Isolated Showers And Saharan Dust To Continue Affecting SVG

Weak instability Sunday evening brought sufficient rainfall accumulations to break a ‘dry spell’ across southern sections of mainland St. Vincent, with welcomed showers across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG).
Isolated showers are possible this evening and Saharan dust concentration, which occasionally reduce visibility and air quality should thin-out Wednesday.
Moderate to occasionally fresh (20 – 40 km/h) southeasterly breeze can be expected this afternoon and tonight, turning northeasterly by Wednesday.
Slight to moderate sea conditions could range 1.0 to 2.0 m across SVG over the next few days, with northerly swells on west coasts today and northeasterly on east coasts tonight. Swells across SVG could be originating from the northeast by Tuesday night.

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