Marine Weather and Tides
5/20/2018 -- NOAA is having problems with the data feed that I use to draw the graphs. They are aware of the issue and working to resolve it. Sometimes changing the location by about a mile will give a correct graph. 3/3/2018 - There is a new GOES Satellite for the east coast that required rewriting that part of the code. Please report any issues.
|Sunrise 5:17AM||Sunset 8:22PM||Sunday May 20, 2018 5:53 PM EDT (21:53 UTC)||Moonrise 10:33AM||Moonset 12:43AM||Illumination 35%|
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|SLZ024 Saint Lawrence River From Cape Vincent To Saint Regis 404 Pm Edt Sun May 20 2018 |
Overnight..Northwest winds 5 to 10 knots becoming light and variable. Partly cloudy early, then becoming mainly clear.
Monday..Southwest winds 10 knots or less increasing to 10 to 15 knots. Sunny.
Monday night..Southwest winds 5 to 10 knots becoming light and variable. A chance of showers overnight.
Tuesday..South winds 10 knots or less becoming northeast. Showers in the morning, then showers likely with a chance of Thunderstorms in the afternoon.
Tuesday night..North winds 10 knots or less becoming southwest. A chance of showers in the evening.
Wednesday..West winds 10 knots or less becoming north. Partly cloudy.
Thursday..North winds 10 knots or less becoming southwest. Mainly clear.
Friday..Southwest winds 5 to 15 knots. Mainly clear, then becoming partly cloudy. Winds and waves higher in and near Thunderstorms.
7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Plattsburgh, NYHourly EDIT Help
Area Discussion for - Burlington, VT  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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area forecast discussion
national weather service burlington vt
344 pm edt Sun may 20 2018
After a cold front finishes crossing the region this afternoon, high
pressure quickly builds back in tonight and Monday with clear skies
and warm temperatures. Showers chances will return on Tuesday and
continue into Wednesday with a couple of fronts crossing the region.
Thereafter, high pressure and dry weather will take hold through the
end of the week along with mild temperatures.
Near term through Monday night
As of 329 pm edt Sunday... A cold front continues to slowly push
southeast across the north country this afternoon, with much
drier air following it its wake. Hence expect the pesky cloud
cover will eventually dissipate as we head through the early
evening hours. High pressure will build into the region behind
the front, leading to clear skies and light winds. This will
allow for radiational cooling overnight; low temperatures will
mainly be in the lower to mid 40s, but mid upper 30s will be
likely in the usual cold locations in the adirondacks and
northeast kingdom. While widespread frost is not expected, some
patchy frost will be possible in sheltered locations. Monday
will be a fantastic day with lots of sunshine and highs in the
lower to mid 70s. West to northwest winds will pick up just a
bit once we see daytime mixing with some gusts reaching 20 mph
during the afternoon. Clouds will increase from west to east
Monday night ahead of low pressure sliding across the great
lakes. Rain will begin to spread into our western areas toward
daybreak Tuesday. Overnight lows in the upper 40s to mid 50s are
Short term Tuesday through Tuesday night
As of 329 pm edt Sunday... Trends for Tuesday amongst
short medium range guidance have been towards wetter and cooler
conditions with a frontal zone draped across the region a weak
shortwave trough moving through during the afternoon and evening
hours. NAM is the most aggressive with QPF owing to a stronger
surface low pulling out of the ohio valley, while the remaining
guidance including GFS offer a weaker low, but still fairly
widespread precipitation. With that in mind, have increases pops
to likely, and if trends continue can see it going higher. In
addition, could see some instability develop across southern
zones with progged CAPE values up to 500 j kg so have included a
slight chance for thunder there. Due to increased clouds and
precip, opted to knock down the previous forecast highs
significantly, only warming into the 60s to perhaps 70 across
the northern border. Showers dissipate from northwest to
southeast Tuesday night as the frontal boundary drops back
southward, with mild lows ranging from the mid 40s to mid 50s.
Long term Wednesday through Sunday
As of 329 pm edt Sunday... Overall, dry and warm conditions are
expected Wednesday afternoon through Friday night with
increasing chances for rain as we head through memorial day
weekend. A upper-level trough will linger over southern qc|
through Thursday with a few spokes of energy rotating across the
area Wednesday afternoon-Thursday. Moisture will be limited
with NW flow through 500mb, therefore not anticipating much
rainfall however, have kept 20s-30s pops with greatest chance
for NE kingdom where moisture and lift may be better. Temps will
increase Friday as upper-level ridge and associated warmth move
east over new england. Clear, sunny skies with 925 temps around
20c should be supportive of near 80 degree temps. Clouds will
begin to increase Friday night ahead of our next system. Model
consensus at this time is more or less in good agreement about
a disturbance and tropical moisture streaming northward
beginning Saturday, but intensity and exact position of upstream
shortwave energy varies slightly... With that said however, 12z
guidance is indicating that Sunday may be trending more active
as approaching cold front and tropical moisture (pwats between
1.5-1.75" per gfs) coincide with MAX daytime heating (cape
values between 800-1500 j kg at this time) thus have included
mention of chance thunder in the grids.
Aviation 20z Sunday through Friday
Through 18z Monday... MVFR will continue to prevail through
about 21z this afternoon, mainly due to low ceilings, with
occasional improvement toVFR. Clouds will dissipate as we head
through the evening, with skies eventually clearing tonight.
West to northwest winds will remain around 10 kt this
afternoon, then become light overnight, then pick back up a bit
Monday morning once daytime mixing commences.
Monday night:VFR. No sig wx.
Tuesday: mainlyVFR, with areas MVFR possible. Chance shra.
Tuesday night: MVFR ifr conditions possible. Slight chance shra.
Wednesday:VFR. Slight chance shra.
Wednesday night:VFR. No sig wx.
Thursday:VFR. No sig wx.
Thursday night:VFR. No sig wx.
Friday:VFR. No sig wx.
Btv watches warnings advisories
near term... Hastings
short term... Lahiff
long term... Larocca
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|Stations||Dist||Age||Wind||Air Temp||Water Temp||Waves||Pressure||DewPt|
|45166||12 mi||39 min||NNW 12 G 16||62°F||51°F||1 ft||47°F|
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|Plattsburgh International Airport , NY||3 mi||61 min||NW 8||10.00 mi||A Few Clouds||66°F||48°F||54%||1014.9 hPa|
|Burlington, Burlington International Airport, VT||21 mi||60 min||NW 13 G 20||10.00 mi||Mostly Cloudy||68°F||51°F||55%||1014.6 hPa|
Wind History from PBG (wind in knots)
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