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Sinaproc warns passage of tropical wave No. 33 until August 31

The National Civil Protection System (Sinaproc) issued a warning of prevention from this Saturday 29 to Monday August 31, due to the passage of a Tropical Wave No. 31 that will cause downpours and storms over Panama.
According to meteorological reports from ETESA's Hydrometeorology, the tropical wave moves in the region, causing active atmospheric systems for the occurrence of rains.

The population is recommended to follow the rules of the authorities in general.

- Follow the updates of the meteorological warnings and bulletins that the Directorate of Hydrometeorology issues on the weather conditions.

- Take precautionary measures and reminds them that under bad weather conditions there may be floods of tributaries or streams, gusts of winds, frequent or occasional electrical activity.

- The areas where rainfall continues to "saturate the soil with water" run the risk of landslides.
Comments

Oh ya 234 days ago
Well this is good as i read on the news that they are still low on the water for the big ditch, not that they will be needing as much as the world economy slows greatly thus fewer ships hauling cheap plastic crap from China to the United States

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