Synopsis: The Atlantic high pressure system is the dominant feature.
Forecast: Fair to partly cloudy and breezy with a few brief isolated showers. Wind: E - ENE at 20 to 40 km/h. Seas: Moderate in open water with swells from 1.5m to 2.0m.
Eastern Caribbean Outlook Tonight: Weak surface to low level confluence is expected to maintain occasionally cloudy skies and scattered showers mainly over the Leeward islands. Meanwhile, a westward moving surface to low level trough embedded within the equatorial moisture field is expected to generate similar conditions across the extreme southern Windwards towards midnight. Elsewhere, across Barbados and the remainder of the island chain, the Atlantic high pressure system will be the dominant feature and mostly fair weather conditions are predicted. Monday: As the previous mentioned trough continues it westward progression, weather conditions similar to the extreme southern Windwards will gradually begin to spread across Barbados and the rest of the Windwards as the day progresses. Meanwhile, a low level trough is expected to develop across the Leewards and extreme northern Windwards. This feature in combination with surface to low level confluence will generate occasionally cloudy skies and scattered showers towards nightfall.