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Should we be worried about Tropical Storm Laura?

The National Hurricane Center is issuing advisories on newly formed Tropical Depression number thirteen, which they have named “Laura”. Tropical Storm Laura is expected to bring heavy rainfall to the northern Leeward Islands, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and portions of Hispaniola during the next couple of days. This rainfall could cause flash and urban […]

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Rainy weather warning: Potential tropical cyclone nine “Isaias”

Breaking news! According to weather.com and the National Hurricane Center, have dubbed this system “Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine” Tuesday, a procedure allowing the NHC to issue advisories, watches, and warnings for a system that hasn’t yet developed, but poses a threat of tropical-storm-force or hurricane-force winds to land areas within 48 hours. Although it is early to […]

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What to expect this Hurricane Season 2020

The 2020 “Hurricane Season” officially began on June 1st. Some of you might question how is that possible since it’s been so incredibly hot lately?! Well, coming into hurricane season doesn’t mean constant rain — it just means that when it does rain it’ll be stronger and more consistent than other times of the year. […]

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What to expect this Hurricane Season 2018

Last week on June 1st, the start of the 2018 “Hurricane Season” began. Some of you might question how is that possible since it’s been so incredibly hot lately?! Well, coming into hurricane season doesn’t mean constant rain — it just means that when it does rain it’ll be stronger and more consistent than other times of the year. We plan on […]

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Hotels in the La Romana Bayahibe area focus on emergency planning during hurricane season

The La Romana Bayahibe Hotel Association, in coordination with the National Office of Meteorology (ONAMET), educated a group of hotel collaborators on updated information for the 2017 hurricane season in order to increase and guarantee the safety of tourists in our country.

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Hurricane Season 2017 has officially started!

Last week on June 1st, the start of  the 2017 “Hurricane Season” began. Some of you might question how is that possible since it’s been so incredibly hot lately?! Well, coming into hurricane season doesn’t mean constant rain — it just means that when it does rain it’ll be stronger and more consistent than other times of the year. We plan on […]