A low level trough will continue to affect Saint Vincent and the Grenadines this afternoon generating occasional showers and a few periods of light rain across the islands. Remnants from the trough will continue to generate a few showers tonight with an improvement anticipated as the night progresses.
Saturday is forecast to be a fair day as this trough moves further north, out of the vicinity. On Sunday the Ridge of High Pressure will establish itself across the region creating an east - southeasterly wind flow. This wind flow pattern will generate moisture from the south. However, most of the shower activity is forecast to be offshore of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It is on Monday, that this southerly flow coupled with a deep low to the north of the region will result in some showers and a few periods of light rain across SVG.
Light to moderate winds will continue to move across the islands. Seas are to remain slight to moderate over the weekend, with deterioration on the eastern coast around
Monday with swells peaking to 3.0 m.
Argyle International Airport,
St. Vincent & the Grenadines
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