FOUR DAY WEATHER SYNOPSIS
A weak low level trough will generate some unsettled weather across the area resulting in cloudy spells and showers across both The Leeward Islands and The British Virgin Islands. Late Monday night, another trough is expected to move across the area causing similar weather conditions however, the chance of shower activity is expected to be greater during this time. Otherwise, marginal instability and available moisture could trigger some unstable conditions keeping the chance of shower activity to at least 40 percent or moderate for the entire forecast period. Possible rainfall total for the forecast period is 20 to 30 mm/0.8 to 1.12 inches where total accumulations
of 20-25 mm/ 0.8 to 1.0 inch could be seen by Tuesday.
Synopsis: A weak low level trough will generate some unsettled weather across the area resulting in cloudy spells and showers.
Weather tonight: Partly cloudy to cloudy with scattered showers.
Weather tomorrow: Partly cloudy with a 70 percent or a high chance of showers.
Winds: East-southeast to easterly ranging between 15 to 30 km/h or 8 to 16 knots.
Seas: Moderate with significant wave heights not exceeding 1.5 meters or 5 feet. Small craft operators should continue to exercise caution mainly on the eastern side of the islands.
Sunrise tomorrow: 5:42 am.
Sunset tomorrow: 6:49 pm.
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