Friday May 12, 2017–Lingering moisture and instability associated with an active mid to upper level trough, coupled with light South easterly winds, daytime heating and available low level moisture will keep the chances for shower activity across the area relatively high today, gradually diminishing into tonight.
Weather: Mostly cloudy skies are expected today with a good chance of some late morning to afternoon shower and a slight chance of an isolated afternoon thunderstorm developing, becoming partly cloudy in general tonight with a slight chance of a brief passing overnight shower.
Winds: South-South East (SSE) at 6-15km/h or 3-8kts becoming variable or calm at times.
Seas: Moderate to locally rough, swells 1.2-1.8m or 4-6ft. Small craft operators and sea bathers should continue to exercise caution.
Atmospheric Pressure: Well below normal.
Sunset today: 6:44 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 5:45 am.
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