Cool Weather and Potential Showers as Week Begins

A weak cold front located very close to the local region continues to promote the movement of moisture in and around the territory.  In addition, an upper level trough will move westward over the local area enhancing the potential for shower activity. Conditions will become more stable on Monday and Tuesday as a mid-upper level high pressure develops, and the cold front dissipates.

Across the regional waters, seas will average five feet with east to southeast winds to 10 knots (12 miles per hour).

There is a moderate risk of rip currents for the northwest beaches of St. Thomas through tonight. Elsewhere, the rip current risk is low.

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