Synopsis: High pressure ridge strengthening across the Northeast Caribbean is causing the atmosphere over the British Virgin Islands to become more stable and hence significant shower activity will be restricted. However, the chance of some brief passing showers still remains high as the fresh and brisk winds push some shallow pockets of moisture across area.
Today: Partly sunny to cloudy with a good chance of some brief passing showers.
Tonight: Partly cloudy to cloudy with some more brief passing showers possible.
Winds: Easterly at 12-18kts over land and peaking to near 20kts over coastal waters. Some higher gusts are also possible..
Seas: Locally rough heights 1.8-2.1m or 6-7ft. A small craft warning remains in effect and sea bathers should continue to exercise caution..
Atmospheric Pressure: Above normal
Sunset today: 5:43 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:21 am.
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