1st January 2018- Synopsis: A drier and more stable atmosphere will move into
the area over the next 24 -36 hours causing decreased cloudiness and shower activity during that time. By late Tuesday into Wednesday a weak surface trough will move into the area and significantly increase the chances for shower activity over and around the islands during that time. Winds will come from between the ENE and ESE at 10-16kts during that time with seas getting as high as 7ft.
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