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Weather Outlook 13th September 2021 (6 pm)

Weak unstable conditions could trigger a few scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms across our northernmost islands tonight. A film of Saharan dust could thicken across our area by Tuesday afternoon,

creating slight-moderate hazy conditions. Meanwhile, a weak tropical wave is expected to bring occasional cloudy skies with showers and thunderstorm activity across St.Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) towards Tuesday afternoon. Cloudiness could decrease late Wednesday and a few showers may linger on Thursday. 

Light to gentle (less than 20 km/h) east south-easterly wind-flow is expected tonight, gradually increasing Tuesday and becoming moderate to occasionally fresh (25 - 35 km/h) by Wednesday.                         

Sea-conditions are slight in open water; with north-easterly swells near 0.5 m on the west and 1.0 m on the east of SVG. Swell heights could start rising late Wednesday, nearing 1.0 m on the west and 1.2 m on the east of SVG.