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Dry stable conditions are across our islands. Moisture levels could be increasing Monday night into Tuesday and a few scattered showers are likely across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG). Shower activity could be increasing by Tuesday night, with instability and moisture levels being elevated during Wednesday before decreasing towards Thursday morning.

Gentle (10 - 20 km/h) east northeasterly breeze could gradually increase to moderate by Monday afternoon, varying between east northeast and east southeast by night-time.

Tonight, a few brief showers are forecast, and mostly fair conditions will continue tomorrow into Monday. Meanwhile, a trough is to the east of the island chain to affect the region around Monday. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is likely to receive showers from this trough sometime around Tuesday with light to moderate showers possible on Wednesday as well.

Low level moisture will continue to be across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) today, resulting in the chance of some brief occasional showers. Fair conditions are anticipated over the weekend. Meanwhile, a trough is to the east of the island chain to affect the region around Monday. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is likely to receive showers from this trough sometime around Tuesday.

Periods of light to moderate rain-showers are expected across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) tonight. Cloudiness could linger with scattered showers across our Grenadine islands and Grenada during Friday, decreasing overnight. Isolated showers are likely Saturday into early Sunday, followed by a pocket of significantly dry air Sunday mid-morning into the night.

Gentle to moderate (15 - 30km/h) breeze varying between east northeast and east southeast could occasionally decrease to light winds during the weekend.

Slight to moderate (1.0 – 1.5 m) sea conditions with east northeasterly swells across SVG

A suppressive upper level environment and dry mid level continue to linger in our area. Nevertheless, instability associated with an existing shearline would continue to generate some showers across the islands. An increase in cloudiness and shower activity can be expected over the next 12 to 24hours before a ridge builds around Friday, resulting in fair conditions.

Periods of light rain and scattered showers are expected across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) this evening with mostly cloudy skies into Thursday. During Friday, shower activity could concentrate south of the Grenadine islands, leaving fair skies across SVG.

Gentle to moderate (15 - 30km/h) breeze varying between east northeast and east southeast is expected over next few days.

Slight to moderate (1.0 – 2.0 m) sea conditions with east northeasterly swells

Dry air prevailed across our islands with fair weather and shallow clouds today. There is chance for a few showers tonight and Tuesday and scattered showers are anticipated across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) Wednesday and Thursday.

Moderate (20 - 35km/h) breeze varying between east northeast and southeast is expected across St.Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) tonight into Tuesday, gradually decreasing to occasionally gentle southeasterly flow during Wednesday and Thursday.

Moderate to rough (1.5 – 3.5 m) sea conditions across SVG, with northerly long-period swells

The Western Atlantic High Pressure System is pumping cool fresh (30 - 40km/h) northeasterly breeze and occasional strong gusts could bring a few showers across St.Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) tonight and during Monday. Wind direction could be varying by Monday night, gradually decreasing to gentle by Wednesday with a southeasterly flow which could increase the chance for showers.

Moderate to rough (2.0 – 3.0 m) sea conditions are expected across SVG this evening with northerly long-period swells (above 14 seconds) and wave heights could peak near 3.5 m during Monday, especially on our eastern coasts before retreating Tuesday afternoon. A high surf advisory and small craft warning

The atmosphere is relatively dry and no significant shower activity is forecast during the next 72 hours. Mostly fair to partly cloudy skies will be experienced, with the possibility of a few isolated showers around Monday into Tuesday as weak unstable conditions from a shearline inches closer, to affect mainly the Northern Windward Islands.

Pockets of dry air limited the chance for shower activity across St.Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) today, with slim chance for isolated showers tonight and during the weekend. Weak unstable conditions could move across our islands during Monday with a few showers.

Moderate (20 - 30km/h) east northeasterly breeze are across our islands, but the Atlantic High Pressure System could temporarily strengthen, resulting in increased wind speeds to fresh and possibly strong (30 - 45 km/h) Saturday night to Tuesday.

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