Issued at: 7am Wednesday, 16th March 2022
Present Weather: Cloudy skies
Winds: A fresh breeze of 18mph from the Northeast
Temperature: 24°C / 76°F Humidity: 72%
Sea Level Pressure: 1018.3mbs or 30.07″
Sunrise: Tom 6:19am Sunset: Today 6:21pm
Weather Forecast Valid until 8 am Tomorrow.
Winds: East 12 to 24 mph and gusting to 35 mph.
Seas: 1.5 – 3.1m or 5 – 10ft. High Surf Advisory is in effect as stated below.
Locations to be affected:Reefs and exposed eastern coastlines with relatively shallow, gently to moderately
sloping, nearshore areas.
Timing: Until Thursday.
Moderate long period swells are reaching the area and are affecting eastern coastlines. The threat level to the life,
livelihood, property and infrastructure of those using the affected coastlines is moderate, with the potential for
significant impacts. These swells are expected to cause life-threatening surfs and rip currents for affected coastlines. A
high surf advisory means that dangerous surfs of 2 to 3 metres or 6 to 10 feet will affect some coastlines in the
advisory area, producing hazardous conditions.
Weather Forecast for St. Kitts & Nevis: Partly cloudy with a 40 percent or moderate
chance of showers.
Weather tonight: Partly cloudy with a 20 percent or slight chance of showers.
Eastern Caribbean Forecast: A broad area of high pressure will generate a moderate to fresh easterly
wind flow across the region. Few passing showers could also develop. Weather conditions over the Virgin
Islands and Leeward islands will be partly cloudy with a moderate chance of showers for today and a slight
chance of showers for tonight. Weather conditions over the Windward islands will be partly cloudy with a
moderate chance of showers. Puerto Rico will be partly cloudy with a moderate chance of showers.