A trough and a tropical wave affect the weather conditions over the Dominican Republic, and are responsible for the rains that have been generated since last night, mainly in Greater Santo Domingo.
According to the report of the National Meteorological Office, a mostly cloudy sky will predominate over much of the country, generating local downpours accompanied by gusts of winds towards the regions: northwest, north, southeast, Central Mountain Range and the border area.
Notes that the outlook will remain unchanged tomorrow, continuing the rains because of both phenomena.
For Santo Domingo and the National District there will be a cloudy to cloudy environment with local showers.
While in Greater Santo Domingo the minimum temperature will be between 22ºC and 24ºC and the maximum between 28ºC and 30ºC.