FOUR DAY FORECAST
Synopsis: Relatively brisk trade winds will continue to cause rough seas across the area over the next few days. Additionally there’s a surface to upper level trough lingering across the territory, which is expected to cause unsettled weather conditions across the VI over the next 24-48 hours, resulting in mostly cloudy skies with periods of scattered showers, some of which could be moderate to locally heavy at times.. Thereafter the brisk trade winds will continue to transport shallow pockets of low level moisture resulting in periods of brief passing showers.
Synopsis: A lingering trough providing some instability in the atmosphere over the Northeast Caribbean and the tradewinds bringing some moisture into the area will heighten the chance of showers across the islands.
Today: Partly sunny to cloudy with a high chance of brief passing showers. Isolated heavy showers are also possible.
Tonight and Overnight: Cloudy with a high chance of some more showers. Some periods of heavy downpours are also possible.
Winds: ENE-E at 08-15kts/(15-28 km/h) today then increasing to between 12-20kts/(22-37 km/h) tonight..
Seas: Rough waves/swells 1.8-2.8m or 6-9ft. Warnings remain in effect for small craft operators, and sea bathers should exercise extreme caution especially in the waters east and north of the area..
Atmospheric Pressure: Normal
Sunset today: 5:49 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:47 am.
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