A ridge pattern would dominate and bring relatively fair weather conditions across St. Vincent & the Grenadines over the next few days but shallow patches of moisture can instigate some brief sporadic showers. On Thursday and especially Friday, light wind speeds could result in warm conditions and this increases the possibility of localised activity during the mid afternoon period.
Moderate to fresh(~15 – 35 km/h) east north easterly (ENE) trades should decrease slightly tomorrow and even further (~10-20km/h) on Thursday. By Friday, the centre of Tropical Storm Teddy is expected to be positioned to the north east of the Eastern Caribbean and this would cause a significant decrease in wind speeds across the islands. A south easterly flow is also anticipated by late afternoon.