Guadeloupe has been under the yellow vigil since noon. Météo France forecasts strong winds and deteriorating marine conditions.
Midday Awakening Bulletin:
Between Tropical Wave (Possible Tropical Cyclone #2) spreading over the southern Caribbean arc and the Azores anticyclone, the flow of trade winds will remain sustainable for the next couple of days.
Moderate to moderately strong northeasterly northeast winds blow over Guadeloupe. Winds of up to 70 km/h are expected on the plain. It can reach 80 to 90 km/h on the hills and at altitudes of the Basse Terre.
A significant improvement in winds is expected late Wednesday afternoon around 6 p.m.
Areas involved: Marie Galante East, La Desirade, and East Grande Terre
A heavy sea is clouding this evening (around 9pm local time) with bottoms of about 3m to 3m 30m from the east and southeast swells in the above areas causing unusual waves.
Some localized immersion can be observed in the lower areas of the coast. Docking of boats will be requested.
An improvement in sea conditions is expected overnight from Wednesday to Thursday.
We’ve already hit 60 km/h gusts in Marie-Galante and La Desirade and 75 km/h in Pointe-Noire this morning.
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