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    Posted: 04 Sept 2008 at 12:51am
Today's Cuba Weather News:
03.09.2008, 8:00 a.m. – The sky will be mainly cloudy in Eastern half with some showers and rains that will be increased from the night, those that can be strong and locally intense in mountainous zones and the North coast. In the rest of the country it will be partially cloudy and cloudy in afternoon with some showers that will be isolated in the western North coast. Maximum temperatures will oscillate between 31-34 C and at night will oscillate between 24-27 C. Winds will blow from the Northwest in the Eastern region with speeds between 20-35 Kms/h although in zones of their North coast will blow between 40-60 Kms/h. Will continue the strong swells with danger to navigation in the North coast of Eastern half with coastal floods in low zones from the East of Camaguey to Punta de Maisí, being increased during tonight. In the rest of the North coast there will be surge and in the Eastern South end that can arrive at night at swells in the western North coast. In the western and central South coast, the sea will remain calm.
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In Havana, heavy winds and rain battered crumbling historic buildings.
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Winds blasted sheets of rain sideways though the streets and whipped angry waves against Havana's famed Malecon boulevard.
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CUBA HURRICANE WARNING - NONE
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Quote Shucander Replybullet Posted: 21 Dec 2008 at 2:48pm

Cuba - Beaches

Cuba is a paradise for beach lovers with its over 200 beautiful beaches. Some great examples are Varadero Beach and the Eastern Havana Beaches (Playas del Este).

The Cuban Sea is of excellent quality and that's why there are many coral formations and beaches. Cuba has a subtropical climate, caused by the warm water being cooled by the trade winds, so temperatures vary between 24 °C and 29 °C. Cuba has an average of 330 sunny days per year.

The main tourist areas have international airports and the hotels have a wide range of extra facilities (car and bus rentals, marinas, scuba diving centers, shops, gyms and beauty parlors), entertainment during day and night, excursions to nearby cities, medical attention and special family and honeymoon packages.

The beaches in Cuba are of course the place to be for sun bathing, swimming, but also it's equipped with the right infrastructure to enjoy many water sports, such as sailing, scuba diving, kayaking and water skiing, with gear provided by a number of nautical centers and hotels.


Cienfuegos: Rancho Luna

Granma: Mareo del Portillo

Havana: Playas del Este (Guanabo Beach - El Mégano Beach - Playa Bacuranao - Playa Tarará - Santa María del Mar) - Playa El Salado - Playa Jibacoa

Holguín: Playa Esmeralda - Playa Guardalavaca - Playa Pesquero - Playa Yuraguanal

Isla de la Juventud: Playa Bibijagua - Playa Blanca - Playa El Frances - Playa Larga - Playa Lindamar - Playa Los Cocos - Playa Paraiso - Playa Tortuga

Matanzas: Playa Larga - Playa Girón - Varadero Beach

Pinar del Rio: Playa Bailen - Playa Boca de Galafre - Playa María la Gorda

Sancti Spiritus: Playa Ancón - Playa Maria Aguilar

Santiago de Cuba: Bacajagua Beach - Bucanero Beach - Playa Caleton Blanco - Playa Daiquiri - Playa Sevilla - Playa Siboney

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