Synopsis: A reduction in moisture and instability across the Northeast Caribbean over the next couple of days will limit
shower activity and keep the chances of showers at moderate for the most.
Thereafter, on Sunday through to Monday, an increase in moisture and instability across the region will increase
the chances of showers.
A gentle to moderate and easterly windflow will prevail throughout.
Seas will remain safe for marine activities
with heights ranging between 1 to 1.8 metres or 3 to 6 feet.
Forecaster Lorne Salmon
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