Meteorologist Ean Wallace tells us the latest on dangerous Irma, which could become a Category 5 Hurricane later this week.

Mostly settled skies this weekend but there will be some showers coming through.

Meteorologist Ean Wallace takes a look at Hurricane Irma's possible path through the islands. 

Dangerous Irma is making its way to the islands while Harvey fades. 

A damp start to Independence Day but brightness is expected in the afternoon.

Meteorologist Ean Wallace says a Tropical Wave is coming through so there will be showers from time to time in the various islands. Meanwhile, Storm Irma could possibly become a Hurricane later on in the week.

The newest storm, Irma, has formed in the Atlantic and Harvey carries on. 

The month of August is coming to a close but there is more rain on the horizon.

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