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Arroyo, PR

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Sunrise 5:19AMSunset 6:07PM Sunday June 25, 2017 2:54 AM CST (08:54 UTC) Moonrise 9:14AMMoonset 7:52PM Illumination 2% Phase: Waxing Crescent; Moon at 1 days in cycle
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Arroyo, PR
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Area Discussion for - San Juan, PR
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area forecast discussion
national weather service san juan pr
849 pm ast Sat jun 24 2017

Update The combination of diurnal heating and local effects
produced scattered showers and a couple of thunderstorms during
the afternoon hours across northwestern sections of puerto rico.

Isolated to scattered showers were also detected over the southern
portions of the metropolitan area. This activity produced brief
periods of moderate to heavy rainfall over those sections of
puerto rico. Some showers were also detected over the waters
between puerto rico and the u.S. Virgin islands. The upper level
ridge is expected to erode late Sunday night and Monday, allowing
more moisture transport across the local islands. For the
overnight and early Sunday morning, brief isolated to scattered
passing showers embedded in the easterly trades are expected to
move westward affecting the u.S. Virgin islands, vieques, culebra
as well as the eastern sections of puerto rico. For Sunday afternoon,
this moisture will combine with daytime heating and local effect
to produce a round of showers across western interior, and
northwest puerto rico. A tropical wave is expected to reach the
region late Sunday night and early Monday, resulting in an
increase in cloudiness, showers and possible thunderstorms across
the region. A saharan air layer is forecast to reach the local
islands early next week.

Aviation MainlyVFR conditions expected at all TAF sites
overnight except for passing vcsh across the leewards and u.S.V.I.

Taf sites. E-se winds of 10 knots or less expected until 25 14z
increasing to 15-20 knots after that. Brief periods of MVFR
possible over tjmz and tjbq after 25 18z due to diurnally induced
shra isold tsra.

Marine Mariners can expect seas of 3-5 ft and winds of 10-20 kts
across the regional waters. Moderate risk of rip current will continue
across parts of the north and southeast coast beaches of puerto
rico, culebra and vieques as well as in st. Croix.

Prev discussion issued 408 pm ast Sat jun 24 2017
synopsis...

diurnally induced shower activity will diminish by sunset, leaving
partly cloudy to mostly clear skies. Few passing showers will
continue to move across the coastal waters and may reach the
windward side of some islands during the over night hours. The
chance for showers and thunderstorms will increase across the
region late Sunday through Monday , as a tropical wave will move
across the eastern caribbean, and a tutt low develops northeast of
the region. Lesser activity is expected on Tuesday and Wednesday
except for locally induced afternoon showers and isolated
thunderstorms mainly over the west sections of puerto rico. Hazy
conditions will also be likely as an extensive saharan air layer
will trail the tropical wave.

Short term... Today through Monday...

a surface high pressure will continue to dominate the region during
the rest of the weekend. Under this pattern... Trade wind showers and
shallow low level clouds will reach the local islands and coastal waters
at times. A tropical wave is forecast to affect the local region Sunday
night through Monday. A tutt low is also forecast to develop and relocate
just northeast of the region while higher pressure ridge gradually
erodes aloft. As a result, an increase in cloudiness with showers and
thunderstorms is expected across coastal waters, puerto rico and the
u.S. Virgin islands. Drier air is expected to filter in as saharan
dust trailing the tropical wave will quickly spread across the region
by Monday evening. This should then limit the shower activity across
the islands and coastal waters.

Long term... Tuesday through Sunday...

as the tropical wave moves away from the local isles late Monday and
into Tuesday, low level moisture is expected to decrease across the
forecast area. However, afternoon showers with a few thunderstorms
are still expected mainly across west puerto rico Tuesday and Wednesday
due to local effects and diurnal heating. Hazy skies are also possible
during those days as an extensive saharan air layer will spread across
the region trailing the tropical wave. Good pooling of tropical moisture
is so far expected across the region by Thursday and through the early
part of the upcoming weekend, as another tropical wave is forecast to
enter and moves across the eastern caribbean. This should again bring
a moist and unstable weather pattern to the forecast area.

Aviation...VFR conds expected at all TAF sites except tjbq and vcty
tjmz where brief MVFR conds are possible thru 22z due to diurnally induced
shra isold tsra. Elsewhere... Vcsh possible at times. E-se sfc wnds of
15-20 kts will prevail bcmg 5-10 kts aft 23z. Passing shra en route
btw islands and over coastal waters durg prd... Few tops btw fl080-fl100.

Marine... Mariners can expect seas of 3-5 ft and winds of 10-20 kts
across the regional waters. Moderate risk of rip current will continue
across parts of the north and southeast coast beaches of puerto rico,culebra
and vieques as well as in st. Croix.

Preliminary point temps pops
Sju 77 89 78 87 40 20 40 50
stt 79 90 79 87 20 20 50 50

Sju watches warnings advisories
Pr... None.

Vi... None.

Am... None.

Short term... Jf
long term... .Ram


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