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Inameh foresees clear skies without precipitation

The National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (Inameh) predicts that this Thursday atmospheric stability will predominate in much of the country, so that clear or partially cloudy skies will continue to be registered without precipitation.

According to their meteorological projections, cloudy areas with showers accompanied by electrical activity are estimated in southern Zulia, Táchira, Mérida, Trujillo, southern Amazonas, southern Bolívar and southern Essequibo Territory.

It also indicates that general haze prevails due to dust and smoke suspension.

Regarding temperature, the body estimates a maximum for Caracas in the afternoon at 32 degrees Celsius and at dawn the minimum was 18 degrees Celsius.

The height of the waves on the coasts of the country is expected to be up to 1,5 meters on the western, eastern and insular zones, and up to 1,3 meters on the central coast, according to Inameh estimates.

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