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Flash Flood Watch Issued for U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico With Forecasters Expecting 'Unsettled…

Staff Consortium | November 03, 2022

The National Weather Service announced Thursday that the combination of a polar trough and increasing moisture from the south will result in a very unsettled weather pattern beginning late Friday and stretching into early next week. For this reason,  a Flash Flood Watch was issued.  Impacts of this weather system include increasing showers and thunderstorms which will enhance the risk of urban, river and flash flooding across the area. According to NWS, although all the forecast areas will be prone to flooding, the southern and eastern half of Puerto Rico, Vieques, Culebra and the U.S. Virgin Islands are expected to receive the greater amounts. Between 3 to 6 inches of rain are expected, with higher isolated amounts. Marine and coastal conditions will also deteriorate this weekend, due to a combination of increasing winds and a northerly…

Hazardous Weather and Marine Conditions to Impact…

Staff Consortium | April 13, 2022

The National Weather Service in San Juan announced Wednesday that increasing winds and a northerly swell…

Hazardous Marine and Coastal Conditions Expected Across…

Staff Consortium | November 22, 2021

A long-period northerly swell is expected to cause hazardous marine and coastal conditions across the…

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…

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