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|Sunrise 6:43AM||Sunset 4:24PM||Friday November 17, 2017 7:47 PM EST (00:47 UTC)||Moonrise 6:38AM||Moonset 5:26PM||Illumination 1%|
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area forecast discussion
national weather service albany ny
635 pm est Fri nov 17 2017
High pressure will slide across the region tonight. A warm front
approaches Saturday with clouds and the increase chance for wet
conditions later in the day into Saturday night. A strong cold
front pushes through by Sunday morning with rain showers mixing
with snow along with increasing winds. Strong gusty winds and
colder temperatures will occur through Sunday night. Then lake
effect snow will develop Sunday night into Monday.
Near term until 6 am Saturday morning
As of 630 pm est, clear skies continue across the region, with
temps dipping into the lower mid 30s for valley areas, and mid
20s across higher terrain.
Patchy mid level clouds were noted upstream across
western central nys. Models suggest that they may tend to erode
upon heading farther east, but thus far, no signs of this. Will
monitor trends, as we may need further refinements to sky cover
and temperatures overnight if these clouds continue streaming
Otherwise, a narrow ridge of high pressure will move across the
region through this evening with diminishing winds and clear
skies. As current dewpoints are into the teens, we will favor
the warmer side of the guidance envelope, especially if the
upstream clouds filter in faster.
Short term 6 am Saturday morning through Sunday
Strong to potentially damaging winds possible behind a cold
surface ridge axis slides east of the region Saturday morning as
moisture profiles remain quite dry per the average moisture
profiles. Even the latest 18z NAM is even drier as we will delay
pops wx a bit longer through Saturday morning. Then strong
isentropic lift and warm advection will occur Saturday
afternoon as low level jet magnitudes climb toward or higher
than 50kts. Periods of rain drizzle will evolve and some of the
onset wet bulb processes may bring a wintry mix into portions of
the region. However, this should be rather short lived as
strong warm advection will continue to warm the column for
mainly rain. This continues into Saturday night as surface low
and strong upper level impulse approaches as surface low tracks
across upstate ny.
Then strong cold advection with the passage of the cold front by
Sunday morning sunrise west of the hudson. This is where a
transition toward rain snow to snow showers and possible squalls
will occur as h850 temperatures drop back below 0c across the
entire region. The main story of the day will be the increasing
winds. Forecast bufkit profiles suggest mixing layer heights
climb toward 5k feet where 50+kts reside. Furthermore, per the
forecast trajectories, some funneling down the mohawk into the
capital district, taconics and berkshires could enhance the wind
magnitudes. At this time, we will continue to highlight into
the hwo as future guidance may warrant headlines.
Long term Sunday night through Friday
Sunday night through Monday... The extended forecast opens with lake
effect snowfall impacting locations west of the hudson river valley.
There is still some disagreement with the guidance on the
orientation of the bands and the favored low-level trajectory. Our
forecast remains close to the latest nam GFS with west to northwest
flow, and the schoharie valley and west-central mohawk valley being
overspread with snow showers late Sunday through early Monday, and
then the band bands lifting northward into the western adirondacks,
as the low to mid level flow backs to the west with high pressure
building in from the carolinas.
Some of the lake effect snow showers may extends into the capital
region, northern and central taconics, and the berkshires with light
accums. Locations further to the west may receive light to localized
moderate amounts of snow. Lake effect snow showers should end by
late Monday night as the ridging extends northward into our region.
Highs Monday will mainly be in the upper 20s to mid 30s in most
locations, the exception will be the capital district, mid hudson
valley, and southern litchfield cty where some upper 30s to around
40f readings are possible. Lows Monday night will be mainly in the
Tuesday... Mild, dry, and mostly clear conditions will be present
with high pressure building in from the south. Highs for Tuesday
will be about 5 degrees above normal in the upper 40s to low 50s.
Wednesday through Friday... High pressure will try to stay in place
to our south with a couple quick bursts of energy dropping down from
canada through the northeast us. Going with slight chance pops north
of the capital region for now as there is considerable uncertainty
between global models at this point. Highs look to be slightly below
normal in the 30s 40s with lows generally in the upper 20s.
Aviation 00z Saturday through Wednesday
Mostly clear conditions continuing into the early evening with
high pressure controlling the weather. High to mid level clouds
will begin to move into the region after 05z Saturday. The
leading edge of patchy light rain begins to push into the region
between roughly 16z-22z Saturday and indicated vcsh everywhere
after 22z with ceilings lowering to around 3500 feet.
West northwest winds at 5-10 kt with a few gusts of 15-20 kt
early this evening will become light variable overnight. Winds
will then become south and increase to 5-10 kt by mid morning
Saturday through Saturday afternoon, with some gusts of 20-25 kt
possible at kalb.
Saturday night: high operational impact. Breezy definite ra.
Sunday: moderate operational impact. Windy with gusts to 38.0 scattered shra.
Sunday night: moderate operational impact. Breezy chance of shra... Shsn.
Monday: moderate operational impact. Breezy chance of shra... Shsn.
Monday night: no operational impact. No sig wx.
Tuesday: no operational impact. No sig wx.
Tuesday night: no operational impact. Slight chance of shra... Shsn.
Wednesday: no operational impact. Slight chance of shra.
Cold and dry conditions in store for tonight, as high pressure
builds eastward across the region. A low pressure system will
approach from the lower great lakes on Saturday, bringing the
next chance for widespread precipitation. The storm system will
intensify Saturday night as it tracks northeast through the
saint lawrence river valley, and will drag a cold front across
our region by Sunday morning. Increasing wind magnitudes and colder
air will filter in by Sunday night, with lake effect snow
developing downwind of lake ontario.
No hydrologic problems are expected on the main stem rivers
through the next week.
High pressure will briefly build in today before a strong low
pressure system approaches from the great lakes region on
Saturday. Widespread rain may begin as a mix with snow in the
western mohawk valley and southern adirondacks but then quickly
change to to all rain that will continue through Saturday night.
A cold front will sweep through Sunday morning with additional
rain changing to snow over the higher terrain. At this time,
total QPF from this system looks to range from a half inch to
near an inch.
A colder air mass will then build in Sunday night through early
next week, with some lake effect snow downwind of lake ontario
affecting the western adirondacks and mohawk schoharie valleys.
For details on specific area rivers and lakes, including
observed and forecast river stages and lake elevations, please
visit the advanced hydrologic prediction service AHPS graphs
on our website.
Aly watches warnings advisories
near term... Kl bgm
short term... Bgm
long term... Cebulko
aviation... Kl nas
fire weather... Bgm jpv
hydrology... Bgm jpv
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|ANMN6 - Hudson River Reserve, NY||88 mi||77 min||37°F||1018 hPa||18°F|
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|Bennington Morse State Airport, VT||21 mi||53 min||WNW 4||10.00 mi||Fair||30°F||18°F||61%||1018.8 hPa|
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Click for MapNote: Values for the Hudson River above the George Washington bridge are based upon averages for the six months May to October
Fri -- 03:58 AM EST 4.55 feet High Tide
Fri -- 05:41 AM EST Moonrise
Fri -- 06:49 AM EST Sunrise
Fri -- 10:28 AM EST -0.20 feet Low Tide
Fri -- 04:24 PM EST 5.47 feet High Tide
Fri -- 04:29 PM EST Sunset
Fri -- 04:29 PM EST Moonset
Fri -- 11:00 PM EST -0.26 feet Low Tide
Tide / Current data from XTide NOT FOR NAVIGATION
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Fri -- 03:50 AM EST 4.39 feet High Tide
Fri -- 05:41 AM EST Moonrise
Fri -- 06:49 AM EST Sunrise
Fri -- 10:18 AM EST -0.37 feet Low Tide
Fri -- 04:16 PM EST 5.32 feet High Tide
Fri -- 04:30 PM EST Sunset
Fri -- 04:30 PM EST Moonset
Fri -- 10:50 PM EST -0.42 feet Low Tide
Tide / Current data from XTide NOT FOR NAVIGATION
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