Synopsis: A mid to upper level trough will continue to destabilize the atmosphere over the Northeast Caribbean, and, with some moisture becoming available in the low levels of the atmosphere, increasing the chance of showers for the next two days across the islands.
Winds: A moderate easterly flow will prevail throughout the forecast period. Speeds will range between 10 and 18 knots over land but peaking to near 20 knots over coastal
Seas: Seas will remain just marginally rough for the next 24 hours and hence a small craft advisory will remain in effect. However, by Saturday and continuing through to Monday, seas will return to normal with waves/swells not exceeding 6 feet.
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