Headline: Special Weather Statement issued March 07 at 11:15AM
Headline: Special Weather Statement issued March 07 at 11:15AM AST by NWS San Juan
...The Doppler radar detected strong winds across the islands of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands...A frontal boundary will continue to produce windy, showery and cloudy conditions through late this afternoon. Strong winds between 20 and 30 mph and higher frequent gusts will continue to affect the islands of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Winds in excess of 30 mph are possible near shower activity. Falling branches or even trees are possible with the strongest winds Torrential rainfall is also occurring with this shower, and may cause localized flooding. Do not drive your vehicle through flooded roadways.
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It's been pretty interesting on the north shore of STX, mid-island. Super windy--definitely gusts of more than 30 mph--and bouts of torrential rain. Been going on for a few days, and looks like it will last for another half-day. That, complemented by the long power outages, has made for some not-so-pleasant time.
And, I'm watching the biggest waves off my gallery I've ever seen (save hurricane season, of course).
Sweats and socks for sure!!!!!!
Had to close all windows and doors for the first time since moving here. The wind barrels into my house on a NOT al day - was knocking things off walls and tables!
Love the energy of this TD. Kinda wanted to dive to paddleboard today lol but I guess I'll work instead. Cisterns are nice and full though.