13th June 2018 – Synopsis: A dry and stable air mass will continue to be supported by a surface high pressure. The surface high pressure coupled with Saharan dust will continue to inhibit cloud growth and shower activities across the islands. The high will also generate a moderate to fresh wind flow that will result in choppy seas across the region.
Weather today: Partly cloudy and hazy.
Weather tonight: Partly cloudy and hazy.
Winds: East 22 to 33 km/h or 12-18 knots and could reach up to 22 knots or 41 km/h over coastal waters..
Seas: Moderate wave heights 1.5 to 2.1 metres or 5 to 7 feet. A small craft advisory remains in effect for strong and gusty winds and choppy seas…
Sunset today: 6:55 pm.
Sunrise tomorrow: 5:42 am.
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