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AWCA82 TJSJ 252007
RWSVI

Weather Summary for the U.S. Virgin Islands
National Weather Service San Juan PR
407 PM AST Sun Jun 25 2017

Clear to partly cloudy skies prevailed across the U.S. Virgin
Islands this afternoon. Doppler radar indicated only few isolated
showers mostly across the surrounding waters. However, not
significant precipitation was observed over land areas so far
this afternoon. Winds were generally from the east southeast at
10 to 15 mph with some higher gusts and the maximum temperatures
were mostly in the upper 80s.

A tropical wave across the eastern Caribbean this afternoon will
continue to move rapidly westward mostly across the Caribbean
waters tonight and Monday. The moisture associated with the
northern portion of the wave will move across the local islands
tonight into Monday morning. This feature will induce the
development of showers and thunderstorms across the Caribbean
Waters and portions of the local islands. In the wake of the
tropical wave, dry air mass with Saharan Dust will spread over the
region tomorrow afternoon.

Across the regional waters, mariners can expect seas of 3 to 5
feet and east winds between 10 and 15 knots. There is a moderate
risk of rip currents across the north and east coasts of Saint
Croix.

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