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The Emergency Operations Center (COE) of the Dominican Republic reported this Thursday that it keeps 25 provinces on alert for weather conditions generated by a trough.


Alert continues for 20 Dominican provinces due to trough

“The COE maintains 04 provinces in red alert, 10 in yellow and places 11 in green for possible flooding of rivers, streams and ravines, as well as flash or urban floods, because the effects of a trough will continue to generate moderate to heavy downpours. ”, detailed the entity through its account on the social network Twitter.

According to the COE, the National District, Santo Domingo, in Santiago RodrĂ­guez (only for the community of Guayabito), in Monte Cristi (only for the communities of MartĂ­n GarcĂ­a, El RincĂłn, Manga and Cruce de Manga) are on red alert. .

Among the provinces that are on yellow alert are Elías Piña, Santiago, La Vega, Valverde, Hermanas Mirabal, Espaillat, Puerto Plata, Monsignor Nouel, Sánchez Ramírez and El Seibo.

While on green alert are María Trinidad Sánchez, San Cristóbal, San José de Ocoa, Hato Mayor, San Pedro de Macorís, Dajabón, Peravia, Duarte, Monte Plata, Azua and San Juan

For its part, the National Meteorological Office (Onamet) reported that flooding of rivers, streams and ravines could occur, as well as urban and rural flooding and possible landslides due to the heavy rains generated and forecast.

Likewise, the office confirmed the existence of a disorganized zone of downpours and electrical storms, located off the coast of the southeastern United States.

According to Onamet, it is associated with a front and low pressure, the area maintains a low probability of 10 percent to become a non-tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours, but due to its position and displacement, it does not represent a danger to the Republic Dominican.

The COE recommended that the population refrain from crossing rivers, streams and ravines that have high volumes of water and not make use of spas (rivers), in the provinces under alert.

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