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Weather Summary for the U.S. Virgin Islands
National Weather Service San Juan PR
511 PM AST Thu May 24 2018

Mostly sunny skies and fair weather prevailed over and around the
U.S. Virgin Islands today. A few clouds and afternoon showers briefly
developed over some of the islands but quickly streamed westward leaving
little or no accumulations. Winds were from the east to southeast around
15 mph with occasionally higher gust. Daytime high temperatures were
in the mid to high 80s along coastal areas.

Mostly clear skies and overall fair weather conditions are expected
to continue overnight through Friday. However, during the afternoon
hours, a few clouds and showers may develop and stream westward across
the islands. No significant rainfall accumulations is expected with
these showers. Daytime high temperatures will be in the mid to high
80s. Winds will continue from the east southeast around 15 mph with
occasionally higher gusts during the day.

Across the regional waters, choppy seas up to 6 feet will continue
mainly across the Atlantic waters and northern portions of the
Anegada Passage. Therefore, Small craft operators are urge to
exercise caution across these waters. Seas of 5 feet or less are
expected across the rest of the local waters. There is a moderate
risk of rip currents across the north and east facing beaches of
Saint Croix.


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