November 10th 2020
Synopsis: An area of disturbed weather has developed southeast of the BVI. Whereas significant development is not anticipated in the short-term, a moist environment and critical upper support, favors the formation of moderate to heavy precipitation over the BVI later today and into tonight. As a result, a Flash Flood Watch is in effect. Rainfall accumulation could total between 25.4 to 76 mm or 1 to 3 inches and residents are advised that the watch could be upgraded to an advisory or warning at short notice
Weather today: Cloudy with occasional showers some of which will be moderate to heavy this afternoon. There is also a moderate chance of afternoon thunderstorms
Weather tonight: Cloudy to overcast with a continuous rain mixed with heavier showers
Winds: East at 10 to 18 knots or 19 to 33 km/h with possible gust to 28 knots or 52 km/h mainly in showers.
Seas: 1.8 to 2.8 meters or 6 to 9 feet. Small craft advisory is in effect. This could be upgraded to a warning later today
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