The low temperatures that were recorded on Thursday night and early Friday morning arose as a result of the effect of the cloudiness associated with the trough and the cold front recorded north of Puerto Rico since Tuesday of this week, he explained Mariangelis Marrero Colon, meteorologist National Weather Service (SNM).
“The cloudiness helped a lot, which did not allow that radiation to reach the surface. and warmer temperatures were felt,” said Marrero Colon.
As he explained, during On Thursday, temperatures on the archipelago’s coasts remained in the high 70s and low 80s degrees Fahrenheitwhile the maximum reported yesterday at the Luis Munoz Marin airport was 80 degrees.
“During Thursday night and early Friday morning Temperatures in the interior of the island fluctuated between the high 50s and low 60s.. Here on the coast they fluctuated between the mid to high 70s, indicated the meteorologist while she explained that the flow of the north wind will continue today maintaining cool temperatures for all of Puerto Rico.
Regarding the rain activity, Marrero Colon assured that A variable pattern in weather conditions will be observed todaywith passing showers, cloudiness and moments of sunshine.
Conditions are expected to improve as the weekend approaches.
“At least, the The rain activity that we will be seeing today is associated with some patches of moisture that are moving over the island with the flow of northerly winds.but it is expected that today we will observe this improvement in weather conditions,” he explained.
“Today is not expected to be a day of heavy rain activity., like in the past days, when we had constant rain. There will be passing rain activity across the island today, but nothing significant,” he added.
However, although weather conditions will improve substantially on Friday, Conditions at sea remain dangerous for both swimmers and small boat operators.
“Although weather conditions are going to improve dramatically, It doesn’t mean it’s a spectacular day to go to the beach.”Marrero Colon warned.
“At least, for the west, north and east coast, including the municipal islands, we have a high risk of marine currents for that entire coastline.. “We also have a warning for small boat operators that extends across the waters of the Atlantic,” he said, while indicating that a high surf warning remains in place until 6:00 p.m. Friday on the west coasts. , north and east of Puerto Rico.