Synopsis: Remnant moisture and instability associated with a tropical wave which has exited the area to the west is producing some brief passing showers across the islands this morning. However, a second tropical approaching the islands from the east will increase shower and thunderstorms activity starting Friday evening and peaking on Saturday. Ridge of high pressure dominating with a lot of dry and stable air on Sunday into Monday will keep the chance of showers low across the islands.
Winds: An easterly windflow will prevail for the next 24 hours followed by a southeasterly flow for the next two days. Speeds will range between 08 and 16kts over land and could peak to near 18kts over coastal waters.
Seas: Seas will gradually return to normal with waves/swells peaking to near 6 feet or 1.8 meters at times. Small craft operators should exercise caution on Friday in the coastal waters east of the islands.
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