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AWCA82 TJSJ 170015

Weather Summary for the U.S. Virgin Islands
National Weather Service San Juan PR
815 PM AST Mon Oct 16 2017

Variably to mostly cloudy skies prevailed across the islands
today. Showers and thunderstorms affected the U.S. Virgin Islands
during the morning and afternoon hours with Flood Advisories
emitted throughout the day. Winds were mainly from the Southeast
at 10-15 mph.

A moist and unstable air mass will continue to produce showers
and isolated thunderstorms across the local waters and portions of
the US Virgin Islands this evening and overnight. On Tuesday,
showers and thunderstorms are once again expected to develop
across the local waters and parts of the islands, and may result
in additional urban and small stream flooding. Ponding of water
along roadways, reduced visibilities, lightning and brief gusty
winds can be expected in and around the showers and thunderstorms.

Across the local waters...mariners can expect seas up to 8 feet
and winds up to 20 knots over the offshore waters and Anegada
Passage. Seas up to 5 feet and winds of 15-20 knots can be
expected elsewhere. Small Craft Advisories are in effect. A high
rip current risk is in effect for several beaches of St Croix.


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