Marine Weather and Tides
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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 6:55AM||Sunset 5:06PM||Tuesday November 20, 2018 6:40 AM MST (13:40 UTC)||Moonrise 3:56PM||Moonset 4:02AM||Illumination 94%|
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Area Discussion for - Flagstaff, AZ  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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area forecast discussion
national weather service flagstaff az
329 am mst Tue nov 20 2018
Synopsis Dry weather with near to slightly warmer than normal
temperatures is expected to persist across northern arizona
through Wednesday. A passing cold front will bring a cool down on
thanksgiving, as well as breezy southwest winds and some light
showers. Unsettled weather conditions may continue into the
Discussion Another chilly morning across northern arizona with
daytime temperatures again expected to warm to around normal for
this time of year. There will be scattered to broken high cloud
cover over the region for much of the day due to an upper level
low currently along the southern california coast. This system
will cross the state today with little to no impact on the
sensible weather. Based on the latest model guidance and amount of
dry air in place, opted to remove the slight chance of showers in
the white mountains.
A weak and transient ridge will push through on Wednesday leading
to a slight warm up and likely the warmest day of the week.
Afternoon high temperatures will be around 3-5 degrees above
On Thursday (thanksgiving day), another shortwave trough and
surface cold front will cross the area. This system will bring
increasing southwest winds, a noticeable drop in temperatures and
light showers mainly from the mogollon rim northward. Snow levels
are expected range from 6500-7500 feet across most of the area.
Moisture will be limited but an inch or two of snow is possible
over the kaibab plateau with little or no accumulation elsewhere.|
Another cold frontal passage is likely on Saturday, but model
disagreement continues on how much moisture will accompany it.
This system does look to bring breezy winds and a shot of cold
air mainly to areas along and north of the mogollon rim. 700 mb
temperatures are currently progged to fall to between -6 to -10 c
later Saturday into Sunday. Ensemble guidance suggests a ridge
will develop across the western united states early next week.
Aviation For the 12z package... Expect mainlyVFR conditions and
considerable high clouds for the 24 hour forecast period. Reduced
visibilities near kgcn through 14z due to smoke from a prescribed
fire. Sfc winds light and variable, or light easterly. Aviation
discussion not updated for TAF amendments.
Fire weather Dry conditions and near normal temperatures are
expected through Wednesday. Light easterly winds today will shift to
the south on Wednesday ahead of an approaching trough.
Thursday through Saturday... A weak disturbance will cross the region
on Thursday. Expect cooler temperatures and breezy conditions as a
result, along with a chance of rain and snow showers mainly from the
mogollon rim northward. Temperatures will return to near normal
values on Friday before another cold front impacts the region
Saturday with breezy winds and a noticeable drop in temperatures.
Fgz watches warnings advisories None.
Public... Tps db
fire weather... Tps
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