Synopsis: The trailing end of a frontal trough combined with an already unstable atmosphere and available low level moisture will keep the chances for cloudiness and shower activity relatively high during the next 24 hours.
Wx: Partly cloudy to cloudy skies tonight into tomorrow morning with a good chance of some scattered overnight & early morning showers. There’s also a slight chance of a few isolated thunderstorms developing during that time. After a brief dry spell and some sunshine during the afternoon, conditions will once again deteriorate tomorrow night with more cloudiness and scattered showers by that time as low level moisture increases once again.
Winds: SSE at 6-12kts (11-22km/h), with lighter spells overnight..
Seas: Moderate to locally rough, swells 1.2-1.8m or 4-6ft. Small craft operators and sea bathers should exercise caution..
Atmospheric Pressure: Slightly above normal.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:19 am.
Sunset tomorrow: 5:44 pm.
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