Meanwhile, the anxiety about the direct threat of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico is growing, and some residents feel the first effects of the category 5 storm.
In the town of Arroyo, in the south-east cost of the island, the cyclonic swell has left floods.
This pictures are circulating on Twitter on Tuesday night, after the hurricane go forward.
María is expected to whip from corner to corner the country.
The National Hurricane Center's latest report on the trajectory states that the hurricane would enter Guayama on the south coast at 8:00 a.m. Wednesday morning.
The NHC reported that the center of Mary is located at latitude 17.0 degrees north and longitude 64.2 degrees west, about 60 miles southeast of Santa Cruz and about 160 miles southeast of San Juan. It moves to the northwest west at 10 miles per hour.