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000 FXUS61 KBOX 130610 AFDBOX AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA 110 AM EST SAT FEB 13 2016 .SYNOPSIS...
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AN ARCTIC FRONT WILL DELIVER DANGEROUSLY COLD WIND CHILLS OF 20 TO 35 BELOW ZERO LATER TODAY INTO SUNDAY MORNING. A PERIOD OF ACCUMULATING SNOW AND ICE IS THEN LIKELY FOR MUCH OF REGION ESPECIALLY AWAY FROM THE COAST MONDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING. A POWERFUL STORM SYSTEM WILL LIKELY TRACK WEST OF NEW ENGLAND TUE/TUE NIGHT BRINGING HEAVY RAIN...STRONG WINDS AND WARM TEMPERATURES TO THE REGION. A TREND TOWARD DRIER AND COLDER WEATHER FOLLOWS NEXT WED AND THU.
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&& .NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 AM THIS MORNING/...
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110 AM UPDATE... ***BULK OF ACCUMULATING SNOW ACROSS CAPE/ISLANDS ENDS BY 5 AM*** DISTANT OCEAN STORM AND ITS ASSOCIATED INVERTED TROUGH WAS RESULTING IN ACCUMULATING SNOW ACROSS THE CAPE AND ISLANDS VERY EARLY THIS MORNING. STILL EXPECTING A GENERAL SNOW ACCUMULATION OF BETWEEN 1 AND 3 INCHES ACROSS THIS REGION WITH HIGHEST OF THOSE AMOUNTS ACROSS THE OUTER-CAPE NEAR CHATHAM AND NANTUCKET. THERE ALSO WAS SNOW FALLING ACROSS THE SOUTH COAST OF RHODE ISLAND WHERE MINOR ACCUMS UP TO 1 INCH WILL BE POSSIBLE. BULK OF THIS SNOW SHOULD COME TO AN END BY 5 AM OR SO AS LOW LEVEL CONVERGENCE ZONE PUSHES EAST OF THE REGION. ACROSS THE REST OF THE REGION...MAINLY DRY WEATHER OVERNIGHT. MAY SEE A FEW BRIEF FLURRIES/SNOW SHOWERS DEVELOP ACROSS THE INTERIOR TOWARD DAYBREAK. HOWEVER...MOISTURE IS RATHER LIMITED SO NOT EXPECTING MUCH OF AN IMPACT AND AREAL COVERAGE OF ANY ACTIVITY WILL BE QUITE LIMITED. TEMPS MAINLY IN THE TEENS THROUGH DAYBREAK...BUT SOME SINGLE DIGITS IN THE OUTLYING LOCATIONS.
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&& .SHORT TERM /6 AM THIS MORNING THROUGH 6 PM SUNDAY/... *** DANGEROUSLY COLD WIND CHILLS SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND ESPECIALLY SATURDAY NIGHT WITH STRONG WIND GUSTS *** ARCTIC FRONT WILL SWEEP ACROSS SNE FROM WEST TO EAST 12-18Z. THE FRONT MAY BE ACCOMPANIED BY A FEW SNOW SHOWERS...BUT LIMITED MOISTURE AND RAPIDLY FALLING DEWPOINTS WILL LIMIT AREAL COVERAGE AND INTENSITY. THE MAIN STORY DURING THIS PERIOD WILL BE THE DANGEROUSLY COLD AIRMASS WHICH WILL INVADE THE REGION ON STRONG NW WIND GUSTS. DURING THE AFTERNOON TEMPS WILL BE FALLING THROUGH THE SINGLE NUMBERS INTERIOR AND THROUGH THEN TEENS COASTAL PLAIN. BY 00Z SUN...TEMPS WILL LIKELY BE BELOW ZERO IN THE INTERIOR AND SINGLE NUMBERS COASTAL PLAIN. CORE OF THE COLDEST AIR ALOFT SETTLES OVER THE REGION LATE SAT NIGHT AS ARCTIC SHORTWAVE SWINGS ACROSS REGION WITH 925 MB TEMPS DOWN TO -29C. WIDESPREAD MIN TEMPS BELOW ZERO WITH 10 TO 15 BELOW INTERIOR AND ZERO TO 10 BELOW ELSEWHERE. OUR FORECAST HAS RECORD LOWS SUNDAY MORNING BROKEN OR TIED AT BOS/BDL/ORH AND WITHIN 2 DEGREES OF THE RECORD AT PVD. ONLY LOCATIONS ESCAPING SUBZERO TEMPS WILL BE OUTER CAPE AND ISLANDS. STRONG NW WINDS WILL YIELD WIND CHILLS BOTTOMING OUT 25 TO 35 BELOW ACROSS MUCH OF THE REGION WITH 10 TO 25 BELOW CAPE/ISLANDS. WE WILL HAVE WIND CHILL WARNINGS FOR ALL SNE...EXCEPT WIND CHILL ADVISORIES FOR CAPE/ISLANDS. REGARDING WIND...STRONG COLD ADVECTION AND EXCELLENT MIXING SAT AFTERNOON AND EVENING WILL RESULT IN WIND GUSTS TO 40 TO 50 MPH ACROSS THE REGION. WIND ADVISORIES WERE NOT ISSUED AS THIS INFORMATION WILL BE CONTAINED IN THE WIND CHILL PRODUCTS. INTERESTING SET UP FOR SAT NIGHT AS POTENT MID LEVEL TROF AND ARCTIC SHORTWAVE MOVES SOUTH ACROSS THE REGION. MODELS SHOW DEEPENING MOISTURE AXIS ROTATING ACROSS NE MA TO CAPE COD. VERY EXTREME INSTABILITY DEVELOPS OVER THE OCEAN WITH DELTA T FROM SST TO TOP OF MIXED LAYER 30-31C AND OCEAN INDUCED CAPES UP TO 1400 J/KG. TRAJECTORY IS 300-310 DEGREES WHICH IS NORMALLY TOO MUCH OF A WESTERLY COMPONENT FOR OCEAN EFFECT SNOW DUE TO LIMITED FETCH BUT INSTABILITY IS SO EXTREME THAT OCEAN EFFECT MACHINE MAY CRANK UP OVER CAPE COD BAY AND MASS BAY WITH BANDS AFFECTING THE OUTER CAPE. MOST OF THE GUIDANCE HAS UP TO 0.10" QPF FOR OUTER CAPE WITH RGEM UP TO 0.20". WRF-NMM HAS UP TO 0.25" WHILE WRF-ARW KEEPS MOST OF THE SNOW SHOWERS OFFSHORE. CLOSE CALL BUT GIVEN MODEL CONSENSUS AND EXTREME INSTABILITY WE EXPECT OCEAN EFFECT SNOW TO AFFECT OUTER CAPE. MAY ALSO HAVE SEEDER FEEDER PROCESSES WITH DEEPENING MID LEVEL MOISTURE AND SYNOPTIC FORCING FROM MID LEVEL SHORTWAVE. POTENTIAL FOR 1-3 INCHES SNOW ACCUM FOR OUTER CAPE SAT NIGHT AND MAY SEE SOME SNOW SHOWER ACTIVITY ACROSS NE MA ASSOCD WITH LARGE SCALE FORCING AND DEEPER MOISTURE WITH THE MID LEVEL SHORTWAVE. && .LONG TERM /SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY/... *** DANGEROUSLY COLD WIND CHILLS SUNDAY MORNING *** HIGHLIGHTS... * NEAR RECORD LOWS AND BITTERLY COLD WIND CHILLS SUN MORNING * SOME ACCUMULATING SNOW AND ICE LIKELY MON AFTERNOON/EVENING * TEMPS IN THE 50S TUE-TUE NGT W/HEAVY RAIN AND STRONG WINDS OVERVIEW AND MODEL PREFERENCES... GOOD AGREEMENT AMONG BOTH GEFS AND ECENS ENSEMBLES THIS PERIOD FEATURING A TRUE ARCTIC AIRMASS OVER THE REGION SUN THEN MODERATING MON AS WAA PATTERN SETS UP OVER THE NORTHEAST. THIS IS IN RESPONSE TO A LONG WAVE TROUGH DEVELOPING OVER THE GREAT LAKES AND MS VLY. ALTHOUGH IT WILL BE A WARMER STORM TRACK THAN PREVIOUS EVENTS WITH RIDGING ACROSS THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC YIELDING AN INSIDE RUNNER WITH LOW PRES TRACKING WEST OF NEW ENGLAND ACROSS EASTERN NY STATE TUE- WED PER ALL GUID INCLUDING GEFS AND ECENS. COLDER WEATHER RETURNS LATER NEXT THU AS BOTH GEFS AND ECENS INDICATE 850 TEMPS LOWERING TO ABOUT -12C /ENSEMBLE MEAN/ OVER SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND /SNE/. THESE VALUES ARE ABOUT -1 STD COLDER THAN NORMAL BUT NOT NEARLY AS COLD AS THIS WEEKEND WHEN 850 TEMPS LOWER TO -30C SAT NIGHT /-3 STD COLDER THAN CLIMO/! AS FOR MODEL PREFERENCES...GOOD MODEL AGREEMENT THRU THE PERIOD WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE 12Z GFS FOR NEXT WEEK TUE SYSTEM. THE GFS TRACKS THE SURFACE CIRCULATION OVER SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND WHILE ALL OTHER GUIDANCE INCLUDING THE GEFS AND ECENS ENSEMBLES INCLUDING THE UKMET TRACK THE SURFACE LOW WEST OF NEW ENGLAND. THIS SYSTEM REASONABLE GIVEN HIGH AMPLITUDE NW ATLC RIDGE DEVELOPING. THUS WILL LEAN AWAY FROM THE GFS SOLUTION HERE. AS FOR TEMPS LEANED TOWARD THE COLDER RAW 2 METER TEMPS SUN GIVEN THE ANOMALOUS COLD AIRMASS. THEN LEANED TOWARD COLDER MOS TEMPS SUN NGT/EARLY MON GIVEN POTENTIAL IDEAL RADIATIONAL COOLING. DETAILS... SUNDAY ... ARCTIC SHORT WAVE OVER GULF OF ME AND PULLING SEAWARD. THIS RESULTS IN RISING HEIGHT ALOFT AND STRONG SUBSIDENCE ON THE BACKSIDE ACROSS THE REGION. AS RESULT EXPECTING PLENTY OF SUNSHINE BUT INEFFECTIVE AS COLD AIR ADVECTION STILL MAINTAINING -20C TO -22C AT H85 OVER THE AREA. THIS YIELDS DAYTIME HIGHS ONLY IN THE SINGLE DIGITS... INCLUDING BOSTON/PROVIDENCE AND HARTFORD! NORTHWEST WINDS OF 15 TO 25MPH WILL YIELD WIND CHILLS IN THE AFTERNOON NOT WARNING OR ADVISORY CRITERIA BUT VERY COLD AT 5 BELOW TO 10 BELOW ZERO! STILL VERY DANGEROUS TO BE OUTDOORS FOR ANY EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME SUNDAY. COULD STILL HAVE SOME LEFTOVER SNOW SHOWERS OVER THE OUTER CAPE SUNDAY MORNING BUT INTENSITY LIKELY SLACKENING AS MID LEVEL LOW EJECTS OFFSHORE. IN ADDITION SUBSIDENCE INVERSION WILL BE LOWERING THRU THE DAY AND PUT A CAP ON SNOW SHOWER POTENTIAL. IN ADDITION WITH FETCH OF 300 DEGS ONLY THE OUTER CAPE WILL BE IMPACTED DURING THE MORNING. SUN NIGHT ... COLD/DRY AIRMASS REMAINS OVER THE REGION AND COMBINED WITH HIGH PRES AND LIGHT WINDS IDEAL RADIATIONAL COOLING CONDITIONS...PROVIDE MID/HIGH CLOUDS HOLD OFF UNTIL AFTER 12Z MON. GIVEN THIS LEANED TOWARD THE COLDER MOS GUID FOR MINS. MONDAY/MON NIGHT ... WARM ADVECTION PRECIP APPROACHES THE REGION DURING THE AFTERNOON PER 12Z DETERMINISTIC AND ENS GUID. INITIALLY DRY AIR WILL ERODE LEADING EDGE OF PRECIP BUT STRONG 850 SW JET WILL BRING A RISK FOR LIGHT SNOW TO OVERSPREAD THE AREA DURING THE AFTERNOON AND THEN LIKELY MON EVENING. COLUMN COLD ENOUGH INITIALLY TO SUPPORT SNOW AND A BLEND OF DETERMINISTIC AND ENSEMBLE GUID SUGGEST A RISK OF UP TO 2 INCHES OF SNOWFALL ALONG THE COAST BEFORE A CHANGEOVER TO RAIN MON NIGHT. FARTHER INLAND /NW OF I-95/ THERE IS A RISK OF 2-5" BEFORE A CHANGEOVER A BRIEF PERIOD OF ICE AND THEN RAIN MON NIGHT. CAN/T EMPHASIZE ENOUGH THIS IS JUST A PRELIMINARY FIRST CUT AT POTENTIAL SNOWFALL AND WANTED TO GET THIS OUT THERE GIVEN THE NUMBER OF RESIDENTS LIKELY RETURNING FROM THE LONG HOLIDAY WEEKEND. THUS TRAVEL WILL LIKELY BE IMPACTED MON AFTERNOON AND EVENING. TUE/TUE NIGHT ... GOOD MODEL AGREEMENT ON A HIGH AMPLITUDE EAST COAST TROUGH WITH VERY IMPRESSIVE JET DYNAMICS AS WIND ANOMALIES AT 925/850/250 MB ALL ACHIEVE +3 STD ACROSS THE AREA! THIS COMBINED WITH A SUBTROPICAL PLUME OF MOISTURE ADVECTING UP THE EASTERN SEABOARD WILL YIELD MULTIPLE THREATS OF HAZARDOUS WEATHER ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND INCLUDING HEAVY RAIN AND STRONG TO DAMAGING WINDS. IN FACT THE 12Z ECMWF AND GFS HAVE 80-90 KT AT 925 MB OVER CT/RI AND EASTERN MA 00Z WED! WHILE SOUNDINGS ARE INVERTED A GOOD ESTIMATE AT THIS TIME RANGE IS 50% TO 60% OF THIS WIND WILL TRANSLATE TO THE SURFACE...45 TO 60 MPH! IN ADDITION ELEVATED CONVECTION WILL BE POSSIBLE ON THE NOSE OF THE DRY SLOT WHICH ALWAYS INCREASES THE RISK OF FLOODING AND STRONGER WINDS. FURTHERMORE A SECOND WIND THREAT WILL EXIST TUE NIGHT AS THE OCCLUDED FRONT SWEEPS ACROSS THE AREA AND WINDS SHIFT TO THE SW WITH STEEPENING LOW LEVEL LAPSE RATES. STRONG THERMAL/WARM ADVECTION WILL RESULT IN SURFACE TEMPS CLIMBING INTO THE 50S IN THE COASTAL PLAIN AND AT LEAST 40S INLAND. IN FACT THE COASTAL PLAIN /PVD-BOS/ MAY SEE RECORD HIGHS AS 925 MB TEMPS SURGE BRIEFLY UP TO +8C TO +12C! WED INTO FRI ... DRYING TREND WED BUT WINDY AS WELL WITH A SUB 980 MB LOW OVER SOUTHERN QUEBEC AT 12Z WED. TRENDING COLDER BY THU AND POSSIBLY A BIT COLDER THAN NORMAL WITH ENSEMBLE 925 MB AND 850 MB TEMPS -1 STD FROM CLIMO. COLD THEN POSSIBLY EASING BY FRI. && .AVIATION /06Z SATURDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY/...
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FORECASTER CONFIDENCE LEVELS... LOW...LESS THAN 30 PERCENT. MODERATE...30 TO 60 PERCENT. HIGH...GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT. SHORT TERM /TODAY THROUGH SUNDAY/... TODAY...MODERATE TO HIGH CONFIDENCE. SNOW AND ASSOCIATED IFR CONDITIONS ACROSS CAPE/ISLANDS SHOULD COME TO AN END BY 10Z. OTHERWISE...MAINLY VFR CONDITIONS IN MOST LOCALES TODAY...BUT SOME MVFR CIGS POSSIBLE AT TIMES ESPECIALLY CAPE/ISLANDS. MAINLY DRY WEATHER AFTER 10Z OTHER THAN A PASSING FLURRY/SNOW SHOWER. BIG STORY WILL BE ARCTIC FRONT WHICH WILL ALLOW NORTHWEST WIND GUSTS OF 35 TO 40 KNOTS TO DEVELOP BY AFTERNOON. TONIGHT...HIGH CONFIDENCE. NORTHWEST WIND GUSTS OF 30 TO 40 KNOTS...STRONGEST OF WHICH WILL OCCUR DURING THE FIRST PART OF THE NIGHT. MAINLY VFR EXCEPT CAPE/NANTUCKET WHERE MVFR CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED IN OCEAN EFFECT CLOUDS/SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS. BULK OF THE SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS WILL BE FOUND ACROSS THE OUTER-CAPE. LOW RISK THAT BRIEF MVFR CIGS WORK INTO EASTERN MA FOR A TIME LATE TONIGHT. SUNDAY...HIGH CONFIDENCE. VFR WITH NORTHWEST WIND GUSTS OF 20 TO 25 KNOTS. THE EXCEPTION WILL BE PORTIONS OF CAPE/NANTUCKET WHERE MVFR CIGS MAY PERSIST INTO THE AFTERNOON. OCEAN EFFECT SNOW SHOWERS MAINLY ACROSS OUTER-CAPE SHOULD WIND DOWN SUNDAY AFTERNOON. KBOS TERMINAL...MODERATE TO HIGH CONFIDENCE IN TAF. KBDL TERMINAL...MODERATE TO HIGH CONFIDENCE IN TAF. OUTLOOK /SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY/... SUN ... HIGH CONFIDENCE. MAINLY VFR INLAND...WITH SOME MVFR CONDITIONS IN OCEAN EFFECT CIGS/SNOWS EARLY SUN. GUSTS 20-30 KT SUN THEN EASING TOWARD AND AFTER SUNSET. MON ... HIGH CONFIDENCE FOR VFR EARLY BUT POSSIBLY LOWERING TO MVFR IN LIGHT SNOW LATE. MON NIGHT THROUGH TUE ... LOW TO MODERATE CONFIDENCE. BECOMING IFR WITH SNOW CHANGING TO RAIN WITH AREAS OF FOG MON NIGHT INTO TUE. STRONG SOUTHERLY WINDS ALOFT MAY RESULT IN SIGNIFICANT LOW LEVEL WIND SHEAR TUE AFTERNOON. LOW RISK OF ISOLATED T-STORM TUE/TUE EVENING. WED ... DRYING TREND WITH VFR/MVFR LIKELY BUT WINDY WITH NW WINDS.
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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 SUNDAY/...HIGH CONFIDENCE. *** GALE FORCE WINDS AND HEAVY FREEZING SPRAY EXPECTED SAT AFTERNOON AND NIGHT SUN *** TONIGHT...WINDS/SEAS REMAIN BELOW SMALL CRAFT THRESHOLDS WITH INCREASING NW WINDS TOWARD DAYBREAK. VSBYS REDUCED IN DEVELOPING SNOW OVER S COASTAL WATERS...ESPECIALLY AROUND ACK. SATURDAY INTO SATURDAY NIGHT...ARCTIC FRONT MOVES THROUGH AND WILL BE FOLLOWED BY EXTREME COLD ADVECTION WHICH WILL LEAD TO GALE FORCE GUSTS TO 40 KT ON ALL WATERS SAT AFTERNOON THROUGH SAT NIGHT. HEAVY FREEZING SPRAY ALMOST A CERTAINTY OVER NEARSHORE WATERS SAT NIGHT AND WILL UPGRADE TO A HEAVY FREEZING SPRAY WARNING. MODERATE FREEZING SPRAY OUTER SOUTHERN WATERS WHERE WE WILL HAVE FREEZING SPRAY ADVISORIES. SNOW SHOWERS AND REDUCED VSBYS MAY AFFECT E MA COASTAL WATERS AND ESPECIALLY WATERS E OF CAPE COD SAT NIGHT. OUTLOOK /SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY/... *** GALE FORCE WINDS AND HEAVY FREEZING SPRAY EXPECTED INTO EARLY SUN *** SUNDAY ... HIGH CONFIDENCE. STRONG AND BITTERLY COLD NORTHWEST WINDS WILL GUST TO GALE FORCE INTO EARLY SUNDAY. THIS WILL BE ACCOMPANIED BY A RISK FOR HEAVY FREEZING SPRAY. CONDITIONS DROP TO SMALL CRAFT THRESHOLDS BY LATE SUN. OCEAN EFFECT SNOWFALL IS LIKELY ACROSS SOME OF THE OTHER EASTERN WATERS. SUN NIGHT INTO MON ... HIGH CONFIDENCE. BRIEF RIDGE OF HIGH PRES MOVES ACROSS THE WATERS. THIS WILL ALLOW ANY SMALL CRAFT ADVISORIES TO DROP BY EARLY MON MORNING WITH MAINLY QUIET BOATING WEATHER TO FOLLOW FOR THE REST OF MON. MON NIGHT INTO TUE NGT ... MODERATE CONFIDENCE. WINDS SHIFT TO THE SW AS LOW PRES APPROACHES FROM THE SW. SOUTHERLY GALES LIKELY TUE/TUE EVENING. SNOW MON NIGHT TO RAIN TUE/TUE NIGHT MAY LEAD TO LOWER VISIBILITIES. WED ... MODERATE CONFIDENCE. IMPROVING TREND WITH LOW PRES EXITING INTO SOUTHERN QUEBEC. GUSTY NW WINDS LIKELY BUT DRY WEATHER AND IMPROVING VSBY.
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&& .CLIMATE... BITTERLY COLD TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED THIS WEEKEND. RECORD COLD HIGH AND LOW TEMPERATURES MAY BE TIED OR BROKEN. HERE ARE THE CURRENT RECORDS FOR THE WEEKEND. RECORD COLD HIGHS FOR FEB 13TH - 14TH... BOSTON.......15/1979 - 14/1916 HARTFORD.....11/1979 - 11/1979 PROVIDENCE...10/1979 - 10/1979 WORCESTER.... 8/1899 - 7/1979 BLUE HILL.... 9/1899 - 10/1979 RECORD COLD LOWS FOR FEB 13TH - 14TH - 15TH... BOSTON...... -3/1967 - -3/1934 - -14/1943 HARTFORD.... -7/1967 - -9/1979 - -18/1943 PROVIDENCE.. -5/1967 - -7/1979 - -14/1943 WORCESTER...-12/1967 - -11/1979 - -19/1943 BLUE HILL...-10/1967 - -9/1979 - -18/1943 && .BOX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
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CT...WIND CHILL WARNING FROM 4 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO NOON EST SUNDAY FOR CTZ002>004. MA...WIND CHILL ADVISORY FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO NOON EST SUNDAY FOR MAZ022>024. WIND CHILL WARNING FROM 4 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO NOON EST SUNDAY FOR MAZ002>019-026. WIND CHILL WARNING FROM 1 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO NOON EST SUNDAY FOR MAZ020-021. WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY UNTIL 9 AM EST THIS MORNING FOR MAZ024. RI...WIND CHILL ADVISORY FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO NOON EST SUNDAY FOR RIZ008. WIND CHILL WARNING FROM 4 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO NOON EST SUNDAY FOR RIZ001>004. WIND CHILL WARNING FROM 1 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO NOON EST SUNDAY FOR RIZ005>007. MARINE...HEAVY FREEZING SPRAY WARNING FROM 4 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 9 AM EST SUNDAY FOR ANZ231>235-237-250-251. GALE WARNING FROM 11 AM THIS MORNING TO 7 AM EST SUNDAY FOR ANZ230>237-250-251-254>256. FREEZING SPRAY ADVISORY FROM 4 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 1 PM EST SUNDAY FOR ANZ254>256.
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&& $$ SYNOPSIS...KJC/NOCERA NEAR TERM...FRANK SHORT TERM...KJC LONG TERM...NOCERA AVIATION...FRANK/NOCERA MARINE...KJC/NOCERA CLIMATE...STAFF

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