Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS61 KOKX 310311

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service New York NY
1111 PM EDT MON MAY 30 2016

A weak cold front passes tonight. High pressure then builds down
from southeastern Canada from Tuesday through Thursday, then
retreats to the northeast Thursday night. A cold front approaches
from the west on Friday, then moves across the region early this


A narrow line of showers extending from srn NJ through srn RI has
developed late this eve. Have adjusted pops to account for this
which HRRR has somewhat of a handle on. Otherwise...hourly temps
and dewpoints were generally too low and adjusted based on obs and
trends for the next few hours.

Fog and stratus continue to improve across Long Island and se
CT...however think this is temporary and should come back down
with temps approaching their dewpoints.

Front moves across the area overnight with any remaining showers
shifting offshore.

Mos blend for overnight lows with temps in the 60s.


It appears that weak surface front stalls and weakens nearby
Tuesday. Mid and upper level trough passes to the north across New
England during the day. Drier air will filter in from the northwest
as high pressure builds from canada.

In general, expect dry conditions with sunshine during the day, and
partly cloudy to mostly clear skies at night.

Daytime highs will range from the mid 70s to mid 80s, per MOS.

Lows Tuesday night should range from the 50s across the interior
to the mid 60s in and around NYC under better radiational cooling

There is a moderate risk of rip current development at Atlantic
facing beaches on Tuesday.


High pressure on Wednesday results in a sunny day. With an onshore
flow and limited mixing depth, have gone close to superblend for
high temps as MET mos looked too warm and MAV mos looked too cool.
High pressure shifts farther east on Thursday but should still keep
all rain associated with the remnants of Bonnie well to our south.
Winds and mixing depth will be similar to Wednesday`s, but maybe a
little more in the way of cloud cover. High temp forecast is
therefore slightly cooler than Wednesday.

A slow-moving cold front then brings low chances of showers to
roughly the western half of the cwa. Better overall chances then
arrive Friday into Friday night as the front moves through, but pops
are capped at chance for now. Timing of the frontal passage is still
in question, but kept a slight chance of showers on Saturday.
Saturday could however end up being entirely dry across the area.
Enough CAPE is progged in the area to mention thunder Friday through
Saturday. Friday`s high temps look to be at or a couple degrees
below normal, with Saturday being a few degrees higher than normal.

Upper troughing over the region begins on Sunday and lasts into
Monday. This will help a broad surface low shift into the area
during this period. Whether or not a secondary surface low forms and
passes nearby is uncertain, but the parent low and associated fronts
present chances of rain/showers/thunderstorms during this period.


A cold front will approach late tonight moving across early

Conds have improved to VFR across Long Island and se CT with IFR
only remaining at KBDR. Think this is temporary with decreasing
dewpoint depressions and conds should come back down to MVFR or IFR
overnight...however the timing could be off a few hours.
Meanwhile...MVFR has develop at the city terminals. This should
hold until late tonight when winds shift more sw with VFR

Some showers from remnants of Bonnie may impact KISP/KGON until
late tonight.

moderate to high confidence in wind forecast. sea breeze develops
at the coast tue aftn.

.OUTLOOK FOR 00Z Wednesday through Saturday...
.Tuesday Night-Wednesday Night...VFR.
.Thursday...Mainly VFR. E winds G15-20kt.
.Thursday Night...Chance of showers with brief MVFR conditions.
.Friday-Saturday...Chance of showers and thunderstorms with brief
MVFR conditions.


Fog over the eastern waters will be dense. Dense fog advisory
continues through the entire night.

As a weak front approaches and stalls over the waters through
Tuesday, expect southerly winds to remain fairly light. Winds
turn to the north Tuesday night as high pressure builds.

For now, it appears that there will not be a significant enough
swell to bring seas to SCA levels through Tuesday night.

Sub-sca conditions are expected Wednesday with winds less than 20 kt
and ocean seas 3 to 4 ft. An easterly wind increases on Thursday,
building seas up to 5 ft on the ocean along with some gusts up to 25
kt possible. Winds then become lighter Thursday night and Friday,
however remain onshore. A lingering swell could therefore prolong 5
ft seas into this period. Otherwise, sub-sca conds are likely
through Saturday.


Widespread significant rainfall is not expected through Tuesday
night. A few heavier showers and possible thunderstorms could result
in local urban and poor drainage flooding this evening.

Thereafter, no widespread significant rainfall is expected
through the upcoming weekend.


MARINE...Dense Fog Advisory until 6 AM EDT Tuesday for ANZ330-340-345-


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