Weather Outlook, 2nd June 2020 (12 noon)
Weak pulses embedded within the Atlantic high pressure system would continue to move across the island chain bringing occasionally cloudy skies into tonight(Tuesday). Some scattered mid-afternoon showers are likely on Wednesday across the Grenadines before spreading to the mainland by late evening, with not much change anticipated in the weather pattern for Thursday. Early showers may be experienced on Friday and by nightfall, moisture ahead of a tropical wave should generate cloudy skies and trigger some scattered showers across the islands.
Moderate to fresh (20km/h – 35km/h) east to east south easterly (E-ESE) trades will move across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines over the next 24 hours. Occasionally strong(near 40 km/h) trades are expected around Thursday as the winds turn east north easterly ahead of the anticipated wave. Slight to moderate sea conditions, with swells peaking to 1.0m on the western coasts and 1.5m on the eastern coasts are forecast across the 72 hour period, however a slight increase (1.2m on western coasts and 2.0m on eastern coasts) is expected Wednesday night.
Varying concentrations of Saharan dust haze will continue to affect St. Vincent and the Grenadines over the next few days, possibly increasing by late Wednesday.