Similar weather conditions to last night and this morning will continue across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines this afternoon. After which, sinking air aloft will allow for a more stable atmosphere limiting the chance of shower activity into Wednesday across the islands.
Weak unstable conditions are likely to approach the islands around Wednesday night, resulting in occasional scattered showers into Thursday.
Strong to occasional gusty winds (30km/h-40km/h) will move across the islands during the next 72 hours period, blowing predominantly from the east north east (ENE).
Consequently, moderate (1.5m) east north easterly swells are anticipated on the western coasts, and moderate (2.5m) are likely on the eastern coasts, with a possible increase to rough (> 2.5m) on the eastern coasts around Wednesday.
A marine advisory remains in effect for small craft operators and sea bathers.
In addition, there will be no significant haze intrusion within this forecast period.