Synopsis: A cold front attached to a mid-latitude cyclone in the north Atlantic is causing the wind flow across the area to be light. As the front moves closer, it will result in unsettled conditions. Meanwhile, long period swells from this system are moving into our coastlines causing sea levels to gradually rise to hazardous levels.
Weather tonight: Partly cloudy with a 30 percent or a low chance of showers.
Weather tomorrow: Mostly cloudy with a 70 percent or a high chance of showers.
Winds: Southeast tonight and southwest tomorrow with speeds 6 to 22 km/h or 4 to 14 mph.
Seas: 0.9 to 1.8 metres or 3 to 6 feet.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:52 am.
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