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Weather Summary for Puerto Rico
National Weather Service San Juan PR
400 PM AST Fri Jun 5 2020

Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies prevailed across Puerto Rico
today. Some brief showers affected portions of eastern Puerto Rico
in the morning. Then, showers develop across the interior and
western sectors, as well as from the local islands into eastern
sectors in the afternoon. However, significant rainfall
accumulations have not been observed with this activity. Daytime
high temperatures peaked in the upper 80s to lower 90s across
lower elevations, while lower temperatures were reported across
higher elevations. Winds were generally from the east at 15-20 mph
with higher gusts and sea breeze variations, but slightly higher
along the coast. In fact, a high temperature of 90 degree
Fahrenheit and a maximum sustained wind of 25 mph with a peak wind
gust of 31 mph were reported at the Luis Munoz Marin
International Airport today.

Mainly fair weather conditions are expected to prevail during the
overnight and early morning hours. However, passing showers may
move over portions of eastern sectors from time-to-time. Then,
local effects and diurnal heating will support shower and isolated
thunderstorm development across the interior and western sectors
in the afternoon. Overnight low temperatures are forecast to drop
into the mid to upper 70s, while daytime high temperatures are
expected to peak once again into the upper 80s to lower 90s across
coastal areas on Saturday. Winds will continue from the east at
5-15 mph overnight, increasing once again to 15-20 mph during the
day.

Across the regional waters, choppy seas up to 6 feet with winds
up to 20 knots are expected. The highest seas are expected across
the offshore waters and local passages. Thus, small craft
operators are urged to exercise caution across these waters. There
is a moderate risk of rip currents across most of the local
beaches, including the beaches of Vieques and Culebra.

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