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Hazardous Marine and Coastal Conditions Expected Across USVI and Puerto Rico From Thanksgiving Day and…

Staff Consortium | November 22, 2021

A long-period northerly swell is expected to cause hazardous marine and coastal conditions across the Atlantic waters and passages, and along the northern exposed beaches of the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico from Thursday (Thanksgiving Day) through the weekend, the National Weather Service in Puerto Rico has announced. According to the  release, seas are forecast to build to around 8 feet or higher for the Atlantic waters, and the long-period swell is expected to cause rough surf conditions and life-threatening rip currents from the northwest to east coast of Puerto Rico, including Culebra and some beaches of northern Vieques. Across the USVI, the main threat is expected along the west to the northern coast of St. Thomas, but the threat of strong rip currents could spread and increase across the rest of the islands during the weekend,…

Tropical Wave in Atlantic With 'Well Defined Low Pressure'…

Staff Consortium | September 14, 2021

A system that recently came off the coast of Africa is showing signs of development as it moves through…

Governor Bryan, VITEMA Director Daryl Jaschen to Hold…

Staff Consortium | August 14, 2021

Government House announced Saturday that Governor Albert Bryan and VITEMA Director Daryl Jaschen will…

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