Synopsis: Despite the presence of a mid to upper level trough over the Northeast Caribbean, dry air at the lower levels of the atmosphere will continue to restrict shower activity across the Islands today. However, some shallow moisture moving into the area tonight could trigger widely scattered showers.
Today: Sunny to partly cloudy with the chance of an isolated shower.
Tonight: Partly cloudy with the chance of some widely scattered showers.
Winds: ESE at 08-13kts/(15-24 km/h) over land and peaking to near 15kts/(28 km/h) over coastal waters..
Seas: Slight to moderate waves/swells 1.2-1.5m or 4-5ft..
Atmospheric Pressure: Near normal
Sunset today: 5:56 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:50 am.
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