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Weather Forecast for Bonaire and Curaçao valid until Monday evening 18:00 l.t., September 15, 2014.

Issued:
Sunday September 14, 2014. 17:00 l.t. (21:00 UTC).

Weather:
Remainder of today through tonight: Partly cloudy and dry.
Monday: Generally partly cloudy skies and a chance of a local shower.

Forecast high will be 33ºC and low will be 27ºC.
Sunrise will occur at 06:25 and sunset at 18:37 hours.

Winds:
Easterly and gentle to fresh; force 3 to 5 ( 12 to 39 km/hr, 7 to 21 knots). A few occasional gusts to possibly strong; force 6 (40 to 50 km/hour, 22 to 27 knots).

Synopsis:
An atmospheric ambient with slight potential for clouds development meanders over the Eastern Caribbean and also across the regional area. Possible showers could still occur over parts of the local islands through tomorrow morning, but will diminish gradually for the remainder of the week. Otherwise, a generally moderate wind will continue to result in a rather relaxed seas throughout most of the upcoming work week.

Sea conditions:
Generally moderate with wave heights in the range of 2 and 5 feet.

Significant tropical weather systems:
Hurricane Edouard moves west northwest while moving into the western Atlantic Ocean. The hurricane is expected to stay out to sea and is no threat to the islands in the Caribbean.

Special features:
None.

Outlook until Tuesday evening:
Fair weather skies and showers, if any, will be of an insignificant intensity.

Forecaster:
Coffie

The next weather forecast will be issued Monday at 05:00 l.t. (09:00 UTC).