Guadeloupe, Martinique and the Northern Islands have entered a dry season for several weeks which seems to persist in general. The forecast models show a rainfall deficit until July.
From August, the 1st Tropical Waves should be not very active and located at a latitude far too close to the equator to bring enough rain and fill the cisterns. The arrival of the MJO (Madden-Julian Oscillation) from the West during the month of June could possibly cause an increase in humidity in our regions but the Saharan sand dust and the dynamics of the air masses are reducing the chances of seeing heavy rainfall in the next few days.
In short, the lack of water has been sorely felt for several weeks, including at the tap in Saint-Martin ... _AF
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