This is what Puerto Rico can expect from the now strong tropical wave.Some bands in squalls mainly to the south of the island and some gusty winds in the order of 25-35 mph mainly in the central mountains.But also this event has been another wake up call for us here because the heart of the season August and september are ahead and with all the action that we haved seen from the eastern atlantic starting in june with TD#2,Bill that was a wave that came out of africa,Claudette as another wave that came out of africa and now former TD#6.Let's hope that all that action already so early for the atlantic dont translates into a very active cape verde season in august and september.
-------------------- My 2004 hurricane season forecast=13/8/3
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