Synopsis: A band of clouds associated with remnants of an old frontal boundary will continue to affect the local islands today. In addition low level convergence over the northeast Caribbean region will result in a few rounds of showers across the islands the rest of this afternoon. Cloudiness and shower activity will diminish on Tuesday as mid-level ridge builds over the local region.
Wx: Mostly cloudy skies today and tonight with periods of scattered showers developing.
Winds: E at 8-14kts with lighter spells overnight..
Seas: Moderate, swells 1.2-1.5m or 4-5ft..
Barometric Pressure: Above normal.
Sunset today: 6:20 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:45 am.
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