between 15-30 km per hour, reaching maximum of 35 in zones of the northern coast of the center and East, causing dangerous swells with possible flooding in low zones of this littoral. In the rest of the north coast the sea will be rough, as well as from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-09-20 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly clear and sunny in the morning, getting partly cloudy in the afternoon in zones of the inland and South of the provinces, bringing some showers and thunderstorms in the Eastern part. During the day the temperatures will ascend to reach values around 33 degrees Celsius, coming up to 34 degrees Celsius in Granma and Santiago de Cuba provinces. Evening comes the temperatures will be between 24-27 degrees Celsius. The sea will be turbulent in the north eastern littoral. In the rest of coasts the sea will be predominantly calm, although the North-west coast may experience some roughness in the afternoon.
2010-09-19 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. A couple of morning short-term showers in zones of the northern coast; otherwise, it will be sunny to partly cloudy in the afternoon with the occurrence of some showers and thunderstorms in the inland and South of the East which will be scarce in te rest of the country. The heat will go on. Maximum temperature will be around 32 degrees Celsius. The night won’t be that hot as temperature will drop down to 25-28 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean with average speed in the range of 10-25 km per hour, somewhat stronger in some parts of the North coast. The sea will be rough for the whole north littoral, particularly on the North-east coast where dangerous swells for navigation are expected. In the South coast it will be predominantly calm with some occasional roughness from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-09-18 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. This Saturday it will be sunny for most of Cuba getting partly cloudy in the afternoon, mainly in zones of the inland and South where some showers and scarce thunderstorms are expected. The heat persist with another very hot day with maximum temperature around 33 degrees Celsius. The night will be less warm, but hot nevertheless, 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean with average speed of 10-25 km per hour, although in some parts of the northern coast it could blow harder. The sea will be rough all over north coast, particularly on the North-east coast where the afore-mentioned Atlantic wind will cause dangerous swells for navigation with possible flooding in low zones. In the South coast the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-09-17 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Some short-term showers are expected, particularly in zones of the Western half and Mainland; otherwise, times of clouds and sun. Another typical warm day in Cuba. The heat will reach its peak sometime in the evening when it is expected average temperature around 31 degrees Celsius. Later on, into the night, it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the East, with average speed of 10-25 km per hour, reaching 35 km per hour in Pinar del Rio and Isla de la Juventud. The sea will be predominantly calm, although the northern coast may experience some roughness, mainly in the North-east littoral, where the dangerous swells will persist.
2010-09-16 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. A blend of sun and clouds. As the day approaches noon the clouds might increase bringing some showers and thunderstorms which will be quite strong in the Western part. The day will be hot with maximum temperatures around 30-33 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop to 25-284 degrees Celsius. The eastern wind will persist today, never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. There will be dangerous swells for the navigation on the north-east coast and unrest of the sea in the rest of the north littoral, whereas in the South coast it will be predominantly calm.
2010-09-15 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. There will be intervals of clouds and sunshine throughout Cuba with the occurrence of some showers and a couple of heavy thunderstorms in the afternoon, particularly strong in zones of the West and Center. The maximum temperature will vary in the range of 30-33 degrees Celsius, somewhat less hotter in areas affected by rains. Later on, into the night, it will be between 24-27 degrees Celsius. The Eastern wind will be present averaging speed of 10-25 km per hour, apart in Pinar del Rio and Isla de la Juventud where it will reach 35 km per hour. There will be dangerous swells for the navigation on the north-east coast and unrest of the sea in the rest of the north littoral, as well as in the South coast of Pinar del Rio and Isla de la Juventud.
2010-09-14 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Nice weather with intervals of clouds and sunshine with occasional showers, rains and thunderstorms which will be intense in mountainous zones of the central region and will diminish gradually from the evening in the south-east portion. Maximum temperature expected will be in the range of 30-33 degrees Celsius, less hotter in areas affected by rains. Evening comes, it will drop to values between 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak, however, in the afternoon it will blow from the Atlantic ocean, ranging speed between 10-25 km per hour, although in zones of the northern coast and Isla de la Juventud it could blow harder, causing the sea to be rough. In the rest of littorals the sea will be predominantly calm.
2010-09-13 03:30 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly sunny for most of Cuba, apart from the Eastern region where it will cloudy with the occurrence of showers, rains and thunderstorms which will extend to the center part in the evening. Nevertheless, it will be another very hot day with maximum temperature between 31-34 degrees Celsius. At night it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The winds from the Atlantic will reach speed between 15-30 km per hour. The unrest of the sea will persist in both eastern littorals, whereas in the rest of coasts, the sea will be calm.
2010-09-12 11:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. This Sunday will be mostly sunny with possible showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon, mainly in zones of the inland and South. Today it will be another very hot day, reaching maximum temperature around 33 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in the South-east region. At night it will drop to values in the range of 25-28 degrees Celsius. The wind will blow from the Atlantic ocean with average speed between 10-25 km per hour, although some parts of the North-east coast can experience 30 km per hour. The sea will be rough on the North-east littoral, whereas in the rest of coasts it will be predominantly calm.
2010-09-11 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Mostly clear blue skies, sunny and hot all day. Some ocassional clouds might bring short-term showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. The heat will reach its peak sometime in the evening when it is expected average temperature aroun 33 degrees Celsius. Later on, into the night, it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will be variable weak throughout the day. Some unrest of the sea is expected on the North-east coast, whereas in the rest of littorals the sea will remain calm.
2010-09-10 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Today it will be a typical summer day in Cuba, meaning it will be very hot and mostly sunny throughout the country with possible showers and strong thunderstorms in the afternoon. Maximum temperatures expected will range values between 31-34 degrees Celsius, whereas at night it will descend slightly to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak with breezes regime in the evening. The sea will be calm.
2010-09-09 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Another hot day throughout the country is expected, especially in the evening when the temperature will reach maximum of 33 degrees Celsius. The night will be equally hot, if somewhat less warm, 25-28 degrees Celsius. It will be mostly sunny for most of Cuba, with some occasional clouds in zones of the northern coast which will become denser in the afternoon, bringing showers, rains and thunderstorms, mainly from Havana province to Guantanamo. The wind will be weak never exceeding the speed of 20 km per hour. Some roughness is expected on the North-East littoral, while in the rest of coast it will be predominantly calm.
2010-09-08 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Partly sunny with a couple of showers and thunderstorms around in the afternoon, more intense from Matanzas to Holguin. The heat season will persist, there are predicted maximum temperature of 33 degrees Celsius, somewhat hotter in the South-east region, whereas at night it will drop to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The Eastern wind will be present, with breezes regime in the evening, never exceeding the speed of 20 km per hour. The sea will be predominantly calm on all the coasts, although in the evening it will be quite turbulent in the North-east littoral.
2010-09-07 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly sunny throughout Cuba, but some clouds might appear in the afternoon bringing some showers and thunderstorms, which will be intense in zones of the inland of the central region. The evening will be very hot with maximum temperature between 32-35 degrees Celsius. At night there will be values in the range of 25-28 degrees Celsius. The wind will be variable weak with breezes in the evening. There will be surge in the North-east littoral and slight unrest in the rest of coasts.
2010-09-06 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. The heat will reach its peaks sometimes in the evening, when is expected temperature in the range of 33 degrees Celsius, 35 in Granma, Santiago de Cuba and Guantanamo provinces. The sky will be mostly clear and sunny and will become cloudy in the afternoon with the occurrence of some showers and thunderstorms, which can be strong in the central region and zones of the inland and south of the eastern part. The winds will be weak with breezes regime in the evening. The sea will be predominantly calm in all littorals.
2010-09-05 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. This Sunday will be another very hot day. The weather conditions will not vary very much throughout Cuba with regards yesterday, meaning there will be times of clouds and sun in the Western part with some showers and thunderstorm in the afternoon, particularly from Havana province to Camaguey. It’ll be hot until the evening with maximum temperature around 33 degrees Celsius. The night will be less hotter, 25-28 degrees Celsius. The eastern wind will be present in the West never exceeding the speed of 10-25 km per hour, whereas in the rest of Cuba it will be variable weak. The sea will be predominantly calm, with occasional roughness in some parts of the North-east littoral, as well as from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz.
2010-09-04 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Times of clouds and sun from the West to the center, with the occurrence of occasional short-term showers and rains, whereas in the rest of the country it will be mostly sunny. As the day approaches noon and in the evening, it will be mainly cloudy for most of the country, with some short-term showers and thunderstorms which can be quite strong in some parts of the west and center. We are in for another hot day, reaching its peaks sometimes in the evening ranging values between 32-35 degrees Celsius. At night the temperatures will drop down to 25-28 degrees Celsius. The wind will be weak, however, in the afternoon it will blow from the Atlantic ocean, never exceeding the speed of 25 km per hour. The sea will be predominantly calm for all the littorals.
2010-09-03 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. Partly sunny followed by some short-term showers and thunderstorms around in the afternoon, mainly in zones of the northern coast. The heat will go on, maximum temperature will be in the range of 33 degrees Celsius, although some parts of the South-east region can experience 35 degrees Celsius. Evening comes it will drop down to 24-27 degrees Celsius. The southern wind will persist today with average speed of 10-25 km per hour. In some parts of the North-west coast it could blow harder. The sea will be rough in the whole north littoral, whereas in the rest of coasts it will be predominantly calm.
2010-09-02 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will be mostly sunny in the whole country clouding over with some short-term showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon, mainly in localities of the northern coast. The temperature will reach maximum values between 32-35 degrees Celsius. At night it will descend to be between 24-27 degrees Celsius. The winds will blow from the South with speed between 10-25 km per hour, somewhat stronger in zones of the North western coast. There will be some unrest of the sea all over North coast, whereas in the rest the sea will be predominantly calm with some occasional roughness.
2010-09-01 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE. It will mostly sunny straight from the sunrise with average temperature of 33 degrees Celsius throughout Cuba, except for the South-East region where it will be even hotter. The sky will be occasionally cloudy in the afternoon, most likely on the Eastern, where some occasional showers and thunderstorms 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 in zones of the Northern coast. The big waves with danger for navigation will persist on North-east coast with possible flooding in low zones, particularly from Gibara to Baracoa. Dangerous swells are expected for the rest of North coast and some roughness from Punta de Maisi to Cabo Cruz, whereas in the rest of the South coast the sea will be predominantly calm.
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