Barbados may experience sunny weather on 4 Jan

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Barbados Weather: The residents of Barbados may likely experience sunny weather after a few light morning showers stated by Barbados Meteorological Service on Thursday, 4 January 2024.

Weather from 6:00 am

Winds Forecast: As per the information, Winds are forecasted to be moderate in easterly breeze from 30 to 35 km/h (19 to 22 mph).

Marine Forecast: Seas are detected to be moderate in open water with swells ranging from 1.5 tons to 2.0 metres (5 to 7 ft) and increasing stated by Barbados Meteorological Service.

Dust-haze Forecast: As per Barbados no significant dust haze is likely to be experienced across the region of Barbados.

Synopsis: A ridge pattern is dominant.

Weather after 6:00 pm

Winds Forecast: Winds are likely to be moderate in easterly breeze from 30 to 35 km/h (19 to 22 mph), stated the source.

Marine Forecast: Seas are anticipated to be moderate in open water with swells ranging from 1.5 to 2.0 metres (5 to 7 ft) and steady.

Forecasting of Tides, Sunrise and Sunset:

  • The first high tides in the nation are likely to appear at 9:43 am.
  • The residents can experience the second high tide by 22:20 pm.
  • The first low tide is likely to occur at 3:04 am.
  • The second low tide is likely to be witnessed by the residents at 16:13 pm.
  • The sun may rise at around 6:21 am.
  • The sunset may likely be experienced by people at 17:45 pm.

Overall Caribbean Weather

Eastern Caribbean: Under the influence of a surface to low-level ridge pattern conditions remained mostly fair across Barbados, the Windwards and the Guyana overnight. A few isolated showers were noticed across the islands towards daybreak however rainfall accumulations were minimal.

Further north a trough kept skies occasionally cloudy over the Leeward with intermittent light to moderate showers. Winds across the region were generally light to moderate peaking at 17 knots in St Lucia while gusting up to 25 knots in Barbados near a shower. The sea’s condition was slight to moderate in open water, with swells peaking near 1.5 m.

Western Caribbean: A shearline continued generating showers and, to a lesser extent, Jamaica throughout the night. Otherwise, the ridge was dominant, providing the islands with generally fair-weather conditions.

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