Synopsis: A relatively strong ridge of high pressure dominating all levels of the atmosphere will continue to bring dry and stable air into the Northeast Caribbean for the next 24 hours. However, by Thursday night and continuing into early Sunday morning, a fairly active tropical wave bringing some instability
and moisture into the region will heighten the chance of showers and thunderstorms across the islands. Periods of heavy showers are likely on Saturday when the instability and moisture is expected to peak.
Winds: A moderate to fresh easterly wind flow will prevail for the entire forecast period. Speeds could to peak to near 18 knots on Sunday.
Seas: Normal and safe seas are expected for the next two days with swells/waves not exceeding 5 feet or 1.5 meters. However, a fresh wind surge accompanying a tropical wave on Saturday and Sunday will cause the seas to become somewhat dangerous. Waves/swells are anticipated to peak to near 8 feet or 2.4 meters.
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