A film of Saharan dust lingers across our islands and occasional breezy conditions could agitate dry volcanic ash creating dusty conditions.
Over the next few days, a few scattered showers are likely across St. Vincent and the Grenadines; as low level-clouds/moisture converge along the south western edge of the Atlantic High Pressure System…Residents and motorists should remain alert due to rain-soaked ash and poor visibility in volcanic ash.
Moderate to fresh (20 – 35 km/h) trade winds from the east north-east could increase near 40 km/h at times. Wind direction could turn easterly during Wednesday and east south-easterly by Thursday with slight decrease (20 – 30 km/h) in speeds.
Slight to moderate sea-conditions are across our islands; with north-easterly swells near 1.2 m on western coasts and easterly swells near 2.2 m on eastern coasts.
Swell heights could start falling late Tuesday, ranging 1.0 m to 1.5 m with east north easterly swells across SVG by Wednesday night…Small-craft operators and other users of the sea should not venture along the coast in the red zone due to extremely poor visibility in volcanic ash.