Although model guidance suggests a lower chance of showers tonight(Sunday) night across SVG, cloudy skies are likely to persist.

There remains the possibility for a low risk of flooding due to the already saturated nature of soils across the islands. Therefore, residents and motorists in areas prone to flooding and landslides or near rivers and streams should continue to exercise caution. On Monday a few passing showers are forecast as a ridge pattern attempts to regain dominance, however a tropical wave approaches and should begin to affect the islands by mid Tuesday. Lingering instability should allow for occasional shower activity early Wednesday.
Gentle to moderate(15-30km/h)east north east to easterly trades will cross the islands tonight, slightly increasing (near 35km/h) on Monday. A reduction(15-25km/h) is likely on Wednesday as the wind speed shifts to easterly.
Seas are currently slight to moderate in open water with swells peaking up to 0.8m on western coasts and ranging between 1.5m to 2.0m on eastern coasts. In addition, varying concentrations of Saharan dust haze should begin to cross the islands by late Monday.





SOURCE: SVG Meteorological Office

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