Synopsis: The presence of a frontal trough just over of the Leeward combined with a deep layered upper level trough act to significantly increase the chance of showers and thunderstorms across the Leeward and British Virgin Islands. Precipitation may total up to 76.2 mm or 3 inches, which may lead to flash flooding in low-lying and flood prone areas.
Weather tonight: Overcast skies with moderate to heavy showers and a 70% or high chance of thunderstorms.
Weather tomorrow: Mostly cloudy skies with moderate to heavy showers and a 20% or slight chance of thunderstorms.
Winds: South then becoming northwest at 19 to 28 mph or 12 to 17 mph.
Seas: 1.5 to 2.4 meters or 5 to 8 feet in northerly swells. Therefore, a High Surf Advisory is in effect.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:36 am.
For more weather information, you can visit the Department of Disaster Management WeatherStem Station on the link provided. http://bvi.weatherstem.com/tortola
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