Warm conditions are anticipated across Monday afternoon, however a few lingering patches of shallow moisture could produce some sporadic isolated showers. On Tuesday, similar conditions are likely apart from a few early morning showers. On Wednesday, a shearline is forecast to affect the islands. Meanwhile, the SVG Meteorological Service will continue to monitor a broad area of low pressure over the central tropical Atlantic producing disorganized cloudiness and showers. Some gradual development of this system is expected over the next several days and a tropical depression is likely to form later this week. The disturbance is forecast to move slowly toward the west and then west-northwest at 5 to 10 mph, toward the adjacent waters of the northern Leeward Islands.
Gentle to moderate(20-30km/h) easterly to east north easterly trades will cross the islands within the next 24 hours, slightly decreasing to less than 20km/h by midweek. Winds will become light and variable on Thursday. Seas will be slight to moderate in open waters with swells peaking near 1.0m on the western coasts and ranging between 1.0m to 2.0m on the eastern coasts. A layer of Saharan dust haze is expected to cross the islands from late this evening.