Havana Weather for November 14-20

Cool days and early mornings

By Yanet Díaz

Photo: Frank Barrabeitg

HAVANA TIMES – The days will be cool this week, with partial clouds and a predominance of clear skies. The winds will be from the north and northeast with speeds between 15 and 30 km/h. The humidity will a little lower, ranging between 60 and 80%.

The high temperatures will be between 24 and 28° C (75 and 82 F) and the lows will range between 19 and 22° C (66 and 72 F). This will be the first significant decrease in temperatures this season. The sea surface temperature will be 28° C (82 F).

Meteorological conditions:

A cold front in dissipation is located on the northwestern coast of Cuba, generating some occasional showers and scattered clouds. Due to the strong northern winds associated with this front, waves are occurring on the north coast. In the coming hours the front will dissipate, giving way to a new frontal system on Friday that will cause rains and a new drop in temperatures.

On the Atlantic, the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, tropical cyclone formation is not expected during the next 5 days.

Weekly forecast, valid from Wednesday November 13

Thursday November 14, max 28° C (82 F) min 22° C (72 F)
Partly cloudy

Friday November 15, max 28° C (82 F) min 22° C (72 F)
Isolated showers

Saturday November 16, max 24° C (75 F) min 20° C (68 F)
Partly cloudy

Sunday November 17, max 24° C (75 F) min 19° C (66 F)
Partly cloudy

Monday November 18, max 24° C (75 F) min 19° C (66 F)
Partly cloudy

Tuesday November 19, max 26° C (79 F) min 20° C (68 F)
Isolated showers

Wednesday November 20, max 26° C (79 F) min 20° C (68 F)
Partly cloudy



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