HAVANA, February 4. This system will be accompanied by an extensive area of prefrontal cloudiness with shower activity, rain and thunderstorms, which tomorrow, Sundaywill affect the western region of Cuba, which will extend in the afternoon and evening towards the central region and then towards the eastern region.
There is some probability that severe local storms will be generated as this system passes in isolation.
Starting Sunday morning, there will be somewhat strong winds from the south, with speeds between 25 and 40 kilometers per hour, with higher gusts in the western and central regions.
This situation could cause light coastal flooding in low areas of the southern coast of western Cuba, which will subsequently extend to the southern coast of the center and the east, mainly in the Gulfs of Ana María and Guacanayabo.
During Monday, a new cold front will form over the central region of the Gulf of Mexico, as it moves east it will affect the western and central regions of Cuba, accompanied by showers, rains and somewhat strong winds, which will blow in a direction between west and northwest.
Strong swells will occur in areas of the northern western and central coast, which could generate light to moderate coastal flooding in low areas of the northern western coast, including the Havana coast.
The Forecast Center of the Institute of Meteorology maintains close monitoring of this system and the information will be contained in the Weather Forecasts and Special Notices, as required.