Weather Outlook 10th January 2019 (6 pm)

Few isolated showers are possible across mainland St.Vincent overnight. Some moisture increase is possible at mid to upper levels, as the Atlantic High Pressure shifts eastward as a cold front pushes across the Atlantic Ocean from the west. Few showers could converge across our islands during Friday. The High Pressure should be replaced by a Western Atlantic High during Saturday.

Gentle to moderate (15 - 35km/h) east south-easterly breeze can be expected into Friday, backing to east north-easterly during by Saturday.  

Slight to moderate seas (peaking near 1.5m on east) with northerly swells across the islands. Mariners should be aware that these northerly wave heights, could peak near 2m on the east coasts and near 1.2m on west coasts during Friday. However, swells should be originating from east by Saturday.

Barometric readings should temporarily rise on Friday to range 1015 - 1017mb across our area, dipping again late Sunday to range 1014 - 1016mb. 

Slight hazy conditions on our horizon due to dust concentrations, should gradually thin out towards weekend….JMCD 

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Aviation WX

[Source: ADDS]
METAR
TVSA 161000Z 09004KT 040V130 9999 BKN015 SCT015 27/25 Q1015 =
TVSA 160525Z 1606/1706 06008KT 9999 SCT018 PROB30 TEMPO 1606/1612 SHRA BKN015
TAF
TVSA 160525Z 1606/1706 06008KT 9999 SCT018 PROB30 TEMPO 1606/1612 SHRA BKN015 =
SR / SS: 09:38 / 22:32 UTC (Sunrise Sunset 2019-06-16)