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Trough associated with Tropical Storm Laura brings rain to Jamaica

2020-08-24 19:56:55 | (0 Comments)


As Tropical Storm Laura continues to move along the south coast of Cuba and induce a Trough across Jamaica, expect continued cloudiness, showers and thunderstorms to persist until later today. Additionally, gusty winds are expected due to the presence of a Low-Level Jet Stream until tonight.

This Morning expect mostly cloudy with periods of showers and thunderstorms across most parishes parishes.

In the afternoon expect cloudy with periods of showers and thundershowers mainly across central and western parishes. Windy across the island.

Tonight should be partly cloudy with lingering showers across western parishes.


Maximum temperature expected for Kingston today… 32 degrees Celsius.
Maximum temperature expected for Montego Bay today… 31 degrees Celsius.


3-DAY FORECAST (starting tomorrow):


Tuesday:Morning showers and isolated thunderstorms across eastern parishes. Scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms across central and western parishes.

Wednesday: Isolated morning showers across eastern parishes, elsewhere partly cloudy. Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms across sections of most parishes.

Thursday: Morning showers and isolated thunderstorms across sections of south-central and eastern parishes. Widely scattered afternoon showers across most parishes. Windy along southern parishes.

Other Current Regional Weather Features:
Tropical Storm Laura is located approximately 285 Kilometres east southeast of Cayo Largo, Cuba.

Tropical Storm Marco is located approximately 190 kilometres south southeast of the mouth of the Mississippi River.
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Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News

 
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