Barbados may experience mixture of sunshine and cloudy weather

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Barbados weather: The people of Barbados may experience a mixture of sunshine and clouds along with the occasional brief scattered light showers on Tuesday, 2 January 2024.

Weather from 6:00 am

Winds Forecast: Winds are forecasted to be gentle in easterly to the east-southeasterly breeze from 30 to 30 km/h (19 and 12 mph) and decreasing.

Marine Forecast: Seas are detected to be smooth to moderate in open water with swells ranging from 1.0 to 1.5 metres (3 to 5 ft) and increasing.

Dust-haze Forecast: No significant dust haze has been forecasted across the region.

Synopsis: A weak surface to low-level through is affecting the island.

Weather after 6:00 pm

Winds Forecast: Winds are detected to be gentle in easterly breeze from 20 to 30 km/h (12 to 19 mph) and increasing.

Marine Forecast: Seas are detected to be smooth to moderate in open water with swells ranging from 1.0 to 1.5 metres (3 to 5 ft) and increasing.

Tides, Sunrise and Sunset:

  • The first high tide may likely to occur at 8:17 am.
  • The second high tide may appear at 20:01 pm.
  • The first low tide is likely to appear at 1:40 am.
  • The second low tide may occur at 13:58 pm.
  • Sunrise at 6:21 am.
  • Sunset at 17:43 pm.

Overall Caribbean Weather

Eastern Caribbean: A low-level trough system produced occasional light to moderate showers across Barbados and the eastern Caribbean overnight. The maximum rainfall was 3.4 mm in Christ Church, while the total across the remainder of the island ranged from 0 to 0.4 mm. The eastern portion of Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago were under the influence of a ridge pattern compared to the remainder of Guyana, which saw rainy conditions as a trough affected that area.

Winds across the region were generally light, peaking at 12 knots at Christ Church. Seas conditions were slight to moderate in open water, with swells peaking near 1.5 m.

Western Caribbean: A weak shear line ensured cloudy skies were maintained across the Bahamas, which brought a few showers. Perturbations within the flow allowed for cloudy skies and some showers across the Greater Antilles.

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