WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE VI
ANTIGUA MET SERVICE 4 DAY FORECAST SYNOPSIS FOR THE VI
Synopsis: Over the next few days, an approaching frontal
trough coupled with a series of surface trough will cause the atmosphere
across the area to become very unstable and strongly increase the chances for
significant shower activity from Thursday night
into the weekend. Therefore over the next 24 hours we can expect generally
fair conditions with only light passing overnight showers as the atmosphere
remains stable for the time being. However, from Thursday night onwards,
expect mostly cloudy conditions with scattered showers which potentially
could become moderate to locally heavy at times. Seas will remain pretty calm
over the next few days with swells not exceeding 4ft.
FORECAST FOR 7TH
Synopsis: A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL LIKELY TO
DESTABILIZE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE AREA BY LATER TODAY INTO TOMORROW
Wx: TODAY: PARTLY CLOUDY TO LOCALLY CLOUDY
WITH A CHANCE OF FEW SHOWERS TONIGHT: PARTLY CLOUDY TO CLOUDY AT TIMES WITH A
CHANCE OF FEW SHOWERS
Winds: ESE 4 -10KTS AND BECOMING LIGHTER
AND VARIABLE AT TIMES.
Seas: SLIGHT WAVES 1.2M OR 4 FT.
Barometric Pressure: BELOW NORMAL
Sunset today: 6:42 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 5:48 am.