October 14th 2020 – Tropical Disturbance AL93/Disturbance 1 is expected to cause unstable conditions across the area over much of the next 24 hours. The disturbance is also forecast to cause a surge in the winds, resulting in hazardous seas for small craft operators.
Weather tonight: Becoming cloudy mainly after midnight with an 80 percent or a very high chance of periods of showers and thunderstorms, some likely heavy at times.
Weather tomorrow: Cloudy with an 80 percent or a very high chance of periods of showers and thunderstorms, some likely heavy at times.
Winds: East at 15 to 30 km/h or 8 to 16 knots tonight and 19 to 33 km/h or 10 to 18 knots tomorrow. Gusts of 41 to 59 km/h or 22 to 32 knots are also expected.
Seas: 1.2 to 2 meters or 4 to 7 feet. A small craft advisory goes into effect tonight for mainly Atlantic waters.
No Flash Flood Watches or Warnings issued for the BVI at this time, however persons should be aware of the potential for heavy downpours that may lead to such alerts being issued.
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