Monday, March27, 2017 L-36.com


Marine Weather and Tides
Redford, TX

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Sunrise 6:56AMSunset 7:16PM Monday March 27, 2017 10:26 AM CST (16:26 UTC) Moonrise 6:07AMMoonset 6:27PM Illumination 0% Phase: New Moon; Moon at 0 days in cycle
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Marine Forecasts
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Redford, TX
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Area Discussion for - Midland/Odessa, TX
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area forecast discussion
national weather service midland/odessa tx
555 am cdt Mon mar 27 2017

Discussion
The latest aviation discussion is included below.

Aviation
Vfr conditions will prevail today and tonight at all area terminals.

Moisture will return to the region tonight with low clouds possibly
affecting kmaf late. Will not include any mention at this time
since it will be after 28/09z, and kmaf may be the only terminal
affected.

Prev discussion /issued 445 am cdt Mon mar 27 2017/
today should be a pleasant day across much of the area before an
upper trough brings some unsettled weather on Tuesday. The trough
will deepen as it swings southeast across the four corners region.

Surface winds will swing around to the southeast and transport
gulf moisture into west texas. A dryline will set up across the
permian basin and be the focus for severe weather. Still some
uncertainty with the set up for this event as morning convection
could effect how the day plays out. Right now, the east/central
permian basin and lower trans pecos will be the most likely to see
storms on Tuesday. Large hail and damaging winds will be the main
threats. There will be chance for a tornado or two given the
parameters in place, especially over the stockton plateau and
lower trans pecos where the vertical and directional shear is
best. West of the dryline will be windy conditions and lower
dewpoints leading to fire weather concerns. See fire weather
discussion below for more details. High winds will be possible
across the guadalupe mountains and above 6000 feet in the davis
mountains as strong upper level jets wrap around the base of the
trough Tuesday and Wednesday.

Storms should move out of the area overnight Tuesday as the
pacific front blasts east. A cold front coming in from the north
will bring gusty north winds and an extra shot of cooler air,
which will keep temperatures in the 60s and 70s for Wednesday.

A gradual warm up expected Thursday and Friday as the trough lifts
northeast. Will see a jump to around 10 degrees above normal on
Friday with temperatures in the 80s.

The progressive pattern continues into the weekend as the next
trough will move ashore and moves across the rockies. Depending
on the track of this low pressure system, it could bring some rain
and thunderstorm chances back into the forecast. System will also
bring more cold air Saturday and Sunday.

Fire weather discussion...

a cold front will push southwest to the pecos river before stalling
this morning, but minimum rhs will still drop to 10-15 percent
areawide this afternoon as temperatures warm to 5-10 degrees above
normal. Southwest winds over portions of the guadalupe mountains
and SE nm plains will be 15-25 mph sustained this afternoon, and
since isolated critical conditions could occur in the guadalupes,
will issue a fire danger statement for these areas. After poor
recovery west, good recovery east tonight, fire weather concerns
will increase Tuesday as an upper storm system approaches. Will
issue a fire weather watch for locations along and west of a
seminole to fort stockton line. More critical fire weather could
occur Wednesday, but mainly over southwest texas.

Preliminary point temps/pops
Big spring 80 58 82 49 / 0 10 40 40
carlsbad 82 52 76 47 / 0 0 10 10
dryden 90 59 86 56 / 0 0 20 40
fort stockton 85 57 85 52 / 0 10 10 20
guadalupe pass 75 53 65 47 / 0 0 10 10
hobbs 77 49 74 45 / 0 0 10 20
marfa 79 41 78 39 / 0 0 10 10
midland intl airport 82 58 82 49 / 0 10 20 30
odessa 81 57 81 49 / 0 10 10 30
wink 82 52 81 48 / 0 0 10 20

Maf watches/warnings/advisories
Nm... Fire weather watch from Tuesday afternoon through Tuesday
evening for guadalupe mountains-southeast plains.

High wind watch from Tuesday morning through Wednesday morning
for guadalupe mountains of eddy county.

Tx... Fire weather watch from Tuesday afternoon through Tuesday
evening for andrews-davis/apache mountains area-gaines-
guadalupe mountains-loving-marfa plateau-pecos-reeves
county and upper trans pecos-van horn and highway 54
corridor-ward-winkler.

High wind watch from Tuesday morning through Wednesday afternoon
for davis/apache mountains area-guadalupe mountains.

67/06


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