Valid up to 8 am tomorrow Sunday 22nd May 2011.
Synopsis: Remnants from
a trough system will continue to generate moist unstable conditions to the
British Virgin Islands.
Wx: Skies will be partly
sunny to locally cloudy with widely scattered showers. The flood advisory for
the British Virgin Islands is discontinued as the trough moves further west and
away from the British Virgin Islands. However conditions will continue to be
monitored as any prolonged rainfall, coupled with already saturated ground
conditions will trigger more flooding.
Winds: E-ESE at 7-14 kts
gusting higher in showers.
Seas: Moderate waves
Barometric Pressure: Just
Sunset today: 6:47 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 5:43
The Department of Disaster Management will continue to monitor the weather
conditions and advise the public accordingly. Please visit the DDM’s website at
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information is to be used as a guide by anyone who has interest in local
weather conditions. By no means can the DDM or the BVI Government be held
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