Synopsis: Moisture associated
with the northern portion of a fast moving tropical wave will move over the BVI
tonight. While a reduction in moisture is expected over these islands by
tomorrow, a moderate to fresh windflow caused by a building high pressure
system will still push shallow cloud patches over these islands at times
Wx: Tonight: Partly cloudy
at first becoming increasingly cloudy with some scattered overnight showers
Tomorrow: Partly cloudy
and hazy becoming locally cloudy at times with brief passing showers
Winds: ENE-ESE at an
average of 15kts increasing to an average 20kts over coastal waters.
Seas: Moderate to
Rough: Heights 1.8-2.4m or 6-8ft. A small craft warning is in effect mainly for
the waters east of the islands.
tomorrow: 6:53 am.
tomorrow: 6:01 pm.
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