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A few brief isolated showers are forecast across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines during the next 24 hours. In addition, fresh breeze (30km/h – 40km/h) with higher gust near showers (approximately 45km/h) will move across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines during the 72 hours period.

Weak unstable conditions on the southern edge of the Atlantic High Pressure System could result in occasional cloudiness with the chance for a few showers across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) this evening into Monday morning and again Tuesday evening. However, a mass of Saharan dust moving closer to the islands could start reducing visibility by Tuesday and thicken to moderate haze during the night limiting shower activity. 

Fresh to occasionally strong (30 - 45 km/h) trades with varying direction could continue for the next few days. Slight to moderate (1.2 - 2.0m) sea conditions with east northeasterly swells are across our islands, rising to moderate (1.5 – 2.5m) by Monday evening

Generally cloudy skies will persist across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, with the likelihood of a few showers during the next 24 hours. The chance of shower activity is forecast to decrease into the new week as mid to upper levels become less favourable.

Weak unstable conditions on the southern edge of the Atlantic High Pressure System are resulting in some cloudiness with a few showers across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG).

Fresh to strong (30 - 45 km/h) northeasterly trades across the islands could be varying in direction Sunday afternoon and during Monday. Meanwhile, patches of Saharan dust moving along with the wind-flow are crossing the islands and could thicken to reduce visibility with moderate haze by Tuesday.

Small craft-operators and sea-bathers should continue exercising caution for above normal swells and brisk winds

The Atlantic high pressure system continues to be the dominant feature across the island chain resulting in a moderate to fresh trade winds flow.  Low level clouds moving along this wind flow is likely to result in occasional showers. The moisture associated with these low level clouds is not impressive, but a favourable mid to upper level environment is likely to enhance cloud development. Therefore, generally cloudy skies and the likelihood of some moderate showers are forecast for the remainder of the day and tomorrow. An improvement in weather conditions is likely on Sunday.

The Atlantic High Pressure System continues to pump fresh (30 - 45 km/h) northeasterly trades with occasional strong gusts across our islands. Unstable conditions with occasional cloudiness and scattered showers are likely across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) tonight and into the weekend; with mid-upper levels possibly supporting isolated thunderstorm activity late Friday.

Saharan dust concentrations could increase across our area late Sunday, with hazy conditions. 

Small craft-operators and sea-bathers should continue to exercise caution for above normal swells and brisk winds

Partly cloudy to cloudy skies, some showers, and breezy conditions are likely across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines during the next 24 hours. In addition, the gradual decrease in haze intrusion, and the development of a favourable mid to upper level environment will result in light to moderate showers, and the chance of isolated thunderstorms around Friday. Instability will linger into Saturday with a gradual improvement in weather conditions as the day progress.

Partly cloudy to cloudy skies, occasional scattered showers, and breezy conditions are likely across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines during the next 48 hours.

The Atlantic High Pressure System continues to pump brisk trade-winds across our islands. Saharan dust concentrations could be thinning out Tuesday, allowing a few showers across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) into Wednesday. Occasional haze during Thursday should clear by night and moisture levels are expected to increase with scattered showers into Friday. 

Fresh (30 - 40 km/h) northeasterly trades could temporarily decrease to moderate breeze during Tuesday. Small craft-operators and sea-bathers should continue to exercise caution

A weak low level trough resulted in cloudy skies with a few showers across the island chain last night. The Atlantic High Pressure System continues to pump brisk trade-winds across the islands, bringing cloud patches and Saharan dust particles. Haze could thicken to reduce visibility across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) this evening. Dust concentrations should be thinning out late Tuesday, increasing the likelihood for a few showers into Wednesday. 

Fresh (30 - 40 km/h) trades may vary slightly in direction as the weak trough crosses the island chain, turning northeasterly Monday night into Tuesday. Small craft-operators and sea-bathers should continue to exercise caution