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« on: March 27, 2017, 01:06:59 AM »

Again, another unsettled week, but with better water conditions. Sunday Night into Monday Morning will have chances of fog and showers. Northern areas could see freezing rain and fog. Monday, Tuesday, and Friday will have chances of rain showers. Monday and Tuesday will have fog chances late at night and early in the day. Tuesday will have chances of thunderstorms . Wednesday and Thursday will be dry and sunny. Temperatures will be warmer this week with highs in the 40ís to 60ís and lows in the 30ís to 40ís. Water conditions will be borderline to cautious all week, however winds in the 10-15 knot range with gusts to 25 knots and seas 3-5 feet will be average. Water temperatures are still steady and making coastal temperatures a few degrees cooler during the day. UV Index will be 0-7/15.
Low pressure moving from the Mississippi Valley into the Great Lakes will lift a warm front northward through our region overnight into Monday morning, followed by a cold front Tuesday night. Canadian high pressure will build into the area Wednesday through
Friday. Low pressure and its associated fronts in the Ohio Valley on Friday will move through our region on Saturday. A weak area of high pressure is expected to move into our region from the west on Sunday.

The weekend will have chances of rain with highs in the 50ís and lows in the 30ís and 40ís. Water conditions will be cautious to hazardous with gusty winds and highs seas to 6+ feet.

Have a great week and thanks for reading!

Sky:  Cloudy, then mostly cloudy, Fog
Precipitation:  20%-100% Chance of showers during the day, 30% Chance of showers at night
High:   Mid 50ís to upper 60ís
Low:   Low 50ís inland, upper 40ís at the shore, mid 40ís for northern areas
UV Index:  0-4/15 (Low-Moderate)
Sunrise: 6:49am
Sunset: 7:15pm
New Moon: 10:58pm

Sky:  Cloudy, then mostly cloudy, Fog
Precipitation:  40%-70% Chance of showers and thunderstorms all day
High:   Upper 50ís to upper 60ís
Low:   Low to upper 40ís
UV Index:  0-5/15 (Low-Moderate)
Sunrise: 6:47am
Sunset: 7:16pm

Sky:  Mostly sunny, then mostly clear
Precipitation:  0%-Slight Chance
High:   Low upper 50ís
Low:   Low to upper 30ís
UV Index:  5-7/15 (Moderate-High)
Sunrise: 6:45am
Sunset: 7:17pm

Sky:  Sunny becoming mostly cloudy
Precipitation:  0%-Slight Chance
High:   Upper 40ís to mid 50ís
Low:   Low 30ís to low 40ís
UV Index:  5-7/15 (Moderate-High)
Sunrise: 6:44am
Sunset: 7:18pm

Sky:   Mostly cloudy to cloudy
Precipitation:  30%-70% chance of showers all day
High:   Upper 40ís to mid 50ís
Low:   Mid 30ís to low 40ís
UV Index:  3-6/15 (Moderate-High)
Sunrise: 6:42am
Sunset: 7:19pm

Monday Surface Analysis

Tuesday Surface Analysis

Wednesday Surface Analysis

Thursday Surface Analysis

Friday Surface

Total Precipitation Monday - Saturday

Total Precipitation Monday - Monday

Severe Weather for Tuesday

Sea Surface Temperatures


20 Meters (≈65 feet)

NWS OPC Sea Surface Temperature 3 Day Loop

NWS OPC Gulf Stream Currents 3 Day Loop

Ocean Currents


20 Meters (≈65 feet)

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