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FLASH FLOOD WATCH DISCONTINUED

FLASH FLOOD WATCH DISCONTINUED

May 14, 2011491Views

Forecast is valid until 8AM Sunday 15th May 2011.

An
expansive trough system will continue to destabilize the weather across the
area. However, conditions are expected to improve gradually. The flash flood
watch has expired and will not be extended but minor flooding is still
possible, mainly this morning.

Today: Mostly
cloudy with more rain likely, mainly this morning and a slight chance of more
thunderstorms. Chance of rain is 60%; chance of thunderstorms is 10%.

Tonight: Partly
cloudy with scattered showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms. Chance of
showers is 40%; chance of thunderstorms is 10%.

Winds: The
winds will to be ENE at less than 8 knots today and near calm tonight.

Seas: The seas will be
moderate with peak swells of 1.8 metres or 6 feet. Small craft operators and
sea bathers should exercise caution, mainly near coastal areas.

Barometric Pressure: The
pressure is below normal.

Sunset today: 
6:44 pm.

Sunrise tomorrow:  5:45
am.

As we approach the beginning of the 2011 Atlantic Hurricane Season the DDM is advising persons to make all necessary preparations. Also be sure to have your emergency kits checked and all contingency plans revised