Weather Outlook 8th August 2019 (6 pm)
The Atlantic High Pressure is dominant across the islands. A weak trough should trail across the islands on Friday, followed by a low level trough creating weak instability with scattered showers on Saturday. Gentle to occasionally moderate (10 – 30km/h) south-easterly wind-flow should become north-easterly by late Friday.
Sea conditions are slight to moderate (1.0 - 2.0 m) in open water with east north-easterly swells across St.Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG).
Slight haze should be noticeable on our horizon by late Thursday, occasionally thickening to moderate haze on Friday which could limit shower activity and reduce visibility. Visibility should be improved again by Saturday.
Barometric readings should range 1014 - 1017mb, dipping slightly (1013mb) on Saturday.
Tropical waves and troughs between west coast Africa and Lesser Antilles:
Along 19W S of 18N moving W at 10 kt with scattered showers within 180 nm of the axis. Wave model diagnostic depicts the wave well and the Total Precipitable Water imagery supports abundant moisture coming off of Africa with this wave….2520miles away… weekend of 17th/18th
Along 48W S of 11N, moving W at 10 kt with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms seen within 150 nm of the wave from 04N-08N.… 780miles away… Saturday 10th /Sunday 11th