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FXUS61 KBOX 250230  
AFDBOX  
 
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA  
1030 PM EDT FRI MAR 24 2017  
   
SYNOPSIS
 
 
HIGH PRESSURE MOVES FARTHER OFFSHORE TONIGHT, BRINGING A  
SOUTHWEST FLOW OF MILDER AIR TO SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND. A COLD  
FRONT WILL PUSH SOUTH ACROSS THE REGION SATURDAY. THE FRONT  
WILL STALL SATURDAY NIGHT, THEN WILL TRY TO PUSH NORTHWARD  
SUNDAY AND MONDAY. PERIODS OF LIGHT RAIN WILL FALL SATURDAY,  
THEN A MIX OF WINTRY WEATHER WILL DEVELOP SUNDAY NIGHT INTO  
EARLY MONDAY. RAIN MAY FALL HEAVILY AT TIMES LATER MONDAY AS LOW  
PRESSURE PASSES ACROSS THE REGION, THEN CONTINUES INTO TUESDAY  
AHEAD OF AN APPROACHING COLD FRONT. COLDER AIR LAGS WEDNESDAY  
INTO THURSDAY WITH BREEZY NW WINDS. ANOTHER CHANCE FOR DISTURBED  
WEATHER FRIDAY INTO THE WEEKEND GIVEN THE CONTINUED ACTIVE  
WEATHER PATTERN.  
 

 
   
NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 AM SATURDAY MORNING/
 
 
1030 PM UPDATE...  
 
SLOWED THE RETURN OF RAINFALL CHANCES A BIT MORE, BASED ON  
LATEST REGIONAL RADAR DATA AND HRRR GUIDANCE. WILL MAKE FURTHER  
TWEAKS TO TIMING, AS NEEDED OVERNIGHT.  
 
TEMPERATURES SHOULD REMAIN NEARLY STEADY OR SLOWLY RISE  
OVERNIGHT WITH A PERSISTENT SOUTHWEST WIND AND ABUNDANT CLOUDS.  
 
MAJOR THEME OF THE FORECAST REMAINS ON TRACK.  
 
735 PM UPDATE...  
 
PRECIP ASSOCIATED WITH WARM FRONT HAS PUSHED NE INTO CENTRAL  
MAINE AND NH AS SEEN ON LATEST NE REGIONAL 88D RADAR IMAGERY.  
BASED ON THIS AND INCREASING CLOUD BASES, HAVE UPDATED TO REMOVE  
MENTION OF PRECIP THROUGH AROUND MIDNIGHT. WILL START TO SEE  
BAND OF LIGHT RAIN SHIFT S AFTER MIDNIGHT AS FRONT BEGINS ITS  
SOUTHWARD RETURN. LIGHT SW WINDS WILL ALSO BEGIN TO SHIFT TO W  
ACROSS N MASS AS WELL. WILL STILL SEE GUSTY SW WINDS THROUGH  
THIS EVENING ALONG THE S COAST, BUT THOSE WILL START TO DIMINISH  
AS THE PRES GRADIENT RELAXES.  
 
WITH THE FRONT AND COLDER AIR BEHIND IT REMAINING N OF THE  
REGION THROUGH MOST OF THE NIGHT, HAVE UPDATED TEMPS/DEWPTS  
TO REFLECT CURRENT TRENDS. READINGS SHOULD BOTTOM OUT IN THE  
35-40 DEGREE RANGE.  
 
HAVE UPDATED REMAINDER OF FORECAST TO BRING CONDITIONS CURRENT  
AND INCORPORATED TRENDS THROUGH THE REMAINDER OF THE OVERNIGHT.  
 
PREVIOUS DISCUSSION...  
 
UPPER LEVEL JET WILL PUSH NORTH OF NEW ENGLAND OVERNIGHT,  
CARRYING A WAVE OF LOW PRESSURE ACROSS QUEBEC. THIS WILL IN TURN  
MOVE THE FRONT SOUTH AS A COLD FRONT AFTER MIDNIGHT. LOW LEVEL  
CONVERGENCE MAY GENERATE LIGHT SHOWERS THAT REACH NORTHERN MASS  
BY MORNING, BUT OTHERWISE EXPECT LITTLE/NO PRECIPITATION IN  
SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND TONIGHT DUE TO SOUTHWEST FLOW AND NO LOW  
LEVEL FORCING.  
 
THE MILD FLOW OF AIR WILL KEEP TEMPERATURES FROM FALLING MUCH.  
 

 
   
SHORT TERM /6 AM SATURDAY MORNING THROUGH SATURDAY NIGHT/
 
 
SATURDAY...  
 
COLD FRONT SWEEPS ACROSS THE REGION FIRST THING IN THE MORNING.  
HIGH PRESSURE BUILDING IN BEHIND THE FRONT WILL TURN WINDS FROM  
THE NORTH SATURDAY MORNING AND FROM THE NORTHEAST IN THE  
AFTERNOON.  
 
THE UPPER JET REFERENCED EARLIER WILL BE TO OUR NORTHEAST  
SATURDAY WITH OUR AREA UNDER THE RIGHT ENTRANCE REGION. THIS MAY  
MAINTAIN UPPER VENTING OVER/NEAR THE FRONT WHILE PRECIPITABLE  
WATER VALUES ALONG/SOUTH OF THE FRONT REMAIN AT 0.75 TO 1.0  
INCHES, WHICH IS WELL ABOVE NORMAL FOR MID-LATE MARCH...THE 90  
PCT EXCEED VALUE IS ABOUT 0.86. THIS SHOULD BE ENOUGH TO SUPPORT  
A CHANCE OF LIGHT RAIN, ALONG AND A LITTLE BEHIND THE FRONT.  
THIS RAIN SHIFTS SOUTH OF NEW ENGLAND TOWARD EVENING.  
 
WITH CLOUDS AND POTENTIAL LIGHT RAIN, EXPECT TEMPS TO CLIMB JUST  
A LITTLE, WITH MAX VALUES IN THE 40S.  
 
SATURDAY NIGHT...  
 
HIGH PRESSURE FROM CANADA BUILDS SOUTH INTO NEW ENGLAND AND  
BRINGS COLDER AIR. EXPECT DRY WEATHER MOST OF THE NIGHT. DEW  
POINTS WILL NOT FALL AS MUCH AS WITH MOST HIGHS BECAUSE OUR LOW  
LEVEL FLOW WILL BE OUT OF THE EAST-NORTHEAST, MORE OF A MARINE  
FLOW. EXPECT THESE DEW POINTS TO BE IN THE MID 20S TO AROUND 30.  
AS SUCH, WE EXPECT MIN TEMPS TO BE IN THE UPPER 20S TO MID 30S.  
 
WITH THE RIDGE BUILDING IN AS IT SHIFTS TOWARD THE MARITIMES,  
THE MODELS SHOW A DEVELOPING COLD AIR DAMMING SIGNATURE SATURDAY  
NIGHT. THIS SUGGESTS THE LOW LEVEL COLD AIR WILL BECOME  
ESTABLISH IN ADVANCE OF THE NEXT WEATHER SYSTEM.  
 

 
   
LONG TERM /SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY/
 
 
HIGHLIGHTS...  
 
* A PERIOD OF WINTRY PRECIP IS POSSIBLE SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY  
MORNING  
* UNSETTLED WEATHER PATTERN WILL CONTINUE INTO WEDNESDAY  
* IMPROVING CONDITIONS DURING THE LATER HALF OF NEXT WEEK  
 
OVERVIEW...  
 
CONFIDENCE WITH THE OVERALL PATTERN ACROSS THE NORTHEAST U.S.  
APPEARS CONTINUES TO IMPROVE, BUT STILL ISSUES WITH DETAILS IN  
TIMING OF WEATHER SYSTEMS AS WELL AS THERMAL PATTERN ESPECIALLY  
THIS WEEKEND INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK BASED ON 12Z MODEL SUITE AND  
ENSEMBLES.  
 
ACTIVE PATTERN CONTINUES FOR THE REGION WITH SPLIT FLOW ALOFT  
AND SEVERAL SHORTWAVES EJECTING ACROSS THE LOWER 48 FROM THE  
PACIFIC. MODEL GUIDANCES CONTINUES TO SIGNAL THE DEAMPLIFICATION  
OF H5 CUTOFF LOW OVER THE MIDWEST, BECOMING AN OPEN WAVE AS IT  
MOVES ACROSS THE REGION IN THE STEERING FLOW LATE THIS WEEKEND  
INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK. WITH CONFLUENT FLOW ALOFT, HIGH PRESSURE  
PERSISTS OVER NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND KEEPING COOL SURFACE  
TEMPERATURES WHICH WILL RESULT IN A WINTRY MIX OF PRECIP AT  
TIMES LATE THIS WEEKEND INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK. A SECOND WAVE  
WILL FOLLOW A SIMILAR PATH FROM THE PLAINS TOWARDS THE NORTHEAST  
BEFORE MESHING OR PARTIALLY INTERACTING WITH THE NORTHERN JET  
STREAM ON TUESDAY. THIS WILL RESULT IN ANOTHER SYSTEM FOR NEW  
ENGLAND TUES/WED WITH HIGH PRESSURE TO FOLLOW.  
 
DETAILS...  
 
SUNDAY...MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
 
A STALLED FRONT ALONG THE MID ATLANTIC COAST WILL TRY TO WORK  
NORTHWARD AS HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE SHIFTS SE INTO THE GULF OF  
MAINE. WINDS ALOFT ARE MAINLY SW, WHICH WILL ALLOW SOME LOW  
LEVEL MOISTURE WELL AHEAD OF LOW PRESSURE OVER THE MIDWEST TO  
WORK SLOWLY N DURING THE DAY AS RIDGE WILL SHIFT SLOWLY E.  
 
MARGINAL THERMAL FIELDS AND GOOD COLD AIR DAMMING PATTERN  
REMAINS ACROSS THE REGION, WHICH WILL LEAD TO PATCHY MIXED  
RAIN, FREEZING RAIN AND/OR SLEET ACROSS THE INTERIOR FOR EARLY  
SUNDAY, BUT THEY ARE SHALLOW SO TEMPS SHOULD RISE ABOVE FREEZING  
DURING THE MORNING, HOWEVER, SOME SLEET/FREEZING RAIN MAY  
LINGER THROUGH MIDDAY ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN. TEMPS WILL  
RECOVER TO THE UPPER 30S TO AROUND 40 WELL INLAND, TO THE LOWER  
40S ELSEWHERE THANKS TO LOW LEVEL ONSHORE FLOW OFF THE MILDER  
OCEAN.  
 
SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT...MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
 
STALLED FRONT TO THE S TRIES TO SHIFT BACK N AS A WARM FRONT  
LATE SUNDAY-MONDAY, WHILE SURFACE LOW PRESSURE WORKS TOWARD THE  
GREAT LAKES. GOOD OVERRUNNING WORKS ACROSS THE REGION, WITH  
H85-H7 TEMPS RISING TO +5C TO +6C DURING THIS TIMEFRAME.  
SHALLOW LOW LEVEL COLD AIR DAMMING REMAINS IN PLACE, THOUGH,  
WITH TEMPS FALLING THE UPPER 20S TO AROUND FREEZING. THIS WILL  
CAUSE MIXED PRECIPITATION TO DEVELOP DURING THE NIGHTTIME HOURS  
BOTH NIGHTS. LOOKS LIKE THE BEST SHOT FOR WIDESPREAD LIGHT  
SLEET AND/OR FREEZING RAIN WILL OCCUR SUNDAY NIGHT INTO EARLY  
MONDAY MORNING. NOTING MAINLY FREEZING RAIN SIGNATURES ON BOTH  
NAM AND GFS BUFKIT SOUNDINGS, CAN'T RULE OUT SLEET ESPECIALLY  
ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN OF THE E SLOPES OF THE BERKSHIRES AND  
NORTHERN WORCESTER HILLS. AT THIS POINT, COULD SEE UP TO 0.1  
INCHES ICE ACCRETION, BUT THIS REMAINS DEPENDENT UPON HOW LONG  
THE COLD AIR REMAINS IN PLACE AS WELL AS THE LOW PRESSURE  
PASSAGE AND THE QPF AMOUNTS THAT MOVE ACROSS.  
 
LOW PRESSURE PASSES ACROSS THE REGION DURING MONDAY AFTERNOON/  
EVENING SO EXPECT GOOD SHOT OF PRECIP TO WORK ACROSS. THIS WILL  
COINCIDE WITH INCREASED PWAT VALUES OF AROUND AN INCH AND, ALONG  
WITH CONTINUED CONFLUENT PATTERN, COULD SEE AROUND 0.5 TO 0.7  
INCHES QPF WHICH WILL MOVE ACROSS WHEN TEMPS SHOULD BE ABOVE  
FREEZING. ALSO NOTING SOME MARGINAL INSTABILITY ACROSS N  
CT/RI/SE MASS MOVING ACROSS MONDAY AFTERNOON, WITH TOTAL TOTALS  
AROUND 50 AND TQ VALUES IN THE UPPER TEENS. AT THIS POINT, WITH  
E-SE LOW LEVEL FLOW CONTINUING, NOT EXPECTING ANY THUNDER AT  
THIS TIME.  
 
PRECIP SHOULD SLOWLY TAPER OFF AS LOW MOVES OFFSHORE MONDAY  
EVENING. WITH THE MARGINAL THERMAL PATTERN REMAINING IN PLACE,  
COULD SEE ANOTHER ROUND OF LIGHT FREEZING RAIN, THOUGH LOOKS TO  
BE PRIMARILY ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN OF N CENTRAL MASS AFTER  
MIDNIGHT THROUGH THE EARLY MORNING HOURS OF TUE.  
 
TUESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY...  
 
CONTINUED RISK OF FREEZING RAIN EARLY ON, IF NOT AT A MINIMUM A  
COLD RAIN IS FORECAST. ASSOCIATED DEEPER MID TO UPPER LEVEL LOW  
OVER THE S HUDSON BAY REGION WITH A CASCADING, DEAMPLIFYING  
OPEN WAVE TROUGH THROUGH THE S-STREAM YIELDS AN ELONGATED AREA  
OF LOW PRESSURE ACROSS THE E CONUS WITH SECONDARY LOW  
DEVELOPMENT ACROSS THE MID-ATLANTIC. INITIAL OVER-RUNNING MOIST  
ASCENT TRANSITIONING TO FRONTOGENETICAL, SYNOPTIC FORCING AHEAD  
OF A SWEEPING COLD FRONT. HOWEVER THE COLDER AIR LAGS. SO  
ALTOGETHER, POP CHANCES THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT, CLEARING INTO  
WEDNESDAY. A COOL, DAMP DAY ESPECIALLY FOR N/NE MA INITIALLY,  
GRADUALLY WARMING, WITH A DECENT SLUG OF RAIN. THE COLD AIR  
LAGGING ALONG WITH CLEARING WEDNESDAY, MAY END UP MILD AS  
CONDITIONS DRY.  
 
THURSDAY...  
 
HIGH PRESSURE IN CONTROL HOWEVER THE CRUX OF THE COLDER AIRMASS  
IS DRAWN S TO THE E OF NEW ENGLAND AS THE EARLY TO MID WEEK LOW  
OVER THE HUDSON BAY REGION OF CANADA UNDERGOES DEEPER  
CYCLOGENESIS ACROSS THE N ATLANTIC. GIVEN A MIX OF SUN AND  
CLOUDS, AND THAT BEING A LATE MARCH SUN, LEANING MILD WITH MORE  
SEASONABLE CONDITIONS. COLD AIR ADVECTION PROCEEDING IN THE LOW  
LEVELS ALONG WITH AN ENHANCEMENT OF FLOW ALOFT, EXPECT SOME  
GUSTY NW WINDS THE THE BOUNDARY LAYER MIXING UP TO AROUND H85.  
 
FRIDAY INTO THE WEEKEND...  
 
CONFLUENCE WITHIN THE MID TO UPPER LEVELS OF N/S STREAMS ACROSS  
THE NE CONUS CONTINUES. ANY CLOSED LOWS EMERGING OUT OF THE SW  
CONUS UNDERGO DEAMPLIFICATION. SCENARIO FOR CONTINUED OVER-  
RUNNING SETUPS TO WHICH THE THERMAL PROFILES ACROSS THE REGION  
REQUIRE SCRUTINY. CONFLICTING SIGNALS OF LOW PRESSURE EVOLUTION  
ASSOCIATED WITH WEAK WAVE IMPULSES NEIGHBORED AGAINST HIGH  
PRESSURE OUT OF CANADA. A LOT CAN CHANGE AND THUS A LOW  
CONFIDENCE FORECAST. ONLY CONFIDENCE IS THAT WE'LL CONTINUE TO  
SEE AN ACTIVE WEATHER PATTERN INTO THE LONG TERM PERIOD.  
 

 
   
AVIATION /02Z SATURDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY/
 
 
FORECASTER CONFIDENCE LEVELS...  
 
LOW - LESS THAN 30 PERCENT.  
MODERATE - 30 TO 60 PERCENT.  
HIGH - GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT.  
 
SHORT TERM /THROUGH SATURDAY NIGHT/...MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
 
TONIGHT...  
MAINLY VFR, WITH PATCHY MVFR CIGS ACROSS CENTRAL AND N MASS.  
GUSTY SW WINDS WILL CONTINUE TO DIMINISH. PATCHY -RA MAY PUSH S  
OUT OF NH/VT ACROSS N/CENTRAL MASS AFTER 06Z.  
 
SATURDAY...  
A COLD FRONT MOVES NORTH TO SOUTH ACROSS THE REGION DURING THE  
MORNING. AN AREA OF LIGHT RAIN MAY DEVELOP, WITH CIGS AND VSBYS  
LOWERING TO MVFR. WINDS SHIFT FROM THE NORTH IN THE MORNING AND  
NORTHEAST DURING AFTERNOON/EVENING.  
 
SATURDAY NIGHT...  
MAINLY VFR AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS FROM THE NORTH. MVFR WILL  
LURK TO OUR SOUTHWEST, PREPARING TO MOVE NORTH AGAIN. EAST FLOW  
THROUGH THE NIGHT.  
 
KBOS TAF...HIGH CONFIDENCE IN TAF.  
 
KBDL TAF...HIGH CONFIDENCE IN TAF.  
 
OUTLOOK /SUNDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY/...  
 
SUNDAY-SUNDAY NIGHT...LOW TO MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
VFR CIGS/VSBYS EARLY SUNDAY. CIGS LOWER TO MVFR-IFR MAINLY  
ACROSS THE INTERIOR BY MIDDAY SUNDAY AND CONTINUE SUNDAY NIGHT.  
MAINLY VFR VSBYS SUN, THEN LOWER TO MVFR-IFR SUN NIGHT IN RAIN  
AND PATCHY FOG. AREAS OF -FZRA/-PL DEVELOP ACROSS THE INTERIOR  
SUN NIGHT, ESPECIALLY ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN.  
 
MONDAY-MONDAY NIGHT...LOW TO MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
ANY LEFTOVER -FZRA/-PL MONDAY MORNING WILL END ACROSS HIGHER  
TERRAIN. OTHERWISE MVFR-IFR CIGS IN LIGHT RAIN. VSBYS SHOULD BE  
MAINLY VFR, BUT MAY SEE LOCAL MVFR AT TIMES. LOW CHANCE FOR  
-FZRA MON NIGHT ACROSS HIGHER TERRAIN OF N CENTRAL MASS, MAINLY  
N OF ROUTE 2.  
 
TUESDAY...LOW CONFIDENCE.  
MVFR-IFR MIX WITH -RA/RA, LOW RISK FZRA EARLY OVER N/NE MA. N/E  
WINDS TURNING OUT OF THE N/W.  
 
WEDNESDAY...MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
IMPROVING. CIGS LIFTING VFR. N/W WINDS CONTINUE.  
 

 
   
MARINE
 
 
FORECASTER CONFIDENCE LEVELS...  
 
LOW - LESS THAN 30 PERCENT.  
MODERATE - 30 TO 60 PERCENT.  
HIGH - GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT.  
 
SHORT TERM /THROUGH SATURDAY NIGHT/...  
 
CONVERTED THE GALE WARNINGS TO SMALL CRAFT ADVISORIES FOR THE  
REST OF TONIGHT. EXPECTING MORE SMALL CRAFT ADVISORIES TO BE  
ABLE TO BE DROPPED LATER TONIGHT AS SW WIND GUSTS DIMINISH.  
 
TONIGHT...HIGH CONFIDENCE.  
SW WINDS GUSTING 25-30 KNOTS EARLY WILL DIMINISH OVERNIGHT, AND  
BECOME WEST TOWARD MORNING. ROUGH SEAS LINGER ACROSS THE OUTER  
COASTAL WATERS, AND OCEAN-EXPOSED SOUTH COASTAL SOUNDS.  
 
SATURDAY...HIGH CONFIDENCE.  
W WINDS SHIFT TO N IN THE MORNING AND EARLY AFTERNOON AS A COLD  
FRONT MOVES NORTH TO SOUTH. WINDS THEN SHIFT FROM THE NORTHEAST  
BY AFTERNOON AS HIGH PRESSURE MOVES IN FROM QUEBEC. WINDS WILL  
BE LESS THAN 25 KNOTS THROUGH THE DAY. SEAS WILL LINGER AT 5  
FEET ON THE SOUTHERN OUTER WATERS AND PARTS OF RI SOUND MUCH OF  
THE DAY. SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY WILL BE NEEDED WHERE SEAS LINGER  
NEAR 5 FEET.  
 
SATURDAY NIGHT...MODERATE-HIGH CONFIDENCE.  
NORTHEAST WINDS TURN FROM DUE EAST OVERNIGHT. SPEEDS REMAIN  
BELOW 20 KNOTS THROUGH THE NIGHT. SEAS WILL REMAIN LESS THAN 5  
FEET THROUGH THE NIGHT.  
 
OUTLOOK /SUNDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY/...  
 
SUNDAY-SUNDAY NIGHT...MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
E-SE WINDS WILL INCREASE ESPECIALLY ON THE SOUTHERN OUTER  
WATERS. EXPECT GUSTS UP TO AROUND 25 KT ON THE OPEN WATERS. SEAS  
MAY REACH 5 FT ON THE OUTER WATERS S OF RI BRIEFLY SUNDAY  
AFTERNOON/EVENING. VISIBILITY REDUCTIONS IN RAIN AND PATCHY FOG  
WILL DEVELOP SUN AFTERNOON AND CONTINUE SUN NIGHT.  
 
MONDAY-MONDAY NIGHT...LOW TO MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
E-SE WINDS CONTINUE. WINDS GUST TO AROUND 25 KT MAINLY OVER THE  
EASTERN WATERS AS SEAS BUILD TO AROUND 5 FT. MAY NEED SMALL  
CRAFT HEADLINES THERE. LOCAL VISIBILITY RESTRICTIONS CONTINUE IN  
RAIN AND PATCHY FOG MAINLY DURING MONDAY.  
 
TUESDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY...LOW TO MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
RAIN CONTINUES ACROSS THE WATERS WITH E WINDS. COULD SEE SOME  
VISIBILITY RESTRICTIONS AHEAD OF A COLD FRONT SWEEPING THE  
REGION LATE INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING. BEHIND THE FRONT WINDS  
BECOME MORE WESTERLY AND COULD SEE SOME GUSTS. WAVES OVER 5 FEET  
POSSIBLE ON THE OUTER WATERS.  
 

 
   
BOX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
 
 
CT...NONE.  
MA...NONE.  
RI...NONE.  
MARINE...SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY UNTIL 2 AM EDT SATURDAY FOR ANZ232>234-  
250.  
SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY UNTIL MIDNIGHT EDT TONIGHT FOR ANZ231-251.  
SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY UNTIL 6 AM EDT SATURDAY FOR ANZ235-237.  
SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY UNTIL 8 PM EDT SATURDAY FOR ANZ254>256.  
 

 
 

 
SYNOPSIS...WTB/SIPPRELL/EVT  
NEAR TERM...WTB/BELK/EVT  
SHORT TERM...WTB  
LONG TERM...SIPPRELL/EVT  
AVIATION...WTB/SIPPRELL/EVT  
MARINE...WTB/BELK/SIPPRELL/EVT  
 
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