presence of Tropical Storm Rafael will continue to cause adverse and unstable
weather conditions across the Leewards and BVI over the next 24 hours. TS
warnings remain in place for these areas.
to overcast skies today and tonight with numerous showers, some of which could
be moderate to heavy at times accompanied by widespread thunderstorms.
FLOOD WARNING IS NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 8PM TONIGHT. RESIDENTS IN LOW LYING AND
FLOOD PRONE AREAS SHOULD MOVE TO HIGHER GROUNDS OR SEEK SAFE AREAS..
A Flash Flood
Warning is issued when a flash flood is imminent or occurring in the warned area. A flash flood is
a sudden, violent flood after a heavy rain, or occasionally. Rainfall intensity
and duration, topography, soil conditions, and ground cover contribute to flash
at 8-16kts with higher gusts over open waters and during heavier showers..
rough, swells 2.4-3.7m or 8-12ft. A firm
warning remains in place for small craft operators and sea bathers against
dangerous sea conditions. Small crafts should stay in port while sea bathers
should avoid these waters..
Pressure: Well below normal.
today: 5:57 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:06 am.
The Department of Disaster Management
(DDM) is currently monitoring the system and will provide updates accordingly.
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