Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Another warning issued after possible heat index reaching 108 degrees

Hey National Meteorological Service (SNM) This Wednesday, he warned, the heat index could reach 108 degrees or more along the island’s coast.

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The predicted heat warning is valid for the town of San Juan and nearby areas, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.

According to the SNM, heat indices are expected to be between 102 and 111 degrees Fahrenheit in low-elevation areas of Puerto Rico, from west of San Juan to the Culebrinas Valley near Moca.

As of 11:00 am, heat and humidity are expected which could lead to heat illness. Heat exhaustion is very likely to occur with prolonged exposure or vigorous physical activity. There is also a possibility of heat stroke.

It’s important to remember that a heat advisory means a period of high temperatures is expected. The combination of high temperatures and high humidity can create conditions where heat illness can occur.

Meanwhile, the channel will continue to develop instability in the middle stages.

“Very high moisture content combined with heat during the day will produce isolated showers and thunderstorms in the south, mainly affecting the interior, north and north-central PR.”

On the other hand, there is a risk of marine hazards on the coasts facing the north and east of the island.

[May 24] Moderate risk of rip currents to the north and east towards the coasts of PR, as well as for the eastern coasts of St. Croix.

Since last May 1, strong temperatures have been reported on the island, especially in the northern area, where more than 100 degrees have been detected.

Recommendations to the public

SNM should note that it is important to stay hydrated and people are advised to keep an eye on children and older adults because they are quite vulnerable to the effects seen with this type of heat.

Those who work outside, he said, drink more water, wear light, sunscreen, and rest in the shade.

The body inside the bag in Naguabo is the answer to the missing woman

The Puerto Rico Police Bureau announced this Tuesday that the body found inside a black plastic bag in Naguabo corresponds to a woman reported missing that afternoon.

As reported by Telemundo, Judy Enith Torres Pantoja is 40, who was last seen last Saturday, May 20, leaving her residence in Ruiz Rivera street.

At the time of his exit, Torres Pantoja was wearing black shorts, but the description of the shirt and shoes is unknown. She is physically described as 5’04″ tall, weighing 109 pounds, fair complexion, green eyes, golden hair.

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