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FXUS61 KBOX 161106  
AFDBOX  
 
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOSTON/NORTON MA  
706 AM EDT WED OCT 16 2019  
   
SYNOPSIS
 
 
HIGH PRESSURE JUST OFFSHORE WILL PROVIDE DRY WEATHER THIS  
MORNING. HOWEVER A POWERFUL COASTAL STORM DEVELOPS ALONG THE NJ  
COAST LATE TODAY AND THEN MOVES NORTHEAST UP THE I-95 CORRIDOR  
OF CT, RI AND MA TONIGHT INTO THURSDAY. THIS WILL BRING PERIODS  
OF VERY HEAVY RAIN AND STRONG TO PERHAPS DAMAGING WINDS TO THE  
REGION BEFORE EXITING THE REGION LATER THURSDAY. HIGH PRESSURE  
BUILDS IN WITH COOL, WINDY CONDITIONS THE REST OF THURSDAY  
THROUGH FRIDAY. MILDER TEMPERATURES WITH CONTINUED DRY  
CONDITIONS EXPECTED THIS WEEKEND AS HIGH PRESSURE MOVES  
OVERHEAD. THERE WILL BE A CHANCE FOR SHOWERS MONDAY NIGHT AND  
TUESDAY AS THE NEXT WEATHER SYSTEM APPROACHES FROM THE WEST.  
 

 
   
NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 PM THIS EVENING/
 
 
650 AM UPDATE...  
 
LIGHT/VARIABLE OR CALM WINDS WERE THE RULE ACROSS THE REGION AT  
10Z, ALONG WITH SOME PATCHY FOG ACROSS SOME OF THE NORMAL FOG  
SPOTS IN NE CT/N RI INTO INTERIOR E MASS. NOTING VSBY DOWN TO 1  
3/4SM AT KPYM AND 3SM AT KOWD. OTHERWISE, SKIES WERE MAINLY  
CLEAR AT SUNRISE AS SEEN ON THE 10Z GOES-EAST NIGHTTIME  
MICROPHYSICS RGB SATELLITE IMAGERY.  
 
TEMPS HAVE FALLEN TO THE 30S ACROSS MOST AREAS AWAY FROM THE  
IMMEDIATE COAST, EXCEPT 44 DEGREES AT KORH AT 10Z, WHILE THE  
IMMEDIATE COAST HAD READINGS UP TO THE MID 40S AND UP TO 50  
DEGREES AT KPVC.  
 
EXPECT CLEAR SKIES THROUGH MID MORNING, THEN HIGH CLOUDS WILL  
FILTER ACROSS WESTERN AREAS BY MIDDAY. TEMPS SHOULD REACH THE  
50S FOR MOST AREAS, EXCEPT AROUND 60 DEGREES ACROSS INTERIOR E  
MASS AND ALONG PORTIONS OF THE S COAST.  
 
PREVIOUS DISCUSSION...  
 
TODAY...  
 
TEMPS WILL REBOUND TO 60-65 THIS AFTERNOON (VERY CLOSE TO  
NORMAL) AS MORNING SUNSHINE COMBINES WITH INCREASING ONSHORE  
FLOW THIS AFTERNOON WITH SST STILL IN THE UPPER 50S TO LOWER  
60S, HELPING TO ERODE SHALLOW LOW LEVEL COLD AIR OVER THE REGION  
THIS MORNING.  
 
THEN INCREASING CLOUDS THIS AFTERNOON FOLLOWED BY RAIN  
OVERSPREADING THE REGION AROUND 5 PM WESTERN CT/MA AND CLOSER TO  
8/9PM FOR RI AND EASTERN MA. THIS IS IN RESPONSE TO STRONG JET  
DYNAMICS APPROACHING THE REGION FROM THE SOUTHWEST.  
 

 
   
SHORT TERM /6 PM THIS EVENING THROUGH 6 PM THURSDAY/
 
 
400 AM UPDATE...  
 
*** STRONG TO DAMAGING WINDS POSSIBLE TONIGHT AND THURSDAY ***  
*** HEAVY RAIN TONIGHT WITH LOCALIZED 3-4" AMOUNTS POSSIBLE ***  
 
SIGNIFICANT COASTAL STORM TO IMPACT THE REGION TONIGHT INTO THU WITH  
STRONG TO PERHAPS DAMAGING WINDS ALONG WITH VERY HEAVY RAIN LIKELY  
YIELDING POOR DRAINAGE/URBAN FLOODING. POWERFUL COASTAL STORM THE  
RESULT OF STRONG JET DYNAMICS YIELDING A NEGATIVE TILT MID LEVEL  
TROUGH AND SUPPORTING EXPLOSIVE CYCLOGENESIS. SECONDARY LOW PRES  
BEGINS TO DEVELOP OVER THE MID ATLC REGION LATER THIS MORNING AT  
ABOUT 1007 MB AND THEN RAPIDLY DEEPENS ABOUT 32 MB IN 24 HRS WITH A  
975 BOMB CYCLONE OVER NORTHEAST MA/SOUTHEAST NH! THIS WILL LIKELY  
HAVE SOME WEATHER IMPACTS HERE TONIGHT INTO THU. HERE ARE THE  
DETAILS.  
 
MODELS ...  
 
VERY GOOD AGREEMENT FROM BOTH GLOBAL AND HI RES GUIDANCE ON  
SIGNIFICANT TROUGH AMPLIFICATION WITH MID LEVEL HEIGHTS CRASHING AND  
GIVING WAY TO EXPLOSIVE CYCLOGENESIS FROM THE NJ COAST THIS EVENING  
AND THEN COASTAL LOW TRACKING ALONG OR NEAR THE I-95 CORRIDOR OF  
CT/RI AND EASTERN MA OVERNIGHT.  
 
STRONG TO DAMAGING WIND THREAT ...  
 
WIND THREAT WILL COME IN TWO SURGES, FIRST PULSE WILL BE WITH  
ANOMALOUS LOW LEVEL SE JET UP TO 70-75 KT MOVING ACROSS RI AND  
EASTERN MA 03Z-06Z TONIGHT. MODEL SOUNDINGS SUGGEST LOW LEVEL LAPSE  
RATES ARE NEARLY NEUTRAL WITH LOW LEVEL JET NOT MIXING DOWN TO THE  
SURFACE. HOWEVER OUR MECHANISMS AT WORK HERE WHICH INCLUDE STRONG  
PRESSURE/RISE COUPLET THAT WILL ENHANCE ISALLOBARIC WIND COMPONENT.  
IN ADDITION ISOLATED ELEVATED CONVECTION POSSIBLE ON THE NOSE OF  
APPROACHING DRY SLOT. THUS VERY HEAVY RAINFALL MAY ENHANCE WIND  
TRANSFER FROM ALOFT. FINALLY WITH TREES REMAINING FULLY LEAVED LESS  
WIND REQUIRED FOR TREE DAMAGE AND POSSIBLE POWER OUTAGES. GIVEN THE  
REASONING ABOVE WILL HOIST A WIND ADVISORY TONIGHT FOR THE ENTIRE  
COASTLINE OF MA/RI WITH STRONGEST WINDS LIKELY OVER CAPE COD AND  
ISLANDS. LOW PROB OF HIGH WIND CRITERIA OCCURRING SO LATER SHIFTS  
WILL HAVE MONITOR MODEL TRENDS. HIGHEST RISK OF STRONG TO DAMAGING  
WINDS MAY ARRIVE AROUND DAYBREAK THU OR SHORTLY THEREAFTER AS VERY  
STRONG PRESSURE/RISE COUPLET MOVES ACROSS THE AREA. THIS COMBINED  
WITH WINDS SHIFTING TO THE WEST AND LOW LEVEL COOL AIR ADVECTION  
STEEPENING LAPSE RATES, RISK FOR 60+ MPH GUSTS EXIST ESPECIALLY OVER  
CAPE COD AND ISLANDS WHERE RELATIVELY WARM SST WILL PROMOTE DEEP  
BLYR MIXING PER MODEL SOUNDINGS. THUS HAVE OPTED FOR A HIGH WIND  
WATCH HERE AND WIND ADVISORIES WESTWARD INTO RI AND EASTERN MA  
INCLUDING THE BOSTON TO PROVIDENCE CORRIDOR. LATER SHIFTS MAY NEED  
TO EXPAND WIND ADVISORY WESTWARD INTO CT AND WESTERN-CENTRAL MA.  
 
HEAVY RAIN/FLOOD THREAT ...  
 
GOOD MODEL AGREEMENT (GLOBAL AND HI RES) FOR RAIN TO OVERSPREAD THE  
REGION 4-7 PM ACROSS CT AND WESTERN-CENTRAL MA, THEN INTO RI AND  
EASTERN MA 7-10 PM. VERY STRONG JET DYNAMICS COMBINED WITH PWATS  
NEAR 1.5 INCHES AND INSTABILITY ALOFT FROM APPROACHING DRY SLOT WILL  
RESULT IN PERIODS OF VERY HEAVY RAINFALL TONIGHT FROM APPROXIMATELY  
10 PM TO 5 AM FROM SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST. BOTH GLOBAL AND HI RES  
GUIDANCE SUPPORTING RAINFALL AMOUNTS FROM 1.5 TO 3 INCHES WITH  
ISOLATED AMOUNTS UP TO 4 TO 5 INCHES POSSIBLE IN THE UPSLOPE REGIONS  
OF THE WORCESTER HILLS AND EAST SLOPES OF THE BERKSHIRES. RIVER AND  
STREAMFLOWS ARE RUNNING BELOW NORMAL SO LOTS OF CAPACITY TO TAKE ON  
HEAVY RAINFALL. THEREFORE NOT EXPECTING ANY RIVER/STREAM FLOODING SO  
NO FLOOD HEADLINES AT THIS TIME. HOWEVER RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF THIS  
MAGNITUDE WILL RESULT IN POOR DRAINAGE/URBAN FLOODING. WHAT WILL  
LIKELY MINIMIZE FLOOD IMPACTS IS THAT THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL WILL  
LIKELY FALL AFTER THE LATE DAY COMMUTE TODAY AND THEN END BEFORE THE  
MORNING COMMUTE THU.  
 

 
   
LONG TERM /THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY/
 
 
OVERVIEW...  
 
H5 CUTOFF LOW PRES APPROACHING THE MID MAINE COAST WITH LONG WAVE  
TROUGH EXTENDING TO THE CAROLINA COAST BY AROUND 00Z FRI WHICH  
SLOWLY LIFTS NE TO NEAR PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND AND THE GULF OF ST.  
LAWRENCE BY FRI NIGHT. HIGH AMPLITUDE RIDGE BUILDS FROM HUDSON BAY  
TO THE OHIO/TENNESSEE VALLEYS FRI NIGHT, SHIFTING SLOWLY E WHILE  
ANOTHER DIGGING MID LEVEL TROUGH DEVELOPS FROM THE NORTHERN ROCKIES  
TO THE CENTRAL PLAINS AND N TX DURING THE WEEKEND.  
 
ACROSS THE NE U.S., MID LEVEL STEERING FLOW BECOMES RATHER BROAD AND  
SOMEWHAT PROGRESSIVE DURING THE UPCOMING WEEKEND. RIDGING BUILDS IN  
RESPONSE TO DIGGING TROUGH/CUTOFF LOW ACROSS THE CENTRAL U.S. LATE  
THIS WEEKEND INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK. SOME MODEL SPREAD WITH POSITION  
AND TRACK OF APPROACHING WARM FRONT AS LOW DEVELOPS ACROSS N GREAT  
LAKES INTO S ONTARIO LATE MON NIGHT/TUE.  
 
ANOTHER SYSTEM MAY APPROACH LATE THIS WEEKEND OR EARLY NEXT WEEK AS  
ANOTHER CUTOFF MID LEVEL LOW DEVELOPS AND SHIFTS SLOWLY E OUT OF THE  
GREAT LAKES. SOME QUESTIONS ON TIMING AND TRACK OF THE ASSOCIATED  
SURFACE SYSTEM AND FRONT, WHICH WILL BE DEPENDENT UPON THE EXIT OF  
THE HIGH AMPLITUDE RIDGE AXIS. COULD SEE ANOTHER AREA OF LOCALLY  
HEAVY RAINFALL WITH THE POTENTIAL OF A TROPICAL MOISTURE PLUME THAT  
MAY WORK NE OUT OF THE GULF OF MEXICO.  
 
CONFIDENCE REMAINS HIGH FOR THE EARLY PORTION OF THIS FORECAST, FROM  
THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH MOST OF THE WEEKEND, THEN LOWERS WITH MODEL  
SOLUTION SPREAD INCREASING. TIMING ISSUES WITH THE RE-BUILDING OF  
THE HIGH AMPLITUDE RIDGE THAT SLOWLY CROSSES NEW ENGLAND THIS  
WEEKEND, THEN THE SUBSEQUENT APPROACH OF THE WARM FRONT SOMETIME  
EARLY NEXT WEEK. THIS LENDS TO LOWER CONFIDENCE DURING THE SUNDAY  
NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY TIMEFRAME.  
 
DETAILS...  
 
THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY...  
 
H5 CUTOFF LOW AND ASSOCIATED SURFACE SYSTEM WILL PUSH OUT OF EASTERN  
MASS INTO THE NH SEACOAST AND SW MAINE THU EVENING, MOVING ALONG THE  
MAINE COAST THEN INTO THE MARITIMES BY FRI MORNING.  
 
HOWEVER, UNSTABLE CONDITIONS WILL LINGER THANKS TO THE COLD POOL  
ALOFT ACROSS THE REGION AND THE STRONG CYCLONIC FLOW, SCATTERED  
SHOWERS WILL LINGER ACROSS N MASS TO THE E SLOPES OF THE BERKSHIRES  
THU NIGHT, THEN WILL DIMINISH OVERNIGHT INTO EARLY FRIDAY MORNING.  
 
LAPSE RATES INCREASE AGAIN BY MID MORNING FRIDAY, SO COULD SEE NW  
WINDS GUSTING FROM 25 TO 35 KT, POSSIBLY A BIT HIGHER ALONG THE  
COAST DURING FRIDAY.  
 
WITH COOLER AIR WORKING IN ON THE NW WIND FLOW, EXPECT TEMPS TO  
BOTTOM OUT IN THE 40S THU NIGHT, THEN WILL RISE TO THE 50S ACROSS  
MOST LOCATIONS, BUT A FEW SPOTS ACROSS THE E SLOPES OF THE  
BERKSHIRES MAY NOT BREAK 50.  
 
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY...  
 
LARGE HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS SLOWLY ACROSS THE NORTHEAST THIS WEEKEND.  
SHOULD SEE MAINLY CLEAR SKIES SATURDAY INTO EARLY SUNDAY, THEN SOME  
CLOUDS MAY START TO PUSH IN DURING THE MIDDAY AND AFTERNOON HOURS.  
LIGHT WINDS SATURDAY NIGHT INTO EARLY SUNDAY MAY ALLOW TEMPS TO DROP  
TO THE MID-UPPER 30S IN THE NORMALLY COLDER VALLEY LOCATIONS.  
 
TEMPS WILL REMAIN ON THE COOL SIDE ON SATURDAY AS H925 TEMPS FROM  
+6C TO +8C TRANSLATES TO HIGHS RANGING FROM THE MID-UPPER 50S ACROSS  
THE HIGHER INLAND TERRAIN AND ALONG THE COAST, RANGING TO AROUND 60  
ACROSS INTERIOR E MASS INTO RI AS WELL AS THE MID AND LOWER CT  
VALLEY. ON SUNDAY, H925 TEMPS RISE TO +9C TO +11C, SO READINGS WILL  
TOP OFF IN THE LOWER-MID 60S, UP TO 5 DEGREES ABOVE SEASONAL  
NORMALS.  
 
SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY...  
 
ANOTHER CUTOFF MID LEVEL LOW AND ASSOCIATED FRONTAL SYSTEM MAY  
APPROACH LATE SUNDAY NIGHT, WITH ANOTHER ROUND OF SHOWERS POSSIBLE  
MONDAY INTO TUESDAY.  
 
WITH E-SE WIND FLOW IN PLACE, WHICH SHIFTS TO S-SW AS H5 RIDGE AXIS  
SHIFTS E, MAY SEE ANOTHER SHOT OF PRECIP PUSHING NORTHWARD. NOTING A  
POTENT PWAT MOISTURE PLUME WORKING UP THE EASTERN SEABOARD FROM THE  
GULF OF MEXICO LATE MON NIGHT INTO TUE. GEFS PWAT VALUES SIGNALING  
UP TO 3-4 SD ABOVE NORMAL FOR MID-LATE OCTOBER BY 12Z TUE (ABOUT 1.6  
TO 1.8 INCHES AS SEEN ON 00Z GFS MODEL). STILL QUITE A BIT OF TIME  
TO SEE IF THIS SIGNAL CONTINUES.  
 
WITH THE DIGGING MID LEVEL TROUGH TO THE W OF THE REGION, THE  
GENERAL S-SW WIND FLOW WILL ALLOW THIS PRECIP TO SHIFT ACROSS THE  
REGION. SOME TIMING ISSUES REMAIN IN PLACE DUE TO MODEL SOLUTION  
SPREAD.  
 

 
   
AVIATION /12Z WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY/
 
 
FORECASTER CONFIDENCE LEVELS...  
 
LOW - LESS THAN 30 PERCENT.  
MODERATE - 30 TO 60 PERCENT.  
HIGH - GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT.  
 
SHORT TERM /THROUGH THURSDAY/...  
 
11Z UPDATE ...  
 
TODAY...  
 
A FEW ISOLATED SPOTS ACROSS NE CT INTO N RI AND INTERIOR SE  
MASS REPORTED MVFR CIGS/VSBYS AT 10Z, WHICH SHOULD IMPROVE TO  
VFR BY AROUND 13Z. OTHERWISE, VFR CONDITIONS EXPECTED THROUGH  
EARLY THIS AFTERNOON WITH LIGHT WINDS. CONDITIONS WILL LOWER TO  
MVFR AS RAIN MOVES INTO WESTERN CT/MA AROUND 21Z AND BY 00Z  
ACROSS RI AND EASTERN MA. IFR POSSIBLY BY 00Z ACROSS WESTERN  
MA/RI. RAIN WILL QUICKLY BECOME HEAVY AT TIMES. EAST TO  
SOUTHEAST WINDS DEVELOP THIS AFTERNOON, INCREASING TO 25 KT  
ALONG THE COAST BY 00Z.  
 
TONIGHT...  
 
MAINLY IFR IN PERIODS OF VERY HEAVY RAIN AND LIFR AT TIMES. SE  
WINDS UP TO 45 KT ALONG THE COAST INCLUDING CAPE COD AND  
ISLANDS. LLWS AWAY FROM THE COAST WHERE SURFACE WINDS NOT AS  
STRONG. ISOLATED TSRA POSSIBLE 00Z-09Z SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST.  
 
THURSDAY...  
 
MVFR/IFR AT DAYBREAK TRENDING TO VFR/MVFR WITH SCATTERED  
SHOWERS. STRONG WEST WINDS DEVELOPING AROUND SUNRISE AND  
CONTINUING THRU THE MORNING INTO THE AFTERNOON WITH GUSTS UP TO  
40 KT POSSIBLE EXCEPT UP TO 50 KT POSSIBLE CAPE COD AND THE  
ISLANDS.  
 
KBOS TERMINAL...HIGH CONFIDENCE IN TAF. SOME UNCERTAINTY ON HOW  
STRONG WINDS WILL BECOME TONIGHT AND THU.  
 
KBDL TERMINAL...HIGH CONFIDENCE IN TAF. SOME UNCERTAINTY ON HOW  
STRONG WINDS WILL BECOME TONIGHT AND THU.  
 
OUTLOOK /THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY/...MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
 
THURSDAY NIGHT: MAINLY VFR, WITH AREAS MVFR POSSIBLE. STRONG  
WINDS WITH LOCAL GUSTS UP TO 40 KT.  
 
FRIDAY: MAINLY VFR, WITH LOCAL MVFR POSSIBLE. WINDY WITH LOCAL  
GUSTS UP TO 30 KT.  
 
FRIDAY NIGHT: VFR. BREEZY.  
 
SATURDAY THROUGH SUNDAY: VFR.  
 

 
   
MARINE
 
 
FORECASTER CONFIDENCE LEVELS...  
 
LOW - LESS THAN 30 PERCENT.  
MODERATE - 30 TO 60 PERCENT.  
HIGH - GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT.  
 
SHORT TERM /THROUGH THURSDAY/...HIGH CONFIDENCE.  
 
*** STORM WATCH POSTED TONIGHT & THU EASTERN MA WATERS ***  
 
TODAY...  
 
HIGH PRES EAST OF MA PROVIDES LIGHT WINDS THIS MORNING AND DRY  
WEATHER BUT ESE WINDS INCREASE UP TO 25 KT BY SUNSET ALONG WITH RAIN  
OVERSPREADING RI WATERS LATE.  
 
TONIGHT...  
 
POWERFUL LOW PRES DEVELOPS OFF THE NJ COAST AND THEN TRACKS UP THE I-  
95 CORRIDOR OF CT/RI/MA TONIGHT INTO THU. ESE STORM FORCE GUSTS ARE  
POSSIBLE OUTER WATERS OF MA, GALES ELSEWHERE. VERY HEAVY RAIN WILL  
REDUCE VSBY.  
 
THURSDAY...  
 
975 MB LOW OVER NORTHEAST MA/SOUTHEAST MA THU MORNING THEN LIFTING  
INTO NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND. STORM FORCE WEST WINDS POSSIBLE. POOR  
VSBY IN SHOWERS AND FOG EARLY WILL IMPROVE WITH WIND SHIFT TO THE  
WEST.  
 
OUTLOOK /THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY/...MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
 
THURSDAY NIGHT: STRONG WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 40 KT. ROUGH SEAS  
UP TO 16 FT. SLIGHT CHANCE OF RAIN SHOWERS.  
 
FRIDAY: MODERATE RISK FOR SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY WINDS WITH GUSTS  
UP TO 30 KT. AREAS OF ROUGH SEAS.  
 
FRIDAY NIGHT: LOW RISK FOR SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY WINDS WITH  
GUSTS UP TO 25 KT. AREAS OF SEAS APPROACHING 5 FT.  
 
SATURDAY: WINDS LESS THAN 25 KT. SEAS LOCALLY APPROACHING 5 FT.  
 
SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY: WINDS LESS THAN 25 KT.  
 

 
   
BOX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
 
 
CT...NONE.  
MA...WIND ADVISORY FROM 10 PM THIS EVENING TO 6 PM EDT THURSDAY FOR  
MAZ020-021.  
WIND ADVISORY FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TO 6 PM EDT THURSDAY FOR  
MAZ007-014>016-019.  
WIND ADVISORY FROM 7 AM TO 5 PM EDT THURSDAY FOR MAZ005-006-  
012-013-017-018.  
WIND ADVISORY FROM 10 PM THIS EVENING TO 7 AM EDT THURSDAY FOR  
MAZ022>024.  
HIGH WIND WATCH FROM THURSDAY MORNING THROUGH THURSDAY  
AFTERNOON FOR MAZ022>024.  
RI...WIND ADVISORY FROM 10 PM THIS EVENING TO 6 PM EDT THURSDAY FOR  
RIZ004>008.  
WIND ADVISORY FROM 7 AM TO 5 PM EDT THURSDAY FOR RIZ001>003.  
MARINE...STORM WATCH FROM THURSDAY MORNING THROUGH THURSDAY AFTERNOON  
FOR ANZ232-233-254-255.  
GALE WARNING FROM 1 AM TO 8 PM EDT THURSDAY FOR ANZ230.  
GALE WARNING FROM 11 PM THIS EVENING TO 8 PM EDT THURSDAY FOR  
ANZ231.  
GALE WARNING FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TO 8 PM EDT THURSDAY FOR  
ANZ236.  
GALE WARNING FROM 7 PM THIS EVENING TO 4 AM EDT FRIDAY FOR  
ANZ235-237.  
GALE WARNING FROM 10 PM THIS EVENING TO 4 AM EDT FRIDAY FOR  
ANZ234.  
STORM WATCH FROM THIS EVENING THROUGH LATE TONIGHT FOR ANZ250-  
251.  
GALE WARNING FROM 7 PM THIS EVENING TO 6 AM EDT FRIDAY FOR  
ANZ256.  
 

 
 

 
SYNOPSIS...NOCERA/EVT  
NEAR TERM...NOCERA/EVT  
SHORT TERM...NOCERA  
LONG TERM...EVT  
AVIATION...NOCERA/EVT  
MARINE...NOCERA/EVT  
 
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