February 14, 2018153Views

14th February 2018 – Synopsis: Despite the fact that the high-pressure system has slightly weakened, it will still maintain relatively high winds and rough seas over and around the islands today and tonight. However, lack of atmospheric moisture will result in a noticeable reduction in shower activity during that time.

Wx: Partly sunny skies today and fair to partly cloudy skies tonight with a moderate chance of brief passing showers mainly during the morning.

Winds: ENE at 22-37km/h or 12-20kts with higher gusts over open waters..

Seas: Rough, swells 2.4-3.1m or 8-10ft. Warnings remain in place for small craft operators and sea bathers against hazardous sea conditions..

Sunset today:  6:19 pm.

Sunrise tomorrow:  6:46 am.

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