30th December 2017 – Synopsis: A relatively dry and stable air mass dominates weather conditions across the British Virgin Islands. However, moisture and instability associated with an approaching trough of low pressure will heighten the chances for cloudiness and showers over the next twenty-four hours.
Winds: ENE-E at 8-15 kt, 15-28 km/h.
Seas: Rough with heights 2.1m/7ft. The small craft advisory remains
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