There have been no measurements of the SO2 flux since 13 December.
Pyroclastic flows can occur at any time without warning on any side of the volcano, including Gages from where they can travel rapidly into Plymouth. Tracks across the Belham Valley can be destroyed or heavily modified by flash flooding or lahars, and caution should be exercised crossing the valley during and after rainfall.
The Hazard Level is 1. There is no public access to Zone V, including Plymouth. Maritime Zones E and W are daytime transit only between sunrise and sunset (boats may sail through the zone but must not stop). Anyone who ignores these restrictions is liable to be prosecuted.
TODAY: Sunny to partly sunny with a low or 30% chance of showers.
TONIGHT: Fair to partly cloudy with the chance of showers remaining low.
WINDS: ENE at 15-28 km/h or 08-15kts..
SEAS: Moderate heights 1.5-1.8m or 5-6ft. Small craft operators and sea bathers should continue to exercise caution in the coastal waters east of islands..
ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE: Above normal..
SYNOPSIS: A high pressure system will continue to be the dominant feature across area keeping the atmosphere relatively dry and stable. However, brief interruptions of odd showers are possible as shallow pockets of moisture caught in the trade wind flow traverse the area.
WEATHER TODAY: Partly sunny with a 20 percent or slight chance of showers.
WEATHER TONIGHT: Fair to partly cloudy with a 40 percent or moderate chance of showers mainly after midnight.
SPECIAL WARNINGS: Cautions remain in effect for small craft operators and beachgoers particularly on the Atlantic side of the islands.
WINDS: East-northeasterly ranging between 13 to 26 km/h or 7 to 14 knots with higher gusts over open waters.
SEAS: Moderate with wave heights 1.2 to 1.8 meters or 4 to 6 feet and occasionally reaching 2.1 meters or 7 feet. Cautions remain in effect for small craft operators and beachgoers particularly on the Atlantic side of the islands.
SUNSET TODAY: 5:42 pm. SUNRISE TOMORROW: 6:33 am.
TODAY'S HIGH TEMPERATURE: 32°C 90°F
OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURE: 24°C 75°
SOURCE: Antigua and Barbuda Meteorological Services
SYNOPSIS: Stable conditions are expected to prevail across the islands today; however, low level pockets of moisture and clouds moving across the area could trigger some showers over and around the islands.
WEATHER TODAY: Fair to partly cloudy with moderate chance of showers.
WEATHER TONIGHT: Partly cloudy with a low chance of showers.
WINDS: East-northeast at 11 to 22 km/h or 6 to 12 knots.
SEAS: Moderate heights of 1.2 to 1.8 m or 4 to 6 feet. Small craft operators and sea bathers should continue to exercise caution.
SUNSET TODAY: 5:41 pm. SUNRISE TOMORROW: 6:32 am.
SYNOPSIS: A dominant western Atlantic high pressure system will continue to generate a moderate windflow over the Leewards and BVI today and tonight. While no significant weather is expected, these winds are expected to push shallow clouds and pockets of moisture over the Leewards and BVI today and tonight
WEATHER: Today: Partly cloudy with brief periods of increased cloudinessand a moderate chance of a passing shower
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy in general with brief periods of increased cloudiness and a moderate chance of a passing shower
WINDS: East-northeasterly at average speeds between 19-24 km/h or 10-13knots with higher spells over coastal waters and elevated terrain.
SEAS: Moderate: Heights of 1.8m or 6ft ; Small craft operators should exercise caution against marginally safe seas.