Weather Outlook 11th March 2019 (6 pm)
A weak low-level shearline should be creating unstable conditions across our area with favourable lower-mid level conditions to support cloudiness with light rain and some shower activity overnight into Tuesday. By Wednesday evening a low level shearline associated with an isolated low pressure area, should be moving across our islands (SVG) with some scattered showers as it continues northwards up
the island chain. The low pressure area could and become a cut-off low north north-east of the island chain, possibly creating weak instability across the islands towards the weekend.
Moderate to occasionally fresh (25 - 40km/h) breeze are expected tonight from the east north-east, becoming moderate (20 - 30km/h) by Tuesday with slight veering to east south-east with by Wednesday.
Slight to moderate sea conditions with swells ranging 1.0 to 2.0m are across our islands and could reduce temporarily to range 0.5 – 1.5m during Wednesday.
Barometric readings should range 1013 - 1017mb over the next few days.
No significant dust concentrations are expected across our area over the next few days, but some thickening is possible by next weekend.