Weather Outlook 19th January 2020 (12 noon)

The Western Atlantic High Pressure System is pumping cool fresh (30 - 40km/h) northeasterly breeze and occasional strong gusts could bring a few showers across St.Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) tonight and during Monday. Wind direction could be varying by Monday night, gradually decreasing to gentle by Wednesday with a southeasterly flow which could increase the chance for showers.

Moderate to rough (2.0 – 3.0 m) sea conditions are expected across SVG this evening with northerly long-period swells (above 14 seconds) and wave heights could peak near 3.5 m during Monday, especially on our eastern coasts before retreating Tuesday afternoon. A high surf advisory and small craft warning

will be in effect for above normal northerly sea-swells across St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Large waves and dangerous rip-currents could create unsafe conditions for sea-bathers and small-craft operators. Conditions could become more adverse at high tide times; Sunday 01:18 pm, Monday 01:50 am and 02:32 pm and Tuesday 02:35 am and 03:54 pm. Wave heights should subside by Wednesday afternoon with northeasterly swells 1.0 m - 2.0 m.

Aviation WX

[Source: ADDS]
METAR
TVSA 190100Z 11008KT 020V190 9999 BKN018 26/23 Q1016 NOSIG =
TVSA 182300Z 1900/1924 08012KT 9999 BKN017 SCT038 PROB40 TEMPO 1900/1912 5000 SHRA BKN014 BKN034
TAF
TVSA 182300Z 1900/1924 08012KT 9999 BKN017 SCT038 PROB40 TEMPO 1900/1912 5000 SHRA BKN014 BKN034 =
SR / SS: 10:25 / 22:10 UTC (Sunrise Sunset 2020-02-18)