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Bahamas 3-day weather starting Friday, January 20
By Wayne Neely, Bahamas Meteorology Department
Jan 20, 2017 - 11:00:10 AM

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3 day Bahamas public forecast for today and tonight Friday 20th January 2017.

General situation: Light winds and cool evening temperatures will remain across the islands today due to a weak high pressure area across the Bahamas.

For all areas:

Weather: Mostly sunny and warm with the chance of brief isolated showers mainly across the Northwest Bahamas becoming fair and cool tonight.

Winds: Light and variable over open waters.

Seas: Less than 3 feet over the ocean.

High temperature 82°f 28°c

Low temperature 61°f 16°c

Sun moon tides

Sunrise: 6:56am Moonset: 12:24pm

Low tide: 8:00am & 8:12 pm

Sunset: 5:46pm Moonrise: 1:30 am Sat
High tide: 1:52 pm & 2:38 am Sat

Weather outlook:

Forecast for Saturday

Weather: Mostly sunny and warm. Fair and mild at night.
Winds: Southeast to south at 10 knots or less in the Northwest and Central Bahamas and northeast to east at 10 knots or less in the Southeast Bahamas.

Seas: 1 to 3 feet

Forecast for Sunday

Weather: Mostly sunny and warm with the chance of few brief showers.

Winds: Southeast to south at 15 to 20 knots.

Seas: 4 to 7 feet.

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