February 13, 20181919Views

13th February 2018 Synopsis: In spite of the presence of a trough, a surface high pressure will continue to dominate the area generating brisk to strong wind speeds across the region. The combination of the winds and northerly swells will generate rough seas over coastal waters.

Wx: today: partly cloudy becoming occasionally cloudy with few passing showers. Tonight: partly cloudy. Few passing showers could also develop.

Winds: ene – e 14- 22kts or 26 to 41 km/h and reaching 22-24kts or 26 – 44 km/h over coastal waters and gusting higher mainly in showers…

Seas: rough swells 2.8 to 3.7 m or 9 to 12 ft. A warning remains in place for small craft operators and sea bathers against rough seas and strong gusty winds.

Sunset today:  6:19 pm.

Sunrise tomorrow:  6:46 am.

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