Area Forecast Discussion
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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service New York NY
425 AM EDT SAT AUG 27 2016

.SYNOPSIS...
High pressure builds across the tri-state area for this weekend.
A cold front will then approach the area Sunday night and slowly
move through on Monday. High pressure follows for Tuesday.
Another cold front moves through late Wednesday into Wednesday
night with high pressure for the end of the week.

&&

.NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 PM THIS EVENING/...
Heights build aloft today as an upper high centered over the Mid
Atlantic states expands northward into New England. At the same
time, surface high pressure builds across eastern Canada and New
England. This will allow for the development of an E/SE flow at
the surface, undercutting the warm air aloft. The area will be
capped with plenty of sun and daytime highs several degrees above
normal, ranging from the lower 80s along the immediate coast, to
the mid upper 80s most other locations.

&&

.SHORT TERM /6 PM THIS EVENING THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT/...
High pressure both aloft and at the surface persists into Sunday
with dry, warm conditions. Readings will generally remain a few
degrees above normal. Highs on Sunday look to be a touch cooler
than Saturday with a lowering subsidence inversion and a shallower
mixed layer. There should be few if any clouds through Sunday.

Upper trough across the upper midwest translates east tonight
through Monday, sending a cold front toward the region Sunday
night into Monday. Cold front will pass through late Monday
morning NW of NYC and by early evening far eastern LI and SE CT.
Marginal instability and weak shear along and ahead of the front
point to isolated coverage of any showers or thunderstorms that
develop.

Highs Monday will be a bit warmer due to steeper lapse rates and
warm advection ahead of the front. Interior locations and the NYC
metro will come close to 90.

High pressure builds in from the NW Monday night.

&&

.LONG TERM /TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY/...
High pressure builds across the area on Tuesday. Another cold
frontal passage late Wednesday will have limited moisture to work
with, so the chances for precipitation will once again not be
very high. Thereafter, surface high pressure moves in through the
end of the week.

Temperatures through the week should average above normal with not
much in the way of cold air advection behind these weak fronts.
Cooler air will finally move in for Friday however, as an upper
level trough sets up over the Northeast beginning Wednesday in
association with upper level low developing over southeastern
Canada. It will also be on the humid side through much of the week,
but not oppressively so. Dew points will be in the 60s to near 70 at
times, but start to decrease on Thursday after the passage of the
second cold front, and continue to drop into the 50s on Friday with
as dry northwesterly sets up. In fact, went a couple of degrees
below guidance for Friday and Friday night in regards to dew points
as the models are probably overdoing the dew points with the
northwesterly set up.

&&

.AVIATION /08Z SATURDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY/...
VFR as high pressure builds over the terminals today.

Light N-NE flow early this morning. Winds will then veer to the
SE by early this afternoon around 10 kt. Timing of wind shift to
the SE may be off by an hour or two.

SE Winds diminish tonight to around 5 kt at city terminals and
light and variable elsewhere.

.Outlook for 06Z Sunday through Wednesday...
.Sunday...VFR.
.Monday-Wednesday...VFR. A shower or thunderstorm possible each
day.

&&

.MARINE...
Wind and seas will be slow to build into early next week in
response to long period swells being generated by distant
Tropical Cyclone Gaston. Refer to advisories from the NHC for
latest forecast information.

5 ft seas develop over the eastern ocean zone late in the day
Tuesday, but possibly as early as Monday.

Waves come down below 5 ft for Thursday onward.

&&

.HYDROLOGY...
No significant widespread precipitation is expected through the
forecast period.

&&

.OKX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
CT...None.
NY...None.
NJ...None.
MARINE...None.

&&

$$

SYNOPSIS...DW
NEAR TERM...DW
SHORT TERM...DW
LONG TERM...JP
AVIATION...DS
MARINE...JP/DW
HYDROLOGY...DW


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