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Santo Domingo.- The National Weather Office (Onamet) on Friday forecast weak to moderate showers across much of the Dominican territory as a frontal trough remains over the island.

It said the rainfall will be more frequent over central and northern provinces during the next 24 hours with seasonably mild temperatures during the night and early morning, especially the mountains.

Onamet continues its flash flood and landslide warnings for northern and northwestern provinces.

It said the trough will continue to produce significant rainfall throughout the  national territory over the weekend and issued small craft warnings along the Atlantic coast, from higher than normal waves.

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1 comment(s)
Written by: Adrian29630, 12 Feb 2016 11:07 AM
From: Dominican Republic, Cabrera
Why has Weather got anything to do with the Economy? Seems a very odd place to record the weather.
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