Friday 26 until Saturday 27 May 2017
Partly cloudy and occasional showers
Partly cloudy and occasional showers. High temperatures will be around 31°C, low temperatures around 26°C. The wind is easterly and moderate to fresh, 4-5 Bft.
Issued: 26/05/2017 11:27 UTC
|May 26, 2017||May 27, 2017||May 28, 2017||May 29, 2017||May 30, 2017||May 31, 2017|
|Wind||E 4||E 4||E 4||E 4||E 5||E 5|
Weather Forecast for Curaçao and surroundings valid until Saturday morning 6:00 l.t., May 27, 2017.
Friday May 26, 2017 05:00 l.t. (09:00 UTC).
Generally partly cloudy with no significant precipitation. Forecast high will be 32 ºC, and the low will be 27 ºC. Sunrise will occur at 06:10 and sunset at 18:56.
Easterly and fresh to strong; force 5 to 6 (40 to 50 km/hr, 17 to 27 knots). Mainly during the day, an occasional gust to near gale; force 7 (51 to 61 km/hr, 28 to 33 knots). Gradually diminishing winds on Friday and to continue hereafter.
A broad surface high pressure system continues across the Central Atlantic and weakens a little in time to come. Saharan dust will linger over the regional area onto the end of this work week, meanwhile a fair weather is foreseen to persist through the upcoming weekend. This happening will followed by a relatively more rainy weather during the start of next week.
Moderate to fairly rough with wave heights between 1.5 and 2.5 meters (5 to 8 feet). Somewhat higher over the exposed waters. Boaters and other sea related activities should stay cautious throughout today.
Outlook until Sunday morning:
Partly cloudy in general and the wind force will continue to fall.
The next weather forecast will be issued on Friday at 11:00 l.t. (15:00 UTC).
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