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TROPICAL WAVE AFFECTING THE TERRITORY

TROPICAL WAVE AFFECTING THE TERRITORY

July 2, 2011451Views

WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE VI

Valid until 8AM Tomorrow Sunday 3rd July 2011

Synopsis: Lingering
moisture and instability from a tropical wave are affecting the Leeward Islands
and Virgin Islands

Wx: Skies today will
be cloudy with scattered showers. Some of the showers could be moderate to
heavy at times and accompanied by isolated thunderstorms. Tonight skies will be
partly cloudy to cloudy with scattered brief showers

Winds: E-ESE at
10-18 kts on land reaching 22 kts over open waters. Higher gusts will develop
in showers.

Seas: Moderate
waves 1.8m/6ft. Small craft operators should exercise caution.

Barometric Pressure: Below
normal

Sunset today:  6:59 pm.

Sunrise tomorrow:  5:46
am.

 


 

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