19th March 2018 – Synopsis: A ridge of high pressure along with an atmosphere low on moisture and instability will continue to restrict significant shower activity across the region. Just some light showers are possible this afternoon when daytime heating is expected to peak. Also, a weak pressure gradient across the region will maintain a warm and light to gentle south-southeasterly breeze across the islands.
Weather Today: Partly sunny during the morning then becoming cloudy during the afternoon with a 50 percent or moderate chance of some light showers.
Weather Tonight: Mostly clear.
Winds: SSE at 6-19 km/h or 03-07kts today then becoming lighter and variable or calm tonight..
Seas: Slight to moderate, heights 0.9-1.5m or 3-5ft..
Sunset today: 6:29 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:22 am.
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