A southeasterly to easterly (SE-E) low-level wind flow pattern was observed this afternoon at the Argyle International Airport(A.I.A) due to a low to a mid-level shear line to the north of the island chain.
This wind flow pattern would briefly continue into tonight before the winds become predominantly from the east again. A decrease in wind speeds was notable also.
This instability, as well as a trough moving across the island chain, would result in some scattered showers with the possibility of a few periods of rain for the next 48hours.
The Atlantic Ridge of high pressure is forecast to regain dominance around Tuesday afternoon.