Synopsis: Despite the presence of a relatively stable atmosphere across the area, the combination of light winds, daytime heating and available low level moisture could trigger some localized shower activity over and around the islands today. By late tonight into tomorrow, a tropical wave will move into the area and further increase the chances for shower activity across the area during that time.
Weather today: Partly sunny and very warm conditions, with brief cloudy spells and a moderate chance of brief localized showers mainly during the mid-morning to afternoon hours.
Weather tonight: Fair to partly cloudy skies initially, becoming increasingly cloudy with a 70 percent or high chance of showers mainly after midnight.
Winds: East at 6 to 15 km/h or 3 to 9 mph becoming variable or calm at times..
Seas: 1 to 1.5 metres or 3 to 5 feet..
Sunset today: 6:53 pm.
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