Date: 24th November, 2022
Forecaster: Lemuel O’Shaughnessy
Present weather at Hewanorra Airport is cloudy with light showers.
Present temperature at Hewanorra Airport is 27°C or 81°F.
Last night’s minimum temperature at Hewanorra Airport was 25°C or 77°F.
Wind at Hewanorra Airport is blowing from the east at 23 mph or 37 km/h.
Rainfall in the 24-hour period that ended at 8:00 pm last night:
At Hewanorra Airport: 10.6 mm.
Total rainfall for the month of November so far:
At Hewanorra Airport: 166.6 mm.
Sunset today: 5:32 pm Sunrise tomorrow: 6:08 am
FORECAST FOR SAINT LUCIA VALID FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS
Winds will be blowing from the east near 20 mph or 31 km/h.
Weather: Partly cloudy and breezy, becoming cloudy at times with scattered showers, a few of which may be heavy, and a chance of isolated thunderstorms.
Residents and motorists in areas prone to flooding and landslides are advised to remain vigilant.
MARINE FORECAST FOR SEAS IN A 25 MILE OR 40 KM RADIUS FROM SAINT LUCIA
Tides for Castries Harbour: Low at 8:50 am…High at 3:20 pm.
Tides for Vieux Fort Bay: Low at 10:17 am…High at 4:27 pm.
Seas: Locally rough with waves and northeasterly to easterly swells 6 to 8 feet or 1.8 to 2.4 metres.
Small craft operators and sea bathers are advised to exercise caution due to brisk winds and rough seas.
FORECAST FOR THE LESSER ANTILLES
Partly cloudy to cloudy and breezy with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms, mainly over the southern Windward Islands and areas further south. Elsewhere, partly cloudy to cloudy and breezy with a few scattered showers.
TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
Moisture and instability associated with a trough system, will continue to generate periods of cloudiness, scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms over the southern portion of the Lesser Antilles, during the forecast period.
The Atlantic High Pressure System will continue to generate moderate to brisk easterly winds and locally rough seas across the Eastern Caribbean region, for the next few days.
Tropical cyclone formation is not expected over the Tropical Atlantic during the next five days.