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« on: October 09, 2017, 01:07:37 AM »





An unsettled week with cautious and hazardous water conditions. This week will feel more like Summer with rain and showers most of the week, possible thunderstorms on Monday and Tuesday, highs in the 60s and 70s and lows in the 50s and 60s with higher humidity. Water, surf and beach conditions will be borderline to harzardous with winds to 35 knots and seas to 9 feet. Water temperatures are steady in the 60s and 70s, still. UV Index will be Low to High at 0-6/15
 
A cold front will become stationary just north of our region, then move slowly north overnight. Meanwhile, the remnants of Nate will traverse the Appalachians, moving just west of our area on Monday. Another cold front frontal passage is expected Tuesday night. A sprawling area of Canadian high pressure will settle across our region Wednesday through early next weekend. An additional cold front may approach our area by late next weekend.

Nate is now just a depression and will pass to our north tomorrow. Rain should be the only major issue, however an isolated thunderstorm may be possible as well. There is another area of invest in the Atlantic.

Have a great week and thanks for reading!
                     
Monday
Sky:  Cloudy
Precipitation:  30% - 100% chance of rain/showers all day
Temperatures
High:   Mid 70s to Low 80s
Low:   Low to upper 60s
UV Index: 0-3/15 (Low Moderate)
Sunrise: 7:00am
Sunset: 6:27pm


Tuesday
Sky:  Partly to mostly sunny becoming partly to mostly cloudy
Precipitation:  0% - 30% chance of showers during the day
Temperatures
High:   Upper 70s to low 80s
Low:   Low 50s to mid 60s
UV Index: 4-6/15 (Moderate High)
Sunrise: 7:01am
Sunset: 6:25pm


Wednesday
Sky:  Partly sunny to mostly cloudy
Precipitation:  20% - 40% chance of showers
Temperatures
High:   Upper 60s to low 70s
Low:   Low 50s to low 60s
UV Index: 1-5/15 (Low Moderate)
Sunrise: 7:02am
Sunset: 6:24pm


Thursday
Sky:  Partly sunny to mostly cloudy
Precipitation:  30% - 40% chance of showers during the day, 0% - 30% chance of showers at night
Temperatures
High:   Mid 60s to low 70s
Low:   Low 50s to low 60s
UV Index: 0-3/15 (Low Moderate)
Sunrise: 7:03am
Sunset: 6:22pm
Last Qtr: 8:27am


Friday
Sky:   Partly sunny to mostly cloudy
Precipitation:  0% - 30% chance of showers all day
Temperatures
High:   Upper 60s to low 70s
Low:   Low 50s to low 60s
UV Index: 3-6/15 (Moderate High)
Sunrise: 7:04am
Sunset: 6:21pm


Monday Surface Analysis



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Total Precipitation Monday - Saturday



Total Precipitation Monday - Monday



Severe Weather Threats Monday & Tuesday




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Sea Surface Temperatures

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« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2017, 01:15:07 PM »

 thumbs up .. Thanks Matt, Looks like this week is shaping up just lovely......For the Ducks.....
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