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Tropical Storm Nana southwest of Jamaica.

2020-09-01 22:59:47 | (0 Comments)


Tropical Storm Nana continues to move in a westerly direction and away from the Jamaica. A Tropical Wave across the central Caribbean is expected to move across the Jamaica Wednesday afternoon into Thursday.

Tropical Storm Nana formed this morning. Nana is moving west at 16 knots and is 680 km east of Limon Honduras at 3 p.m. and could become a Hurricane on Thursday.

24-HOUR FORECAST

Tonight expect partly cloudy with lingering showers across western parishes.

Tomorrow morning expect isolated showers across northern parishes, partly cloudy elsewhere.

In the afternoon expect showers and thunderstorms mainly across central and western parishes and hilly inland areas, elsewhere partly cloudy.

Minimum temperature expected for Kingston tonight is 25 degrees Celsius and the same in Montego Bay.

3-DAY FORECAST (after tomorrow):

Thursday (Election Day): Partly cloudy morning. Afternoon showers and thunderstorms mainly across across central and western parishes.

On Friday expect morning showers across eastern parishes, partly cloudy elsewhere. In the afternoon it will partly cloudy with showers and thunderstorms across most parishes and lingering into the evening.

Saturday expect morning showers across eastern parishes, partly cloudy elsewhere. Afternoon showers and thunderstorms mainly across across central and western parishes.

Other Current Regional Weather Features:

Tropical Storm Omar formed this afternoon offshore the east coast of the United States and was 365 km east of Cape Hatteras North Carolina at 3 p.m.

Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News

 
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