A weak approaching low level trough would result in a slackening of the pressure gradient and cause wind speeds to decrease across SVG by late afternoon Wednesday. Occasionally cloudy skies are anticipated and this may be accompanied by some scattered light to moderate showers. A south easterly wind flow to the islands on Thursday would allow for an injection of equatorial moisture thereby maintaining similar cloudy conditions. A weak shearline could instigate some moderate showers on Friday.
Moderate to strong(~25-45km/h) east north easterly trades are crossing our islands and may become light/gentle(10-20km/h) and predominantly easterly by Wednesday evening. The wind direction is expected to change and become east south easterly across Thursday and Friday.
Seas are moderate(~1.5m) on western coasts and rough(near 2.8m) on eastern coasts. Small craft operators and sea bathers should be prepared for above normal sea swells and gusty winds and exercise extreme caution. An improvement to these conditions may be experienced from Wednesday night as conditions return to slight to moderate(1.2m-2.0m). Swell heights should gradually decrease as the weekend approaches.
Slight dust haze is currently visible across the islands and may thin out on Wednesday, however varying concentrations should return around late Thursday and may occasionally reduce the visibility.