Know the weather of this day in Puerto Plata

Know the weather of this day in Puerto Plata
Know the weather of this day in Puerto Plata

Temperature, probability of rain, cloudiness and ultraviolet rays are some of the data you should know before leaving home. (Infobae/Jovani Pérez)

Will it rain, will it be a sunny day or will it get cold this Thursday, June 20?, here it is the weather forecast for the following hours in Puerto Plata.

During the day temperature will reach a maximum of 32 degrees, the rain forecast It will be 45%, with 91% cloud cover, while the wind gusts will be 43 kilometers per hour.

As for ultraviolet rays, they are expected to reach a level of up to 8.

For the night, temperature will reach 26 degrees, while the probability of precipitation It will be 43%, with 82% cloud cover, while wind gusts will reach 35 kilometers per hour at night.

Climate prediction in Puerto Plata (Illustrative image Infobae)
Climate prediction in Puerto Plata (Illustrative image Infobae)

Puerto Plata is one of the most populated cities in the Dominican Republic, part of the province with the same name, located on the northern coast of the Central American country.

In this city, as in most of the Dominican nation, The climate is tropical.

The months with the greatest drought They go from June to August, the rest of the year the rains are more constantwith October and November being the two months with the most rainfall.

Being a Caribbean country, The Dominican Republic has a mainly tropical climate, with abundant rain and an average temperature between 25 degrees and 30 degrees..

The rainy season begins in May and ends until November, with the months of May, August and September being the ones that record the most torrential rainfall on Dominican soil.

Despite being a tropical country, there are regions, mainly in high areas such as Constanza, Jarabacoa and Ocoa, where the temperature can drop considerably in winter, reaching -5 degrees in winter.

Dominican Republic is prone to hurricanes and, on average, one occurs every seven or eight years, as well as a tropical storm every four years, not counting floods.

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