August 15, 2011945Views

Synopsis: A ridge of high pressure will keep the atmosphere
across the area relatively dry and stable for today into tonight. By later
tonight and tomorrow, a tropical wave will gradually move into the area and
increase the instability in the atmosphere.

Wx: Skies will be generally fair to partly cloudy today and
early tonight with a few isolated showers. By later tonight and early tomorrow,
skies will become increasingly cloudy with scattered showers and a slight
chance of a few isolated thunderstorms developing. Some showers could be
locally heavy at times.

Winds: ENE at 12-18kts, with higher gusts in heavier showers.

Seas: Slight to moderate, peaking at 1.4m or 4ft today becoming
moderate to locally rough later tonight, swells 1.5-2.4m or 5-8ft. A warning is
now in place for both small craft operators and sea bathers against adverse sea

Barometric Pressure: Well below normal.

Sunset today:  6:45 pm.

Sunrise tomorrow:  6:01 am.


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This information is to be used as a guide by anyone who has interest in local
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