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Flash flood warning lifted as sunny skies return over the Jamaica area

The Met Service of Jamaica on Saturday (August 28) lifted the flash flood warnings that was in effect  for low-lying and flood-prone areas. 

This comes after the Met Service reported that the country is no longer being affected by the outer bands of Hurricane Ida.

Satellite imagery show a decrease in rain activities across all parishes, with weather conditions gradually improving. 

Hurricane Ida is expected to strengthen into a major hurricane when it enters the gulf coast on Sunday.  

The projected forecast shows Hurricane Ida moving over the southeastern Gulf of Mexico on Saturday and over the north-central Gulf of Mexico on Sunday. 




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