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FXUS61 KBOX 111453  
AFDBOX  
 
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA  
953 AM EST THU JAN 11 2018  
   
SYNOPSIS
 
 
HIGH PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE FURTHER AWAY FROM THE REGION  
TODAY AND TONIGHT RESULTING IN MILDER TEMPERATURES ALONG WITH  
THE POTENTIAL FOR SOME DENSE FOG. VERY MILD WEATHER IS  
ANTICIPATED ON FRIDAY ALONG WITH AN INCREASING RISK FOR HEAVY  
RAIN, GUSTY WINDS AND FLOODING LATER FRIDAY INTO EARLY SATURDAY.  
A SHARP TURN TO MUCH COLDER WEATHER OCCURS RAPIDLY LATER  
SATURDAY, WHICH MAY ALLOW PRECIPITATION TO CHANGE TO ICE IN MANY  
LOCATIONS ALONG WITH A FLASH FREEZE. MAINLY DRY BUT VERY COLD  
WEATHER IS EXPECTED SUNDAY AND MONDAY, BUT WILL HAVE TO WATCH  
THE POTENTIAL FOR SOME SNOW AND/OR MIXED PRECIPITATION TUESDAY  
INTO WEDNESDAY.  
 

 
   
NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 PM THIS EVENING/
 
 
945 AM UPDATE...  
STRATUS DEVELOPING AND MOVING ACROSS PORTIONS SNE IN RETURN LOW  
LEVEL S/SW FLOW. SOME BREAKS OF SUN POSSIBLE INTO THE EARLY  
AFTERNOON, ESPECIALLY SE NEW ENG BUT TREND WILL BE FOR  
INCREASING CLOUDS THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. AS HIGHER DEWPOINTS  
ADVECT NORTHWARD OVER THE SNOWPACK MAY ALSO SEE AREAS OF FOG  
DEVELOP BY LATE IN THE DAY, MAINLY SOUTH OF THE PIKE.  
 
NO CHANGES TO FORECAST TEMPS WITH HIGHS UPPER 40S TO LOWER 50S.  
LOW LEVEL JET 35-45 KT ACROSS SNE BUT SOUNDINGS INDICATE A VERY  
SHALLOW MIXED LAYER WITH INVERSION ABOVE WHICH WILL PREVENT  
STRONGER WINDS FROM MIXING DOWN. A FEW GUSTS 20-25 MPH LIKELY,  
ESPECIALLY IN THE COASTAL PLAIN.  
 

 
   
SHORT TERM /6 PM THIS EVENING THROUGH 6 PM FRIDAY/
 
 
***AREAS OF FOG TONIGHT SOME OF WHICH MAY BE LOCALLY DENSE***  
 
***UNSEASONABLY MILD FRIDAY WITH HEAVY RAINFALL AND SIGNIFICANT  
URBAN/STREET FLOODING THREAT FOR THE LATE DAY/EVENING COMMUTE***  
 
TONIGHT  
 
SOUTHWEST FLOW ALONG WITH INCREASING LOW LEVEL MOISTURE WILL  
KEEP LOW TEMPERATURES IN THE 40S TONIGHT. AS UNSEASONABLY HIGH  
DEWPOINTS OVERRUN THE DEEP SNOWPACK IN PLACE...AREAS OF FOG  
WILL CONTINUE TO DEVELOP AND SOME MAY BE LOCALLY DENSE. LATER  
SHIFTS MAY NEED TO CONSIDER A DENSE FOG ADVISORY. WHILE SPOTTY  
DRIZZLE AND PERHAPS A FEW SPOT SHOWERS ARE POSSIBLE  
TONIGHT...BEST FORCING AND DEEPER LOW LEVEL MOISTURE WILL REMAIN  
TO OUR WEST. THEREFORE...NOT EXPECTING MUCH IN THE WAY OF  
RAINFALL TONIGHT.  
 
FRIDAY  
 
POTENT SHORTWAVE ENERGY WILL BE APPROACHING FROM THE SOUTHWEST  
INCREASING THE FORCING FOR ASCENT DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING.  
THIS COMBINED WITH HIGHLY ANOMALOUS PWATS 4+ STANDARD  
DEVIATIONS ABOVE NORMAL ALONG WITH A LOW LEVEL JET 3+ STANDARD  
DEVIATIONS ABOVE NORMAL. THESE INGREDIENTS WILL RESULT IN HEAVY  
RAINFALL AND THE POTENTIAL FOR FLOODING LATER FRIDAY INTO FRIDAY  
EVENING...ESPECIALLY WITH A RAPIDLY MELTING SNOW PACK AS HIGH  
TEMPERATURES LIKELY SOAR INTO THE UPPER 50S AND LOWER 60S. THE  
HEAVIEST RAINFALL LOOKS TO OVERSPREAD THE REGION FROM THE WEST  
DURING THE AFTERNOON AND PERHAPS HOLDING OFF UNTIL THE EVENING  
ON THE COASTAL PLAIN. GIVEN STORM CLOGGED SNOW DRAINS AND HEAVY  
RAINFALL THE POTENTIAL FOR SIGNIFICANT URBAN/STREET FLOODING  
EXISTS WITH A POTENTIAL IMPACT TO THE FRIDAY EVENING COMMUTE.  
GUIDANCE IS ALSO INDICATING A FEW HUNDRED J/KG OF MUCAPE SO  
WOULD NOT BE SURPRISED IF THERE WAS AN EMBEDDED THUNDERSTORM OR  
TWO. AS THE PREVIOUS SHIFT ALSO MENTIONED WILL HAVE TO WATCH  
SOME OF THE RIVERS AND STREAMS AS WELL AND CAN NOT RULE OUT  
ISOLATED ICE JAM FLOODING.  
 
LASTLY...WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR TEMPERATURES ACROSS EASTERN  
MA/RI TO REACH OR EXCEED 60 SOME OF THE STRONG LOW LEVEL JET  
MIGHT BE ABLE TO MIX DOWN. THIS IS ALWAYS DIFFICULT TO  
FORECAST...BUT THE POTENTIAL FOR SOUTHWEST WIND GUSTS OF 40 TO  
50 MPH EXISTS FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND INTO THE EVENING. LATER  
SHIFTS MAY NEED TO CONSIDER A WIND ADVISORY FOR THE COASTAL  
PLAIN.  
 

 
   
LONG TERM /FRIDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY/
 
 
*/ HIGHLIGHTS...  
 
- MODERATE TO HEAVY RAIN AND SNOWMELT CONTRIBUTING TO POSSIBLE  
FLOODING FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY  
 
- POTENTIAL FOR ISOLATED ICE JAMS, RIVER FLOODING  
 
- COLDER AIR SURGING INTO THE REGION FOR EARLY NEXT WEEK, A POSSIBLE  
SNOW EVENT TOWARDS MIDWEEK  
 
OVERVIEW AND MODEL PREFERENCES...  
A GRADUAL PATTERN SHIFT, FEATURING STRONGLY POSTIE PNA, BUT  
MOST IMPORTANTLY, DEEP RIDGING WITH BLOCKING S OF NEWFOUNDLAND,  
WILL DEFINE THE LONG TERM FORECAST PERIOD. THE PRIMARY RESULT, A  
DIGGING/DEEPENING LONGWAVE TROF WILL DEVELOP ACROSS MUCH OF THE  
E CONUS. INITIALLY, THIS WILL DRAW WARM/HIGH MOISTURE CONTENT  
AIR INTO NEW ENGLAND, YIELDING A VERY ANOMALOUS WET EVENT LATE  
WEEK INTO SAT, FOLLOWED BY THE INTRODUCTION OF ARCTIC CP AIRMASS  
AS THE WAVE PHASES WITH BAFFIN ISLAND VORTEX. THIS INFLUX OF  
ARCTIC AIR WILL DOMINATE THROUGH NEXT WEEK, BUT WILL HAVE TO  
MONITOR SHORTWAVES ROTATING THROUGH THE WAVE, WHICH COULD  
GENERATE COASTAL LOW PRES WHICH WILL HAVE TO BE MONITORED. WILL  
CONTINUE TO ADD MOST WEIGHT TO ENSEMBLES FOR THIS FORECAST  
UPDATE, GIVEN THERE ARE STILL SUBTLE THERMAL AND MESOSCALE  
FEATURES WHICH WILL REQUIRE SOME TIME TO FULLY RESOLVE.  
 
DETAILS...  
 
FRI NIGHT INTO SAT...  
*** ANOMALOUS JANUARY EVENT YIELDS FLOODING, STRONG WIND,  
DENSE FOG AND ICING IMPACTS ***  
 
SETUP...  
THE CONTINUED EASTWARD PROGRESSION OF A TIGHT THETA-E GRADIENT  
WILL BE THE CONDUIT BY WHICH TWO FRONTAL WAVES SLIDE THROUGH AND  
INTO NEW ENGLAND, THE FIRST ON FRIDAY (SEE ABOVE) FOLLOWED BY A  
STRONGER WAVE EXPECTED TO CROSS OVER OR NEAR S NEW ENGLAND AS  
IT DEEPENS THROUGH 1000HPA. THIS WILL ENHANCE BOTH RAINFALL RISK  
THANKS TO INCREASED LOWER LVL CONVERGENCE, BUT ALSO ALLOW FOR A  
WEDGE OF COLD AIR TO SEEP IN FROM THE W EARLY SAT, YIELDING THE  
ICING RISK. INFLUENCE OF WARM NOSE AND DRY INTRUSION WILL ALSO  
IMPACT ICING CONDITIONS DURING THE DAYTIME ON SAT, EVEN AS  
ACTUAL WAVE IS SHIFTING TOWARD THE MARITIMES.  
 
FLOODING RISK...  
EACH WAVE, BOTH FRI AND EARLY SAT ARE FED BY HIGH LATENT HEAT  
AIRMASS WHERE PWATS APPROACH 5 STD DEVIATIONS (1.5 INCHES). WARM  
NOSE AROUND MAINLY ABOVE H9, SUGGEST EFFICIENT WARM CLOUD  
PROCESSES NEARLY 10-12KFT ALONG WITH CONDITIONALLY UNSTABLE  
PROFILE. THEREFORE, COULD SEE HEAVY RAINFALL RATES AT TIMES,  
POSSIBLY APPROACHING 1IN/HR IN CONVECTIVE ELEMENTS ESPECIALLY  
ALONG AND JUST E OF THE LOW PRES TRACK (ESPECIALLY E MA AND RI).  
NOHRSC SUGGESTS AROUND 2-4IN OF SWE IN THE SNOWPACK, SO AFTER A  
ROUND OF HEAVY RAIN FRI RIPENS IT, THE HEAVY RAIN COULD YIELD  
HIGH WATER OUTPUT WHICH IS LIKELY TO YIELD URBAN FLOODING AND  
STANDING WATER ESPECIALLY ESPECIALLY IF THE SNOW CLOGS AREA  
DRAINS. THERE IS A LOW RISK THAT FLASHIER RIVERS AND STREAMS MAY  
REACT WITH FLOODING AS WELL GIVEN THE OVERALL RISK FOR 2-4  
INCHES OF RAIN COMBINED WITH THE LIQUID EQUIVALENT OF THE SNOW.  
THIS WILL BE EXACERBATED ESPECIALLY ACROSS THE INTERIOR WHERE  
SOME ICE FORMATION FROM RECENT COLD COULD BREAKUP, PRODUCING  
JAMS.  
 
STRONG WINDS...  
CURRENT PROGS SUGGEST A 60-70 KT SW LLJ AS LOW AS H92 ORIENTED  
ALONG THE SE PORTIONS OF S NEW ENGLAND. PARTICULARLY THE  
CAPE/ISLANDS. THE LACK OF A SNOWPACK IN THESE WILL LIMIT THE  
INVERSION, COMBINED WITH WARMER SSTS ACROSS THIS AREA. IN SPITE  
OF THIS, THE WARM NOSE ABOVE THE SFC, MAINLY H9 AND ABOVE IS  
STILL REASONABLY ROBUST, WHICH IS LIKELY THE REASON CIPS ANALOGS  
CONTINUE TO SHOW LOW PROBABILITIES OF STRONG WINDS. STILL, WITH  
CONVECTIVE PRECIP DRAG OR ENHANCED MIXING, COULD SEE SOME OF  
THIS MOMENTUM REACH THE SFC IN THESE AREAS WITHIN THE CORE AND  
WHERE INVERSION WILL BE WEAKEST. GUSTS TO WIND ADVISORY ARE  
POSSIBLE. TWO MAIN JET CORES FRI NIGHT AND AGAIN EARLY SAT WILL  
BE THE PEAK TIMING FOR THIS RISK, INLAND MITIGATED MIXING AND  
WEAKER LLJ SHOULD KEEP WINDS BELOW CRITERIA.  
 
ICING...  
TWO POTENTIAL ICING IMPACTS. THE FIRST IS BETWEEN 15Z-21Z SAT  
WITH ISALLOBARIC WESTERLIES DRAWING COLD AIR BELOW H92 IN FROM  
THE W. THE TRACK OF THE LOW PRES WILL DETERMINE HOW FAR E THIS  
LOW LVL COLD GETS BEFORE DRIER AIR ALOFT BEGINS TO LIMIT  
RAINFALL RATES. STILL ECMWF CONTINUES TO HIGHLIGHT A NEARLY 20F  
DROP IN SFC TEMPS AS H95 TEMPS DROP ABOUT 10C THROUGH THE  
MORNING. THIS COULD YIELD A PERIOD OF FZRA BEFORE A TRANSITION  
TO FREEZING DRIZZLE WITH DRY SLOT INFLUENCE ALOFT. BEST CHANCE  
FOR NEEDING ADVISORIES LOOK TO BE WORCESTER HILLS W, BUT AS A  
TRANSITION TO MORE OF A DRIZZLE STATE WITH MOIST-UNDER-DRY  
COLUMN, WITH COLD AIR INFLUENCE SOME FREEZING DRIZZLE IS  
POSSIBLE THROUGH THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING FURTHER E. A WINTER  
WX ADVISORY MAY BE NECESSARY. THE OTHER RISK, IS DUE TO THE  
RAPID COOLING ITSELF, COLD ADVECTION YIELDS A RAPID TEMPERATURE  
DROP THROUGH THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING, WITH TEMPS DROPPING FROM  
THE 40S AND LOW 50S EARLY THROUGH TO THE 20S AND LOW 30S (A 20F  
OR SO DROP) BY EVENING. THIS SUGGEST A FLASH FREEZE THROUGH THE  
EVENING, WHICH COULD LEAD TO ICE BUILDING ON WET AREA ROADWAYS.  
THE COMBINATION OF TRAPPED LOW LVL MOISTURE BENEATH THE DRY  
SLOT AND LACK OF STRONG SFC WINDS WILL LIMIT THE ABILITY FOR  
DRYING.  
 
DENSE FOG...  
FRI NIGHT INTO EARLY SAT, WHILE SFC DWPTS REMAIN GENERALLY IN  
THE 40S OR ABOVE, AND AS LONG AS THE SNOWPACK HOLDS, DENSE FOG  
IS LIKELY. EXACERBATED BY A STRONG INVERSION. WHILE THE LOWEST  
VSBYS WILL BE OVER SNOWPACK, THESE COULD STILL IMPACT AREA  
ROADWAYS. THE FOG SHOULD BEGIN DISSIPATING SAT AS DWPTS DROP  
WITHIN THE DRIER COLD AIR FILTERING IN FROM THE W.  
 
SUN INTO MON NIGHT...  
HIGH PRES ASSOCIATED WITH AN ARCTIC AIRMASS SETTLES OVER NEW  
ENGLAND. DRY CONDITIONS PREVAIL AS THIS HIGH PRES MOVES OVER THE  
REGION. H92 TEMPS DROP TO ABOUT -12C BY MON, WHICH SUGGESTS  
HIGHS BELOW NORMAL, MAINLY IN THE 20S WHILE OVERNIGHT LOWS COULD  
DROP INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS THANKS TO GOOD SETUP FOR  
RADIATIONAL COOLING.  
 
TUE INTO THU...  
EVEN ENSEMBLES AGREE WITH DETERMINISTIC MODEL RUNS REGARDING A  
SHORTWAVE ASSOCIATED WITH THE BAFFIN ISLAND VORTEX DEEPENING THE  
LONGWAVE TROF ACROSS THE E CONUS THANKS TO PHASING. AT ODDS IS  
THE TIMING AND EXACT LOCATION OF THE PHASING, WHICH COULD  
DETERMINE WHETHER AN INLAND OR COASTAL LOW PRES DEVELOPS. AT  
THIS TIME, AIRMASS REMAINS COLD ENOUGH TO SUGGEST MAINLY SN AS A  
P-TYPE. BUT THE STRENGTH OF THE RESULTING LOW CONTINUES TO SHOW  
A LOT OF SPREAD. WILL NEED TO WATCH THIS PERIOD, PARTICULARLY  
AFTER THE STORM THIS WEEKEND AS THE SHORTWAVE WILL BEGIN TO BE  
BETTER SAMPLED.  
 

 
   
AVIATION /15Z THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY/
 
 
FORECASTER CONFIDENCE LEVELS...  
 
LOW - LESS THAN 30 PERCENT.  
MODERATE - 30 TO 60 PERCENT.  
HIGH - GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT.  
 
SHORT TERM /THROUGH FRIDAY/...  
 
TODAY..MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
VARIABLE CONDITIONS WITH SOME VFR, WHILE AREAS OF MVFR/IFR  
STRATUS WILL PERSIST ACROSS PORTIONS OF SNE. EXPECT INCREASING  
FOG ESPECIALLY SE OF A LINE FROM BAF-MHT MID AFTERNOON THROUGH  
THE EVENING SUCH THAT MOST LOCATIONS, OUTSIDE OF CAPE/ISLAND  
TERMINALS WILL SEE MAINLY IFR VSBYS/CIGS OVERNIGHT. WINDS MAINLY  
S.  
 
TONIGHT...MODERATE CONFIDENCE. LOW END MVFR TO IFR/LIFR  
CONDITIONS ANTICIPATED IN LOW CLOUDS AND FOG. SOME OF THE FOG  
MAY BECOME LOCALLY DENSE AS HIGH DEWPOINT AIR BEGINS TO OVERRUN  
THE DEEP SNOW PACK IN PLACE. LLWS ALSO EXPECTED TO INCREASE  
TOWARD DAYBREAK.  
 
FRIDAY...MODERATE CONFIDENCE. IFR TO LOCALIZED LIFR CONDITIONS  
EXPECTED IN LOW CLOUDS,FOG AND INCREASING THREAT FOR HEAVY RAIN  
INCREASING FROM WEST TO EAST DURING THE AFTERNOON/EVENING. LLWS  
ALSO EXPECTED AND A RUMBLE OR TWO OF THUNDER CAN NOT BE RULED  
OUT. STRONGEST SURFACE WINDS WILL LIKELY OCCUR ACROSS EASTERN  
MA/RI WHERE SOME SOUTHWEST 35 TO 40 KNOT WIND GUSTS ARE  
POSSIBLE.  
 
KBOS TERMINAL...MODERATE CONFIDENCE. MVFR CONDITIONS MAY  
OVERSPREAD THE TERMINAL THIS AFTERNOON PERHAPS LOWING TO IFR  
THRESHOLDS SOMETIME TONIGHT.  
 
KBDL TERMINAL...LOW CONFIDENCE. SOME GUIDANCE SUGGESTS THAT LOW CLOUDS  
AND DENSE FOG MAY OVERSPREAD THE TERMINAL LATER TODAY,BUT OTHER  
DATA SUGGESTS IT MAY HOLD OFF UNTIL TONIGHT.  
 
OUTLOOK /FRIDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY/...  
 
FRIDAY NIGHT: MAINLY IFR, WITH LOCAL MVFR POSSIBLE. WINDY WITH  
GUSTS TO 35 KT. RA, AREAS FG, SLIGHT CHANCE TSRA, FZRA.  
 
SATURDAY: MAINLY MVFR, WITH AREAS IFR POSSIBLE. STRONG WINDS  
WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 40 KT. RA, AREAS FG, CHANCE DZ, CHANCE  
FZRA, CHANCE FZDZ, CHANCE PL.  
 
SATURDAY NIGHT: MVFR/IFR CONDITIONS POSSIBLE. BREEZY. CHANCE  
FZDZ, CHANCE PL, SLIGHT CHANCE SN.  
 
SUNDAY THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT: VFR.  
 
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DAY: MAINLY VFR, WITH LOCAL IFR POSSIBLE.  
SLIGHT CHANCE SN.  
 

 
   
MARINE
 
 
FORECASTER CONFIDENCE LEVELS...  
 
LOW - LESS THAN 30 PERCENT.  
MODERATE - 30 TO 60 PERCENT.  
HIGH - GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT.  
 
SHORT TERM /THROUGH FRIDAY/...  
 
TODAY AND TONIGHT...MODERATE TO HIGH CONFIDENCE. SOUTHWEST WIND  
GUSTS OF 20 KNOTS EXPECTED IN THE WARM AIR ADVECTION PATTERN  
THROUGH TONIGHT. SOME GUSTS TO 25 KNOTS POSSIBLE ACROSS OUR  
EASTERN MOST OUTER-WATERS WHERE WE WILL HAVE SMALL CRAFT  
HEADLINES. THE REST OF THE WATERS SHOULD GENERALLY REMAIN BELOW  
CRITERIA THROUGH TONIGHT.  
 
FRIDAY...MODERATE CONFIDENCE. INCREASING SOUTHWEST LOW LEVEL JET  
WILL ALLOW FOR BUILDING SEAS AND INCREASING WINDS ACROSS THE  
REGION. STRONG SMALL CRAFT HEADLINES ARE A SURE BET...BUT THE  
POTENTIAL EXISTS FOR MARGINAL GALE FORCE WIND GUSTS DURING THE  
AFTERNOON AND EVENING. HIGHEST RISK FOR THIS WILL BE NEARSHORE  
WHERE BETTER MIXING RESIDES. OPTED TO ISSUE A GALE WATCH FOR ALL  
WATERS AND LATER SHIFTS CAN GO WITH ADVISORIES OR UPGRADE TO  
WARNINGS.  
 
OUTLOOK /FRIDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY/...  
 
FRIDAY NIGHT: MODERATE RISK FOR GALE FORCE WINDS WITH GUSTS UP  
TO 40 KT. ROUGH SEAS UP TO 13 FT. RAIN, AREAS FOG, SLIGHT  
CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS. VISIBILITY 1 NM OR LESS.  
 
SATURDAY: LOW RISK FOR GALE FORCE WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 45 KT.  
ROUGH SEAS UP TO 14 FT. RAIN, AREAS FOG, CHANCE OF DRIZZLE,  
CHANCE OF FREEZING DRIZZLE, SLIGHT CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS.  
LOCAL VISIBILITY 1 NM OR LESS.  
 
SATURDAY NIGHT: WINDS LESS THAN 25 KT. ROUGH SEAS UP TO 11 FT.  
CHANCE OF DRIZZLE, SLIGHT CHANCE OF FREEZING DRIZZLE, SLIGHT  
CHANCE OF SNOW, SLIGHT CHANCE OF SLEET. AREAS OF VISIBILITY  
1 TO 3 NM.  
 
SUNDAY: WINDS LESS THAN 25 KT. ROUGH SEAS UP TO 10 FT. LOCAL  
VISIBILITY 1 TO 3 NM.  
 
SUNDAY NIGHT: WINDS LESS THAN 25 KT. AREAS OF ROUGH SEAS. LOCAL  
VISIBILITY 1 TO 3 NM.  
 
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DAY: WINDS LESS THAN 25 KT. SEAS UP TO  
5 FT. SLIGHT CHANCE OF SNOW. VISIBILITY 1 TO 3 NM.  
 

 
   
BOX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
 
 
CT...FLOOD WATCH FROM FRIDAY MORNING THROUGH SATURDAY AFTERNOON FOR  
CTZ002>004.  
MA...FLOOD WATCH FROM FRIDAY MORNING THROUGH SATURDAY AFTERNOON FOR  
MAZ002>024-026.  
RI...FLOOD WATCH FROM FRIDAY MORNING THROUGH SATURDAY AFTERNOON FOR  
RIZ001>008.  
MARINE...GALE WATCH FROM FRIDAY MORNING THROUGH FRIDAY EVENING FOR  
ANZ230>237-250-251-254>256.  
SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY UNTIL 10 AM EST FRIDAY FOR ANZ250.  
 

 
 

 
SYNOPSIS...FRANK/DOODY  
NEAR TERM...KJC  
SHORT TERM...FRANK  
LONG TERM...DOODY  
AVIATION...KJC/FRANK/DOODY  
MARINE...FRANK/DOODY  
 
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