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Weather Summary for the U.S. Virgin Islands
National Weather Service San Juan PR
632 PM AST Sun Feb 23 2020

Skies were mostly sunny across the U.S. Virgin Islands. A few
showers were noted in the early morning hour south of Saint Croix
but were very light. Southwesterly winds were gentle and mostly
below 10 mph, but it was enough to keep the high temperatures
contained to the mid 80s.

A cold front is slowly advancing toward the area, but will likely
not bring much rain to the islands and that rain will only begin
late tonight or during the morning hours in Saint Thomas and Saint
John. Isolated showers are possible later in the afternoon on
Monday in Saint Croix. Winds will continue to be light and
somewhat variable, but flow is expected to be mostly from the east
on Monday. Lows tonight will range from the mid 60s to the lower

A northerly swell will gradually increase seas tonight across the
Atlantic waters and passages. Small craft advisories are in
effect for the Mona Passage and all of the Atlantic waters for
seas of 6 to 8 feet. Seas will build to 8 to 10 feet in the outer
Atlantic waters Monday and hazardous seas will also affect the
Anegada Passage by Monday morning. There is a high risk of rip
currents for the northwest beaches of Saint Thomas tonight through
Monday night. A moderate risk of rip currents will be found on
the northern beaches of Saint John and will spread around Saint
Croix tonight and Monday and continue into the week.


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