November 6, 20153625Views

Synopsis: The interaction of a tropical wave with a mid to upper level low will cause the atmosphere across the area to remain unstable over the next 24 hours. However lack of low level moisture will somewhat restrict significant shower activity initially today. We could see a notable increase in low level moisture later tonight, thus increasing the chances for shower activity during that time.

Wx: Mostly cloudy skies today and tonight with only a few brief passing showers today. Numerous scattered showers can be expected later tonight accompanied by isolated thunderstorms.

Winds: ENE at 14-20kts with higher gusts during heavier showers..

Seas: Rough, swells 1.8-2.8m or 6-9ft. Warnings remain in place for small craft operators and sea bathers against hazardous sea conditions..

Atmospheric Pressure: Slightly above normal.

Sunset today:  5:44 pm.

Sunrise tomorrow:  6:20 am.

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