Wet weather continues across Pacific Northwest and New England
Two developing storm systems will continue to bring heavy rain to opposite coasts of the U.S. on Thursday. One system is affecting the Pacific Northwest and northern California while the other affects New England. There is a risk of flash flooding across parts of New England on Thursday where Flash Flood Watches are in effect.
2NM WNW Georgetown Nearshore Wreck MR
Marine Point Forecast [NOTICE]
- SynopsisHIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD IN FROM THE WEST AS LOW PRESSURE DEEPENS
OVER THE MID ATLANTIC TONIGHT. THE LOW WILL SLOWLY MOVE TO THE
NORTHEAST TO OFF NOVA SCOTIA BY LATE FRIDAY WHILE HIGH PRESSURE
RIDGES OVER THE LOCAL WATERS THROUGH THE WEEKEND AND INTO EARLY
- Overnight NNW wind around 13 kt. Clear. Seas 2 to 3 ft.
- Thursday NNW wind 8 to 13 kt. Sunny. Seas 1 to 2 ft.
- Thursday Night W wind around 10 kt becoming NNW after midnight. Mostly clear. Seas 1 to 2 ft.
- Friday N wind 5 to 9 kt becoming variable and less than 5 kt in the afternoon. Sunny. Seas around 1 ft.
- Friday Night Variable winds less than 5 kt becoming WNW around 6 kt after midnight. Mostly clear. Seas around 1 ft.
- Saturday N wind 6 to 8 kt. Sunny. Seas around 1 ft.
- Saturday Night WNW wind around 7 kt. Mostly clear. Seas around 1 ft.
- Sunday NW wind around 9 kt becoming N in the afternoon. Sunny. Seas around 2 ft.
- Sunday Night N wind around 8 kt becoming NE after midnight. Mostly clear. Seas around 2 ft.
This forecast is for a single location. For safety concerns, mariners should be aware of the weather over a larger area.
Forecast information for a larger area can be found within the zone
forecast and the NDFD graphics.
The forecast conditions at a particular point may not exceed the criteria of a Small Craft Advisory, Gale, Storm etc.
These watches/warnings/advisories are issued for the entire zone in which the point resides and mariners should act accordingly.
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