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UNSTABLE WEATHER CONTINUES TO AFFECT THE VI

UNSTABLE WEATHER CONTINUES TO AFFECT THE VI

November 3, 20161438Views

Synopsis: A surface trough connecting a pair of low pressure systems will continue to destabilize the weather across the area. This will result in the possible rainfall total over the next 24 hours being 5 to 15 mm (0.20 to 0.60 in).

Weather today: Cloudy with an 70 percent (or high) chance of showers and a 40% (or moderate) chance of thunderstorms, mainly during the afternoon.

Weather tonight: Mostly cloudy with a 60 percent (or high) chance of showers and a 30 percent (or moderate) chance of thunderstorms, mainly after midnight.

Winds: East-northeast at less than 15 km/h or less than 8 knots.

Seas: Slight to moderate with heights less than 1.5 metres or less than 5 feet.

Atmospheric Pressure: Near normal.

Sunset today:  5:45 pm.

Sunrise tomorrow:  6:19 am.

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