An overcast day on Montserrat today; a 60% chance of passing morning and early afternoon showers with the chance of showers decreasing thereafter.

Remember, the weather is subject to change at a moment’s notice – Stay ahead! Events such as flash floods can occur with little or no warning if there’s prolonged rain, rain showers in the higher elevations and the soil already saturated!

Today’s National Weather Forecast for Friday, January 15, 2021, is below:

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Mariners should exercise caution for Gusty Winds!

Seas: Moderate waves, taking a more pronounced long form; many white horses (white caps) are formed – a chance of some spray; Wave heights up to 5.4 feet during the daytime and up to 5.6 feet in the evening!

Winds: Rather Breezy in Fresh to strong Easterly winds (16 to 22 knots) during the day and tonight 17 to 24 knots and gusty at times!

Remember, Think about boat safety and plan your trip before you go. Knowledge and planning reduce the risks and increase the fun. Always tell someone where you’ll be going, when you expect to be back, and what your boat looks like. Keep in mind that there might not be cell phone coverage where you are heading!

Today’s Marine Forecast for Seas Around Montserrat for Friday, January 15, 2021, is below:

Image may contain: ocean, sky, outdoor, nature and water, text that says 'T t DAILY MARINE FORECAST REPORT Friday, January 15, 2021 7AM Seas.. Winds.. Skies.. 6PM are 1.7M. 5‘4" are Easterly @ 16to 22 are Cloudy.. 1.8M. or 5'6" High. E. E.17to24KT. KT. 24 Note: The forecasted outlook is for Gusty Winds and moderately rough seas, especially on the Eastern and North-eastern side the island. Mariners, should exercise CAUTION, for Gusty Winds. The Northerly to Northeasterly Seas that have been with us for the past few days will turn more Easterly. Prepared by Captain John Howes'

Bulletin No.14 on the La Soufriere Volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines issued by the National Emergency Management Organisation, NEMO on Thursday, January 14, 2021, at 8 pm

.La Soufriere Volcano remains at Alert level ORANGE and the volcano continues to exude magma on the surface and the dome continues to grow within the crater of La Soufriere!

Scientists from the Montserrat Volcano Observatory (MVO) have commenced gas sampling from the dome. Dr Thomas Christopher and Dr Adam Stinton got a first- hand view of the volcano and were able to take thermal images of heat distribution, gas emission and dimension measurement of the new dome.

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Photo Courtesy: UWISeismic Research

No evacuation order or notice has been issued for residents living in areas close to the La Soufriere volcano!

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Bulletin No.13 on the La Soufriere Volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines issued by the National Emergency Management Organisation, NEMO on Wednesday, January 13, 2021, at 8 pm.

La Soufriere Volcano remains at Alert level ORANGE and the volcano continues to exude magma on the surface and the dome continues to grow within the crater of La Soufriere!

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Dome at La Soufriere in St Vincent and the Grenadines

Dr. Thomas Christopher and Dr. Adam Stinton, two scientists from the Seismic Research Centre (SRC) based at the Montserrat Volcano Observatory (MVO) arrived in St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Wednesday on board the Regional Security Services (RSS) Aircraft. Their main mission will be to gather data from the dome and crater through temperature and photogrammetry and gas measurements using a MultiGAS and spectrometer.

No evacuation order or notice has been issued for residents living in areas close to the La Soufriere volcano!

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Marine Forecast for Seas Around Montserrat – Thursday, November 26, 2020

Seas: Small waves with breaking crest, fairly frequent white horses (whitecaps) – wave heights up to 1.2 meters or 3.9 feet during the daytime and up to 1.3 meters or 4.2 feet in the evening.

Winds: North-easterly, moderate to fresh winds; 11 to 19 knots during the day and in the evening North East @12 to 21 knots.

Weather: Sunny Remember, the weather is subject to change at a moment’s notice – Stay ahead!

Today’s National Weather Forecast – Thursday, November 26, 2020

Partly sunny skies in general with a 20% chance of a brief passing shower today!

Tonight: Mostly fair and cool conditions!

Winds: East-northeast at 6 to 12 knots becoming lighter and variable overnight.

Remember, the weather is subject to change at a moment’s notice – Stay ahead! Events such as flash floods can occur with little or no warning if there’s prolonged rain, rain showers in the higher elevations and the soil already saturated.

Today’s National Weather Forecast – Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Today, partly sunny skies in general with a 20% chance of a brief afternoon shower!

Tonight: Mostly fair and cool conditions!

Winds: East-northeast at 6 to 12 knots becoming light and variable or even calm overnight.

Remember, the weather is subject to change at a moment’s notice – Stay ahead! Events such as flash floods can occur with little or no warning if there’s prolonged rain, rain showers in the higher elevations and the soil already saturated.

Marine Forecast for Seas Around Montserrat – Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Seas: Small waves with breaking crest, fairly frequent white horses (whitecaps) – wave heights up to 1.3 meters or 4.2 feet during the daytime and up to 1.3 meters or 4.2 feet in the evening.

Winds: Easterly, moderate to fresh winds; 14 to 20 knots during the day and in the evening East @15 to 21 knots.

Weather: Sunny

Remember, the weather is subject to change at a moment’s notice – Stay ahead!

Today’s National Weather Forecast – Sunday November 22, 2020

Partly cloudy and hazy with a 40% chance of showers!

Tonight: Partly cloudy and hazy with a 40% chance of showers.

Winds: East at 19 to 33 km/h or 10 to 18 knots, with gusts up to 52km/h or 28 knots!

Dont’ forget a Small Craft Advisory remains in effect for Montserrat today Sunday; inexperienced mariners, especially those operating smaller vessels should avoid navigating in these conditions!

Remember, the weather is subject to change at a moment’s notice – Stay ahead! Events such as flash floods can occur with little or no warning if there’s prolonged rain, rain showers in the higher elevations and the soil already saturated.