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AWCA82 TJSJ 232144

Weather Summary for the U.S. Virgin Islands
National Weather Service San Juan PR
544 PM AST Wed May 23 2018

Mostly sunny skies prevailed over and around the U.S. Virgin Islands
today. A few light afternoon showers developed over some of the islands
but quickly streamed westward leaving little or no accumulations. Winds
were generally from the east to southeast around 15 mph with occasionally
higher gust to around 25 mph. Daytime high temperatures were in the
mid to high 80s along coastal areas.

Mainly clear skies and overall fair weather conditions are expected
to continue overnight and on Thursday. However, during the afternoon
hours, a few locally induced showers may develop and stream westward
across some islands. No significant rainfall accumulations is anticipated
at this time. Daytime high temperatures will be near normal in the mid
to high 80s. Winds will continue from the around 15 mph with occasionally
higher gusts during the day.

Across the regional waters, choppy seas at 4 to 6 feet with occasional
seas up to 8 feet are expected. Small craft operators are urge to
exercise caution across the regional waters. Winds will be from the
east at 10 to 20 knots with occasionally higher gusts. There is a
moderate risk of rip currents across the northern and eastern beaches
of Saint Croix, and a low risk of rip currents elsewhere.


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