Storm Humberto lashes hurricane-battered BahamasWorld
Tropical Storm Humberto lashed already devastated parts of the Bahamas with heavy rain and strong winds.
It will be rather cloudy in general to end the day, with some heavy showers merging to longer spells of rain at times. Light, variable or southeast winds will become moderate and westerly early this evening.
The rain will gradually die away later this evening and it will become mostly dry overnight with some clear spells. A few patches of mist or fog may develop later in the night. Lowest temperatures of 5 to 9 degrees, with light southwest or southerly winds backing to the southeast around dawn.
Tomorrow, Monday will be mostly dry to start, but cloud will increase from the west and rain will develop during the morning. The rain will be persistent in the afternoon with a few heavier bursts possible, before clearing to scattered showers in the evening. A windy day, with southeast winds freshening with the arrival of the rain, before easing again in the evening. Highest temperatures of 16 to 19 degrees.
Heavy showery rain will clear the east of the country later this evening, and tonight will be mainly dry and clear with light winds and shallow fog patches for a time. Later in the night cloud will increase, southeasterly winds strengthen and rain will develop in west Munster by morning. Lowest temperatures of 5 to 10 degrees.
Becoming wet and windy on Monday as rain extends to all parts of the country during the morning. Brighter and drier weather will follow in the afternoon with just a few showers. Maximum temperatures 16 to 20 degrees. Fresh to strong southeast winds will veer southerly and moderate with the clearance.
Summary: Unsettled weather for the rest of the week, with above average rainfall in most parts. Temperatures will be around normal, or a little above. Monday night: Rain will continue to clear northeastwards and most areas will become dry. Lowest temperatures of 6 to 10 degrees, in mostly moderate southerly breezes. Tuesday: Dry and bright in most areas at first. Rain in the southwest will gradually become more widespread during the day and may turn heavy in the south. Maximum temperatures 15 to 19 degrees. Windy for a time on south coasts with strong southwest winds, but otherwise winds will be mostly light. Tuesday night: Becoming mainly dry with lowest temperatures of 10 to 14 degrees. Wednesday: Dry in many areas, with some sunshine breaking through. Rain is likely to develop in the west later in the day. Maximum temperatures 16 to 19 degrees, in mostly light south to southwest winds, freshening as the rain arrives. It looks like there will be more rain on Wednesday night. The further outlook is for ongoing unsettled weather.
Heavy rain will continue for a time tonight, bringing a risk of spot flooding.
Issued: 22 September 2019 20:32
Validity: 22 September 2019 20:00 to 22 September 2019 23:59
Southeast winds will reach force 6 or higher on all coasts during Monday.
Issued: 22 September 2019 17:00
West-Southwest, 4 Knots, Recent drizzle, 18 Miles, 999, Steady
Southeast, 9 Knots, Cloudy, 16 Miles, 999, Steady
West, 12 Knots, Wave ht: 1.7 m, The visibility at Tuskar is greater than 10 Miles, 1001, Rising
Northwest, 13 Knots, Cloudy, 18 Miles, 1001, Rising slowly
West, 14 Knots, Fair, 21 Miles, 1003, Rising slowly
West, 8 Knots, Fair, 14 Miles, 1002, Rising slowly
West, 15 Knots, Fair, 16 Miles, 1001, Rising slowly
West, 9 Knots, Cloudy, 15 Miles, 1000, Rising slowly
South-Southeast, 11 Knots, Wave height not available, 999, Steady
West-Southwest, 10 Knots, Wave height not available, 1003, Rising slowly
West, 13 Knots, Wave height not available, 999, Rising slowly
Southwest, 10 Knots, Wave ht: 2.3 m, 999, Steady
Sea Area Forecast until 1800 Monday 23 September 2019. Issued at 1800 Sunday 22 September 2019.
Meteorological Situation at 1500: A frontal trough over Ireland will soon clear northwards and a westerly airflow will become established.
Wind: West to southwest force 3 to 4, but mainly southeast at first between Malin Head and Howth Head and in the north Irish Sea. Gradually backing southeast on Monday and increasing force 6 to 7.
Weather: Rain clearing.
Visibility: Improving to good everywhere overnight.
Outlook for a further 24 hours until 1800 Tuesday 24 September 2019: Southerly winds will moderate Monday night but will strengthen again along the Munster coast during Tuesday.