June 6, 202499Views

Synopsis: A relatively stable and hazy air mass associated with a high pressure ridge will continue to sit across the area and restrict shower activity over and around the Leeward during the next 24 hours. Meanwhile a persistent deep layered trough will continue to produce numerous shower and thunderstorm activity across the BVI during that time. Rainfall accumulations could exceed 37.8mm or 1.5 inches during the forecast period, hence the flash flood advisory will remain in place until midday today.

Weather today: Cloudy conditions with periods of showers, some of which could be moderate to locally heavy at times accompanied by thunderstorms.

Weather tonight: Partly cloudy to cloudy with a 60 percent or moderate chance of brief passing overnight showers.

Winds: South-southeast at 13 to 26 km/h or 8 to 16 mph with lighter spells overnight.

Seas: 1 to 1.5 meters or 3 to 5 feet.

Sunset today:  6:53 pm.

Antigua and Barbuda Meteorological Services
Bernell Simon-Forecaster

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