Weather conditions in Cuba today, Monday, January 15, 2024

Weather conditions in Cuba today, Monday, January 15, 2024

The forecast center of the Cuban Meteorological Institute reported on Sunday that a semi-stationary and very weak front will increase cloudiness in the western region, especially in its northern coastal areas, with scattered rain.

For today, Monday, according to what was stated in part The Authority published on its official website at three o’clock in the morning that the weather is expected to be partly cloudy in the northwestern coastal areas, with light clouds appearing in the rest of the country.

During the morning, the weather will become partly cloudy in most parts of Cuba, and in the afternoon it will become cloudy in some locations in the western region with scattered rain, which will be rare in the rest of the archipelago.

Maximum temperatures in the afternoon range between 29 and 32 degrees Celsius, and are higher in the interior and southeastern regions. At night, temperatures range between 22 and 25 degrees Celsius.

Winds will be easterly on the northern coastal areas of the eastern half, and their speed will range between 10 and 25 kilometers per hour. In the rest of the regions of the archipelago, the winds will be variable and weak, as stated in the aforementioned text.

According to the information provided, it is expected that there will be waves on the northeastern coasts. As for the rest of the coast, wave activity will be light, then it will calm down in the afternoon and the sea will be calm in the north and west.

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Weather in Cuba: January

Insmet specifies that the third month of the dry season in Cuba is January, and that cold fronts affect the country more this month than in previous months, causing regular winter weather.

It is also one of the least rainy months of the year and frontal systems are the main cause of rainfall.

El Niño and Southern Oscillation (ENSO) continue to occur in the Pacific Ocean. Ocean conditions are stable. The sea surface temperature in the central and western regions of that ocean far exceeds the ENSO event threshold.

The MEI forecast model indicates that this phenomenon will continue until April or May, and its maximum intensity will occur between February and March.

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