Synopsis: A moderate trade wind flow generated by a ridge of high pressure will continue to transport shallow pockets of low level moisture across the islands at times during the next 24 hours. Meanwhile moisture and instability from a weak frontal trough will increase the chances for shower activity across the BVI.
Wx: Partly cloudy skies tonight and tomorrow with periods of increased cloudiness and a good chance of some widely scattered showers developing.
Winds: E at 10-16kts (19-30km/h)..
Seas: Moderate to locally rough, swells 1.2-1.8m or 4-6ft. Small craft operators and sea bathers should continue to exercise caution..
Atmospheric Pressure: Well below normal.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:22 am.
Sunset tomorrow: 5:42 pm.
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