A tropical wave is crossing the islands with occasional showers and isolated thunderstorms more likely tonight and Monday morning, before dry air and slight haze moves into our area during the afternoon. A few showers are possible across St.Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) Tuesday and Wednesday, as the haze thins out ahead of another tropical wave.
Gentle (10 - 20km/h) east north-easterly breeze this afternoon, could increase to moderate and become east south-easterly Monday morning.
Low level instability resulted in a few scattered showers across the northern portion of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines this afternoon. Tonight, mostly fair to partly cloudy skies are anticipated with the likelihood of a few showers as the night progress.
A northward pull of moisture due to a south-easterly wind flow across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) is possible this afternoon and tonight, resulting in occasionally cloudy skies and a chance for scattered showers.
The Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) is resulting in weak unstable conditions with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms across the Grenadine Islands. Instability should spread across St.Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) tonight and during Friday, temporarily decreasing Saturday afternoon until early Sunday, when a tropical wave approaches the area.
Moderate (20 - 30km/h) east north-easterly breeze should decrease to gentle tonight and light early Friday,
The ridge of high pressure will continue to dominate the weather pattern across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) tonight into tomorrow morning, resulting in mostly fair conditions with the possibility of shallow scattered showers.
Cloudy skies should are clearing and shower activity decreased across the Grenadines this evening. Isolated showers are possible Wednesday, but a northward shift of the Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone should bring showers across the Grenadine Islands by Thursday afternoon. Showers and thunderstorm activity should spread across SVG by nightfall and during Friday.
Fresh (30 – 40km/h) east north-easterly breeze could occasionally turn south-easterly,
Moisture and instability trailing a tropical wave resulted in some scattered showers across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines early this morning.
Haze thinned out last-night allowing a few showers across our islands and slight haze should not prevent showers with thunderstorm activity this afternoon and tonight. A weak wind surge should cross the area Tuesday, while scattered showers continue across the Grenadine Islands. ITCZ should be nudging northward across the Grenadine Islands by Thursday night.
Moderate to occasionally fresh (30 – 40 km/h) easterly breeze could gust up to 50 km/h tonight and during Tuesday,
Apart from the likelihood of scattered showers Monday afternoon into Tuesday morning, mostly fair, hazy and breezy conditions are forecast across the islands within this forecast period.
A few scattered showers could converge across our area overnight with low level cloud patches. A plume of Saharan dust moving towards the area could cause moderate hazy conditions with poor visibility and limited shower activity during Sunday. Haze should be thinning out early Monday when showers and isolated thunderstorms are more likely. Shower activity should be replaced during Tuesday morning by a wind surge across the Eastern Caribbean