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000 FXUS61 KBOX 150825 AFDBOX AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA 425 AM EDT TUE APR 15 2014 .SYNOPSIS...
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A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL BRING A MIX OF GUSTY WINDS...SOAKING RAIN...AND POSSIBLY EVEN A BRIEF CHANGE TO A WINTRY MIX BEFORE ENDING DURING THE EARLY MORNING HOURS TOMORROW. HIGH PRESSURE BUILDING IN WILL BRING DRY BUT UNSEASONABLE CHILLY AIR TO THE REGION WED/WED NIGHT. DRY WEATHER CONTINUES THU INTO THE FIRST PART OF FRI WITH MODERATING AFTERNOON TEMPS INLAND...BUT REMAINING CHILLY ALONG THE COAST. A COUPLE WEAK WAVES OF LOW PRESSURE MAY BRING A ROUND OR TWO OF RAIN SHOWERS SOMETIME FRI NIGHT INTO SAT.
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&& .NEAR TERM /UNTIL 2 PM THIS AFTERNOON/...
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STRONG WARM ADVECTION AND GRADUAL MOISTURE FLUX CONTINUES THIS MORNING. MANIFESTING ITSELF AS A BROAD AREA OF LOW AND MID CLOUDS AS WELL AS SOME SPOTTY SHOWERS WHERE A POCKET OF LOW LVL INSTABILITY IS MAXIMIZED ACROSS SE MA AND RI. HOWEVER...THROUGH MID DAY...NOT EXPECTING THE SHOWERY ACTIVITY TO INCREASE IN STRENGTH OR COVERAGE BY TOO MUCH GIVEN THAT STRONGER WAVE ASSOCIATED WITH A STRONG COLD FRONT TO THE W WILL CONTINUE TO USURP MOST OF THE STRONG DYNAMICS AND MOISTURE UNTIL THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING /SEE BELOW FOR MORE ON THIS/. THE KEY ASIDE FROM INCREASING SHOWERY ACTIVITY WILL BE WINDS DESPITE THE BKN-OVC CLOUD COVER EXPECTED. EARLY DAY MIXING SHOULD BE RELATIVELY DEEP ESPECIALLY FROM WORCESTER COUNTY AND SOUTHEAST. MAINLY AS TEMPERATURES WILL LIKELY START IN THE LOW 60S AND CLOUD DEPTH WILL BE LOWER THAN AREAS TO THE W...CLOSER TO THE APPROACHING FRONT. SOUTHERLY LLJ WILL BE MOVING IN AHEAD OF THIS WAVE/FRONT AND WILL PEAK THROUGH THE AFTERNOON...BUT WILL BE INCREASING FROM A START OF 45 KT AT H92 AT 12Z...TO 70-80 KT BY THE AFTERNOON. MODEL SOUNDINGS ARE LIKELY UNDERDONE IN TERMS OF MIXING AS THEY ARE INITIALIZING TOO COLD AT THE SFC THIS MORNING. THEREFORE...WILL BE ISSUING A WIND ADVISORY BEGINNING AT NOON...AS SOME OF THIS HIGH MOMENTUM IS LIKELY TO BE TAPPED. WILL FOCUSED WHERE HIGHER MIXING IS LIKELY /EAST OF WORCESTER COUNTY/ BUT THIS MAY NEED TO BE EXPANDED FURTHER W SINCE THE LLJ WILL ARRIVE WITH THE FRONT THERE FIRST. EXPECTED WIND GUSTS OF 35 TO 45 MPH ARE LIKELY WITHIN THE WIND ADVISORY...BUT SOME GUSTS TO AROUND 50 MPH ARE ALSO POSSIBLE. TEMPS...DESPITE THE CLOUD COVER...WILL LIKELY MAKE ANOTHER RUN AT 70F TODAY ACROSS THE E WHERE A BREAK OR TWO OF SUN IS POSSIBLE. ESPECIALLY SINCE THEY WILL START IN THE LOW 60S. FURTHER W WHERE CLOUDS WILL BE IN PLACE ALL DAY AND TEMPS ARE A BIT LOWER THIS MORNING...ARE LIKELY TO REMAIN IN THE MID 60S.
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&& .SHORT TERM /2 PM THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH 6 AM WEDNESDAY/...
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* STRONG COLD FRONT BRINGS A MIX OF POTENTIAL IMPACTS * A STRONG COLD FRONT ASSOCIATED WITH STRONG MERGING OF NRN AND SRN STREAM ENERGY WILL CROSS THE REGION LATE TODAY AND INTO THE EARLY OVERNIGHT HOURS. GIVEN ITS ASSOCIATION WITH DECENT UPPER LVL DYNAMICS...GOOD LOW-MID LVL F-GEN...AND CONNECTION TO GULF OF MEXICO MOISTURE IT WILL LEAD TO A MIX OF POTENTIAL IMPACTS ACROSS THE REGION BEFORE MOVING OFFSHORE EARLY TOMORROW MORNING AND ALLOWING COLDER/DRIER AIR TO MOVE IN. WILL CONTINUE TO ADD THE POTENTIAL FOR ISO-THUNDER WITH THE COLD FROPA ESPECIALLY AS MODEST MID LVL LAPSE RATES AND GOOD SFC DWPTS SUGGEST AT LEAST THE LOW END THREAT FOR THUNDERSTORMS EMBEDDED IN THE RAINFALL BAND. HEAVY RAIN/FLOODING... GIVEN THE GULF MOISTURE AND PWAT VALUES EXCEEDING 1.5 INCHES /APPROACHING 4 STANDARD DEVIATIONS ABOVE NORMAL/ AND A STRONG SOUTHERLY LLJ BETWEEN 70-80 KT...THE POTENTIAL FOR HEAVY RAIN IS HIGH. THE STRONG JET WILL ALSO BE SUPPORTED BY MODEST MID LVL LAPSE RATES AROUND 6.0C/KM SUGGESTING SOME CONVECTIVE ELEMENTS ARE LIKELY AS THE FRONT MOVES FROM W-E THROUGH THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS. CORFIDI VECTORS ARE QUITE LOW WHICH SUGGESTS THAT BANDED CONVECTIVE ELEMENTS MAY LINGER IN SOME AREAS AS WELL. GIVEN ALL THIS...EXPECTED WIDESPREAD RAIN TOTALS BETWEEN 1.0 AND 1.5 INCHES WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF AMOUNTS APPROACHING 2.0 INCHES IN ANY CONVECTION. CURRENT FLOOD WATCH /GIVEN THE CONNECTICUT RIVER IS ALREADY IN MINOR FLOOD IN AREAS OF CT/ LOOKS GOOD...BUT WILL BE EXPANDING E WITH THIS UPDATE TO INCLUDE THE I-95 AND I-195 CORRIDORS AS LATEST MESOSCALE GUIDANCE FOCUS A BAND WITH THE LLJ ACROSS THESE AREAS THIS AFTERNOON WHICH MAY ENHANCE THE THREAT FOR URBAN/STREAM FLOODING. FOR MORE ON THE HYDRO IMPACTS...SEE THE DISCUSSION BELOW. WINDS... AS MENTIONED IN THE NEAR TERM SECTION ABOVE...WILL BE CONTINUING WITH A WIND ADVISORY ACROSS THE ERN HALF OF THE REGION THROUGH MIDNIGHT FOR THE LONG-FUSED THREAT OF STRONG WINDS DUE TO DIURNAL MIXING. MODELS ARE LIKELY OVERDOING THE INVERSION AS THEY ARE INITIALIZING TOO COLD THIS MORNING. ALSO...SHOULD ANY CONVECTION OR FINE LINES DEVELOP AS THE FRONT MOVES THROUGH LATER TODAY AND THIS EVENING...THERE IS THE BETTER CHANCE DUE TO A COMBINATION OF PRECIP-DRAG AND BETTER LOCALIZED MIXING WHICH MAY ALLOW MORE OF THE 70-80 KT H92 JET TO BE REALIZED. THIS MAY REQUIRE EXPANSION OF THE WIND ADVISORY FURTHER W AS THE LLJ ARRIVES THERE THIS AFTERNOON...THE UPGRADE TO A HIGH WIND WARNING...OR MORE SHORT- FUSED IF THE CONVECTION IS REALIZED. THIS WILL NEED TO BE WATCHED TODAY. WINTRY MIX/FLASH FREEZE POTENTIAL... THE BAND OF RAIN WILL MOVE E OF THE REGION ALONG WITH THE COLD FRONT AFTER MIDNIGHT AND INTO THE EARLY MORNING HOURS TOMORROW. HOWEVER...GIVEN THE STRENGTH OF THIS FRONT...COLD AIR WILL BE RAPIDLY MOVING IN FROM THE SFC TO MID LVLS DURING THIS TIME. THERE IS THE POSSIBILITY OF A CHANGE OVER TO A PERIOD OF SLEET/SNOW FROM W TO E WITH EVEN THE LOW END POTENTIAL OF SOME ACCUMULATION IN THE W AND N OF THE ROUTE 2 CORRIDOR. THIS WILL COMBINE WITH A RAPID TEMPERATURE DROP TO NEAR OR BELOW FREEZING ON WET ROADWAYS LEADING TO THE POTENTIAL FOR SLIPPERY CONDITIONS LEADING INTO THE WED MORNING COMMUTE. THE KEY WILL BE THE RACE BETWEEN THE COLD AND THE DRIER AIR EXACTLY HOW MUCH SNOW FALLS/ACCUMS...BUT THERE IS THE LOW END CHANCE OF A LIGHT COATING TO AN INCH IN SOME SPOTS IN THE EXTREME W AND HIGHER TERRAIN AS GUIDANCE HAS ONLY INCREASED BOTH THE DEPTH AND SPEED WITH WHICH THE COLD AIR COMES IN BEFORE THE PRECIPITATION ACTUALLY ENDS. COASTAL FLOODING... SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION...BUT A PROLONGED PERIOD OF STRONG SOUTHERLY FLOW AHEAD OF THE FRONT MAY LEAD TO SOME POCKETS OF MINOR COASTAL FLOODING AT SOUTH COASTAL LOCATIONS WITH THE HIGH TIDE LATE THIS EVENING /AROUND 9-10 PM/.
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&& .LONG TERM /WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY/...
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HIGHLIGHTS... * DRY BUT UNSEASONABLY CHILLY WED/WED NIGHT * DRY THU INTO FRI AFTERNOON - CHILLY COAST/MILDER AFTERNOON/S INLAND * A PERIOD OF SHOWERS POSSIBLE FRI NIGHT INTO SAT BUT LOW CONFIDENCE * NEAR OR BELOW NORMAL TEMPS CONTINUE INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK DETAILS... WEDNESDAY... AN UNSEASONABLY CHILLY AIRMASS WILL CONTINUE TO WORK INTO THE REGION AS LARGE HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN FROM THE WEST. ANY LEFT OVER PRECIPITATION SHOULD HAVE EXITED THE CAPE/ISLANDS BY EARLY TO MID MORNING WED...AS THE COLD FRONT WILL BE WELL OFFSHORE. NORTHWEST WINDS MAY CONTINUE TO GUST BETWEEN 30 AND 40 MPH DURING THE MORNING...BUT WILL DIMINISH SOME DURING THE AFTERNOON. ANOMALOUS 850 MB TEMPS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR BETWEEN -6C AND -10C ARE EXPECTED. HOWEVER...PLENTY OF STRONG APRIL SUNSHINE WILL OFFSET THIS TO SOME DEGREE. ALL IN ALL...MUCH OF THE REGION SHOULD SEE HIGHS RECOVER WELL INTO THE 40S DURING THE AFTERNOON. WEDNESDAY NIGHT... HIGH PRESSURE OVERHEAD WILL RESULT IN AN UNSEASONABLY COLD NIGHT. WITH MAINLY CLEAR SKIES AND WINDS DIMINISHING...THE NORMALLY COLDER OUTLYING LOCATIONS OF SOUTHWEST NH/NORTHWEST MA WILL PROBABLY SEE LOWS FALL INTO THE UPPER TEENS. THE REST OF THE REGION SHOULD SEE LOW TEMPS FALL INTO THE 20S...TO THE LOWER 30S. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY... STRONG HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE CANADIAN MARITIMES WILL GENERATE EAST TO NORTHEAST WINDS AT THE SURFACE. WHILE DRY WEATHER SHOULD PREVAIL THU INTO FRI AFTERNOON...THE ONSHORE COMPONENT TO THE WIND SHOULD HOLD HIGH TEMPS IN THE 40S ACROSS MUCH OF THE EASTERN MA COAST BOTH DAYS. FURTHER INLAND...ENOUGH HEATING SHOULD ALLOW HIGHS TO REACH WELL UP INTO THE 50S TO NEAR 60 ACROSS THE LOWER CT RIVER VALLEY. WILL ALSO HAVE TO WATCH OUT FOR SOME LOW CLOUDS AND FOG PATCHES THU NIGHT INTO FRI ALONG THE COAST. THIS WOULD BE A RESULT OF AN INCREASING MOIST ONSHORE FLOW. FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY... A COUPLE WEAK WAVES OF LOW PRESSURE WILL LIKELY PASS NEAR OR SOUTHEAST OF THE BENCHMARK. A LOT OF MODEL UNCERTAINTY ON THE TIMING AND EXACT TRACKS OF THESE WEAK WAVES. HOWEVER...THEY WILL RESULT IN A CHANCE FOR A PERIOD OR TWO OF RAIN SHOWERS FRI NIGHT AND/OR SAT. WHILE A PERIOD OF SHOWERS WILL BE POSSIBLE EVERYWHERE...HIGHEST CONFIDENCE IN A PERIOD OF WET WEATHER WILL BE ALONG THE COASTAL PLAIN. TEMPS LIKELY REMAIN AT LEAST A BIT BELOW NORMAL. SUNDAY AND MONDAY... LOW CONFIDENCE FORECAST. MUCH OF THIS TIME MAY TURN OUT DRY UNTIL LATE MONDAY OR MONDAY NIGHT...WHEN THE NEXT FRONT APPROACHES WITH THE RISK FOR RAIN SHOWERS. TEMPS WILL LIKELY AVERAGE NEAR OR BELOW NORMAL WITH THE TENDENCY FOR UPPER LEVEL TROUGHING IN THE REGION.
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&& .AVIATION /08Z TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY/...
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LOW...LESS THAN 30 PERCENT. MODERATE...30 TO 60 PERCENT. HIGH...GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT. SHORT TERM /THROUGH TONIGHT/... ALTHOUGH CONFIDENCE IS HIGH IN OVERALL TRENDS...HAVE LOWER CONFIDENCE IN EXACT TIMING IN TAFS. MIX OF MVFR/VFR CONDITIONS EARLY THIS MORNING WILL LIKELY CONTINUE INTO MID MORNING AS LONG AS WINDS REMAIN 10-20 KT WITH GUSTS 20+. IF THEY DROP...A BRIEF PERIOD OF FOG WITH IFR/MVFR CONDITIONS POSSIBLE. HOWEVER...HAVE FAIRLY HIGH CONFIDENCE WINDS REMAIN HIGH ENOUGH TO MAINTAIN MAINLY MAINLY MVFR DUE TO CIGS...EVEN IN SOME -SHRA ACROSS ERN CT/RI AND SE MASS. THE GENERAL TREND WILL BE TOWARD MVFR/IFR CONDITIONS THROUGH THE DAY IN A MIX OF RAIN AND FOG AHEAD OF A COLD FRONT...WHICH WILL CONTINUE INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS. LOW PROBABILITY OF SOME THUNDER ACCOMPANYING SOME OF THE RAIN IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING AS WELL. OVERNIGHT...RAIN MAY BRIEFLY TRANSITION TO A MIX OF SNOW/SLEET BEFORE ENDING FROM W TO E. ACCUMULATIONS OF ANY WINTRY PRECIP WOULD BE LIGHT. A TREND TOWARD VFR IS EXPECTED DURING THE MORNING HOURS. OTHERWISE...STRONG S-SW WINDS WILL CONTINUE WELL INTO THE DAY TODAY...WITH GUSTS ONCE AGAIN 30-40 KT POSSIBLE AT TIMES. LLWS WILL BE AN ISSUE AS WELL...40-50 KT THROUGH MORNING...WITH 50+ KT POSSIBLE OFF THE DECK DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING. WINDS RAPIDLY SHIFT TO THE W-NW WITH THE COLD AIR TONIGHT...BUT GUSTS REMAIN ELEVATED AT LEAST 20-30 KT. KBOS TERMINAL...HIGH CONFIDENCE IN OVERALL TRENDS...LOWER CONFIDENCE IN TAFS. KBDL TERMINAL...HIGH CONFIDENCE IN OVERALL TRENDS...LOWER CONFIDENCE IN TAFS. OUTLOOK...WEDNESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY... WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY...HIGH CONFIDENCE IN MAINLY VFR CONDITIONS. NORTHWEST WIND GUSTS UP TO 35 KNOTS WED MORNING SHOULD DIMINISH SOME BY WED AFTERNOON AND ESPECIALLY BY WED EVENING. THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY...LOW TO MODERATE CONFIDENCE. A PERIOD OF MVFR-IFR CONDITIONS IS POSSIBLE IN SOME LOW CLOUDS/FOG PATCHES AND A ROUND OR TWO OF RAIN SHOWERS. TIMING AND CONFIDENCE IS HIGHLY UNCERTAIN...BUT BEST CHANCE OF THE LOWER CONDITIONS WILL BE ALONG THE COAST.
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&& .MARINE...
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FORECASTER CONFIDENCE LEVELS... LOW...LESS THAN 30 PERCENT. MODERATE...30 TO 60 PERCENT. HIGH...GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT. SHORT TERM /THROUGH TUESDAY/...HIGH CONFIDENCE. S-SW WINDS CONTINUE TO INCREASE THROUGH THE DAY SUCH THAT GALE FORCE WINDS ARE LIKELY BY THIS AFTERNOON...CONTINUING INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS. GALE WARNINGS CONTINUE FOR THIS THREAT. THESE WINDS WILL SHIFT TO THE W-NW EARLY WED MORNING BUT CONTINUE WITH GALE FORCE GUSTS UNTIL THEY SUBSIDE BY MID MORNING WED. SOME HEAVY RAIN/FOG AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE MAINLY THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING AS WELL. SEAS INCREASE TO 10-12 FT. OUTLOOK...WEDNESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY... WEDNESDAY...HIGH CONFIDENCE. NORTHWEST WIND GUSTS UP TO 35 KNOTS IN THE MORNING SHOULD LOWER TO SCA LEVELS BY AFTERNOON. SEAS ACROSS THE OPEN WATERS WILL REMAIN ABOVE SCA THRESHOLDS GIVEN PLENTY OF LEFT OVER SOUTHERLY SWELL. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY...MODERATE TO HIGH CONFIDENCE. HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE CANADIAN MARITIMES WILL RESULT IN NORTHEAST WIND GUSTS OF 20 TO 25 KNOTS MUCH OF THE TIME. IN ADDITION...SEAS ACROSS THE OUTER- WATERS WILL LIKELY REMAIN NEAR OR ABOVE SCA THRESHOLDS. SATURDAY...MODERATE CONFIDENCE. POTENTIAL FOR NORTHEAST WIND GUSTS OF 20 TO 25 KNOTS AND MARGINAL SCA SEAS CONTINUES. HOWEVER...EXACT WIND SPEEDS AND WAVE HEIGHTS WILL DEPEND ON THE TRACK OF A COUPLE WEAK WAVES OF LOW PRESSURE WHICH REMAINS UNCERTAIN AT THIS TIME.
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&& .HYDROLOGY...
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A FLOOD CONTINUES THE CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY. THIS IS DUE TO THE EXPECTATION THAT SWOLLEN RIVER CONDITIONS AS A RESULT OF UPSTREAM SNOWMELT COMBINING WITH THE BASIN AVERAGE 1.0-1.5 INCHES OF RAINFALL ANTICIPATED INTO TONIGHT MAY RESULT IN MINOR FLOODING OF MAINSTEM RIVERS AND ADJOINING CREEKS AND STREAMS. THERE IS ALSO THE POTENTIAL FOR URBAN AND POOR DRAINAGE FLOODING THROUGHOUT THE WATCH AREA. THIS WATCH HAS BEEN EXPANDED E TO INCLUDE ERN MA AND RI AS WELL HOWEVER...GIVEN THAT A BAND OF 1.5 OR MORE INCHES IN A SHORT TIME MAY LEAD TO LOCALIZED URBAN/POOR DRAINAGE FLOODING AS WELL AS SOME MINOR FLOODING IN FLASHIER RIVERS/STREAMS. THIS THREAT IS EXACERBATED IN THE MORE DENSE URBAN CORE ALONG AND AROUND THE I-95 AND I-195 CORRIDORS...ESPECIALLY IF SOME CONVECTIVE HEAVY RAIN OCCURS...SOMETHING LATEST MESOSCALE GUIDANCE IS HINTING AT IN THESE AREAS FURTHER E. FLOOD WARNINGS CONTINUE ALONG THE CONNECTICUT RIVER FOR HARTFORD AND MIDDLE HADDAM. HOWEVER CURRENT PROJECTED RAINFALL AMOUNTS SUGGEST OTHER POINTS ALONG THE RIVER MAY HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO REACH MINOR FLOOD WITHIN THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. THOSE WITH INTERESTS ALONG LOWER REACHES OF CT RIVER SHOULD PAY ATTENTION TO THE LATEST FORECASTS AND CURRENT WATER LEVELS.
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&& .TIDES/COASTAL FLOODING...
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WITH A CONTINUATION OF STRONG SOUTHERLY WINDS...GUSTING 30-40 MPH OVER THE WATERS /HIGHER NEAR SHORE/ A POTENTIAL SURGE OF 1.5 FEET OR SLIGHTLY HIGHER IS POSSIBLE ALONG S COASTAL LOCATIONS WITH THE LATE EVENING HIGH TIDE /9-10 PM LOCAL/. THIS TIDE IS HIGHER THAN MOST OF LATE...BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY ASTRONOMICALLY HIGH. HOWEVER...WITH THE ADDED SURGE AND OFFSHORE WAVE ACTION THERE IS THE LOW PROBABILITY OF SOME SPLASHOVER OR MINOR COASTAL FLOODING WITH THIS HIGH TIDE. CURRENTLY THE FORECAST TIDE IS ABOUT 5.4 FT AT THE FOX POINT GAUGE IN PROVIDENCE AS A REFERENCE. THERE IS STILL NOT ENOUGH CONFIDENCE AT THIS TIME TO WARRANT THE ISSUANCE OF A COASTAL FLOOD STATEMENT / ADVISORY FOR THE SOUTH- COAST. WILL EVALUATE WITH LATER FORECASTS AND HIGHLIGHT IN THE HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK.
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&& .BOX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
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CT...FLOOD WATCH FROM 8 AM EDT THIS MORNING THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING FOR CTZ002>004. MA...FLOOD WATCH FROM 8 AM EDT THIS MORNING THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING FOR MAZ002>021-026. WIND ADVISORY FROM NOON TODAY TO MIDNIGHT EDT TONIGHT FOR MAZ004>007-012>024-026. NH...FLOOD WATCH FROM 8 AM EDT THIS MORNING THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING FOR NHZ011-012-015. RI...FLOOD WATCH FROM 8 AM EDT THIS MORNING THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING FOR RIZ001>007. WIND ADVISORY FROM NOON TODAY TO MIDNIGHT EDT TONIGHT FOR RIZ001>008. MARINE...GALE WARNING FROM 2 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO NOON EDT WEDNESDAY FOR ANZ232-233-235-237-250-254>256. GALE WARNING UNTIL NOON EDT WEDNESDAY FOR ANZ230-231-234-236- 251.
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&& $$ SYNOPSIS...FRANK/DOODY NEAR TERM...DOODY SHORT TERM...DOODY LONG TERM...FRANK AVIATION...FRANK/DOODY MARINE...FRANK/DOODY HYDROLOGY...STAFF TIDES/COASTAL FLOODING...STAFF

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