Havana Weather for March 28 to April 3rd

Havana photo by Juan Suárez

Rain on Thursday then dryer

HAVANA TIMES – Cuba remains under the influence of high pressure systems located in its central region over the western North Atlantic. This system brings southeast to south winds to the western region, along with a very dry air mass that has been limited rainfall in Havana on Wednesday.

Over the next few days, it will be partly cloudy in the capital during the morning, with decreasing cloudiness in the afternoon and a low chance of rain. Winds will mainly be from the northeast at speeds between 15 and 30 kilometers per hour. Relative humidity will range from 40% to 60%. High temperatures will be between 27 and 30ºC (81 and 86 F) and lows between 17 and 22ºC (63 and 72 F). The sea surface temperature will be 26ºC (79 F).

According to the forecast, the moderate to strong southeast winds over the northwest Caribbean will decrease this afternoon as a cold front moves southeastward, reaching the western part of the country by Thursday. Therefore, from late morning onwards, it will become cloudy in the western extremity, with the occurrence of numerous showers, rain, and isolated thunderstorms in the morning, diminishing from midday and becoming scattered in inland areas and the north coast of the capital. Consequently, there will be little wave action on the Havana coastline, gradually increasing to rough seas by the end of the afternoon. In areas of showers and rain, wind strength and wave height may increase.

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