A relatively dry atmosphere will result in mostly fair conditions with a few brief isolated showers mainly in the morning across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines during the next 72 hours. The Atlantic high pressure system will continue to generate brisk trade winds across the region.
A weak trough crossed our islands last night, with partly cloudy skies and a few isolated showers. Over the next few days, hazy conditions with varying intensity could reduce visibility across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) and isolated showers are likely.
The Atlantic High Pressure System is pumping moderate to fresh (25 – 40 km/h) east north-easterly trades across the islands. Wind direction should turn east south-easterly by Tuesday and decrease to moderate (20 – 35km/h) by Wednesday,
A weak trough is across the islands with occasional cloudiness and a few showers across the Grenadines today. Hazy conditions as well as increasing cloudiness can be expected across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) towards Sunday evening and scattered showers are likely Sunday night into Monday morning. Cloudiness should be decreased by Monday evening.
The Central Atlantic High Pressure System continues to pump cool fresh (30 – 40 km/h) east north-easterly trades with occasional gusts (45km/h).
The Atlantic high pressure system will continue to generate brisk trade winds across the region. However, a few weak pulses/troughs will occasionally cross the island chain and increase the chance of some showers. One such trough is forecast to generate some showers mainly during the predawn hours into Saturday. Another trough will result in a few scattered showers around late Sunday night. Monday is forecast to be mostly fair.
Moisture trailing a weak trough could bring a few scattered showers across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) this afternoon into tonight, with upper-levels supporting showers by Saturday. Hazy conditions are expected across our islands during Sunday, but another weak trough could cross the islands with a few scattered showers Sunday night and during Monday.
The Central Atlantic High Pressure System continues to pump cool fresh (30 – 40 km/h) east north-easterly trades and occasional gusts up to 50km/h can be expected during night-time.
The Atlantic High Pressure System is dominant and a thin hazy film lingers across our islands. Patches of cloud within the wind-flow are expected to bring some showers across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) tonight into Thursday morning. Late Thursday into Friday, some showers are likely with a trough across our islands and possibly lingering into Saturday.
Fresh to occasionally strong (35 – 50 km/h) east north-easterly trades across our islands should gradually decrease, to fresh (30 – 40 km/h) breeze and turn easterly during Thursday.
Moderate to rough (2.0 – 3.0 m) sea conditions continue across our islands,
The Atlantic high pressure system will remain the dominant feature. Fair to occasionally cloudy skies will be observed across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, with the occasional brief passing showers. Strong winds will continue to move across the island chain, resulting in rough seas with east north-easterly swells (2.5m-3.5m). A high surf advisory and small craft warning remain in effect. Sea bathers are advised to stay out of the water during the next couple of days. There will be no significant haze intrusion within this forecast period.
Hazy conditions are gradually thinning out across the islands and the Atlantic High Pressure System is dominant with trades bringing cloud patches with scattered showers across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG).
Fresh to occasionally strong (35 – 50 km/h) north-easterly trades should continue across our islands, with higher gusts in exposed locations. An easterly direction is expected during Thursday with fresh (30 – 40 km/h) breeze.
Moderate to rough (2.0 – 3.5 m) sea conditions are across SVG, with east north-easterly swells…High Surf Advisory and Small-craft Warning remain in effect for SVG
Moderate to brisk easterly winds, rough seas and a few showers will be experienced across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) during the next 72 hours as the Atlantic high pressure system dominates the weather pattern. In addition, haze intrusion is forecast to clear by tomorrow afternoon.
A low-level trough is crossing the islands with weak unstable conditions triggering a few showers across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG). Meanwhile the Atlantic High Pressure System is re-establishing itself, pumping brisk winds and pushing a patch of Saharan dust across the islands which could also limit shower activity.
Fresh (30 – 40 km/h) north-easterly trades across our islands could become strong (up to 50 km/h with higher gusts) by Monday night, returning to fresh by Wednesday afternoon.
Moderate (1.5 – 2.5 m) sea conditions across SVG, with east north-easterly swells are expected to rise and become rough by Monday night,