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« on: December 08, 2017, 11:53:39 PM »



A split weekend for weather and hazardous water conditions. Saturday will see widespread snow from a Nor’Easter. Anywhere from 1-6+ inches are possible. Highs will be in the 20’s and 30’s with lows right around the same. Sunday will be a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures just a couple degrees colder. Water conditions will be hazardous with gusty winds and high seas.
 
Low pressure will move up along the East Coast tonight through Saturday night before moving up into Nova Scotia Sunday. A weak ridge of high pressure will be across our area Sunday before a cold
front crosses the area Monday. A low pressure system will affect our weather Tuesday and Tuesday night. Another low may move towards the area late next week.

Have a great weekend and thanks for reading!

Saturday Surface Analysis



Sunday Surface Analysis



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Weather Outlook Sponsored by Buoy Weather
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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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