Temperatures will be relatively high with some scattered afternoon rains, product of the heating up during the day. The high temperatures will average 31°C (88 F) and the lows 24°C (75 F).
Cuban authorities have detected many problems in Havana involving vulnerabilities of the city to heavy rains, Granma newspaper reported.
Thirty-nine homes were damaged by a tornado in a population of a few thousand inhabitants in the province of Sancti Spiritus in central Cuba, reported DPA news. The authorities reported no casualties.
The National Assembly of Venezuela approved a loan of 519 million bolivars (US $ 82.38 million) to import toilet paper and other personal hygiene products to combat the shortage in the markets, reported DPA news.
The majority of the 20-member Cuban men’s volleyball squad on the roster for upcoming XXIV FIVB World Volleyball League, scheduled from May 31 to July 21, will travel to Buenos Aires next Saturday, JIT Online reported.
The Telecommunications Company of Cuba (ETECSA) began receiving international service through Cable & Wireless Jamaica starting May 13th, Diario de Cuba reported.
The Cuban government authorized on Monday the entry to the island of high consumption electrical equipment such as air conditioners, microwave ovens and cookers, after placing a ban on such appliances back in 2005.
Alan Gross is scheduled to walk out his Cuban prison in 2024 and when he does he will have a nest egg waiting after his lawyers settled a lawsuit with his former employer Development Alternatives Inc., a USAID contractor.
The Latin American Council of Churches (ClaI) will meet in Cuba next week, after finding alternative funding to that seized by the US government, said Nilton Giese, general secretary of the group on Thursday.
Brazilian doctors objected Wednesday to the recent announcement that their government plans to hire 6000 Cuban doctors to meet the shortfall of health professionals in interior regions of the nation, reports AP.