A low pressure system situated to the north of the region will dominate the weather pattern across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines for the remainder of  Monday. 

Light winds will blow generally from the north west (NW), becoming north easterly (NE), because of this system, during the next 3 days. A trough originating from this system will dip southwards over the mainland by Tuesday. Also, a jet stream will be across the region for the next few days. Despite the presence of  these unstable conditions, no significant shower activity is forecast due to a relatively dry atmosphere.

Monday: Mostly fair with low chance of isolated showers.

Tuesday:  Fair to occasionally cloudy, with a high chance of a few moderate scattered showers along with cool conditions during the night.

Wednesday: Mostly fair with low chance of isolated showers.

Winds will blow generally from the north west (NW) at 5km/h - 15 km/h. Seas are forecast to be slight to moderate in open waters with swells peaking at 1.0m on the western coasts and 2.0m on the eastern coasts. In addition, no significant haze intrusion is forecast during this time period.




SOURCE: SVG Meteorological Office

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