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Weather Summary for the U.S. Virgin Islands...CORRECTED
National Weather Service San Juan PR
419 AM AST Sun Feb 26 2017

Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies prevailed across the region
overnight. A few passing low level clouds and mainly light showers
moved across the coastal waters and but no significant rainfall
was observed over the land areas so far this morning. Early
morning temperatures were nearing the low to mid 70 along the
coastal areas. Winds over land were light and variable to calm.

Periods of passing showers will continue across the coastal
waters and parts of the islands from time to time at least through
Monday . A small surge of moisture in the trade wind flow will
move from east to west across the region today. This will result
in an increase in the chance for isolated shower development across
some of the islands during the afternoon. Winds will be from the
east at 10 to 15 mph with breezier conditions expected by this
evening as high pressure builds north of the region and the trade
winds increase over the next few days.

Sea conditions will continue to improve today with seas of 5 feet
or less. However increasing trade winds is expected by tonight
and during the beginning of the work week. Winds up to 20 knots
with occasional higher gusts can be then expected with wind
driven seas increasing to 7 feet offshore tonight. Moderate risk
of rip currents is expected today for most of the north facing
beaches.

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