June 29, 2022: As you can see by the predicted path and predicted wind field of the storm currently off the Venezuelan coast is well to our south, on the southern coast of Nicaragua. Any effects we get will be mild.
Today we awoke to more clouds than we’ve been used to. Expect a partly cloudy day with rain chances increasing into the evening and overnight. Winds will continue moderate, out of the east around 15 mph and seas at 2 feet (.6 meters). Tomorrow our rain chance will be a little lower, perhaps 30 percent and Saturday looks dry right now. Sunday evening we may get some moisture from the tropical system, giving us some scattered showers Sunday evening into Monday.
As you can see in the US GFS model, the wave of moisture from what could be TS Bonnie might pull a little moisture over us Sunday evening. This is far from a sure thing, though, and depends on the exact track of the storm.