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Weather Forecast For Sunday 2nd April, 2017

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April begins and the Dry season carries on.

On Sunday cricket fans and players should drink plenty during hot conditions even if a shower may drift by especially along hillsides. 

At sea, fisherfolk and boaters should beware of moderate choppy seas in long northerly swells. Offshore waves of two and a half metres. Look for flags flapping as fresh winds blow from the east. 

Tide is high at 8 AM, low 2:30 PM then high 9:00 PM.

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