Jamaica will experience showers despite its drought
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Jamaicans, especially those living throughout the island who have been severely afflicted by the current dry circumstances, should prepare for rain starting tomorrow into Thursday.
People of the Corporate Area are among those who are affected because several areas have recently had to deal with water lock-offs.
Tuesday night, the Meteorological Service reported that a cold front and associated pre-frontal trough are currently causing cloudiness, showers, and sporadic thunderstorms across the northwestern Caribbean.
The system was predicted to bring unsteady weather to Jamaica starting tomorrow and continuing through Thursday.
Wednesday is expected to be generally cloudy with sporadic afternoon and evening showers across the majority of parishes and thunderstorms primarily in the northern parishes.
According to the Met Service’s forecast, Thursday will be generally cloudy with afternoon and evening showers, especially in the southern and northern parishes.
Also, primarily across northern parishes, windy conditions with slightly cooler-than-normal temperatures are anticipated.
The Met Service issued a warning on Tuesday evening: “Fishers and other maritime interests, notably those inshore and offshore the north coast, should take caution as sea conditions will deteriorate due to thunderstorms and strong gusty winds.
The Meteorological Service announced that it would keep an eye on the system.
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