WEATHER: Today through Monday morning: Partly cloudy with local showers possible.
Forecast High: 33°C / 91°F Forecast Low: 28°C / 82°F
Sunset Today: 6:10 P.M. Sunrise Tomorrow: 6:01 A.M.
SURFACE WINDS: Today through Monday morning: South-southwest to south with a light to gentle breeze of 04 to 10 mph, becoming variable and lighter at times.
SYNOPSIS: A combination of light southerly winds, lingering moisture at the lower levels of the atmosphere and daytime heating may cause local showers during this forecast period. Rough seas are expected to persist until Monday morning as large, long period, northeasterly swells generated by Hurricane Teddy continue to invade regional waters. Small craft operators and sea bathers should continue exercising extreme caution.
STATE OF THE SEA: Moderate to rough WAVES/SWELLS: 6 to 10 feet
- Hurricane Teddy continues to move away from St. Maarten, posing no direct threat to the island.
- At 5:00 am, Tropical Storm Wilfred was located about 1410 miles east-southeast of St. Maarten with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph. Wilfred is not expected to last more than another couple of days and could dissipate as soon as later today. This system poses no threat to St. Maarten.
THE METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT OF ST. MAARTEN WILL CONTINUE TO MONITOR THESE SYSTEMS AND UPDATE THE PUBLIC ACCORDINGLY.
OUTLOOK through Tuesday morning: Fair to partly cloudy with local showers possible.