Barbados Weather forecast for Dec 24, 2023

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Barbados Weather: The people of Barbados may experience partly sunny weather along with brief isolated light showers from 6:00 am and may witness mix of clear skies and clouds around 6:00 pm on 24 December 2023.

Weather from 6:00 am

Haze Outlook: A plume of thick dust haze will significantly reduce visibility across the island and marine area.

Wind Forecast: Winds are forecasted to be gentle in easterly to east-south easterly breeze from 20 to 30km/h (12 to 19 mph).

Marine Forecast: Seas are detected to be smooth to moderate in open water with swells ranging from 1.0 to 2.0 metres (3 to 7 ft.) and increasing.

Synopsis: A ridge pattern is the dominant feature across the island.

Weather after 6:00 pm

Haze Outlook: A layer of slight dust haze will be visible across the island.

Wind Forecast: Winds will remain gentle in easterly to east-southeasterly breeze at around 20 km/h (12 mph) and decreasing.

Marine Forecast: Seas will remain smooth to moderate in open water with swells ranging from 1.0 to 2.0 metres (3 to 7 ft).

Synopsis: A ridge pattern will be the dominant feature across the island.

Tides, Sunrise and Sunset:

  • The first high tide is likely to occur at 2:18 am.
  • The second high tide may appear at 1:32 pm.
  • The first low tide is likely to appear at 7:18 am.
  • The second low tide may occur at 8:34 pm
  • Sunrise at 6:17 am.
  • Sunset at 5:38 pm.

Moreover, the residents of Barbados witnessed a mixture of sunshine and clouds with a few scattered lights on Saturday, 23 December 2023.

Overall summary of Caribbean weather:

Eastern Caribbean- Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago and the windwards were under the influence of a ridge pattern where clear to partly cloudy skies and light shower activity was recorded.

Whereas, the leeward were under the influence of a weaker ridge where they had a few scattered showers.

The Guyana had contrasting activity throughout the night. Guyana had periods of cloudiness and towards daybreak were impacted by fog and mist whilst Suriname had partly cloudy conditions.

Winds across the region were generally light peaking at 12 knots in Grenada while reaching a maximum of knots across Barbados.

Western Caribbean- A ridge pattern was the dominant feature across the western Caribbean.

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