Forecast: Above-normal rain coming in Venezuela

Columbia University says above-normal rains are predicted over the coming rainy season.

The most likely scenario for May, June and July is for heavier-than-normal rain along the coasts and as far south as roughly the Apure-Orinoco axis. Data is insufficient to make a solid forecast south of there.

Moving later in the rainy season, the forecast for June-July-August is for heavier than normal rain across most of the country, including the Caroni watershed.

Same with the July-August-September and August-September-October forecasts.

This is all good news. More rain means more water in Guri Lake, and less chance of catastrophe in 2011.

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