November 20, 20162185Views

Synopsis: A light to moderate south easterly trade wind flow coupled with available moisture and daytime heating could introduce some instability into the atmosphere across the later today into tonight, thus increasing the chances for some shower activity during that time. Meanwhile the presence of a deep trough in close proximity to the BVI will result in unsettled weather conditions across that island.

Wx: Mostly cloudy skies today and tonight with a high chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms, some of which could be moderate to heavy at times.

Winds: ENE at 4-10kts (7-19km/h) with lighter spells at times..

Seas: Moderate to locally rough, swells reaching 1.2-1.8m or 4-6ft. Small craft operators and sea bathers should exercise caution..

Atmospheric Pressure: Well below normal.

Sunset today:  5:41 pm.

Sunrise tomorrow:  6:28 am.

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