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Marine Weather and Tides
Wells, VT

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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 5:16AMSunset 8:20PM Friday May 24, 2019 12:50 PM EDT (16:50 UTC) Moonrise 12:43AMMoonset 10:19AM Illumination 69% Phase: Waning Gibbous; Moon at 20 days in cycle
NOTE: Some of the data on this page has not been verified and should be used with that in mind. It may and occasionally will, be wrong. The tide reports are by xtide and are NOT FOR NAVIGATION.
Marine Forecasts
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Wells, VT
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Area Discussion for - Burlington, VT
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national weather service burlington vt
1011 am edt Fri may 24 2019

Synopsis
Low pressure will exit eastward into the gulf of maine this morning,
allowing for gusty north winds and lingering, abundant low
cloudiness. The overcast will limit high temperatures to the low to
mid 60s in most locations. Also, a few showers or sprinkles will
remain possible, mainly across the northern mountains. Clearing
skies will develop this evening, along with diminishing winds as
high pressure builds in from the eastern great lakes region. The
tranquil weather will only last through the first half of Saturday.

Thereafter, a warm front pushing in from southwest new york will
allow widespread showers to develop across the region from west to
east late in the afternoon or evening, into Saturday night. Briefly
drier conditions are expected Sunday morning, followed by the
redevelopment of scattered showers and possibly a few thunderstorms
during Sunday afternoon.

Near term through Saturday
As of 1005 am edt Friday... No significant changes were needed
this morning. Thick stratus blankets the region and this will
continue through much of the day, then starting to slowly
erode this afternoon. This makes for a bit of a tough
temperature forecast; our forecasted highs are a bit warmer
than some of the guidance, and if we stay cloudy, the forecast
isn't going to pan out. However, if we're able to see some sun
break through, we'll warm up quickly, even if it's later this
afternoon. Have left the current forecast temperatures for now,
but will need to watch trends closely to see if we need to lower
them later today. Also seeing some light returns on radar,
streaming south out of canada into the northern adirondacks and
champlain valley. Some of the upstream obs are indicating this
precipitation is making it to the ground, so increased pops a
bit through the morning to keep at least a slight chance in
these areas for a few more hours. Otherwise, the forecast is in
good shape and no other changes were needed.

Previous discussion... Surface low pressure (1000mb) and
attendant vigorous mid-level vort centered near sherbrooke, que.

At 06z will translate esewd across maine and offshore through
the remainder of this morning. This will set up a moderate n-nw
low-level gradient flow across the north country, with winds
10-20 mph with gusts to 25 mph for a time late this morning into
the early afternoon hours. May even see a few gusts closer to
30 mph in the ct river valley around midday. With low-level caa,
900-850mb layer will help to trap some low cloudiness, which
should linger much of the day per 00z NAM model soundings.

Breaks in the overcast will first appear east of the adirondacks
and greens in downslope areas, followed by a gradual clearing
later in the afternoon or toward evening for the remainder of
the north country. Some light rain showers are also possible
early this morning, gradually becoming confined to far NRN nern
vt with orographic effects allowing for some continued sprinkles
through 16z or so. Have shown pre- dawn pops 30-50 percent near
the international border, but trending below 15 percent by noon
or so. The stratus and north winds will result in daytime highs
holding in the low-mid 60s in most locations.

Skies should clear quite rapidly this evening setting up quiet
conditions tonight as high pressure moves in from the ERN great
lakes. With winds becoming light and variable, temperatures will
fall into the mid-upper 40s for overnight lows, except closer
to 40f for lows at kslk and across vermont's northeast kingdom.

Sheltered locations may reach crossover temps, and added in some
patchy fog for the climo favored spots tonight. Pops nil.

Saturday begins dry, but surging 850-700mb warm frontal zone brings
increasing afternoon cloud cover and developing rain showers.

Showers should develop first across NRN ny (17-20z) and then across
vt (20-23z), with pops reaching 60-80% by 22z from the champlain
valley wwd. Also, appears some weak elevated instability makes it
into NRN ny on wswly 50-55kt 850mb jet. Thus, added a slight chance
of a thunderstorm across franklin ny and st. Lawrence counties late
in the afternoon where a few embedded convective elements are
possible. Rainfall through 00z Sunday should range from <0.10" east
of the green mtns, to 0.10-0.20" across the champlain valley and
adirondacks, and slightly higher across st. Lawrence county where
rainfall arrives soonest. Highs Saturday mainly lower 70s across
vermont, but upper 60s to lower 70s across ny with earlier arrival
of clouds precipitation.

Short term Saturday night through Sunday
As of 301 am edt Friday... A line of showers will move through
the area from west to east early Saturday night, driven by
subtle height falls aloft and a low-level moisture boundary
moving through. The heaviest rainfall will be in the early
overnight hours, when pwats will briefly surge to 1.4 to 1.6"
ahead of the boundary. There will be some elevated instability
during the early overnight hours, so have included a slight
chance of thunder for much of northern ny and into southern vt
through around midnight. Shortly after midnight, rain showers
will diminish with the loss of instability and moisture, and the
area should be mainly dry by sunrise. Overnight lows will range
from the low 50s in eastern vermont to the mid and upper 50s
from the champlain valley west.

Sunday morning will start off cloudy but dry. By late morning,
some breaks in the clouds will develop, allowing for increasing
instability to build as the area remains within the warm sector
of a canadian low pressure system. Temperatures will rise into
the mid to upper 70s by early to mid Sunday afternoon before a
frontal boundary moves through. Some convective showers will
develop during the afternoon as the front moves through. Cape
values progged to rise to over 500 j kg ahead of the boundary
supports the potential for some embedded thunderstorms to
develop within the convective showers, although this will depend
on how much the atmosphere can really destabilize after the
Saturday night early Sunday morning system moves through.

Long term Sunday night through Thursday
As of 301 am edt Friday... Long term forecast will be driven by
strong high pressure centered over the gulf of
mexico southeastern us and troughing further west over the
rockies and into the central plains. This pattern puts the btv
forecast area within an active storm track as multiple systems
lift out of the plains and travel up and over the ridge top into
new england. These systems are by nature fast moving and
notoriously difficult to time this far out. Currently, it
appears Monday will be dry as a brief ridge of high pressure
builds in, but precipitation chances return Tuesday through
Thursday as a series of low pressure systems and associated
fronts lift through the area. Temperatures during the mid-week
time frame could get quite warm as the pattern will support
strong warm air moisture advection into the area. A few days
approaching exceeding 80 degrees in valley locations doesn't
look out of the question for the middle of next week.

Aviation 14z Friday through Tuesday
Through 12z Saturday... Surface low pressure will exit across the
gulf of maine through the remainder of this morning. Moist
northerly low-level flow in the wake of the low is bringing very
low ceilings to the region this morning with trrn obscd and ifr
ceilings at btv mpv rut slk. Will see very slow improvement
back to MVFR ceilings between 14-16z, but any significant
clearing and improvement back toVFR won't occur until 20-22z
this afternoon. Will see mostly non-measurable patchy drizzle
and light sprinkles this morning, and episodes of
drizzle sprinkles will become less frequent as we head through
the day. Winds generally north-northwest at 10-15kts areawide,
with a few gusts 20-24kt at btv rut mpv through early
afternoon. Ceilings will gradually improve back toVFR with
binovc this late this afternoon, followed by more significant
clearing skies toward just after sunset and through the
overnight period. Likewise, winds will become light and variable
after 00z Saturday with high pressure building into ny new
england from the great lakes region tonight. With good
radiational cooling, included 3sm br at mpv at times between
07-11z Saturday.

Outlook...

Saturday:VFR. Chance shra.

Saturday night: MVFR ifr conditions possible. Chance shra, slight
chance tsra.

Sunday: mainlyVFR, with areas MVFR possible. Chance shra, slight
chance tsra.

Sunday night: mainlyVFR, with local MVFR possible. Slight chance
shra.

Memorial day:VFR. No sig wx.

Monday night:VFR. Slight chance shra.

Tuesday: MVFR. Likely shra.

Marine
Winds will shift into the north before dawn, reaching 15 to 25
knots across lake champlain through most of the daylight hours
before diminishing rapidly this evening. A lake wind advisory is
currently in effect.

Btv watches warnings advisories
Vt... None.

Ny... None.

Synopsis... Banacos
near term... Banacos hastings
short term... Rsd
long term... Rsd
aviation... Banacos
marine... WFO btv


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AirportDistAgeWind ktVisibilitySky/WeatherTempDewPtHumidityPressure
Rutland-Southern Vermont Regional Airport, VT15 mi54 minNNW 12 G 2010.00 miOvercast55°F51°F87%1011.8 hPa
Glens Falls, Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport, NY23 mi57 minNE 910.00 miOvercast62°F53°F73%1012.5 hPa

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Tide / Current Tables for Troy, Hudson River, New York
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Troy
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Fri -- 12:42 AM EDT     Moonrise
Fri -- 04:16 AM EDT     0.67 feet Low Tide
Fri -- 05:24 AM EDT     Sunrise
Fri -- 09:56 AM EDT     5.37 feet High Tide
Fri -- 10:23 AM EDT     Moonset
Fri -- 04:53 PM EDT     0.12 feet Low Tide
Fri -- 08:19 PM EDT     Sunset
Fri -- 10:26 PM EDT     4.29 feet High Tide
Tide / Current data from XTide NOT FOR NAVIGATION
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2.82.11.71.20.70.92.13.54.55.15.4542.92.11.30.50.10.823.13.84.24.2

Tide / Current Tables for Albany, New York
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Albany
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Fri -- 12:42 AM EDT     Moonrise
Fri -- 04:06 AM EDT     0.67 feet Low Tide
Fri -- 05:24 AM EDT     Sunrise
Fri -- 09:48 AM EDT     5.37 feet High Tide
Fri -- 10:24 AM EDT     Moonset
Fri -- 04:43 PM EDT     0.12 feet Low Tide
Fri -- 08:19 PM EDT     Sunset
Fri -- 10:18 PM EDT     4.29 feet High Tide
Tide / Current data from XTide NOT FOR NAVIGATION
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2.72.11.61.10.71.12.33.74.65.25.44.93.82.821.20.40.20.92.23.33.94.34.1

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