Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS61 KOKX 221133

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service New York NY
733 AM EDT Tue Aug 22 2017

A cold front will approach today and pass early Wednesday. High
pressure then remains in control through the end of the week
with a much drier and cooler airmass.


Forecast update to include some fog, mainly across portions of
CT and the Lower Hudson Valley through 13z. Also, some stratus
has developed across the region so have increased sky cover just
a bit.

Otherwise, Increasing ssw llvl flow will ramp up the humidity
today. As this occurs, a hotter airmass will be building in as
well, resulting in heat indices in the 90s to around 100. A heat
advy remains in effect for those areas where a heat index
around 100 is fcst.

Weak remnant pockets of energy will continue to pass thru the
cwa today, potentially sparking isold tstms thru the day. The
forcing increases this eve and tngt as the h3 jet gets closer,
however the existing convection may outrun the main forcing,
which could suppress additional development. High cape today
along with good shear balance, particularly wrn areas. There
will be svr chances with anything that pops in that environment.
As the night progresses, strong h85 winds around 50kt traverse
the cwa. Damaging winds possible in the stronger storms in this
environment. There are still several hours for mesoscale
analysis and another run of the models to better refine the
threat for late this aftn and tngt, so generic tstms are in the
fcst with the hwo/ehwo still based on spc swody1. Under this
scenario however it would not be surprising to get some
overnight severes.

Waves will get increasingly choppy this aftn as ssw winds
increase. A high rip current risk remains in effect for today.


The actual cold front will be lagging behind and pass during the
day. The prefrontal trof however and preceding tstms are
progged to clear out most of the instability before the front
gets here. As a result, only low chances for tstms will remain
in the fcst until the fropa. The thermal trof will be exiting,
however, the hot air aloft should mix down early resulting in a
warm day, especially ern areas, but with less humidity. Because
of this, heat indices should be cooler than Tue. A blend of the
guidance was used for temps.


Canadian high pressure builds into the region Thursday through early
next week, providing dry and sunny conditions. Temperatures will
remain below normal as highs only reach the 70s to near 80 each day.

There could be some isolated showers/tstms on Sunday as an upper
trough moves through the Northeast. Most model guidance has the
upper level energy passing to the north of the CWA so have not
included in the current forecast, however this may change in
subsequent forecasts.

An area of low pressure may pass south of Long Island early next
week. While it should remain dry, an increasing easterly flow is
expected to develop.


A cold front approaches the region late today and crosses

MVFR/IFR cigs/vsby improving to VFR through mid to late

S/SW winds strengthen during the late morning into early
afternoon. Gusts of 20 to 25 kt expected for aft/eve push, with
occasional gusts 25 to 30 kt possible for LI and NYC/NJ metro

Widespread shra/tsra development expected across Central NY/PA
late this afternoon, weakening but likely working into NYC/NJ
terminals and NW terminals aft 02z with mvfr conds. Potential
for ifr cig development for coastal terminals this evening.
Showers/tstms push east of NYC/NJ metro terminals late tonight
with MVFR cigs possible.

 ...NY Metro Enhanced Aviation Weather Support...

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KJFK TAF Comments: IFR cigs improving to VFR btwn 13-15z. S
gusts 25-30 kt likely aft 20z.

The afternoon KJFK haze potential forecast is YELLOW...which implies
slant range visibility 4-6SM outside of cloud.

KLGA TAF Comments: MVFR cigs improving to VFR btwn 13-15z. S
gusts 25-30 kt likely aft 21z.

The afternoon KLGA haze potential forecast is GREEN...which implies
slant range visibility 7SM or greater outside of cloud.

KEWR TAF Comments: MVFR cigs improving to VFR btwn 13-15z. SW
gusts 20-25 kt likely and G25-30 kt possible between 19-23z.

The afternoon KEWR haze potential forecast is GREEN...which implies
slant range visibility 7SM or greater outside of cloud.

KTEB TAF Comments: MVFR cigs improving to VFR btwn 13-15z. S
gusts 25 kt possible between 19-23z.

KHPN TAF Comments: MVFR/IFR cigs improving to VFR btwn 13-15z.
S gusts 25 kt possible between 19-23z.

KISP TAF Comments: MVFR/IFR cigs improving to VFR btwn 14-16z.
S gusts 25 kt likely aft 20z.

.Wednesday...Low prob of -shra/MVFR AM...mainly eastern
terminals. Becoming VFR in AM. W-NW G15KT possible.
.Wednesday night-Saturday...VFR.


Winds will increase today ahead of a strong cold front. The sca
has been expanded to all waters for this aftn and tngt. On Wed,
seas may linger abv 5 ft on the ocean, especially during the
mrng. Elsewhere, wind and seas blw sca lvls.

Sub-advisory conditions are expected Wednesday night through the
weekend with tranquil weather.


Showers and thunderstorms today and tngt may cause minor
nuisance/urbanized flooding. No widespread hydrologic impacts
are forecast through the rest of the week.


Tides are running high astronomically. Water levels will
approach minor flood levels across mainly the south shore bays
areas with tonight`s high tide, but are likely to remain just


NY...Heat Advisory from noon today to 6 PM EDT this evening for
     High Rip Current Risk through this evening for NYZ075-080-081-
NJ...Heat Advisory from noon today to 6 PM EDT this evening for
MARINE...Small Craft Advisory from 3 PM this afternoon to 6 AM EDT
     Wednesday for ANZ330-335-338-340-345-350-353-355.


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