Irene's center getting ready to pass right over st Croix as we speak, lowest pressure 1003-1004 there right now and they are just west of the center with sustained northerly winds around 30mph at some of the northern coast personal weather stations. It looks as though Irene maybe getting bit stronger based on radar with center closing off some. It looks like a nasty night in Puerto Rico tonight as Irene's center looks to pass over the southern coast of that island. Side note models back to the east on latest runs, but I expect more of this for next 24-48 hours as I am still concerned that that trough does not look overly deep and not so sure about a hard turn north but time will tell FL to Carolina's need to watch closely.... http://tropic.ssec.wisc.edu/real-time/dl...zoom=&time=
Christiansted Harbor, Virgin Islands (CHSV3) has winds out of north at 29 gusts to 37mph with pressure down to 1002 mb. This station is located on northeast side of island of St Croix.
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