Weather Outlook 2nd November 2019 (6pm)

An upper level trough is favourably positioned over the Eastern Caribbean and is likely to enhance low level moisture across the islands. Tonight, a tropical wave moves closer to the island chain, and as favourable upper level environment persists, showers and a high chance of isolated thunderstorms are forecast across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG).

On Sunday, model guidance is indicating a decrease in showers in the morning, to increase again by afternoon into the night.

By Monday morning an improvement is likely, before another tropical wave approaches the islands. Tuesday evening, gusty winds are likely near showers as the wave affects the islands.

Generally, a moderate easterly wind flow at 20km/h to 30km/h will be experienced tonight into Sunday, increasing to slightly fresh breeze (approximately 35km/h) around Sunday night into Monday. Moderate sea conditions remains on the east coast with northerly swells peaking at 2.5m in open water.  Haze intrusion around Sunday morning will thin out by Sunday night.