Unsettled weather conditions associated with a deep layered trough across the area will continue to cause cloudy
to overcast skies with widespread light rain accompanied by brief periods of heavier showers over the next few days. There’s also a very slight chance of an isolated thunderstorm developing during that time. By late Tuesday into Wednesday a drier and more stable atmosphere will return to the area, thus restricting the chances for significant shower activity.
Weather conditions today Sunday April 16, 2017– Partly cloudy with a high chance of showers particularly during the afternoon.
Tonight: Partly cloudy to cloudy with the chance of showers remaining high.
Winds: East North East at 8-14 knots over land, peaking to near 16 knots over coastal waters.
Seas: Slight to moderate, waves 4-5 feet
Atmospheric Pressure: Normal
Sunset today: 6:36 p.m.
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:01 a.m.
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