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FLASH FLOOD WATCH EXTENDED FOR THE VI

FLASH FLOOD WATCH EXTENDED FOR THE VI

July 8, 2011481Views

Synopsis: Clouds associated
with the combination of a tropical wave and upper trough will continue to move
over the Virgin Islands this morning and into the afternoon today

Wx: This Morning: Cloudy to
overcast with scattered showers. Isolated thunderstorms are still possible.

NB: The flash
flood watch will continue until 6 am, however this watch maybe extended.

Today: Cloudy to
overcast with scattered showers to numerous showers some of which will be
locally heavy and squally and accompanied by thunderstorms.

Winds: ESE -ENE
6-16kts with higher gust in some showers.

Seas: Moderate to
Rough: Swells 1.5-2.1m or 5-7ft and a small craft warning continues to be in
effect.

Barometric
Pressure:
 Above
normal

Sunrise
tomorrow:  5:48 am.

Sunset
tomorrow:  6:59 pm.


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