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AWCA82 TJSJ 100904
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Weather Summary for the U.S. Virgin Islands
National Weather Service San Juan PR
504 AM AST Sat Dec 10 2016

Partly to variably cloudy skies were observed across the local
islands during the overnight and early morning hours. A few
passing showers moved inland over portions of Saint John and Saint
Thomas, leaving minor rainfall accumulations. Shower activity was
also noted mainly over nearshore and offshore waters of the
Atlantic as low level moisture continued to move across the
region. Overnight low temperatures ranged from mid to upper 70s.
The winds were light and variable over land areas.

For the rest of the morning, passing showers will continue to
move over the islands, but will quickly dissipate. By late
morning, shower activity should diminish and mostly fair weather
conditions is expected to dominate the local islands for most of
the day. However, showers embedded in the trade winds may
occasionally move over the islands...especially during the late
afternoon hours.

Mariners can expect seas generally up to 5 feet and easterly
winds at up to 15 knots across the regional waters. There is a
moderate risk of rip currents across various Atlantic and
Caribbean facing beaches of Saint Thomas, Saint John and Saint
Croix.

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