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    KevinS is offline
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    Rain Coming?

    Only time will tell if this is something or nothing. 50mm is about 2 inches, 80mm is just over 3 inches, and 100mm is about 4 inches.


    From Météo France, as translated by Google.


    Météo France Vigilance Monitoring Bulletin n ° 1
    for the Northern Islands
    (Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélemy)
    Episode n ° 10-IN Reminder of the Dangers:
    Heavy rains and thunderstorms YELLOW level


    Issued on: Thursday 25 November 2021 at 17:01 local (i.e. 21:01 UTC)
    By: Meteorological Center of Guadeloupe
    Date and time of the next bulletin: Tomorrow, Friday November 26, 2021 at 6 a.m. local time.


    Start of event:
    tomorrow Friday 26 November 2021 at 00h local time
    Estimated end of event:
    until at least Saturday 27 November at 6 a.m. local time
    Current situation
    A compact cloud band in relation to a frontal band, cold front to pseudo cold front, coming from the North descends on the northern islands in the evening and will impact our islands during the night
    following Thursday and Friday and day Friday.


    Forecasts
    The rainy, even stormy activity should be at its peak during the morning and mid-day of tomorrow Friday. The showers will be sustained or even stormy. The associated rainfall amounts should reach 50 to 80 mm in 6 hours or even locally 100 mm.
    After a large lull in the afternoon and early evening, a second heavily rainy episode should again interest our islands during the following night from Friday to Saturday.


    Observed data
    Not specified.


    INDIVIDUAL MEASURES OF BEHAVIOR RECOMMENDED BY THE PREFECTURE:
    YELLOW VIGILANCE FOR HEAVY RAIN / THUNDERSTORMS: BE ATTENTIVE!
    Know the weather situation and be especially careful:
    - if you have to practice risky sports outdoors,
    - if your outdoor activities are located in an exposed area, on land as well as at sea,
    - if you have to drive in flood-prone areas (crossing fords, ravines or passages
    bottom cashed at the bottom of the hills in particular),
    - in the event of a thunderstorm: avoid the use of telephones and electrical appliances. Do not take shelter
    near pylons or poles or under a tree.

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    Eve is offline
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    Re: Rain Coming?

    Gives me a reason to watch the webcam

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