28th January 2018 – Synopsis: Strong Atlantic high and a steep pressure gradient will maintain a fresh to strong wind flow across the region. Also, there is a moderate chance of low level cloud patches embedded in the flow depositing some showers across the islands.
Wx: Today: Partly sunny to cloudy with a moderate or 50 percent chance of some brief showers. Tonight: Partly cloudy to cloudy with the chance of brief showers remaining at moderate.
Winds: ENE at 28-44km/h or 15-24kts with higher gusts in showers possibly reaching near gale or 56 km/h..
Seas: Very rough and dangerous seas are expected with waves/swells 2.7-4m or 9-13ft. A warning remain in effect for small craft operators and beachgoers should avoid venturing into these dangerous waters..
Sunset today: 6:10 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:37 am.
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