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« on: March 11, 2016, 04:05:00 AM »





 
               
Overall, an early Spring weekend with mostly settled weather and mostly good water conditions. Saturday will be sunny with increasing clouds later in the day becoming mostly cloudy to cloudy overnight. Sunday will be cloudy with scattered chances of rain showers during the day and more widely scattered to widespread, organized rain or showers overnight. Highs will range from the mid 50s to mid 60s with overnight lows in the 40s. Water conditions will be mainly good. Some areas could see some gusty winds on Saturday increasing in the afternoon to 10-15 knots with gusts to 20 knots. However, overall, Saturday will not be much of a problem with seas to 3 maybe 4 feet later when winds pickup. These 3 and 4 feet numbers look like very high, worst case scenario, but are possible. Sunday will have good conditions again, with winds possibly increasing late Sunday Night and carrying over into Monday. Winds will gust to 20 knots again. Surf and beach conditions will be good with just some gusty winds to 20 knots possible. Wave heights will be 1-2 feet with 1-3 foot averages. Water temperatures have warmed a few degrees into the mid to upper 40s. UV Index will be Low to High at 1-6/15.

A weak cold front will cross the region on Thursday Night. High pressure over the Mississippi Valley will build over the Mid Atlantic Friday and move offshore on Saturday.  A warm front will approach on Sunday and become stationary over the area on Monday. A couple of low pressure systems will develop along this front and move through the Mid Atlantic on Monday and Tuesday. High pressure is expected to move in on Wednesday and another cold front may approach on Thursday.

The upcoming week will be unsettled with rain chances on Monday, Thursday, and possibly Friday. Tuesday Night and Wednesday are the only days that look without chances of rain. Highs will be in the 50s and 60s with overnight lows in the 40s. Overall, there has been a pretty quick exit of Winter already, but you can never count it out completely, just yet. Water, surf and beach conditions will be cautious on Monday, good on Tuesday and then borderline to cautious on Wednesday through Friday. The unsettled, moving boundaries, could make conditions unsettled on the water as well.

Have a great weekend and thanks for reading!

Saturday
Sky:  Sunny with increasing clouds becoming partly to mostly cloudy
Precipitation:  0%-slight chance
Temperatures
High:     Upper 50s to mid 60s
Low:     Mid to upper 40s inland and at the shore, low 40s northern areas
UV Index:  4-6/15 (Moderate-High)
Sunrise: 6:13am
Sunset: 6:00pm


Sunday
Sky:  Cloudy
Precipitation:  20% chance of rain showers during the day, 60% chance of rain showers at night
Temperatures
High:     Mid 50s to mid 60s
Low:     Mid to upper 40s inland and at the shore, low 40s northern areas
UV Index:  1-4/15 (Low-Moderate)
Daylight Savings Time Beginsclocks go ahead 1 hour at 2:00 AM
Sunrise: 7:11am
Sunset: 7:01pm


Friday Night Surface Analysis



Saturday Surface Analysis



Sunday Surface Analysis



Friday Monday Precipitation Total



Coastal Waters (out to 20nm) Forecasts

Raritan Bay/New York Harbor to Sandy Hook
Water Temperature:  47F
Saturday
Winds: S 5 knots becoming SW in the afternoon
Seas:  1 foot or less
Surf (Ocean):  1-3 feet
Saturday Night
Winds: W 5-10 knots
Seas:  1 foot or less
Surf (Ocean):  1-3 feet
Sunday
Wind:  N 5 knots becoming E in the afternoon
Seas:  1 foot or less
Surf (Ocean):  1-3 feet
Sunday Night
Wind:  E 5-10 knots
Seas:  1 foot or less
Surf (Ocean):  1-3 feet

Sandy Hook (Bay) Tides

Sandy Hook Tides




Sandy Hook to Fire Island Inlet, NY
Water Temperature:  47F
Saturday Morning
Winds: N 3 to 4 knots
Seas:  S 1 feet at 7 seconds
Surf (Ocean):  1-3 feet
Saturday Afternoon
Winds: SSW 7 to 10 knots
Seas:  S 1 feet at 6 seconds
Surf (Ocean):  1-3 feet
Sunday Morning
Winds: NNW 5 to 7 knots
Seas:  S 1 feet at 5 seconds
Surf (Ocean):  1-3 feet
Sunday Afternoon
Winds: ESE 6 to 8 knots
Seas:  SSE 1 feet at 6 seconds
Surf (Ocean):  1-3 Feet

Coney Island, NY Tides

Coney Island Tides




Sandy Hook (Ocean) to Barnegat Inlet
Water Temperature:  44F
Saturday Morning
Winds: NE 4 to 5 knots
Seas:  S 1 feet at 7 seconds
Surf:  1-3 feet
Saturday Afternoon
Winds: SSW 7 to 9 knots
Seas:  ESE 1 feet at 8 seconds
Surf:  1-3 feet
Sunday Morning
Winds: WNW 6 to 8 knots
Seas:  ENE 1 feet at 7 seconds
Surf:  1-3 feet
Sunday Afternoon
Winds: E 8 to 10 knots
Seas:  ENE 1 feet at 7 seconds
Surf:  1-3 feet


Manasquan Inlet Tides

Manasquan Inlet Tides




Barnegat Bay at Island Beach State Park
Water Temperature:  45F
Saturday
Wind:  Variable winds less than 5 knots becoming SSW 5-10 knots in the morning
Seas:  1 foot or less
Surf:  0-1 feet
Saturday Night
Wind:  SW 5-8 knots becoming variable and less than 5 knots after midnight
Seas:  1 foot or less
Surf:  0-1 feet
Sunday
Wind:  Variable winds 5 knots or less
Seas:  1 foot or less
Surf:  0-1 feet
Sunday Night
Wind:  ESE 6-11 knots
Seas:  1 foot or less
Surf:  0-1 feet

Barnegat Bay (Island Beach State Park) Tides
   
Barnegat Bay Tides




Barnegat Inlet to Cape May (Ocean)
Water Temperature:  45F
Saturday Morning
Winds: ENE 3 to 5 knots
Seas:  ESE 2 feet at 5 seconds
Surf:  1-3 feet
Saturday Afternoon
Winds: SSW 5 to 7 knots
Seas:  ESE 1 feet at 8 seconds
Surf:  1-3 feet
Sunday Morning
Winds: WSW 3 to 4 knots
Seas:  E 1 feet at 8 seconds
Surf:  1-3 feet
Sunday Afternoon
Winds: ESE 8 to 11 knots
Seas:  ENE 1 feet at 7 seconds
Surf:  1-3 feet

Cape May (Ocean) Tides

Cape May Tides




Delaware Bay
Water Temperature:  48F
Saturday
Wind:  SW 5 knots
Seas:  1-2 feet
Surf:  1 foot
Saturday Night
Wind:  SW 5 knots
Seas:  1-2 feet
Surf:  1 foot
Sunday
Wind:  SW 5 knots becoming SE in the afternoon
Seas:  1-2 feet
Surf:  1 foot
Sunday Night
Wind:  SE 10 knots
Seas:  2-3 feet
Surf:  1-2 feet

Delaware Bay (Ship John Shoal) Tides

Delaware Bay Tides




Offshore Waters

Midshore to Offshore (20nm-50nm)
Water Temperature:  44F-46F
Saturday Morning
Winds: ENE 3 to 5 knots
Seas:  ESE 2 feet at 5 seconds
Saturday Afternoon
Winds: SSW 5 to 7 knots
Seas:  ESE 1 feet at 8 seconds
Sunday Morning
Winds: WSW 3 to 4 knots
Seas:  E 1 feet at 8 seconds
Sunday Afternoon
Winds: ESE 8 to 11 knots
Seas:  ENE 1 feet at 7 seconds

Sea Surface Temperatures

Surface



20 Meters (≈65 feet)



Ocean Currents

Surface




20 Meters (≈65 feet)







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*****These forecasts are a general extended outlook for weather and water conditions over a large area, covering all of NJ and adjacent coastal waters to 50nm. Weather and water conditions can and do change frequently and can also be different for specific locations.  Water conditions ratings are general guidelines only.  Make sure to check the specific seas and winds for the area you will be traveling.  Every boat and captain has different operating values.  You should always check the most updated weather and water condition forecasts at NWS/NOAA and/or Buoy Weather or your trusted weather source before venturing out!

*****Forecasts obtained from Buoy Weather & the National Weather Service (NOAA)
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