Synopsis: As tropical storm Philippe inches closer to the area, Antigua and Barbuda is now under a tropical storm watch. Over the next 24 hours, cloudiness, moisture and instability ahead the Philippe will push into the area and significantly heighten the chances for shower and thunderstorm activity along with gusty winds over and around the islands during that time. Swells propagaiting from the system will also result in hazardous conditions along coastal areas. Rainfall totals of up to 2 inches or 50.8 mm are possible during this time.
Weather tonight: Fair to partly cloudy skies initially with a slight chance of a brief shower, becoming increasingly cloudy with periods of showers and thunderstorms after midnight.
Weather tomorrow: Cloudy to overcast conditions with numerous showers accompanied by thunderstorms and gusty winds.
Winds: Northeast at 11 to 22 km/h or 7 to 14 mph with lighter spells overnight. Gusty winds of up to 46 km/h or 29 mph can be expected mainly during heavier downpours by tomorrow.
Seas: 1.8 to 2.8 metres or 6 to 9 feet, with swells reaching 2.1 metres or 7 feet. Therefore a high surf advisory is in place for coastal areas east and north of the island.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:09 am.
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