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AWCA82 TJSJ 250842

Weather Summary for the U.S. Virgin Islands
National Weather Service San Juan PR
442 AM AST Tue Oct 25 2016

Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies were observed across the U.S.
Virgin Islands during the overnight hours. Light trade wind
showers were observed mainly across the surrounding waters.
Temperatures were in the high 70s across coastal areas. The wind
was light from the northeast.

Surface trough and moisture will linger across the region during
the next several days with prevailing winds mainly from the northeast.
Therefore, expect periods of early morning showers focused along
the east coastal sections of the islands. This will be followed
by isolated to scattered shower activity over the coastal waters
and mainly downwind of the islands. Some of the afternoon showers
and be locally heavy at times in isolated spots but no significant
flooding is anticipated across the region. Highs will range from
the mid to high 80s along the coastal areas. Winds will be from
the northeast 5 to 15 mph over land except for local sea breeze

Across the regional waters, mariners can expect seas up to 5 feet
and east to northeast winds up to 15 knots. The rip current risk will
remain low across the islands with the exception of the northeast
corner of St. Thomas and eastern St. Croix were a moderate risk
will prevail Today.


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