12:00 noon Weather Report
Date: 27th June, 2020
Forecaster: Avlon Charlery
Present weather at Hewanorra Airport is fair and hazy.
Present weather at GFL Charles Airport is fair and hazy.
Present temperature at Hewanorra Airport is 30°C or 86°F.
Last night’s minimum temperature at Hewanorra Airport was 27°C or 81°F.
Wind at Hewanorra Airport is blowing from the east at 25 mph or 41 km/h.
Rainfall in the 24-hour period that ended at 8:00 am today:
At Hewanorra Airport: 0.6 mm At GFL Charles:1.0 mm
Total rainfall for the month of June so far:
At Hewanorra Airport: 140.7 mm. At GFL Charles:71.3 mm
Sunset today: 6:35 pm Sunrise tomorrow: 5:38 am
FORECAST FOR SAINT LUCIA VALID FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS
Winds will be blowing from the east near 23 mph or 37 km/h, with occasional gusts.
Weather: Fair to partly cloudy and very hazy with a few scattered showers.
Persons with dust allergies and respiratory illnesses are advised to take the necessary precautions due to poor air quality.
MARINE FORECAST FOR SEAS IN A 25 MILE OR 40 KM RADIUS FROM SAINT LUCIA
Tides for Castries Harbour: Low at 2:36 pm… High at 09:23 pm
Tides for Vieux Fort Bay: Low at 4:03 pm… High at 10:30 pm
Seas: Locally rough with waves and northeasterly swells 6 to 9 feet or 1.8 to
Small craft operators and sea bathers are advised to exercise extreme caution
due to rough seas, brisk winds and low visibility.
FORECAST FOR THE LESSER ANTILLES
Over the extreme southern islands, partly cloudy with showers and a chance of isolated thunderstorms. Elsewhere, fair to partly cloudy, very hazy and breezy with a few scattered showers.
TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
The Atlantic High Pressure System will continue to generate moderate to brisk easterly winds and rough seas around the Eastern Caribbean region during the
next few days.
The Inter Tropical Convergence Zone will cause some showers and a chance of isolated thunderstorms over the extreme southern islands, today.
A large plume of Saharan dust will continue to affect our region for the next
few days, causing suppressed shower activity, reduced visibility and poor air quality.
Two tropical waves, one located over the western Tropical Atlantic and the other over the central Tropical Atlantic are both moving westward near 20 mph or 31 km/h.
Tropical cyclone formation is not expected over the tropical Atlantic during
the next five days.