Synopsis: A vigorous upper
level trough will continue to enhance low level moisture, resulting in more
unsettled weather conditions across the area tonight (21 November 2014) into
early tomorrow (22 November 2014). A gradual improvement can be expected
Wx: Cloudy to overcast
skies tonight with periods of scattered showers some of which could be moderate
to heavy at times, accompanied by isolated thunderstorms, becoming mostly
cloudy tomorrow morning (22 November 2014) with some widely scattered morning
showers. A gradual decrease in cloudiness and shower activity can be expected
later in the morning into tomorrow afternoon (22 November 2014).
Winds: ENE at 16-22kts over
land, with higher gusts during heavier showers. 28kts over open waters.
Seas: Rough, swells
2.1m-2.8m or 7ft.-9ft. Warnings remain in place for small craft operators and sea
bathers against hazardous sea conditions.
Barometric Pressure: Above
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:28
Sunset tomorrow: 5:41
Pedestrians and motorists
are reminded to exercise care especially when traversing through areas where
water has accumulated on the roads. The public should also seek to
eliminate areas around their properties that can collect water.
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