Beyond consulting the weather forecast to know what to wear or whether or not to carry an umbrella, the weather report It is an instrument that has become fundamental for various sectors such as the transportation (by air, sea and land), agriculture, tourism, disaster prevention, public health and even to carry out military operations.
But if by itself predict the weather conditions could be complex to this is added another variant: climate change, which has made the need to keep up to date even more urgent in order to act and adopt public policies that reduce disaster risks such as alerts about floods, droughts, icy waves, a bad landing and other related phenomena.
In this context, here the weather report for the next few hours in San Francisco de Macoris:
The probability of precipitation for this Friday in San Francisco de Macoris it is 46% during the day and 23% throughout the night.
Meanwhile, the cloud cover will be 76% during the day and 85% during the night.
As to temperature a maximum of 29 degrees and a minimum of 21 degrees are forecast in this Dominican region. Ultraviolet rays are expected to reach a level of up to 13.
While the wind gusts will reach 33 kilometers per hour in the day and 26 kilometers per hour at night.
San Francisco de Macorís is a city in the Dominican Republic, capital of the province of Duarte, located in the eastern part of the Cibao Valley between the Eastern and Northern Cordilleras, in the north of the Central American country.
In the city of San Francisco de Macorís, as in most of the Dominican nation, the prevailing climate is tropical.
The hottest months in the city are between June and August, while in the coldest they go from December to February.
the rain is constant in San Francisco de Macorís, being from May to October the season with the highest rainfall in the year.
The weather in the Dominican Republic
Being a Caribbean country, The Dominican Republic has a predominantly tropical climate, with abundant rainfall and an average temperature of between 25 degrees and 30 degrees..
The rainy season begins in May and ends in November, with the months of May, August and September registering the most torrential rainfall in Dominican lands.
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, dropping to -5 degrees in winter.
The 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.