Barbados Weather forecast for 6 January, 2024

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Barbados Weather: The residents of Barbados are likely to experience sunny weather and cloudy periods along with the occasional brief isolated light showers, stated by the Barbados Meteorological Service on Saturday, 6 January 2024.

Weather from 6:00 am

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

Marine Forecast: Seas are detected to be moderate in open water with swells ranging from 1.5 to 2.0 metres (5 to 7 ft) and increasing, stated the said source.

Dust-haze Forecast: According to the reports, no significant dust haze is likely to be witnessed across the region of Barbados.

Synopsis: A ridge will be dominant across the island.

Weather after 6:00 pm

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

Marine Forecast: According to the Barbados Meteorological Service, seas are forecasted to be moderate in open water with northerly swells ranging from 1.5 to 2.0 metres (5 to 7 ft) and increasing.

Forecasting of Tides, Sunrise and Sunset:

  • The first hide tide is likely to occur at 11:44 am.
  • The residents may not witness the second high tide.
  • The first low tide is likely to be experienced by the people at 4:57 am.
  • The second low tide may likely appear at 18:22 pm.
  • The sun may rise at 6:22 am.
  • The sunset is likely to be witnessed by people at 17:46 pm.

Overall Caribbean Weather:

Eastern Caribbean- A western Atlantic ridge pattern was the dominant feature across Barbados and the eastern Caribbean throughout the night and through to daybreak. In addition, the mid to upper-level environment over Barbados and the eastern Caribbean remained relatively dry. As a result, mostly fair and cool weather conditions were experienced across the regions. However, at the same time, a few shallow showers over one or two islands across the chain.

Further south over Trinidad and Tobago, a ridge pattern was also the dominant feature, allowing for mostly dry and stable weather conditions. Across Guyana, mostly fair and cool weather conditions were encountered.

Western Caribbean: A deep-layered western Atlantic high-pressure system was the dominant feature across the western Caribbean throughout the day and through to daybreak allowing for mostly dry and stable weather conditions.

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