The National Weather Service reported that the time in La, which is about three hours north of the equator, would be from 3 p.m.
EST to 4 p.,m.
That’s 3 hours later than the national average.
The National Weather Bureau also noted that the U:s Pacific Ocean could receive the coldest ocean temperatures on Wednesday.
The Pacific Ocean will be 65 degrees F (16 degrees C) from Thursday to Saturday.
The National Hurricane Center said on Thursday it was still predicting that the winds could gust to as much as 65 mph (100 kph).
It said the hurricane could make landfall in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and the U and possibly other Caribbean countries as a Category 3 or higher storm.
The agency warned of potential flooding and landslides in parts of Puerto Rico and the Dominican Archipelago, including Puerto Rico’s capital, San Juan.
In the Dominican, the hurricane will probably pass through the territory on Wednesday, the National Hurricane Centre said.
A strong tropical storm is forecast to strengthen in the Atlantic Ocean and move into the North Atlantic and Caribbean Sea later on Thursday.
The storm is likely to make landfall between New York and New Jersey, according to the National Weather Forecast Office.
In the western Caribbean Sea, a tropical storm could also weaken as it moves inland, according the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Forecasters said it was possible for tropical storm force winds to extend up to 20 miles (30 kilometers) inland from the storm and reach Florida.