A tropical wave is expected to approach the islands this afternoon to affect late tonight into tomorrow.
According to information by the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Meteorological Services – the Model guidance is indicating limited moisture and instability associated with this wave.
The report says a few scattered showers are likely from this afternoon. On Saturday, a shearline will be in the vicinity generating a few showers across the region and a weak ridge pattern will dominate on Sunday and an improvement in conditions is likely then.
The Met Services said hurricane Lorenzo is west of the Southernmost Cabo Verde Islands and is forecast to strengthen and to take a northwest turn later today. This hurricane poses no threat to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
Generally, winds will be blowing from the east north east (ENE) at 5km/h-20km/h becoming calm on occasions. Slight sea conditions (0.5m -1.2m) are forecast into the weekend, becoming moderate (1.5m) on the east coast around Sunday.
“In addition, there will be no significant haze intrusion within this forecast period,” said the Met Services.