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6 p.m. September 7, 2019 weather update

By St. Lucia Met. Services

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6:00 pm Weather Report
Date: 07th September 2019
Forecasters: Glenn Antoine/Lemuel O’Shaughnessy

Present weather at Hewanorra Airport is fair.
Present weather at GFL Charles Airport is partly cloudy.
Present temperature at Hewanorra airport is 30 c or 86 f.
Today’s maximum temperature at Hewanorra Airport was 32 c or 90 f.
Wind at Hewanorra Airport is blowing from the south 7 mph or 11 km/h.

Rainfall in the 24-hour period that ended at 2:00 pm today:
At Hewanorra Airport: nil At GFL Charles Airport: 2.3 mm.
Total rainfall for the month of September so far:
At Hewanorra Airport: 23.6 mm. At GFL Charles Airport: 19.8 mm.

Sunrise tomorrow: 5:52 am. Sunset tomorrow: 6:10 pm.

FORECAST FOR SAINT LUCIA VALID FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS
Winds will be blowing from between the southeast and south near 10 mph or 17 km/h, becoming lighter and variable at times.
Weather: Fair to partly cloudy skies, with a few isolated showers.

MARINE FORECAST FOR SEAS IN A 25 MILE OR 40 KM RADIUS FROM SAINT LUCIA
Tides for Castries Harbour: High at 10:51 pm… Low at 6:08 am.
Tides for Vieux Fort Bay: High at 11:58 pm… Low at 7:35 am.
Seas: Slight with waves 2 to 4 feet of 0.6 to 1.2 metres.

FORECAST FOR THE LESSER ANTILLES
Partly cloudy to cloudy at times with scattered showers and a chance of isolated thunderstorms over the Northern Leeward Island. Elsewhere, fair to partly cloudy skies with a few showers.

TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
Moisture and instability associated with a trough located a few hundred miles northeast of the Leeward Islands will produce some cloudy periods and showers over that area during the forecast period.

A tropical wave located over the Central Tropical Atlantic is moving westward near 17 mph or 28 km/h.

A broad area of low pressure associated with a tropical wave is producing disorganized showers and thunderstorms as it moves over the Eastern and Central Tropical Atlantic. This system could become a tropical depression by the middle of next week, while it moves westward across the Tropical Atlantic Ocean.

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