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000 FXUS61 KBOX 272350 AFDBOX AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA 750 PM EDT SAT JUN 27 2015 .SYNOPSIS... LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS OVERSPREAD THE REGION FROM WEST TO EAST THIS EVENING. THE HEAVIEST RAIN WILL FALL WELL AFTER MIDNIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING WHEN SOME LOCALIZED FLOODING MAY OCCUR. THE RAIN WILL TAPER OFF TO SCATTERED SHOWERS SUNDAY AFTERNOON. DRY WEATHER WILL PREVAIL DURING MONDAY. MORE UNSETTLED CONDITIONS LOOK TO DEVELOP IN THE FORM OF SCATTERED SHOWERS/THUNDERSTORMS TUESDAY NIGHT AND WED. MORE DRY WEATHER FOR THU INTO EARLY FRI...THEN MAY SEE MORE SCT SHOWERS/THUNDERSTORMS FRIDAY AFTERNOON WHICH MIGHT LINGER INTO NEXT SATURDAY. && .NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 AM SUNDAY MORNING/...
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735 PM UPDATE... AREA OF LIGHT RAIN HAS BEEN STEADILY MOVING NE ACROSS CT/RI/W AND SE MA OVER THE LAST FEW HOURS. NOTING SOME ELEMENTS OF MODERATE RAIN ON LATEST NE 88D REGIONAL RADAR ACROSS S COASTAL CT INTO NYC AREA...BUT GROUND TRUTH HAS HEAVIER RAINFALL FROM AROUND NYC ACROSS NJ INTO DE/E PA. TREND FOR TOTAL LIGHTNING ACROSS NJ HAS BEEN DOWNWARD SINCE 21Z...WITH SOME C/G STROKES AND CLOUD FLASHES ACROSS S NJ AT 2330Z. EXPECT STEADIER RAINFALL TO CONTINUE TO MOVE ACROSS THE REGION EARLY TONIGHT...WITH BANDS OF HEAVIER RAINFALL MOVING INTO THE CT VALLEY AROUND 02Z-03Z THEN WORK E OVERNIGHT. KEPT MENTION OF ISOLD THUNDER ACROSS CT/RI/S COASTAL MA BEGINNING AROUND 07Z ONWARD... MAINLY ANY LEFTOVER ELEVATED CONVECTION THAT MAY SURVIVE. HAVE UPDATED FORECAST TO BRING CONDITIONS CURRENT AND INCORPORATED TRENDS INTO REMAINDER OF THE OVERNIGHT FORECAST.
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&& .SHORT TERM /6 AM SUNDAY MORNING THROUGH 6 PM SUNDAY/... *** HEAVY RAIN/LOCALIZED FLOOD THREAT VERY LATE TONIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING WITH WINDY CONDITIONS ALONG THE COAST *** ANOMALOUS CLOSED LOW OVER THE GREAT LAKES WILL COMBINED WITH SURFACE LOW PRESSURE TRACKING ACROSS SOUTHEAST MA TO RESULT IN A HEAVY RAIN EVENT VERY LATE TONIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING. THE MAIN CONCERNS ARE FOR LOCALIZED FLOODING AND A PERIOD OF STRONG EASTERLY WINDS ALONG THE COAST. WILL BREAK DOWN THE POTENTIAL CONCERNS WITH THIS SYSTEM ONE BY ONE. 1) HEAVY RAIN AND LOCALIZED FLOOD POTENTIAL: AS WE MENTIONED QUITE THE ANOMALOUS SYSTEM FOR LATE JUNE STANDARDS. DEEP CLOSED LOW OVER THE GREAT LAKES AND ASSOCIATED LOW SURFACE TRACKING ACROSS FAR SOUTHEAST MA WILL SET THE STAGE FOR A HEAVY RAIN EVENT. THE ANOMALIES FOR THIS UPCOMING EVENT ARE QUITE REMARKABLE...ESPECIALLY WITH 925 MB EASTERLY WIND COMPONENT 5+ STANDARD DEVIATIONS FOR A TIME OVERNIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING. PWATS ARE ALSO 2 TO 3 STANDARD DEVIATIONS ABOVE NORMAL AND THERE IS SOME ELEVATED INSTABILITY. THIS WILL RESULT IN A PERIOD OF VERY STRONG FORCING AND HEAVY RAINFALL. SOME EMBEDDED THUNDERSTORMS ARE ALSO POSSIBLE WHICH MAY RESULT IN LOCALLY HIGHER RAINFALL AMOUNTS. FORTUNATELY...THIS SYSTEM IS FAIRLY PROGRESSIVE WHICH WILL LIMIT RAINFALL TOTALS TO SOME EXTENT. NONETHELESS...WE ARE STILL CONCERNED GIVEN HOW AN EXTREMELY ANOMALOUS EASTERLY JET COMBINED WITH PWATS OVER 2 INCHES AND ELEVATED INSTABILITY. GIVEN THE ABOVE PARAMETERS...HAVE OPTED TO EXPAND FLOOD WATCH INTO EASTERN MA AND RHODE ISLAND. BIGGEST CONCERN IN THIS REGION IS THE TYPICAL URBAN/STREET FLOODING WITH THE POTENTIAL OF 2+ INCH RAINFALL AMOUNTS OCCUR IN LESS THAN 1 HOUR....ESPECIALLY IN THE TYPICALLY PRONE LOCATIONS. FLOOD WATCH ALSO CONTINUES FOR EAST SLOPES OF BERKSHIRES WHERE EASTERLY FLOW SHOULD RESULT IN SOME ENHANCEMENT IN QPF. 2) WIND POTENTIAL: THERE IS SOME UNCERTAINTY ON HOW MUCH WIND WILL BE ABLE TO MIX DOWN FROM THE ANOMALOUS EASTERLY LLJ JET WITH INVERSION IN PLACE. HOWEVER...HEAVIER RAIN OR CONVECTIVE ELEMENTS MAY ALLOW SOME OF THIS TO MIX DOWN AT TIMES. THE NAM IS ALSO SHOWING A PERIOD OF 3 HOUR PRESSURE FALLS CLOSE TO 6 MB...WHICH SHOULD HELP IN GETTING A PERIOD OF 35 TO 45 MPH WINDS TO THE COASTAL PLAIN. WHILE MUCH OF THE REGION MAY REMAIN BELOW OFFICIAL WIND ADVISORY CRITERIA...FULL LEAFED TREES COMBINED WITH HEAVY RAIN MAY INCREASE THE RISK FOR SOME DOWNED TREES/ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES. THEREFORE...DECIDED TO ISSUE A WIND ADVISORY FOR EASTERN MA AND RHODE ISLAND. HIGHEST WINDS EXPECTED FOR VERY LATE TONIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING. 3) SEVERE WEATHER POTENTIAL: THE OVERALL SEVERE WEATHER POTENTIAL AND RISK FOR A TORNADO OR TWO APPEARS LOW...BUT ITS NOT ZERO EITHER. GIVEN THE TRACK OF THE SURFACE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM...MUCH OF THE REGION WILL LIKELY REMAIN NORTH OF THE BOUNDARY ALL DAY. IN FACT...HIGH TEMPS MAY NOT MAKE IT PAST THE LOWER 60S TO THE NORTH OF THE MA PIKE. THE EXCEPTION WILL BE PORTIONS OF RHODE ISLAND AND SOUTHEAST MA...WHERE THEY SHOULD WARM SECTOR FOR A TIME. THE PROBLEM IS THAT THE BULK OF THE STRONG FORCING WILL HAVE LIFTED TO THE NORTH. ALSO...SHALLOW COOL AIR WILL BE SITTING JUST TO THE NORTH OF THE BOUNDARY WHICH IS NOT CONDUCIVE FOR A BRIEF TORNADO. SO ALL IN ALL...APPEARS THE RISK FOR A TORNADO ON SUNDAY IS RATHER LOW BUT GIVEN HIGH HELICITY ON THE BOUNDARY WE CAN NOT COMPLETELY RULE IT OUT. 4) HIGH SURF: GIVEN SEAS BUILDING TO BETWEEN 7 AND 13 FEET ACROSS OUR OUTER- WATERS...HAVE HOISTED A HIGH SURF ADVISORY FOR THE SOUTH AND EAST FACING OCEAN EXPOSED BEACHES OF MA/RI ON SUNDAY. DANGEROUS RIP CURRENTS ARE EXPECTED AS WELL...ALTHOUGH CERTAINLY FAR FROM AN IDEAL BEACH DAY. && .LONG TERM /SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY/... HIGHLIGHTS... * DRY CONDITIONS AND MILD TEMPS MONDAY * SCATTERED SHOWERS/T-STORMS POSSIBLE TUE NIGHT/WED AND AGAIN FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY * TEMPS CLOSE TO OR SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL MUCH OF NEXT WEEK OVERVIEW AND MODEL PREFERENCES... MODELS CONTINUE TO SIGNAL SLOW MOVING...HIGHLY AMPLIFIED UPPER LEVEL PATTERN ACROSS NORTH AMERICA THROUGH A GOOD PORTION OF THIS LONG TERM PERIOD. LONG WAVE TROUGH DIGGING FROM THE GREAT LAKES TO THE GULF COAST STATES SUN NIGHT/MON TRIES TO FLATTEN OUT SOMEWHAT AS IT LIFTS NE BEGINNING AROUND THE LATE WED/THU TIMEFRAME. HOWEVER... TRANSLATING THIS TO THE SURFACE IS MORE DIFFICULT WITH WIDENING TIMING AND TRACK DIFFERENCES WITH INDIVIDUAL SURFACE FEATURES IN THIS UPPER FLOW STARTING MID WEEK ONWARD. EVEN WITH THIS UPPER LEVEL TROUGHING IN PLACE...IT DOES LOOK LIKE THERE WILL BE GOOD AMOUNTS OF DRY CONDITIONS AND CLOSE TO OR SLIGHTLY COOLER THAN NORMAL TEMPS FOR MOST OF THE LONG TERM. LOOKING AT THE 12Z OP MODEL RUNS...DOES APPEAR THAT SURFACE FEATURES ARE MOVING A BIT SLOWER ESPECIALLY LATER IN THE PERIOD FROM THEIR PREVIOUS RUNS...WHICH LENDS TO LOWER CONFIDENCE AS THIS WILL BE DEPENDENT UPON THE BREAKDOWN OF THE LONG WAVE RIDGING OVER THE WESTERN U.S. AND WHETHER THE OVERALL UPPER PATTERN TRIES TO BREAK DOWN ACROSS THE LOWER 48 LATER IN THE PERIOD. AT THIS POINT...LOOKS LIKE THE PATTERN WILL GENERALLY REMAIN IN PLACE INTO THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND. WILL BE USING A BLEND OF ALL AVAILABLE GUIDANCE INTO WEDNESDAY AS 06Z/12Z OP MODEL RUNS WERE IN GOOD AGREEMENT TO THE PREVIOUS FORECAST...THEN TRENDED OVER TO A BLEND OF ENSEMBLE GUIDANCE /GEFS AND ECENS/ BEYOND WEDNESDAY AS OP RUN SOLUTIONS WIDENED. DETAILS... SUNDAY NIGHT...CUTOFF H5 LOW PRES ACROSS N NY STATE INTO QUEBEC SHIFTS NE AS IT TENDS TO OPEN UP. ITS ASSOCIATED SURFACE LOW ALSO LIFTS NE...TAKING ANY LEFTOVER SHOWERS WITH IT. A FEW SHOWERS MAY LINGER ACROSS THE E SLOPES OF THE BERKSHIRES OVERNIGHT. CLOUDS WILL ALSO LINGER AS TEMPS FALL BACK TO THE MID 50S ACROSS THE HIGHER INLAND TERRAIN RANGING TO THE MID 60S ALONG THE COAST. MONDAY...AS WEAKENING H5 SYSTEM MOVES NE OUT OF QUEBEC...ANOTHER SHORT WAVE DIGS ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES. WEAK HIGH PRES MOVES ACROSS THE REGION BUT WILL SEE A DECENT AMOUNT OF DIURNAL CLOUDS ESPECIALLY ACROSS THE INTERIOR WITH COOLER TEMPS ALOFT. MIGHT SQUEEZE A FEW SHOWERS OUT OF THIS ACROSS THE E SLOPES OF THE BERKSHIRES. WILL SEE SOME LOW LEVEL MIXING AS W WINDS MAY BE GUSTY AT TIMES MAINLY ALONG THE S COAST. EXPECT HIGHS IN THE 70S...UP TO 5 DEGS COOLER THAN SEASONAL NORMS FOR LATE JUNE. WILL PROBABLY SEE SOME LEFTOVER HIGH SURF AND STRONG RIP CURRENTS FOR THOSE HEADING TO THE BEACH ON MONDAY ESPECIALLY ALONG THE S COAST. TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY...NEXT H5 SHORT WAVE MOVES TOWARD THE REGION. WILL START OFF PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY ON TUESDAY...THEN CLOUDS INCREASE AS LOW PRES WORKS OUT OF THE GREAT LAKES. NOTING GOOD INSTABILITY WITH THIS SYSTEM AS S-SW WINDS PICK UP ALLOWING DEWPTS TO INCREASE. K INDICES RISE TO THE LOWER 30S DURING THE AFTERNOON BUT SHORT RANGE MODELS IN GOOD AGREEMENT TO HOLD OFF PRECIP UNTIL TUE NIGHT. LIFTED INDICES ALSO DROP BELOW ZERO TUE NIGHT AND WED. AS THE MAIN LOW MOVES INTO SOUTHERN QUEBEC ON WED...MAY SEE OCCLUSION AND A TRIPLE POINT LOW FORM CLOSE TO OR JUST S OF THE REGION. MAY SEE A THREAT OF SEVERE WEATHER DURING THIS PERIOD IF THIS SECOND LOW AND ITS ASSOCIATED WARM FRONT COULD LIFT N ESPECIALLY DURING THE LATE MORNING AND AFTERNOON WHICH MAY ALLOW FOR SOME ELEVATED CONVECTION TO TAKE PLACE /NOTING TQ VALUES IN THE UPPER TEENS TO AROUND 20/. DEPENDING UPON TIMING...SHOULD SEE BEST SHOT FOR CONVECTION DURING WED...POSSIBLY INTO WED EVENING BEFORE SHIFTING NE. MAY SEE LINGERING SHOWERS LATER WED NIGHT. THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...AMPLIFIED NORTHERN STREAM WILL ALLOW FOR A SHORT WAVE OR TWO TO PASS ACROSS THE REGION...THOUGH TIMING IS UNCERTAIN. AT THIS POINT...SHOULD BE MAINLY DRY BEYOND THURSDAY MORNING INTO EARLY FRIDAY. AFTER THAT...MAY SEE ANOTHER SHORT WAVE SHIFTING NE OUT OF THE TENNESSEE AND OHIO VALLEYS WHICH WILL APPROACH FRI AFTERNOON. HAVE MENTIONED CHANCE FOR SHOWERS BUT HELD OFF THE MENTION OF THUNDERSTORMS AT THIS POINT. UNCERTAIN ON TIMING OF ANY INSTABILITY THAT MAY APPROACH WITH THIS NEXT SHORT WAVE AS WELL. KEPT MENTION OF CHANCE POPS IN FOR SATURDAY THE 4TH BUT VERY MUCH UP IN THE AIR ON TIMING. && .AVIATION /00Z SUNDAY THROUGH THURSDAY/...
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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/... OVERNIGHT AND SUNDAY...MODERATE TO HIGH CONFIDENCE. VFR CONDITIONS AT 00Z WILL DETERIORATE TO MVFR FROM WEST TO EAST TONIGHT AS STEADY RAIN WORKS INTO THE REGION. WHILE AIRMASS HAS BEEN SLOWLY SATURATING THROUGH THE AFTERNOON WITH STEADY E-SE WINDS...EXPECT THE LOWERING CONDITIONS TO TAKE TIME AS TEMP/DEWPT SPREADS AOA 10 DEGREES AT 23Z. MAY SEE PATCHY HEAVY RAIN PUSH NE INTO THE CT VALLEY BY AROUND 03Z OR SO THEN MOVE SLOWLY FROM WEST TO EAST WITH LOWERING CONDITIONS TO IFR AT TIMES. E-SE WIND GUSTS OF 30 TO 40 KNOTS DEVELOPING ALONG THE COAST. LLWS WILL AFFECT THE ENTIRE REGION WITH AN ANOMALOUS EAST TO SOUTHEAST LOW LEVEL JET. EMBEDDED ISOLD THUNDERSTORMS ARE ALSO POSSIBLE ESPECIALLY NEAR THE SOUTH COAST. RAIN TAPERS OFF TO SCATTERED SHOWERS FROM WEST TO EAST SUNDAY AFTERNOON. HOWEVER...IFR TO LOW END MVFR CONDITIONS LIKELY HANG TOUGH IN LOW CLOUDS AND FOG PATCHES BUT SOME TEMPORARY IMPROVEMENT MAY OCCUR ACROSS RHODE ISLAND AND SOUTHEAST MA AS THE REGION WARM SECTORS. KBOS TERMINAL...MODERATE TO HIGH CONFIDENCE IN TAF TRENDS BUT LOW CONFIDENCE IN EXACT TIMING. KBDL TERMINAL...MODERATE TO HIGH CONFIDENCE IN TAF TRENDS BUT LOW CONFIDENCE IN EXACT TIMING. OUTLOOK...SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY...MODERATE CONFIDENCE. SUNDAY NIGHT...LOCAL MVFR-IFR IN SCT SHOWERS EARLY SHOULD END...THOUGH WIDELY SCT SHOWERS MAY LINGER THROUGH MIDNIGHT OR SO ACROSS E SLOPES OF THE BERKSHIRES. AREAS OF IFR VSBYS IN PATCHY FOG. LIGHT/VRBL WINDS BECOME LIGHT W-SW LATE. MONDAY...MAINLY VFR. MAY SEE A FEW WIDELY SCT SHOWERS WITH LOCAL MVFR VSBYS ALONG E SLOPES OF THE BERKSHIRES. W WINDS MAY GUST UP TO 20-25 KT ALONG S COAST DURING THE DAY THEN DIMINISHING. TUESDAY...MAINLY VFR. LOCAL MVFR CIGS/VSBYS IN SCT SHOWERS/TSTMS IN WESTERN MA/CT TUE AFTERNOON SPREADING EASTWARD AND INCREASING IN COVERAGE TUE NIGHT. WEDNESDAY...MAINLY VFR. LOCAL MVFR CONDITIONS IN SCT SHOWERS/TSTMS DURING THE DAY...GRADUALLY TAPERING OFF WED NIGHT. THURSDAY...VFR. WIDELY SCT SHOWERS EARLY WITH BRIEF LOCAL MVFR CONDITIONS.
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&& .MARINE... FORECASTER CONFIDENCE LEVELS... LOW...LESS THAN 30 PERCENT. MODERATE...30 TO 60 PERCENT. HIGH...GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT. SHORT TERM /TONIGHT AND SUNDAY/...MODERATE TO HIGH CONFIDENCE. ANOMALOUS LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL RESULT IN WINDS AND SEAS INCREASING TONIGHT. STRONGEST WINDS EXPECTED VERY LATE TONIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING WITH EASTERLY GUSTS BETWEEN 30 AND 40 KNOTS. GALE WARNINGS IN EFFECT FOR ALL WATERS. SEAS ACROSS THE OUTER-WATERS WILL BUILD TO BETWEEN 7 TO 13 FEET BY SUNDAY MORNING. HEAVY RAIN AND A FEW EMBEDDED THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED VERY LATE TONIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING. OVERALL...SEVERE WEATHER POTENTIAL IS LOW BUT CAN NOT COMPLETELY RULE OUT AN ISOLATED WATERSPOUT ACROSS OUR SOUTHERN WATERS. OUTLOOK...SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY...MODERATE CONFIDENCE. SUNDAY NIGHT...SW WINDS WILL REMAIN GUSTY OVER THE SOUTHERN WATERS...UP TO 25 KT...THOUGH LOOKS TO DIMINISH AFTER MIDNIGHT. SEAS REMAIN HIGH ON THE WATERS THOUGH SO SMALL CRAFTS SHOULD REMAIN IN PLACE. MAY SEE REDUCED VSBYS IN AREAS OF FOG ESPECIALLY ON THE OUTER WATERS. MONDAY...SW WINDS WILL PICK UP AGAIN...GUSTING TO 25 KT FROM LATE MORNING INTO THE EVENING BEFORE DIMINISHING AGAIN. E-SE SWELLS WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE OPEN WATERS WHICH MAY BEGIN TO SLOWLY SUBSIDE MON NIGHT. TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY...EXPECT S-SW WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 20 KT WED/WED NIGHT. SEAS REMAIN AOA 5 FT ON THE OPEN WATERS. SCT SHOWERS/TSTMS TUE NIGHT/WED ALONG WITH PATCHY FOG WILL REDUCE VSBYS. THURSDAY...WINDS SHIFT TO W AND DIMINISH. SEAS ON THE SOUTHERN OPEN WATERS AROUND TO E OF CAPE COD WILL REMAIN AT AROUND 5 FT EARLY THU BUT SHOULD SLOWLY SUBSIDE. && .HYDROLOGY... WIDESPREAD RAINFALL OF 1-3 INCHES WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS IS EXPECTED. AT THIS TIME...MOST AREA RIVERS ARE AT THEIR NORMAL SEASONAL LOW POINTS AND SHOULD REMAIN IN THEIR BANKS. HOWEVER...WITH THE VERY HIGH PWATS AND POTENTIAL FOR CONVECTIVE ELEMENTS...ITS POSSIBLE FFG MAY BE EXCEEDED IN SOME AREAS. WIDESPREAD FFG VALUES ARE NEARLY 2.0 INCHES/1 HOUR...2.5 INCHES/3 HOUR...AND 3 INCHES/6 HOUR RATES. NORMALLY FLASHY BASINS/STREAMS MAY NEED TO BE MONITORED. ALSO...URBAN FLOODING WILL BE POSSIBLE AS WELL AS FFG RATES WILL BE LOWER IN THESE LOCATIONS. APPEARS THAT THERE WILL BE 2 MAXIMUM IN QPF. ONE OVER THE EAST SLOPES OF THE BERKSHIRES WITH UPSLOPE FLOW. THE SECOND ONE WILL BE SOMEWHERE OVER EASTERN MA/RHODE ISLAND JUST TO THE NORTHWEST OF THE SURFACE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM ESPECIALLY IF CONVECTIVE ELEMENTS CAN GET INVOLVED. THOSE ARE THE TWO AREAS WHERE A FLOOD WATCH HAS BEEN ISSUED. && .BOX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... CT...NONE. MA...WIND ADVISORY FROM 3 AM TO NOON EDT SUNDAY FOR MAZ005>007- 013>024. HIGH SURF ADVISORY FROM 8 AM TO 8 PM EDT SUNDAY FOR MAZ007-015- 016-019>024. FLOOD WATCH FROM 4 AM EDT SUNDAY THROUGH SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOR MAZ005>007-013>021. FLOOD WATCH FROM 2 AM EDT SUNDAY THROUGH LATE SUNDAY NIGHT FOR MAZ002-008-009. RI...WIND ADVISORY FROM 3 AM TO NOON EDT SUNDAY FOR RIZ001>008. HIGH SURF ADVISORY FROM 8 AM TO 8 PM EDT SUNDAY FOR RIZ006>008. FLOOD WATCH FROM 4 AM EDT SUNDAY THROUGH SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOR RIZ001>007. MARINE...GALE WARNING FROM 2 AM TO 11 AM EDT SUNDAY FOR ANZ231>237. GALE WARNING FROM 2 AM TO 2 PM EDT SUNDAY FOR ANZ230-250-251- 254>256. && $$ SYNOPSIS...FRANK/EVT NEAR TERM...FRANK/EVT SHORT TERM...FRANK LONG TERM...EVT AVIATION...FRANK/EVT MARINE...FRANK/EVT HYDROLOGY...FRANK

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