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Tropical wave gains in organization in Cuba’s southern seas

Tropical wave gains in organization in Cuba’s southern seas

Havana, Aug 26 (Prensa Latina) Cuba's Institute of Meteorology reported on Thursday that the area of low pressure, associated with the active tropical wave in the Caribbean Sea, is gaining in organization in the southern seas of the country.
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Such phenomenon has an extensive area of clouds with strong activity of showers and thunderstorms that currently cover much of the central Caribbean Sea, Jamaica and reach the southern portion of the eastern region of Cuba. Atmospheric conditions are favorable for a tropical cyclonic development and that area of low pressure has a high probability of quickly becoming a tropical depression or tropical storm on Thursday.

The source refers that such change could occur as it moves northwest over the western Caribbean, approaching the Cayman Islands in the evening and the western region of Cuba and the Yucatan Channel on Friday.

Taking into account the rapid organization of the low-pressure area, its future movement and the likely formation of a tropical cyclone in the seas near the south of Cuba, a rise in rainfall is forecasted for Cuban western and central regions.

There will be heavy rainfalls in some localities, mainly in the western region on Friday, August 27 and on Saturday, August 28.

Depending on the future trajectory and evolution of the tropical wave, attention must be paid to the increase in the strength of the wind and the state of the sea in the areas that remain under its influence.

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