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Weather News for November 2020:
2020-11-30 18:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Mostly cloudy with light north-easterly winds and a high of 25 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-30 08:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Sunny and pleasant, with gentle west-southwest winds and a temperature of 23 degrees Celsius. The sea is calm.

2020-11-30 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Sunny from early on and will continue to be so during the rest of the day, except for the most western region where it will be cloudy in the afternoon with some rain due to the approach of a cold front. Temperatures will be high through the day, in the range of 29-32 degrees Celsius (84-90 F) but at night they will drop quite a bit to 19-22 degrees Celsius (66-71 F).
The winds will be weak and variable until the night when they will start blowing from the north in the west, with speeds between 15-30 km/h (9-19 mph). The sea will be calm in most of the archipelago but at night the waves will start to increase on the north-western coast.
2020-11-27 08:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Sunny and nice, with gentle east-southeast winds and a high of 23 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-27 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Sunny Friday for most of Cuba, somewhat cloudier in areas of the north-east coast where some rain is possible. In the rest of the archipelago the rains will be very scarce. According to the meteorologists, the highest temperatures will be between 28-31 degrees Celsius (82-84 F), while the lowest at night will be 21-24 degrees Celsius (57-63 F).
Winds will come from the northeast with speeds between 10-25 km/h (6-16 mph), but can be stronger on the north coast where they will cause waves. On the south coast the sea will be calm.
2020-11-26 16:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Clear blue sky over Havana, harsh sunlight and a temperature of 30 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-26 08:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Nice weather starting this Thursday, with sunshine, mild south-south-east winds and a maximum of 23 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-26 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Today, we will continue to see sunny skies, with highs rising to near 30 degrees Celsius (86 F) for the most with low chances of rain, according to the Cuba's Institute of Meteorology. Tonight, the mercury will marks lows in around 21-24 degrees Celsius (57-63 F).
Winds will be mainly light from the north-east but the swell will persist on the north as well as the south-east coast. On the rest of the southern coast the sea remains calm.
2020-11-25 17:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Mostly sunny sky over Havana, mild northeast winds and a maximum temperature of 27 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-25 08:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
The day has started beautifully and pleasantly, with sunny skies and a temperature of 24 degrees Celsius. The wind blows gently from the east-southeast and there is some waves along the city' s coast.

2020-11-25 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Cuba is under the influence of high pressure which means that we will have a mostly sunny day with just a few isolated showers on the north coast. From early on, temperatures will gradually rise to 28-31 degrees Celsius (82-84 F) but will drop again at night to 21-24 degrees Celsius (57-63 F).
Winds will blow from the northeast with speeds sometimes above 30 km/h (20 mph) causing swell on the north coast and on the southern strip between Cabo Cruz and Punta de Maisi. On the rest of the southern coast the sea will remain calm.
2020-11-24 17:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Mostly sunny and warm with light north-east winds and a high of 26 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-24 10:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
It is sunny in Havana and the temperature is 27 degrees Celsius. The wind blows from the northeast at 21 km/h and there are waves along the Malecon.

2020-11-24 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Tuesday will be warm with plenty of sunshine although the odd showers cannot completely ruled out, these should be fairly few and far between. Top temperature will be in the range of 28-31 degrees Celsius (82-84 F) while the lows at night will hover 19-22 degrees Celsius (66-71 F).
Winds will come from the north-east and will be mainly light although they can exceed 25 km/h (16 mph) at times. There will be waves along the north and south-west coast, while elsewhere the sea will be calm.
2020-11-23 17:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Mostly clear skies over Havana. Winds blow from the north at 22-25 km/h and the maximum temperature is 26 degrees Celsius. The sea is calm along the coast of the city.

2020-11-23 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Sunny Monday for most of the country, cloudy at the eastern end only. Chances of rain will be low. Maximum temperatures will be around 28-31 degrees Celsius (82-84 F) although they may be higher in the south east. At night the thermometer will show lows between 21-24 degrees Celsius (57-63 F).
Winds will be weak, but can reach 25 km/h (16 mph) in the western region. The sea will be calm throughout the archipelago.
2020-11-21 08:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Sunny start of the day in Havana, with light north-east winds and a high of 25 degrees Celsius. There are strong waves pounding the coast of the city.

2020-11-21 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Cloudy in the centre and east with some rain that can be more intense in the afternoon. On the other hand, in the west, there will be sunshine and clouds with some outbreaks of rain in the afternoon. The highest temperatures will be recorded in the south-east region where the mercury can reach up to 31 degrees Celsius (84 F), while elsewhere it will be somewhat lower. Minimum temperatures at night will be between 20-23 degrees Celsius (68-73 F).
The winds will be moderately strong from the northeast, with gusts of up to 40 km/h (25 mph) on the north coast. There will be waves along the north coast while in the south the sea will be calm.
2020-11-20 18:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Mostly clear sky over Havana, with light north-east winds and a high of 26 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-20 10:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Partly sunny with somewhat strong northeast winds causing swells along the Malecón. The maximum temperature is 27 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-20 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Mostly cloudy with strong northwest winds and some rain, more frequent and intense from Camaguey to Guantanamo. There will be swells throughout the archipelago, but stronger along the north coast.
Daytime highs will be between 27-30 degrees Celsius (81-86 F), dropping at night to 21-24 degrees Celsius (57-63 F).
2020-11-19 09:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Mostly sunny and windy, with a maximum temperature of 26 degrees Celsius. There are strong waves hitting the coast of the city and producing light flooding in some low lying areas of the Malecon.

2020-11-19 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
There will be plenty of cloud cover over most of the archipelago, with some outbreaks of rain, more frequent and intense in the north of the central and eastern regions and extending into the night.
Strong northeasterly winds, sometimes over 50 km/h (31 mph), will cause swells along the north coast with light flooding in low-lying areas. There will also be swells on the south coast.
Maximum temperatures will be between 27-30 degrees Celsius (81-86 F), up to 33 degrees Celsius (91 F) in the south east; the lowest at night will be around 24-27 degrees Celsius (75-81 F).
2020-11-18 15:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Cloudy sky over Havana with some isolated showers. Winds blow from the northeast at 26 km/h and the maximum temperature is 27 degrees Celsius. There are strong waves along the Malecon.

2020-11-18 07:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Mostly start of the day with light showers in places. Winds come from the north-east at 22 km/h and the thermometer shows 25 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-18 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
It will be cloudy in much of Cuba, with some showers and rain in the north-west that will later spread to the rest of the country.
Winds will be from the north east and will be moderately strong, reaching 50 km/h (31 mph) at times in areas of the north coast of the west and centre. There will be waves over most of the archipelago which can cause light flooding in low-lying areas on the north-west coast.
Maximum temperatures will be between 26-29 degrees Celsius (79-84 F), dropping at night to 21-24 degrees Celsius (57-63 F).
2020-11-17 08:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Clouds and some sunshine over Havana to start the day, high humidity levels and light northeast winds. The thermometer reads 26 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-17 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Cloudy throughout the country with outbreaks of rain spreading east during the afternoon, tending to become heavy in places. The maximum temperatures will be around 30 degrees Celsius (86 F) while the minimum at night will be between 20-23 degrees Celsius (68-73 F).
The winds will blow from the northeast and will be light to moderate, sometimes exceeding 40 km/h (25 mph) on the north coast. There will be waves in most of the archipelago, mainly on the north-eastern coast where there is danger for water activities.
2020-11-16 18:00 LOCAL TIME - HURRICANE IOTA UPDATE.
This morning Hurricane Iota continued to strengthen over the waters of the Caribbean Sea and became the first category five of the current hurricane season. At 6:oopm, the centre of Iota was estimated at 13.6 degrees North latitude and 82.9 degrees West longitude, 70 km south-southeast of Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua's Atlantic coast, and moving west at about 15 km/hr. Iota has maximum sustained winds of 260 km/h.
This dangerous hurricane is expected to hit the northeast coast of Nicaragua, weakening gradually as it moves into Central American territory.

2020-11-16 07:00 LOCAL TIME - HURRICANE IOTA UPDATE.
Overnight and early this morning, Iota continued to strengthen over the Central Caribbean waters and now has sustained maximum winds of 230 km/h, making it a dangerous category four hurricane.
At 6:00a.m., Iota's centre was estimated at 13.7 degrees North latitude and 81.4 degrees West longitude, 240 km southeast of Cabo Gracias a Dios, on the border between Nicaragua and Honduras. This system moves west at 17 km/h.
Over the next 12-24 hours Iota will maintain a course between west and west-northwest and is forecast to be further strengthened as it approaches Nicaragua and Honduras tonight.

2020-11-16 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Sunny Monday for most, although somewhat cloudier in the central and eastern regions. The chances of rain are low, although some isolated showers in the afternoon cannot be completely ruled out, mainly in areas on the north coast. Daytime temperatures will remain around 29-32 degrees Celsius (84-90 F) but at night they will drop to 20-23 degrees Celsius (68-73 F).
Winds will be from the northeast, with speeds between 10-25 km/h (6-16 mph), but may exceed 30 km/h (20 mph on the north-eastern coast causing swells in the area. There will also be waves along the southern coast, while in the rest of the archipelago the sea will be calm.
2020-11-15 08:00 LOCAL TIME - HURRICANE IOTA UPDATE.
This morning, Hurricane Iota continued to strengthen and now has maximum sustained winds of 130 km/h. Iota is moving towards the west at 9km/h and is expected to increase in strength over the next 12-24 hours.
At 6:00am, Iota's centre was estimated at 13.1 degrees North latitude and 77.5 degrees West longitude, 650 km east-southeast of Cabo Gracias a Dios, on the border between Nicaragua and Honduras.
This Hurricane does not represent an immediate danger for Cuba but we must closely follow its future development.

2020-11-15 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Sunny Sunday with some occasional clouds and isolated showers in the afternoon, nothing to spoil anyone's day. The maximum temperatures will be around 29-32 degrees Celsius (84-90 F) but will be somewhat lower at night, 22-25 degrees Celsius (72-77 F).
Winds will be light from the northeast but can exceed 30 km/h (20 mph) on the north-east coast, causing heavy swells on both coasts of the region. In the rest of the archipelago the sea will remain calm.
2020-11-14 11:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Sunny with some clouds. It feels hot, the combination of sun, high humidity and weak winds gives a sensation of 32 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-12 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Today we can expect a mostly sunny day with just some isolated showers in the afternoon, the Cuban Institute of Meteorology says. It will be warm, with highs between 29-32 degrees Celsius (84-90 F), whereas at night it will vary around 21-24 degrees Celsius (57-63 F).
Winds will be light from the northeast but can exceed 30 km/h (20 mph) on the north-east coast. There will be swell on both eastern coasts and calm sea in the rest of the archipelago.
2020-11-13 18:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Partly cloudy and humid, with gentle northeast winds and a temperature of 27 degrees Celsius. The sea is calm along the Malecon.

2020-11-13 11:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Clouds and sun over Havana with some isolated drizzle. The humidity is very high, the winds are gentle from the northeast and the maximum temperature is 29 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-13 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
After a mostly sunny morning throughout Cuba, it will turn cloudy in the afternoon with some showers and rain, especially in areas of the inland and south. The expected highs will be around 29-32 degrees Celsius (84-90 F) but may be somewhat lower in the west. Evening comes, the mercury will descend to 22-25 degrees Celsius (72-77 F).
The winds will blow from the northeast with speeds up to 30 km/h (20 mph), the swell will be kept on both eastern coasts and there will be calm sea in the rest of the archipelago.
2020-11-12 15:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Cloudy skies and showers in places in Havana. Very humid and a maximum temperature of 31 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-12 08:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Humidity is very high in Havana at this time and the thermometer reads 27 degrees Celsius under a partly cloudy sky. The winds are weak from the south and the sea is calm along the coast of the city.

2020-11-12 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
After many days of abundant cloud and rain, the day will start mostly sunny in Cuba and will continue to be so until the afternoon when it will get cloudy in areas of the west and centre with some showers and rain. Humidity will be high and maximum temperatures will range from 29-32 degrees Celsius (84-90 F) during the day, falling to 22-25 degrees Celsius (72-77 F) later at night.
Winds will be weak, except in areas of the north-east coast where they can blow above 30 km/h (20 mph). The swell will remain on both eastern coasts while in the rest of the archipelago the sea will remain calm.
2020-11-11 17:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Cloudy skies over Havana with some light and isolated showers. Humidity is high and the maximum temperature is 26 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-11 12:00 LOCAL TIME - TROPICAL STORM ETA UPDATE.
... Eta is gradually moving away from Cuban territory...

After becoming a hurricane during the early morning hours, Eta has maintained little change in its cloud pattern and structure. Its maximum sustained winds remain at 120 km/h.
At midday today, its centre was estimated at 26.5 degrees North latitude and 83.6 degrees West longitude, 200 km southwest of Tampa on the Florida peninsula. Eta is now moving north-northeast at 17 km/hr.

2020-11-11 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Clouds will predominate in western Cuba, with showers and rain, which can be heavy in places of Pinar del Río and Artemisa. In the rest of the country there will be clouds and sun with occasional showers.
Winds will be light in most of the country, but can exceed 40 km/h (25 mph) in the west. Heavy swells will continue on the south-west coast, with light flooding in the lower areas of Artemisa and Mayabeque and there will also be swells on both eastern coasts. In the rest of the archipelago the sea will be calm.
The maximum temperatures will be between 29-32 degrees Celsius (84-90 F), while at night they will be between 23-26 degrees Celsius (73-79 F).
2020-11-10 15:00 LOCAL TIME - TROPICAL STORM ETA UPDATE.
At 3:00pm, the centre of Tropical Storm Eta was located near latitude 22.9 North, longitude 85.1 West, 110 km north of Cabo de San Antonio, Pinar del Rio province. Eta remains almost stationary and has maximum sustained winds of 95km/h.
It has continued raining heavily over the western and central regions of Cuba, registering up to 81 mm in Isabel Rubio, Pinar del Río, 70 mm in Topes de Collantes, Sancti Spíritus, as well as 65 mm in San Juan y Martínez, Pinar del Rio. This rainfall, combined with the saturation of the soil, can cause sudden flooding in low and poorly drained areas.
Winds blow from the south in the west at speeds of 30-45 km/h, with gusts of over 60 km/h in the far west. Heavy swells persist on the southern coast of Pinar del Rio, the Isle of Youth and the Canarreos archipelago, with light flooding in low-lying areas. Swells also remain on the north-western coast of Pinar del Rio and in the south-central coast.

2020-11-10 07:00 LOCAL TIME - TROPICAL STORM ETA UPDATE.
At 600 AM CST (1200 UTC), the centre of Tropical Storm Eta was located near latitude 22.6 North, longitude 85.3 West, about 125 km north-northwest of Cabo de San Antonio, in the province of Pinar del Río. Eta is stationary and will remain so for the next few hours with very little movement over the southeast of the Gulf of Mexico.
Maximum sustained winds have increased to about 100 km/h and further strengthening is expected during the next 24-48 hours, followed by a weakening that is likely to start on Thursday.
Rains and showers associated with ETA will continue to affect the western and central provinces of Cuba, and may become strong and intense in Pinar del Rio.
Winds will be from south to west with speeds of up to 45km/h, with higher gusts.
On the other hand, there will be swells on both western coasts, as well as in the central south, with slight coastal flooding in low lying areas of the Batabano gulf.

2020-11-10 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Today we can expect a cloudy day for most of Cuba, with showers and rain that can be heavier and more frequent in places, mainly in the western part of the country. Winds will be light in general, but not in the west where they can reach 45 km/h (28 mph). There will be waves in most of the archipelago, with strong swells on the western coasts as well as in the central south.
The thermometer will peak during the day at 26-29 degrees Celsius (79-84 F), while at night the temperature will vary around 21-24 degrees Celsius (57-63 F).
2020-11-09 17:00 LOCAL TIME - TROPICAL STORM ETA UPDATE.
At 400 PM EST (2100 UTC), the centre of Tropical Storm Eta was located near 23.9 degrees North latitude and 84.6 degrees West longitude, about 180 km west/northwest of Bahia Honda, Artemis. ETA is moving southwest at a speed of 26 km/h.
Eta has continued to weaken over the last few hours and now has maximum sustained winds of 85 km/h.
It is still raining over the western and eastern regions and this rain may still be heavy and intense in places. Winds are light to moderate, sometimes exceeding 35 km/h, mainly at the westernmost tip of the archipelago.

2020-11-09 07:00 LOCAL TIME - TROPICAL STORM ETA UPDATE.
At 6 a.m. the ETA centre was estimated at 25.1 degrees North latitude and 82.4 degrees West longitude, about 210 km north of Havana and about 260 km north-northeast of Bahia Honda, Artemis. ETA maintains maximum sustained winds of 100 km/h and moves west/northwest at about 20 km/h.
In the next few hours Eta will tilt its course to the west-southwest in the morning and to the southwest from the afternoon, moving further into the Gulf of Mexico. During this movement, it may gradually gain in organization and intensity, with the possibility of becoming a hurricane tomorrow Tuesday.
The areas of rainfall and showers associated with Eta will continue to affect most of Cuba, as will the winds, which may exceed 40 km/h at the westernmost tip this morning.
Swells on the north-western coast will persist with flooding in the lowlands.

2020-11-09 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Cloudy and rainy weather persists over Cuba. These rains will be heavy and intense in some areas, mainly in the western part of the country. Winds will be light to moderate throughout the country but in the west they can exceed 40 km/h (25 mph) causing heavy swells with coastal flooding in the lowlands, including the Havana's Malecon. There will also be swells in the rest of the archipelago.
Temperatures will reach a maximum of 27-30 degrees Celsius (81-86 F) during the day, lower in areas of heavy rain. At night, the thermometer will mark a minimum of 21-24 degrees Celsius (57-63 F).
2020-11-08 16:00 LOCAL TIME - TROPICAL STORM ETA UPDATE.
At 3:00pm the centre of Tropical Storm ETA was located near 23.9 degrees North latitude and 79.3 degrees West longitude, a position that places it about 250 km east of Key West and about 150 km northeast of Sagua la Grande. ETA is moving north-northwest at about 28km/h, and a northwest turn is expected this afternoon, followed by a westward movement on Monday morning.
On the forecast track, ETA's centre will continue to move through the Florida Straits between Cuba and Bahamas this afternoon.
ETA's maximum sustained winds are close to 100 km/h but the storm is expected to gain in intensity and become a hurricane before it reaches the Florida Keys tonight.

2020-11-08 07:00 LOCAL TIME - TROPICAL STORM ETA UPDATE.
Tropical storm Eta made landfall at around 4.30am along the southern coast of Cuba on the border between the provinces of Sancti Spíritus and Ciego de Ávila, according to the latest update from the Cuban Institute of Meteorology. At 6am its central region was estimated at 21.8 degrees North latitude and 78.7 degrees West longitude, over the city of Ciego de Avila, moving northeast at 19 km/h.
Eta will continue through central Cuba for the next few hours before entering the Florida Straits later this morning.
Eta-related rains continue to affect central and eastern Cuba, and will gradually spread to the western provinces. The force of the winds, between 70-95 km/h, will produce strong swells on the south coast of the centre and east, and in the north of the centre and west, causing flooding in the low-lying areas of these coasts, including the Havana Malecon.

2020-11-08 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Another cloudy day, with showers and rain that will be heavy and intense in places, mainly in the central region. According to meteorologists, maximum temperatures will be in the range of 25-28 degrees Celsius (77-82 F), while nighttime lows will vary around 23-26 degrees Celsius (73-79 F).
Winds will be strong throughout much of the country, with speeds between 40-55 km/h (25-34 mph), reaching 70 km/h (44 mph) in the central region, with higher gusts. There will be swells on all coasts, which will become strong in the north of the west and centre causing light to moderate coastal flooding in the lowlands.
2020-11-07 19:00 LOCAL TIME - TROPICAL STORM ETA UPDATE.
At 6pm, the centre of Tropical Storm #ETA was estimated at 20.7 degrees North latitude and 80.3 degrees West longitude, 125 km south-southwest of Trinidad, Sancti Spíritus and 175 km southwest of Júcaro, Ciego de Ávila. Eta moves quickly to the northeast at a rate of 26 km/h and has maximum sustained winds of 95 km/h.
With this course and speed, Eta will approach the central region of #Cuba during the night, penetrating the southern coast of the provinces of Sancti Spíritus or Ciego de Ávila around midnight tonight.
The rains associated with this storm are already affecting most of the archipelago and are expected to be heavy and intense in mountainous areas and on the southern coast, even in locations far from the storm's centre.
Starting tonight, tropical storm force winds of 90-110 km/h will be felt in the central region of Cuba. These winds will produce strong swells on the south coast, with sea level rising between 1 and 1.5 metres and moderate coastal flooding from Casilda in Sancti Spíritus to Manzanillo in Granma. The tidal waves will also affect the north coast of the western and central regions, producing coastal flooding in the lowlands.

2020-11-07 15:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Cloudy sky over Havana, with some isolated showers. High humidity and temperature of 28 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-07 11:00 LOCAL TIME - TROPICAL STORM ETA UPDATE.
Eta has again become a tropical storm. At 10:00 am the centre of the tropical storm was located near latitude 19.6 North, longitude 81.8 West, about 317 km south-west of Cienfuegos and 70 km west of Grand Cayman. It moves north-east at 28 km/h and its maximum sustained winds are 65 km/h.

2020-11-07 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Cloudy and rainy Saturdays for the whole country, mainly in the central and eastern regions where they can become more frequent and intense during the afternoon. Daytime temperatures will vary around 27-30 degrees Celsius (81-86 F) while at night they will be between 21-24 degrees Celsius (57-63 F).
The winds will be light to moderate but in the afternoon they can be stronger in areas of the south coast, with gusts above 60 km/h (37 mph). There will be swells throughout the archipelago, but stronger on the south coast.
2020-11-06 18:00 LOCAL TIME - TROPICAL STORM ETA UPDATE.
Tropical depression Eta remains unchanged significantly over the Gulf of Honduras and maintains maximum sustained winds of 55 km/h while moving northeast at 11 km/h.
At 6pm this afternoon, its centre was estimated at 17.5 degrees North latitude and 86.4 degrees West longitude, about 565 km west-southwest of Grand Cayman. With this track and translation speed, Eta will approach the seas to the south of Cuba over the weekend, increasing rainfall in much of the archipelago, which can be heavy and intense.
Tropical storm force winds may be registered from Saturday night, mainly in the central region, and there will be strong swells on the south coast with light to moderate coastal flooding on the southern coast of the eastern part of the country.

2020-11-06 17:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Completely overcast sky over Havana, with isolated light showers and gentle winds. The maximum temperature is 26 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-06 09:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Mostly cloudy with high humidity levels and light ESE winds. Top temperature 27 degrees Celsius. There are waves along the coast of the city.

2020-11-06 07:00 LOCAL TIME - TROPICAL STORM ETA UPDATE.
At 6 am, the centre of the ETA tropical depression was estimated at 17.5 degrees North latitude and 87.4 degrees West longitude, 660 km west-southwest of Grand Cayman and 680 km south-west of Punta del Este, Isle of Youth. Over the next 12-24 hours, Eta will tilt its course to the northeast and in the morning it may turn into a tropical storm again. With this motion, Eta will approach the weekend in the south-west and centre of Cuba, increasing rainfall in much of the archipelago, which can be strong and intense, even in areas far from the centre.

2020-11-06 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Cloudy weather will predominate today in much of Cuba, with rain that will be more numerous in the afternoon and may be heavier in places.Despite the clouds and rain, temperatures will remain high, around 27-30 degrees Celsius (81-86 F) during the day; the night will be cooler with lows between 21-24 degrees Celsius (57-63 F).
Winds will be light from the east but can exceed 35 km/h (22 mph) in parts of the north-west coast and on the Isle of Youth. There will be swell in most of the archipelago, with swells on both the west and south-central coasts.
2020-11-05 17:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Overcast sky over Havana with scattered light showers. Maximum temperature 27 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-05 09:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Cloudy and damp with light north-east winds. Top temperature 26 degrees Celsius. Tidal waves hit the city's coast.

2020-11-05 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Clouds will predominate throughout the territory, with showers and rain that will be more frequent and intense in the afternoon, especially in the central and eastern regions. The highest temperatures will be registered in the eastern zone with values between 28-31 degrees Celsius (82-84 F) but they will be somewhat lower elsewhere. The lowest temperatures at night will be between 24-27 degrees Celsius (75-81 F).
The winds will be moderate to strong from the north-east, with gusts above 40 km/h (25 mph) in parts of the north coast and the Isle of Youth. There will be swells along the north coast, as well as in the south of the west and centre.
2020-11-04 18:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Cloudy and windy with occasional light rain. Top temperature 26 degrees Celsius. Strong waves persist along the coast of the city.

2020-11-04 08:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Mostly cloudy with spells of light rain and moderate north-east winds. Maximum temperature 26 degrees Celsius. The waves are pounding the city's coastline.

2020-11-04 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Cloudy Wednesday in most of the national territory, with showers and rain that will be more frequent in the afternoon and may be heavier in places in the central and eastern regions. The highest temperatures will be in the range of 27-30 degrees Celsius (81-86 F) while the lowest at night will vary around 22-25 degrees Celsius (72-77 F).
Strong winds will keep up over most of the country with gusts of over 50 km/h (31 mph) in areas of the north coast. The strength of the winds will produce waves throughout the archipelago with swells along the entire north coast, as well as the southern strip between Punta de Maisí and Cabo Cruz. Light flooding is possible in low-lying areas of the north-west coast, including the Havana seafront.
2020-11-03 17:00 LOCAL TIME - HURRICANE ETA UPDATE.
The dangerous Hurricane Eta is making landfall just south of Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua, at 4 pm EST, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC). Eta's maximum sustained winds are 225 km/hr, with stronger gusts, and the storm is causing a hurricane surge up to 6.4 metres above normal tide levels along Nicaragua's northeastern coast.
At this moment ETA does not represent a danger for Cuba but we must be attentive to its future development.

2020-11-03 09:00 LOCAL TIME - HURRICANE ETA UPDATE.
The Category 4 Hurricane ETA is pounding Nicaragua's door as it slowly creeps toward the coast with maximum sustained winds of 233 km/hr and a forecast of storm surges, mudslides and catastrophic life-threatening winds, the National Hurricane Center said.
Eta, the 12th hurricane of the year and now a Category 4, is pounding Nicaragua's door as it slowly creeps toward the coast with maximum sustained winds of 145 mph. At 8 a.m. EST, the storm was 30 miles southeast of Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua.
After ETA makes landfall, it is expected to become very weak and its centre of circulation will be disrupted in the next 24 hours as it moves over Central America. Storm models predict that ETA will sweep through Central America for the entire week before turning west and re-entering the Caribbean towards Cuba and possibly Florida. Although hurricane specialists are not sure of this outcome yet.

2020-11-03 08:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Cloudy start of the day in Havana, with occasional light rain or drizzle. The humidity is high and the thermometer reads 26 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-03 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
Cloudy day all over the country, with some rain and strong winds from the north-east, with gusts above 50 km/h (31 mph). Temperatures will reach a peak between 28-31 degrees Celsius (82-84 F) during the day, while at night they will be between 23-26 degrees Celsius (73-79 F).
There will be tidal waves along the northern coast, with with slight flooding in the lowlands, including the Havana's Malecon. There will also be waves along most of the south coast.
2020-11-02 18:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Mostly cloudy afternoon with occasional showers. The temperature is extremely high and the maximum temperature is 29 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-02 08:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Partly cloudy with occasional light rain or drizzle. There are light east-northeast winds and the maximum temperature is 27 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-02 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
A cloudy day with outbreaks of rain and some thunderstorms across much of Western and northern areas of Cuba. It will remain warm today, with highs around 30-33 degrees Celsius (86-91 F); lows overnight will be in the range of 22-25 degrees Celsius (72-77 F).
The winds will blow from the northeast and will be somewhat strong along the north coast, with gusts exceeding 45 km/h (28 mph). There will be swells on the north coast of the western and eastern regions, as well as on the southern strip between Punta de Maisi and Cabo Cruz. In the rest of the archipelago the sea will be calm.
2020-11-01 09:00 WEATHER ACTUAL HAVANA CITY.
Short-lived downpour then sunny, with light northeasterly winds and a maximum temperature of 30 degrees Celsius.

2020-11-01 03:00 WEATHER FORECAST. NATIONWIDE.
It will be cloudy in the eastern region with some rain and thunderstorms while elsewhere in the country it will be mostly sunny with some isolated showers in the afternoon. Daytime temperatures will be between 30-33 degrees Celsius (86-91 F) while nighttime minimums will be in the range of 24-27 degrees Celsius (75-81 F).
The winds will come from the northeast, with gusts above 25 km/h (16 mph) in the north-east. There will be waves on the eastern coasts and calm sea in the rest of the archipelago.
Time now in Cuba is:
Tourist Advisory
The weather is hot and sunny all year round. April and May though are especially good. Then you have the most sunny days, low rainfall, low humidity, hot, but not too hot and no hurricanes. In addition, and rather perversely, generally this time, except the Easter week, is “low season”. So, you should see that flights, hotels, package holidays and car rentals are at the lowest rates but with relatively high availability. Please note some Hotels and Car models are popular all year so bookings are advisable as far in advance as possible.
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