Remnant moisture and instability left behind from a tropical wave that has exited the area will maintain a high chance of some more showers across the islands tonight and overnight.
Some periods of heavy showers are likely across the British Virgin Islands. However a drier and more stable air mass building across the area tomorrow (Saturday) will yield little shower activity.
A Tropical Depression or a remnant low pressure system passing northeast of the area and inducing a trough across the islands could trigger some passing showers on Saturday evening through Sunday. By Monday, a drier air mass settling over the islands will yield little shower activity.
Winds: A Northeast to East (NE-E) wind flow will prevail across the region for the next day then followed by an ESE-SE and light flow on Sunday and Monday. An easterly flow will return on Tuesday.
Seas: Marginally safe seas are expected for the next two days. As a result small craft operators should exercise caution especially on the Atlantic side of the Leeward Islands. Otherwise, normal seas will prevail with waves/swells not exceeding 1.5 meters or 5 feet.
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