For this Thursday, the atmospheric instability continues after the passage of tropical cyclone two over the west, in interaction with the Intertropical Convergence Zone, which will cause abundant cloudiness with rains of variable intensity, reported the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (Inameh).
According to the report published on its account on the social network Twitter, the agency explained that some of the rains will be accompanied by electrical activity and gusts of wind, over most of the country.
These precipitations will be more intense and frequent in areas of Zulia, the Andes, Falcón, North Coast Center, Insular zone, Northeast, West and Central Plains, Amazonas, Bolívar and the Essequibo.
As for the waves, waves of 1,5 meters high are expected on the Eastern, Central and Insular Coasts and 2,5 meters high on the Western coast.
24 hour forecast
For the next few hours, abundant cloudiness and rains of variable intensity are expected over a large part of the national territory.
Cyclone: no longer represents a risk
Inameh indicated in its report that potential tropical cyclone two, located this Thursday to the north of Colombian La Guajira, no longer represents a direct risk for Venezuela.
The agency specified that the natural phenomenon has maximum sustained winds of 65 kilometers per hour and is moving west at a speed of 31 kilometers per hour.