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Jamaica Update

Flash Flood Watch Discontinued, T.D 13 not threat to Jamaica.

Published: Thu, Sep 23 15:03 EDT
By "Blayz" <blayzbrooks at hotmail.com>

Updated 2:04pm CDT
There were some light morning showers in Montego Bay .This bring the 24hr total to 30mm/1.18inches. The sun has returned and it has been partly cloudy weather.
It is a bit breezy with winds from the east at 21mph/18kts. The pressure steady between 1013-1011mb throughout today. The metrological Service has discontinued
the Flash Flood Watch for Jamaica. Tropical Depression fifteen formed in the South Central Caribbean  about 290 miles South of Kingston . The system is not a threat
 to Jamaica.
 In fact already at its closest point of approach for Eastern Jamaica. Our neighbors to the West and South should monitor T.D 15 , especially with the models hinting
It may be meandering in the Belize-Yucatan-Western Cuba -Cayman area for some days as the steering currents will become weak until a trough lifts It out to the Gulf and ConUs.
Persons in should follow the watches and warnings.
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