Please Note: Image not a true depiction of local sea conditions
conditions generated by a high pressure system in the Atlantic Ocean, will
continue to drive shallow cloud patches and pockets of moisture across the Virgin
Islands. As a result, the next few days will see partly cloudy to cloudy
skies with brief passing showers.
WINDS: ENE-E at
14-22 kts on land reaching 26 kts over open waters.
WEATHER: Because of
the strong winds over coastal waters, sea conditions will remain locally rough
with heights between 7 – 10 ft; as a result Warning for Small Craft Operators
and Sea Bathers remain in place for hazardous Seas.
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