Marine Weather and Tides
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Eagle Lake, MEHourly EDIT Help
Area Discussion for - Caribou, ME  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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area forecast discussion
national weather service caribou me
905 am edt Sun aug 19 2018
High pressure will build across the region through Monday then
exit to the east Tuesday. Low pressure will cross the region
with a cold front Wednesday.
Near term through tonight
9 am update...
an area of low stratus continues to shroud central washington
and northern hancock counties. Adjusted cloud cover to account
for more clouds in eastern downeast areas through the morning,
but expect the stratus to dissipate through midday.
high pressure will build across the region today through
tonight with generally mostly clear skies. However, satellite
imagery does indicate an area of stratus advecting back across
portions of washington county from new brunswick. These clouds
could briefly affect downeast areas early this morning. Patchy
river and valley fog will also occur across the region early
this morning, which could form again later tonight. High
temperatures today will generally range from the mid to upper
70s across the forecast area. Low temperatures tonight will
generally range through the 40s across northern areas, to the
lower to mid 50s downeast.
Short term Monday through Tuesday night
Strong high pressure will remain over the region Monday and
Tuesday bringing dry conditions to the area. Low pressure is
expected to move northeast from the great lakes Tuesday and
pass to the northwest of new england early Wednesday. A cold
front will move eastward behind the low and move across the
region during the day Wednesday. Showers are expected with the
frontal passage Wednesday. Scattered thunder is possible across
the northwestern areas Wednesday afternoon.
Long term Wednesday through Saturday |
Strong high pressure and a cooler airmass is expected to move
across the northeast behind the cold front Thursday. The high
will then pass to the south of new england Friday and out into
the atlantic Saturday and Sunday keeping the region dry through
Aviation 13z Sunday through Thursday
Near term: variable conditions will occur with any river and
valley fog early this morning, then again later tonight. Local
MVFR ifr conditions could also occur with any stratus downeast
early this morning. Otherwise,VFR conditions are expected
across the region today through tonight.
Short term: expectVFR conditions Monday and Tuesday. Ifr MVFR
conditions are expected Wednesday.VFR conditions are expected
Near term: winds seas will remain below small craft advisory
levels today through tonight.
Short term: have used a 50 50 blend of the NAM and GFS for
winds. For waves: expect a combination of long period
southeasterly swell (1 foot 9 seconds) and northeasterly wind
wave (1 foot 4-5 seconds) on Monday and Tuesday. Southerly wind
wave is expected to build to 5-6 feet 8 seconds late Wednesday
into Thursday as low pressure passes to the west of new england.
Will use nwps for waves. Total water level: will keep the base
tide anomaly at +0.20 through the period.
Car watches warnings advisories
Me... Beach hazards statement until 8 pm edt this evening for mez029-
Near term... Norcross mcb
short term... Mignone
long term... Mignone
aviation... Norcross mignone
marine... Norcross mignone
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