Synopsis: Lingering moisture and instability from an area of disturbed weather just north of the islands will maintain a heightened chance for shower and thunderstorm activity across the area during the next 24 hours. For this reason, a flash flood watch remains in effect and this could be upgraded to a warning at short notice once the rainfall persists and becomes any heavier, given that the earth is already saturated. Rainfall totals of 25.4 to 50.8mm or 1 to 2 inches are possible during the forecast period.
Weather today: Mostly cloudy with showers, some of which could be moderate to locally heavy at times accompanied by isolated thunderstorms.
Weather tonight: Partly cloudy to cloudy skies with a 70 percent or high chance of showers initially, with a gradual reduction in cloudiness and shower activity overnight.
Winds: Southeast at 15 to 30 km/h or 9 to 18 mph with lighter spells overnight..
Seas: 1.2 to 1.8 metres or 4 to 6 feet..
Sunset today: 5:47 pm.
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