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12 noon Saint Lucia weather report

By Saint Lucia Met

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12:00 NOON WEATHER REPORT

DATE: 04TH OCTOBER, 2018

FORECASTER: WEBSTER GAJADHAR

PRESENT WEATHER AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS PARTLY CLOUDY.

PRESENT WEATHER AT GFL CHARLES AIRPORT IS PARTLY CLOUDY.

PRESENT TEMPERATURE AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS 31 C OR 88 F.

LAST NIGHT’S MINIMUM TEMPERATURE AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT WAS 27 C OR 81 F.

WIND AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS BLOWING FROM THE SOUTHEAST AT 14 MPH OR 22 KM/H.

RAINFALL IN THE 24 HOUR PERIOD THAT ENDED AT 8:00 AM TODAY:

AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT: NIL. AT GFL CHARLES AIRPORT: NIL.

TOTAL RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER SO FAR:

AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT: 22.4 MM. AT GFL CHARLES AIRPORT: NIL.

SUNSET TODAY: 5:51 PM.

SUNRISE TOMORROW: 5:53 AM.

FORECAST FOR SAINT LUCIA VALID FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS

WINDS WILL BE BLOWING FROM BETWEEN THE EAST-SOUTHEAST AND EAST AT ABOUT 15 MPH OR 24 KM/H.

WEATHER: FAIR SKIES, OCCASIONALLY BECOMING CLOUDY, WITH SOME SCATTERED SHOWERS AND A CHANCE OF ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS.

MARINE FORECAST FOR SEAS IN A 25 MILE OR 40 KM RADIUS FROM SAINT LUCIA

TIDES FOR CASTRIES HARBOUR: HIGH AT 12:36 PM…LOW AT 5:13 PM.

TIDES FOR VIEUX FORT BAY: HIGH AT 01:43 PM…LOW AT 6:40 PM.

SEAS: MODERATE TO LOCALLY ROUGH WITH WAVES AND NORTHERLY SWELLS 5 TO 7 FEET OR 1.5 TO 2.1 METRES.

SMALL CRAFT OPERATORS AND SEA BATHERS ARE ADVISED TO EXERCISE CAUTION DUE TO ABOVE NORMAL SEA SWELLS.

FORECAST FOR THE LESSER ANTILLES

FAIR SKIES, OCCASIONALLY BECOMING CLOUDY, WITH SOME SCATTERED SHOWERS AND A CHANCE OF ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS.

TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK

MOISTURE AND INSTABILITY IN THE ATMOSPHERE OVER THE REGION, WILL CONTINUE TO PRODUCE SOME SCATTERED SHOWERS AND POSSIBLY ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE LESSER ANTILLES DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS.

TWO TROPICAL WAVES LOCATED OVER THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN TROPICAL ATLANTIC, ARE MOVING WESTWARD AT ABOUT 20 MPH OR 31 KM/H

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