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Weather Outlook- 22nd November 2020 (noon)

Mostly fair conditions will prevail across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines today. A few isolated showers are possible on Monday morning and Tuesday morning, with mostly fair conditions anticipated throughout the days.  The chance of showers increases around Tuesday night as a shearline makes a southward migration over the islands. Showers associated with this instability are likely from Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

A general moderate (15km/h-35km/h) easterly wind flow will move across the island chain, being occasionally breezy. An east north eastward turn (ENE) is forecast around Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, with the shearline being in the vicinity.   

From Monday, sea conditions will be slight to moderate in open waters, with swells peaking to 1.2m on the eastern coasts, and 2.5m on the western coasts. Small craft operators and sea bathers are advised to remain caution around this time. In addition, there will be no significant haze intrusion within this forecast period.