Saharan dust causes high temperatures in the Dominican republic
Santo Domingo.- Saharan dust and the normal levels of solar radiation for this time of year will continue to create the conditions for high temperatures of more than 34 degrees Celsius in many parts of the Dominican Republic over the next 48 hours.
The weather forecasting body, ONAMET, is issuing its usual advice to the public to keep hydrated, wear light clothing and avoid direct sunlight for prolonged periods.
The likelihood of rainfall will be low in most parts of the country, the exceptions being the border regions and the southeast where there is a slight possibility of scattered showers.
For Friday, a weather system will increase cloud cover in the afternoon and cause isolated showers with some thunderstorms are forecast for the southeast, northeast, central mountains and the border region.
Sep 1, 2016
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