Weather Bulletin issued by the Vanuatu Meteorology and Geo-Hazards Department, Port Vila at 1:00 am Saturday, March 25, 2017
Synoptic Chart (241200Z).
A trough of low pressure extends near western Vanuatu while another trough further east of Vanuatu.
Latest satellite (IR) imagery including a six-hour loop indicates few, scattered to broken low and mid-level clouds about the group. Latest METAR and Synoptic observations correlate with the imagery.
The trough mentioned above will continue to move southward until Tuesday next week. The trough system will intensify by Tuesday and is expected to remain about eastern Vanuatu until Saturday next week.
Outlook for the next 7 days.
Cloudy to partly cloudy with possible showers about Torba while partly cloudy to fine weather elsewhere. Similar conditions is expected for tomorrow. Isolated showers about the group on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next week. Partly cloudy with isolated showers about the group. Maximum temperature range from 30oC down south to 33oC up north. Minimum temperature range from 20oC down south to 25oC up north.