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Tuesday Will Be Mostly Sunny, Hazy, 88°F

Updated 6/6/23 at 12:00 a.m. AST


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Series: “Extreme Weather in the Caribbean”



Happy Tuesday!

Tuesday will be mostly sunny, with a slight chance of isolated showers during the morning hours. Saharan dust will be around the territory, creating hazy conditions. The high temperature will be approximately 88°F, 31.1°C, with winds out of the southeast at about 15 to 18, gusting up to 23 mph. The chance of rain on Tuesday is approximately 10%.

Tuesday night will be mostly clear, along with haze. Isolated showers are possible, primarily before 9 p.m. The low temperature will be around 80°F, 26.6°C, with winds out of the east-southeast at about 13 to 15 mph. The chance of rain on Tuesday night is approximately 10%.

Below: Infrared satellite imagery obtained at 9:40 a.m. AST on Monday indicates mostly clear skies around the USVI and Puerto Rico.


On Tuesday, seas will be 1 to 3 feet, with a swell period of 6 seconds. Winds will be out of the southeast at around 10 to 15 knots.

On Tuesday night, seas will be 1 to 3 feet, with a swell period of 10 seconds. Winds will be out of the east-southeast at approximately 10 to 15 knots.

The water temperature is approximately 83.8°F, 28.8°C.


Rip Currents: The rip current risk is expected to be low across the majority of the region. Regardless, it’s is always important to remain vigilant. Learn about rip current safety in an interview between the NWS and the VI Source here.

Excessive Heat: The heat index is expected to be high on Tuesday. Portions of Puerto Rico will continue to be under an “Excessive Heat Watch.” Be sure to stay hydrated.


Tropical Activity: At this time, the NHC does not expect any significant tropical development over the next seven days. The NHC is, however, monitoring an area of thunderstorms near the Azores islands in Portugal. This system is not expected to experience significant development.

The 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season officially began on Thursday, June 1. Now is the time to prepare for hurricane season.

Days Remaining in the 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season: 177 Days


Sunrise: 5:44 a.m.
Sunset: 6:55 p.m.

Ocean water temperature: 83.8°F, 28.8°C.

UV index today: 10+ out of 10 (EXTREME)

Monday’s high temperature: 88°F, 31.1°C
Monday’s low temperature:  81°F, 27.2°C

Preparation for extreme weather events in the Caribbean, such as earthquakes and tropical cyclones, is essential. Residents and visitors in the USVI are encouraged to stay updated on weather events on the V.I. Source Weather page and sign up for alerts from the National Weather Service and the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency.

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