Cuban Northern Coasts Hit by Floods Associated to Cold Front

Cuban News Agency

There are strong swellings on the sea in the Cuban western region and there have been moderate flooding in coastal areas including the Havana’s Malecon

Cuban Northern Coasts Hit by Cold Front Associated Floods. Photo: ACN

The Cuban Forecast Center of the Meteorology Institute issued the Special Warning number 4, as it reads:

With the arrival of a new cold front Friday night, winds turned to the west-northwest direction with speeds of 20-35 kilometers per hour with higher gusts in the Northern coast.

After midnight, winds turned to the northwest increasing their speed to 35-50 kilometers, stronger at times.

There are strong swellings on the sea in the Cuban western region and there have been moderate flooding in coastal areas including the Havana´s Malecon.

Winds will keep their strength all day long, especially in western Cuba, with more flooding possibilities. In Easten Cuba, winds will have sustained speeds between 20 to 35 kilometers per hour.

There will be cloudy skies all over Cuba, with rains from Camaguey to Guantanamo provinces. The day will be cooler than previously with maximum temperatures ranging between 21 to 24 Celsius degrees.

The Civil Defense of Cuba reports there hasn’t been any material or human losses till the end of this report.

 

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