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AWCA82 TJSJ 222113

Weather Summary for the U.S. Virgin Islands
National Weather Service San Juan PR
513 PM AST Mon Jan 22 2018

Mostly sunny skies with a few clouds prevailed across the U.S.
Virgin Islands today. Winds were mainly from the east at 15 to 20
mph with higher gusts. Temperatures ranged from the low to mid
80s. For tonight, a band of showers currently affecting the
Leeward islands will reach the USVI and will result mainly in
quick passing showers with gusty winds at times through Tuesday

A high pressure north of the area will continue to result in
trade wind shower activity across the region with a surge of
low level moisture expected through Wednesday. This will result
mainly in passing showers across the islands and diurnally induced
afternoon streamers over and to the west of the islands.

Across the regional waters, seas up to 7 feet will continue
through at least Tuesday. Therefore small craft advisories
continue in effect for the Atlantic waters and the local passages.
A moderate risk of rip currents continues across much of the
northern and southern beaches of the islands.


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