Synopsis: A strong surface high pressure will continue to produce a strong wind flow across the islands for the next couple of days. The wind will continue to bring patches of cloudiness and periods of showers across the islands. Rough and hazardous seas will also continue across the region.
WX: Today: partly cloudy with some cloudy periods and a chance of few passing showers.
Tonight: partly cloudy. few passing showers could also develop.
Winds: ENE – E 14 – 20kts or 26-37km/h and reaching up to 24kts or 44km/h over coastal waters and gusting higher in showers…
Seas: Very rough swells 2.1 to 3.1m or 7 to 10 ft. A warning remains in place for small craft operators and sea bathers against rough and hazardous seas and strong gusty winds..
Atmospheric Pressure: Above normal
Sunset today: 6:27 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:29 am.
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