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  • wxdavid

    RG Meteorologist

    Hey guys,

    Here is a little weather rundown for the Hero World Challenge in New Providence, Bahamas. Long story short, weather in the Caribbean can change on a dime, but the good news is, rain chances are pretty low and winds won’t be too gusty through the weekend.

    Thursday: Expect a few spotty showers along with a light northeasterly breeze. Winds will be sustained around 15 mph with some gusts to 25 mph, but that won’t be strong enough to greatly impact play. I’m sure these golfers are used to playing in the island breeze. Any delay would be due to a quick heavy downpour or thunderstorm, but there won’t be many of them around today.

    Friday: Similar to Thursday…..Expect a spotty shower with winds from the northeast at 15 mph, occasionally gusting to 25 mph. Just remember, this is the Caribbean, there is normally at least a small chance for rain everyday.

    Saturday: A very isolated shower is possible with east-northeasterly winds of 10-15 mph.

    Sunday: Same deal as Saturday.

    This is a fairly typical day-to-day forecast for the Caribbean. I don’t not anticipate any significant delays, but if a shower manages to move overhead, that is obviously going to cause a short delay.

    Keep Grinding as always!

    David Wolter

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