Marine Weather and Tides
10/6/2018 Colors of tide XTide graphs changed to emphasize that they were upgraded. See next note. Comments welcome.
10/4/2018 I have fixed XTide and updated the harmonic files. There were some name changes so you might have to click EDIT to find the new station name.
|Sunrise 7:25AM||Sunset 5:35PM||Wednesday December 12, 2018 1:59 AM EST (06:59 UTC)||Moonrise 11:30AM||Moonset 10:26PM||Illumination 22%|
7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Cuthbert, GAHourly EDIT Help
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national weather service tallahassee fl
1224 am est Wed dec 12 2018
[through 06z Thursday]
with the exception of a brief period of MVFR visibilities around
vld and tlh near sunrise,VFR will prevail through the TAF under
increasing high-level cloudiness.
Prev discussion [745 pm est]
Near term [through tonight]
A layer of stubborn low level clouds continues to slowly erode as
low level isentropic flow descends while moving south-southeastward.
The remaining strip of low clouds extends roughly from tallahassee,
fl to albany, ga and areas under these clouds may have maximum
temperatures in the low 50s this afternoon instead of the mid 50s
advertised in that region. By tonight however, these low clouds will
have eroded and with high pressure in place winds will calm, so
conditions will be primed for radiational cooling. Temperatures will
drop into the low 30s to upper 20s in our inland zones, low-mid 30s
along the immediate coastline.
Short term [Wednesday through Thursday night]
Surface high pressure will be anchored across the southeast conus
Wednesday and slide east Wednesday night with return flow
returning out ahead of the next system. A brief window of sunny
skies is on tap Wednesday with highs around 60 before clouds
return Thursday. Highs will moderate into the low to mid 60s as
southerly flow strengthens somewhat. Frontal system will remain to
the west Thursday with a few showers possible across our western
counties Thursday afternoon. By Thursday night, rain and
thunderstorm chances increase significantly from west to east as
the front gets closer.
Long term [Friday through Tuesday]
Strong lift associated with the closed upper low and favorable jet
dynamics will result in widespread moderate to locally heavy rain
and possibly a few stronger thunderstorms overnight Thursday night
into Friday. Instability does not look particularly impressive,
but low level and deep layer shear values are likely to be high.
The heavy rain threat appears to be increasing with each new model
run having increased rainfall amounts, especially across the
eastern half of the area. Widespread 1-2 inches, with possibly
closer to 3 inches over the eastern half of the area with locally
higher amounts, are possible. The front clears Friday but the area
will still be impacted by the upper low into Saturday so clouds
and light precipitation may hang around into Saturday afternoon.
Past Saturday, sensible weather becomes more tranquil with
Favorable marine conditions expected through Wednesday night. The
next frontal system will affect the coastal waters beginning
Thursday with advisory level winds and seas and potential gale
force gusts Thursday night into Friday. Conditions linger into
Saturday with improving conditions towards Sunday.|
No concerns this period.
The middle and lower suwannee river continue to rise. While the
contribution from the withlacoochee is nearing its peak, there's
still additional water on the way from the alapaha and upper
suwannee. Even with the additional water is beginning to look less
and less likely that ellaville and dowling park will reach minor
flood. However, further downstream, minor flooding is likely at
luraville and branford in the next few days.
The next storm system is expected to affect the region starting
Thursday night and continuing through Friday. While there are some
uncertainties with the overall track and intensity of the system, it
looks as though at least a couple of inches of rain are possible
across the region with some of the heaviest totals up to 4
inches mainly across the eastern half of the region.
Even though the region is considerably wet after recent rains, a
widespread 1-2 inch rainfall event should have limited impact on
area river systems. But a heavier event exceeding 3 inches would
move some of the smaller basin rivers back to at least minor flood
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encouraged to safely report significant weather conditions when they
occur by calling the office or tweeting us @nwstallahassee.
Preliminary point temps pops
Tallahassee 61 40 67 58 68 0 0 10 70 80
panama city 61 49 66 59 66 0 10 30 90 70
dothan 58 42 62 54 63 0 0 20 90 80
albany 59 39 63 54 66 0 0 0 90 80
valdosta 60 39 66 56 67 0 0 10 50 90
cross city 62 42 69 59 70 0 0 20 50 80
apalachicola 60 50 65 61 68 0 10 10 80 80
Tae watches warnings advisories
Fl... Frost advisory until 8 am est 7 am cst this morning for
coastal bay-coastal dixie-coastal franklin-coastal gulf-
coastal jefferson-coastal taylor-coastal wakulla-south
Near term... Nguyen
short term... Scholl
long term... Scholl
fire weather... Barry
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