Synopsis: A drier and more stable low level atmosphere associated with a high pressure ridge will continue to sit across the area over the next 24 hours. However as a weak upper level trough lingers across the area coupled with shallow pockets of available moisture, this could maintain a moderate chance for shower activity overnight into early tomorrow morning.
Wx: Partly cloudy skies tonight and partly sunny and hazy conditions in general tomorrow with a moderate chance of brief passing overnight and early morning showers developing.
Winds: E at 22-37km/h or 12-20kts over land gusting to 46km/h or 25kts over open waters..
Seas: Rough, swells 1.5-2.4m or 5-8ft. Warnings remain in place for small craft operators and sea bathers against rough seas and gusty winds..
Atmospheric Pressure: Well above normal.
Sunrise tomorrow: 5:57 am.
Sunset tomorrow: 6:52 pm.
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