October 23, 20152167Views
Synopsis: An approaching frontal trough, combined with light southerly winds, daytime heating and available moisture will cause a moist and unstable atmosphere to linger across the area over the next 24-48 hours.
Wx: Partly cloudy to cloudy skies tonight with periods of widely scattered showers, becoming partly sunny initially tomorrow with some more widely scattered early morning showers. A combination of light winds, daytime heating and a frontal trough could trigger increased cloudiness and another round of showers during the afternoon some of which could be moderate to locally heavy at times accompanied by possible isolated thunderstorms.
Winds: SE at 3-6kts becoming calm overnight..
Seas: Slight, swells 1-1.2m or approximately 3-4ft..
Atmospheric Pressure: Well below normal.
Sunrise tomorrow:  6:14 am.
Sunset tomorrow:  5:51 pm.
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