Synopsis: Moisture and instability associated with a trough in the vicinity of the Northeast Caribbean will continue to heighten the chance of showers across the Islands. A light, warm and somewhat moist southeasterly wind flow will also keep the environment somewhat uncomfortably warm tomorrow.
Tonight: Partly cloudy to cloudy with the chance of some localized showers.
Tomorrow: Partly sunny to cloudy with a high chance of some more showers, but showers will be mostly localized.
Winds: Tonight, SE 02 kts. Tomorrow, SE at 04-08kts /(07-15 km/h)..
Seas: Slight, waves/swells 0.9-1.2m or 3-4ft..
However, please note red flags are flying at Trunk Bay & Rogues Bay. This means no swimming is allowed at those beaches.
Atmospheric Pressure: Normal
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:03 am.
Sunset tomorrow: 6:35 pm.
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