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The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM) has been advised by the Meteorological Service that Sub-Tropical Storm Olga (which developed last night) is now making landfall over eastern Hispaniola and is expected to continue westward closer to Jamaica.
At 1:00pm today, the centre of Sub-tropical Storm Olga was approximately 830 kilometres (or 515 miles) east of Morant Point, with maximum sustained winds of 75km/hour (or 45mph) and tropical storm force winds extending outward some 445 km (275 miles) from the center of the system.
The Met Office projects that Sub-tropical Storm Olga should weaken after passing over Hispaniola, thereafter influencing Jamaica