UNAMITE: For the time being, the ash will not reach the Dominican territory, La Soufriere
The National Bureau of Meteorology (Onamet) reported that it continues to monitor the activity of La Soufriere volcano in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, but “there is no possibility of ash associated with the event reaching the Dominican territory at this time.” “, To ensure that the gases that degrade air quality in the upper atmosphere over the weekend will have little or no impact on the citizen’s health, so that he can lead a normal life.”
On Saturday morning a meteorological environment is shown for a few clouds in the northern region, the Cibao Valley and the northeast, however, some cloud concentrations will be observed over the central mountain range, sections of the southwest and the coastal plain of the Caribbean.
These conditions will change in some counties in the afternoon, because the humidity will arrive, which upon interaction with the terrain increases the clouds and will generate weak showers over El Seibo, Hato Mayor, Miches, Sabana de la Mar, San Francisco, Cotoy, Santiago, La Vega, Bonao and San Juan and other frontier sectors.
National area There will be increased clouds, but no rain expected.
There will be increases in clouds in Santo Domingo Oeste and Este with showers in the late afternoon.