Synopsis: Dominant ridge of high pressure across the Northeastern Caribbean will maintain a stable atmosphere over the British Virgin Islands. Just a light and brief passing shower or two could develop from the tradewinds pushing some shallow pockets of moisture across the area.
Today: Sunny to partly cloudy with the chance of a light and brief localized shower.
Tonight: Fair to partly cloudy with the chance of another light and brief localized shower.
Winds: ENE at 08-13kts/(15-24 km/h) over land and peaking to near 15kts/(28 km/h) over coastal waters..
Seas: Slight waves/swells 0.9-1.2m or 3-4ft..
Atmospheric Pressure: Normal
Sunset today: 5:42 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:37 am.
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