another day under the clouds

another day under the clouds
another day under the clouds

The day begins gray with still frequent showers on the foothills of the volcano. Elsewhere the rain is rare, but the cloud cover envelops the department, only the coastal fringe benefits from nice clearings.

As the morning progresses, the cloud cover remains in place, the clouds thin out and the showers along the slopes of the volcano tend to ease.

The weather changes little in the afternoon; clouds spread over almost the entire island with the exception of the western and southern beaches, showers are now sporadic on the volcano side, but a few others appear in the western heights or on the Plaine des Palmistes side.

Like the day before, it is the wind, still from the South-East, which remains the striking element of this Sunday day. Certainly less virulent than the day before, the gusts still remain between 50 and 60 km/h between Pointe au Sel and Pointe des Aigrettes, as well as between Sainte-Rose and Champ Borne.

The sea is rough from Pointe des Aigrettes to Pointe de la Table in the wind and breaking of a southerly swell close to 3 meters in the morning, but decreasing over the course of the day.


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