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Hurricane Fiona: Updated Status of Casa de Campo Services

Dear Friends and Colleagues, First of all, we hope you and all your loved ones are well. On behalf of us all at Casa de Campo Resort and Villas, we want to thank you for your thoughts and prayers during the recent storm. We are very grateful that our guests, residents, and employees are safe, […]

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Hurricane Warning issued for Dominican Republic due to Hurricane Fiona

In less than 24, Hurricane Fiona intensified into a Category 1 hurricane before it reached Puerto Rico today. Fiona is now moving just west of Puerto Rico causing flooding and power outages and heading our way to the eastern Dominican Republic. Many residents in Casa de Campo have already prepared for Hurricane Fiona and stock […]

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Hurricane Fiona: Precautionary measures for Casa de Campo

Please be advised that Casa de Campo has been closely following the reports on tropical storm Fiona. According to the national weather center in Miami, Fiona is likely to cause heavy rains and winds in our area. Due to the storm, it is possible that the basic services present variations, possible electricity, and internet service. […]

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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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Hurricane Watch issued for Dominican Republic due to Category 5 Hurricane Maria

In less than 24, hours Hurricane Maria has intensified to a Category 5 hurricane after it reached Dominica last night. The Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico are both being advised of a potentially catastrophic strike by the National Hurricane Center, while a hurricane watch is in effect for Saba and St. Eustatius, St. Maarten, St. Martin […]

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Hurricane preparation tips for boaters

Hurricanes are enormous cyclonic storm systems covering thousands of square miles which usually develop in the tropical or subtropical latitudes during the summer and fall. To be a hurricane, the system must be producing winds of 64 knots or more. With today’s modern communication net to warn them, people have a better chance to reach […]