Synopsis: High pressure will continue to dominate the weather with a mostly stable atmosphere over the Northeast Caribbean. However, the moderate tradewinds pushing some low level and shallow pockets of moisture across the area could result in some brief passing showers on occasions across the islands.
Today: Partly sunny to cloudy with a good chance of some brief and widely scattered showers.
Tonight: Partly cloudy with the chance of some more brief and widely scattered showers.
Winds: E at 10-16kts/(19-30 km/h) over land and peaking to near 18kts/(33 km/h) over coastal waters..
Seas: Locally rough waves/swells 1.8-2.4m or 6-8ft. A small craft warning remains in effect and sea bathers should exercise extreme caution especially in the waters east and north of the islands..
Atmospheric Pressure: Above normal.
Sunset today: 5:52 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:49 am.
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