Coastal and maritime conditions remain dangerous for the island, with high risks of ocean currents and waves that fluctuate between eight and 10 feet high in the Atlantic Ocean.
According to the meteorologist Mariangelis Marrero Colon, of the National Meteorological Service (SNM), “We have a high risk of marine currents for the entire west, north and east coast of Puerto Rico, including the island of Vieques and Culebra.”
Likewise, Marrero Colon highlighted that the SNM issued a high wave warning for these same regions, as well as a warning for operators of small boats that navigate through the Mona passage, the waters of the Atlantic and the Flooded.
“All those people who are carrying out activities near the beach should be careful”warned the meteorologist.
The SNM predicted that these conditions could last at least until Tuesday.
On the other hand, fragmented humidity continues to enter the island that could leave some light showers. The affected regions could vary depending on the wind that, on Sunday morning, came from the east.