The chance for showers across our islands today has decreased, but could increase late Saturday. There are pockets of dry air, but mid to upper-levels should support showers and thunderstorm activity across our islands late Sunday into Monday. Meanwhile, some developments south-east of the region can be expected in the Atlantic by late Sunday.

Light to gentle (5 – 20 km/h) south-easterly breeze could become calm at times, with direction becoming north-easterly late Saturday and speeds increasing Sunday afternoon.

Slight sea conditions with easterly swells (0.5 to 1.2m) are across SVG, but wave heights should start rising Sunday afternoon, to range 1.2 to 2.5m by Monday.

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