8th January 2018 – Synopsis: The ridge of high pressure over the Central Atlantic will strengthen slightly during the next 24hrs and will cause a fresh breeze to blow over the islands and their coastal waters resulting in occasional brief showers as well as rough seas mainly on the Atlantic side of the islands. Marine warnings remain in effect for hazardous seas.
Tonight: Partly cloudy with periods of increased cloudiness and a moderate chance of brief showers
Tomorrow: Partly sunny with periods of increased cloudiness accompanied by brief showers
Winds: East to east-northeast at average speeds between 22-30km/h or 12-16knots with higher spells over coastal waters and elevated terrain and gusting higher in showers.
Seas: Very rough with heights between 2.4-3.1m or 8-10ft. Warnings for small craft operators and sea bathers remain in effect for small craft operators and sea bathers against hazardous sea conditions.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:52 am.
Sunset tomorrow: 5:58 pm.
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