7th February – Synopsis: A surface high pressure in the Atlantic will continue to promote breezy conditions across the region for the next couple of days. Patches of low level moisture embedded in the trade wind flow will continue to move across the area producing brief periods of passing showers across the islands. The combination of high winds and northerly swells will support hazardous sea conditions across the area.
Wx: today: partly cloudy. Few passing showers could also develop. Tonight: partly cloudy with a slight chance of few passing showers.
Winds: ENE – E 12-18kts or 22-33 km/h and reaching to 22-24kts or 41 to 44 km/h over coastal waters with higher gusts in showers…
Seas: rough with swells 2.4 to 3.4 m or 8 to 11 ft. Warning is in place for small craft operators and sea bathers…
Sunset today: 6:16 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:49 am.
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