Marine Weather and Tides
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|Sunrise 7:27AM||Sunset 5:22PM||Sunday November 18, 2018 12:29 PM EST (17:29 UTC)||Moonrise 3:15PM||Moonset 2:20AM||Illumination 81%|
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Area Discussion for - Wilmington, OH  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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area forecast discussion
national weather service wilmington oh
958 am est Sun nov 18 2018
A low pressure system moving through the ohio valley will bring
a chance of precipitation to the region tonight into Monday.
High pressure will then build into the region through mid week,
leading to dry conditions and a gradual warmup through Friday.
Near term until 6 pm this evening
Latest mesoscale models are showing that the pcpn in NRN ohio
will stay north of the fa. Therefore have reduced pops for
today and have dried out the forecast.
The SRN half of the fa is seeing abundant sunshine, while
the clouds continue to hold on across the north. As the weak
front slips south today, expect the clouds to slowly work
southeast, reaching the far southeast by sunset.
Didn't adjust the highs for today as they look good. Highs
around 40 in the northwest where the clouds are the thickest
ranging to the mid 50s in the southeast where the Sun will last
Short term 6 pm this evening through 6 pm Monday
The boundary will remain draped along the ohio river tonight
into Monday. As another surface wave rides east along the
boundary, precipitation coverage across our south will become
more widespread heading into tonight and then continue into the
day on Monday. Areas across our northwest will likely remain
dry, with chance pops across central portions of our fa and
then likely across our southeast.
Lows tonight will range from the upper 20s in the northwest to
the upper 30s across the southeast. Highs on Monday will be in
the low to mid 40s across the area. Thermal profiles again
support primarily rain, although suppose a rain snow mix will
be possible later tonight into Monday morning along the
northwest fringe of any pcpn across central portions of our fa.
Long term Monday night through Saturday
An embedded S W within broader-scale troughing across the eastern
third of the u.S. Will be pivoting through the ohio valley at the
beginning of the long term period. Light rain or possibly a light
mix of rain and snow will be gradually exiting the iln fa early
Monday night, with just a chance for a few sprinkles and or flurries
lingering through the first part of the day on Tuesday. With
extensive cloud cover and northwest flow at the surface, highs
Tuesday will be held below seasonal norms -- mainly in the upper 30s|
to around 40 degrees.
Otherwise, mainly dry conditions are expected later Tuesday into
Wednesday, despite the progression of a weakening back door cold
front through the area during the middle of the week. This will
provide a reinforcing albeit brief shot of cool air for Wednesday
night and perhaps lingering into thanksgiving day before surface
flow becomes more easterly southeasterly late Thursday into Friday
as surface high pressure builds into the mid-atlantic region.
Models have remained fairly consistent showing a bit of a warmup at
the end of the workweek into next weekend, although the details of
the evolution of systems within this time frame still appear a bit
murky this far out. It does appear that at least one system will
move through the region Friday night into early Saturday, allowing
for increased pops during this time frame. As of right now, low
level thermal profiles suggest that ptype issues shouldn't be a
concern with this pcpn as the profile should be warm enough to
support mostly rain. Overnight lows in the upper 30s to around 40
degrees will be possible Friday and Saturday nights, with highs
reaching into the upper 40s lower 50s during the daytime
Aviation 15z Sunday through Thursday
A cold front will sag slowly south into the area through
tonight. Initially we will mainly just see a continuation of
someVFR CIGS through the morning hours. However, CIGS will
lower into MVFR later this afternoon as the front moves in.
There will also be a chance for a few light rain showers this
afternoon, primarily at the northern TAF sites. A better chance
of rain will then develop along and southeast of the i-71
corridor tonight as a low pressure rides east along the front.
Some ifr CIGS will also be possible tonight into early Monday
Outlook... MVFR ceilings will likely continue into Tuesday.
Iln watches warnings advisories
near term... Sites
short term... Jgl
long term... Kc
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