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MARINE WEATHER DISCUSSION FOR N ATLANTIC OCEAN
NWS OCEAN PREDICTION CENTER WASHINGTON DC
338 AM EST MON JAN 26 2015

.FORECAST DISCUSSION: MAJOR FEATURES/WINDS/SEAS/SIGNIFICANT
.WEATHER FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN W OF 50W FROM 30N TO 50N.

THE IR SAT IMG SHOW SOME CONV CLDS JUST MOVING INTO THE NW PARTS
WITH NO LIGHTNG. THE RADAR INDCT NO TSTMS CELLS OVR THE REGION. AT
0600Z STRNG LOW PRES 948 MB SW OF GREENLAND WITH HURCN FORCE
WINDS HAS A CLD FRNT STRCHNG SW INTO THE BALT CANYN WTRS THEN
LEAVES THE WTRS OVR SRN NJ SHORE AND CONTINUES INLAND. DVLPG LOW
PRES 1003 MB NR KY/WV STATES HAS FRNT STRCHNG SW. WEAK HGH PRES
1022 MB OVR CANADA XTNDS A WEAK RIDGE SE ACRS THE GRT LAKES
REGION. THE PRES GRDNT IS JUST TIGHT OVR THE REGION.

MOST OF THE ENERGY IS TO THE W OF THE REGION AND WILL MOVE INTO
THE AREA AND FORCE A VERY TIGHT PRES GRDNT. WILL STAY WITH GFS IN
THE SHORT TERM THEN ECMWFHR IN THE XTNDD PRD.

THE LOW PRES OVR KY WILL MOVE ACRS THE MID ATLC STATES INTO THE
CNTRL REGION WTRS AND THAT WILL FORCE THE PRES GRDNT TO BECOME
VERY TIGHT AND GENERATE STORM FORCE WINDS. THE GBL MDLS ARE IN
SOME DECENT AGRMNT IN THE SHORT TERM WITH JUST MNR DIFFS.
WILL RETAIN THE WRNGS AND WILL NOT MAKE ANY MJR CNHGS TO THE
PREVIOUS FRCST.

.SEAS...THEY RAE HGHST OVR THE ERN PARTS FO THE BALT CNYN PEAKING
AT 13 FT. ELSEWHERE SEAS RANGE BTWN 3 AND 12 FT WITH LOWEST VALUES
OVR THE ERN PARTS.

.EXTRATROPICAL STORM SURGE GUIDANCE...TODAY INTO TUE IN THE STRONG
ENELY GRADIENT FCST TO DVLP N OF THE DVLPG SFC LOW...BOTH THE
ESTOFS AND ETSS CONTINUE TO FCST SIG POSITIVE SURGE VALUES ( UP TO
2.5-3.5 FT) TO DVLP ALONG THE COASTS FM THE DELMARVA N INTO THE SW
GULF OF MAINE WHICH OVERALL LOOK REPRESENTATIVE.

.WARNINGS...PRELIMINARY.

.NT1 NEW ENGLAND WATERS...
.ANZ800...GULF OF MAINE...
     STORM TONIGHT INTO TUE NIGHT.
     GALE POSSIBLE WED.
     GALE POSSIBLE FRI NIGHT.
.ANZ805...GEORGES BANK WEST OF 68W...
     STORM TONIGHT INTO TUE.
     GALE TUE NIGHT.
     GALE POSSIBLE WED.
     GALE POSSIBLE FRI NIGHT.
.ANZ900...GEORGES BANK EAST OF 68W...
     STORM TONIGHT.
     GALE TUE INTO TUE NIGHT.
     GALE POSSIBLE WED.
.ANZ810...SOUTH OF NEW ENGLAND...
     STORM TONIGHT INTO TUE NIGHT.
     GALE POSSIBLE WED.
.ANZ815...SOUTH OF LONG ISLAND...
     GALE TODAY.
     STORM TONIGHT INTO TUE.
     GALE TUE NIGHT.

.NT2 MID ATLC WATERS...
.ANZ820...HUDSON CANYON TO BALTIMORE CANYON...
     GALE TODAY.
     STORM TONIGHT.
     GALE TUE.
.ANZ915...HUDSON CANYON TO THE GREAT SOUTH CHANNEL...
     GALE TODAY.
     STORM TONIGHT.
     GALE TUE INTO TUE NIGHT.
     GALE POSSIBLE FRI NIGHT.
.ANZ920...BALTIMORE CANYON TO THE GREAT SOUTH CHANNEL...
     GALE TODAY INTO TUE.
     GALE POSSIBLE FRI NIGHT.
.ANZ905...THE GREAT SOUTH CHANNEL TO THE HAGUE LINE...
     STORM TONIGHT.
     GALE TUE INTO TUE NIGHT.
     GALE POSSIBLE WED.
     GALE POSSIBLE FRI NIGHT.
.ANZ910...EAST OF THE GREAT SOUTH CHANNEL AND SOUTH OF 39N...
     GALE TODAY INTO TUE.
     GALE POSSIBLE FRI INTO FRI NIGHT.
.ANZ825...INNER WATERS FROM BALTIMORE CANYON TO CAPE CHARLES LIGHT...
     GALE TONIGHT.
.ANZ925...OUTER WATERS FROM BALTIMORE CANYON TO HATTERAS CANYON...
     GALE TODAY INTO TONIGHT.
     GALE TUE NIGHT.
     GALE POSSIBLE FRI NIGHT.
.ANZ930...OUTER WATERS FROM HATTERAS CANYON TO CAPE FEAR...
     GALE TODAY INTO TUE NIGHT.
.ANZ835...INNER WATERS FROM CAPE FEAR TO 31N...
     GALE TODAY INTO TUE.
.ANZ935...OUTER WATERS FROM CAPE FEAR TO 31N...
     GALE TODAY INTO TUE.

$$

.FORECASTER MUSONDA. OCEAN PREDICTION CENTER.


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