Synopsis: The presence of a frontal trough across the western parts of the Northeastern Caribbean will unsettle the atmosphere over the Virgin Islands and hence the chance of showers will remain high.
Today: Cloudy to overcast with scattered to numerous showers. Some heavy downpours are possible across the islands from time to time.
Tonight: Cloudy with scattered showers. A few heavy downpours are also possible.
Winds: NE-ENE at 08-12kts with some gusts in showers possible at times..
Seas: Moderate to locally rough waves/swells 1.5-2.8m or 5-9ft. A small craft warning remains in effect particularly for the waters north and east of the British Virgin Islands where waves/swells could peak to 9 feet. Sea bathers should also exercise caution..
Barometric Pressure: Normal
Sunset today: 5:56 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:50 am.
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