Marine Weather and Tides
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|Sunrise 7:44AM||Sunset 5:49PM||Thursday January 17, 2019 4:29 AM EST (09:29 UTC)||Moonrise 2:33PM||Moonset 3:55AM||Illumination 86%|
7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Oak Ridge, TNHourly EDIT Help
Area Discussion for - Morristown, TN  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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area forecast discussion
national weather service morristown tn
349 am est Thu jan 17 2019
Short term (today and tonight)...
active short term forecast period with increasing chances of
rainfall today and tonight. The upper level pattern starts off
with cyclonic flow across new england with troughing across the
central plains. A ridge was analyzed across the intermountain
west. Across the southeast, the upper level flow was more zonal in
nature with slight ridging ahead of the trough. Closer to the
surface, an area of low pressure was centered across oklahoma. A
warm front was aligned NE of the low across central missouri with
a portion of that front stalled across kentucky.
The rest of tonight should remain quiet with lows in the low to
mid 30's. Some fog is possible through morning but should remain
patchy in nature. Isentropic ascent (as viewed on the 290-300k
levels) and warm air advection as noted on point soundings will
allow moisture to increase during the day with an increase in
clouds. As of this discussion, light rain was beginning to develop
across the midsouth in the aforementioned area of warm air
advection. Short term model guidance and cam's indicate rainfall
will begin to move into the area in the late morning to afternoon
hours. Given that temperatures in the morning are just above
freezing and thermal profiles are supportive of wintry mix, there
is the chance that the onset of precipitation could contain a
mixture of liquid rain, and ice pellets or snow. Confidence on
this is very low, and will not cause any issues as any mix would
not last very long at all. As of now, the best timing for rainfall
is between 15-18z for areas along and west of i-75 and i-81.
Areas east of i-75 would likely see rainfall after 18z. Intensity
should remain light as the system remains on the weaker side. Pops
drop off late tonight into Friday morning with only chances of
precipitation across NE tn, and SW va. Friday looks to be warmer
then previous days with highs in the low to mid 50's.
Long term (Friday through Thursday)...
a strong low pressure system will be tracking from the ozarks across|
ky to the mid-atlantic region Friday night through Saturday night.
As we have been following the past few days, there will be several
concerns with this system. First, a southerly LLJ of 50-60 kts may
create some potential for high winds and or mountain waves on
Saturday. Second, east tn will be in the warm sector Saturday
afternoon, and although instability is weak, strong divergence aloft
between diffluent jets will enhance lift and give a chance of
thunderstorms, likely in the form of a squall line. With the strong
llj, there may be a damaging wind threat Saturday afternoon evening
as the line moves through. Third, there will be a chance of light
snow accumulations behind the cold frontal passage Saturday night.
Most of this will occur in the mountains and SW va, and even there,
only a few inches are expected at this time as deep moisture pulls
out quickly Sunday morning. Finally, temps will be falling through
the day Sunday with a brisk NW flow that could create low temps in
the teens in the valley and sub-zero wind chill values in the
mountains Sunday night.
Ridging over the area should provide a dry and mostly sunny day on
Monday with below normal temperatures. Another system is expected to
follow on Tuesday Wednesday, although there are some model
differences in the timing of the best precip chances with this
system. The GFS focuses on Tuesday night, while the ECMWF delays it
until Wednesday. Will maintain chance pops during both of these
Preliminary point temps pops
Chattanooga airport, tn 46 43 57 46 70 60 10 40
knoxville mcghee tyson airport, tn 44 41 54 43 70 60 10 10
oak ridge, tn 43 41 53 42 80 60 10 20
tri cities airport, tn 43 38 52 38 80 80 30 10
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|Oak Ridge, TN||2 mi||37 min||N 0||10.00 mi||Mostly Cloudy||37°F||35°F||93%||1025.8 hPa|
|Knoxville, McGhee Tyson Airport, TN||20 mi||37 min||NE 3||7.00 mi||Overcast||32°F||32°F||100%||1024.6 hPa|
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