This is an experimental translation of Short Term French Polynesian Weather forecasts. Words in UPPER CASE are original French. Words in lower case are all translated.
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forecasts established by/through weather-france the friday 19 april 2019 to 09H15 local forecasts by/through archipelago/archipelagic valid until saturday 20 april 2019 to evening VIGILANCE METEOROLOGIQUE current/during : yellow for the wind violent on the area : RAPA yellow for the strong rain on the area : RAPA weather report islands underneath the wind friday and saturday, the sky east the more often cloudy or very cloudy, accompanied showers or from related squalls isolated, mainly the period after-mid and at the beginning from evening, with a low risk stormy. wind variable low from north friday then from sector north-west saturday. sea smooth at/in slight. swell long from south-west from 2 meters at/in 2 meters 50 friday then 2 meters thursday. weather report TAHITI and MOOREA friday and saturday, time variable with alternating/alternation thinning and from numerous passages cloudy sometimes holders showers or from related squalls isolated, the period after-mid and at the beginning from evening. temperatures extreme/extremes/end planned : 23 and 31 degrees/degree/levels celsius. wind variable low from north friday then from sector north-west saturday. sea smooth at/in slight. swell long from south-west from 2 meters at/in 2 meters 50 friday then 2 meters saturday. weather report MARQUISES a time sunny predominates lasting the two days. related clouds holders showers land/show up/landing friday on the group north. wind easterly low at/in moderated. sea slight. swell long from sector north D'1 meter. swell long from south D'1 meter saturday weather report TUAMOTU and GAMBIER friday, time sunny predominate on archipelago put at/in share related showers affecting(allocating) on the north and north-west TUAMOTU and towards ANAA. saturday, sky cloudy at/in very cloudy from ANAA at/in HEREHERETUE with of passages showers or from squalls. elsewhere, the sun rest member of the majority party. wind low, from north at/in north-east from south-east TUAMOTU to GAMBIER, and easterly at/in north-east elsewhere. sea smooth at/in slight. swell long from south-west, 2 meters at/in 2 meters 50 friday then 2 meters saturday. weather report AUSTRALES friday, sky very cloudy at/in overcast on archipelago. a degradation rainy with of showers and related squalls sometimes stormy touch the north AUSTRALES the morning then RAPA the period after-mid. a quick improvement follows this ÉPISODE rainy EN end from day from RIMATARA at/in RURUTU then at night towards TUBUAI and RAIVAVAE while that in RAPA, the rain are growing friday evening resulting sometimes D'IMPORTANTS accumulations from rain. improvement saturday morning. EN effect, the MARA'AMU SE pervasive saturday at/in all archipelago, maintaining a time strong (f6) and a sky little at/in temporarily cloudy. to north, wind from north-west moderated at/in enough fort. it reaches quickly to south moderated at night, gusts all around from 70 km/hr. to RAPA, wind easterly moderated friday becoming enough fort EN end from day, it turned to north enough fort in the night with of gusts at/in 80 or 90 km/hr before from settle to south-west moderated saturday. sea moderate, temporarily rough underneath squalls. swell long from south-west weakening 2 meters at/in 2 meters 50 friday then 2 meters saturday. COMPLEMENT for the peach(fishing,sin) and the navigation/navigational from sailing in the triangle/triangular/delta TAHITI MAUPITI MANIHI it not to not opinion from wind fort current/during nor planned. wind variable 04/08 knots from north dominant friday then north-west saturday. sea smooth at/in slight. swell long from south-west 2 meters at/in 2 meters 50 friday then 2 meters saturday. this is observation from TAHITI-faa' has this night at/in 02H00 local sky clear sky at/in little cloudy, good visibility visibility, wind way moderated easterly-north-east, TEMPÉRATURE : 27 degrees/degree/levels celsius. rate/level/ratio of hygrometry : 66%, pressure : 101 hectopascals/millibars. Broken English provided for free by Eric from http://svsarana.com Contact me through my website if you locate severe errors. Please include the section of original text for debugging.