A trade wind flow generated by a high-pressure system combined with low-level moisture is expected to result in scattered showers across the northern and central portions of the area during the next 36 hours
A trade wind flow generated by a high-pressure system combined with low-level moisture is expected to result in periods of scattered shower activity across the northern and central portions of the island chain during the next 24 – 36 hours. Meanwhile, a tropical wave will continue to produce shower and possible thunderstorm activity across the southern Windwards during today.
By Thursday night into Friday, another tropical wave is expected to produce showers and possible isolated thunderstorms across parts of the island chain.
Moderate to rough seas are expected during the next 24 hours with swells peaking near 10.0 feet. A small-craft warning is in effect for above normal seas. Small craft operators and sea bathers, particularly along the eastern coastline, are advised to exercise caution, as a high pressure system is dominant across the area
The Forecast for Today and Tonight: is Partly cloudy to cloudy, hazy and breezy with scattered showers
Wind: Easterly to East south easterly @ 15 to 40 km/h with higher gusts
Sea Conditions: Moderate to rough in open water
Waves: 2.5 to 3.0 meters or 8.0 to 10.0 feet.
Warning/Advisory: A small craft warning is in effect for above normal seas
Sunrise: 6:03 AM
Sunset: 5:34 PM
Low Tide: 5:40 AM and 5:43 PM
High Tide: 11:59 AM and 11:43 PM
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