a low pressure frontal system just north of the Dominican Republic will leave the weather unsettled today. Yesterday it has partly started very early with heavy thunderstorms, even at the north coast area, which suffers a critical drought for months, has finally gotten a lot of rain. The thunderstorms kept well into the night and this morning there is forming another active thunderstorm cell just north of Sosua. Showers and thunderstorms can take place today again in all parts of the country, but there are areas that will remain completely dry. The temperatures remain with pleasant 26-28 degrees below the clouds and rain, but where the sun comes out it will rise up to 32 degrees. The wind blows only weak nationwide, with a humidity of almost 100 %. In the coming days the weather remains rather unstable.