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|Sunrise 7:44AM||Sunset 7:15PM||Friday October 9, 2015 3:09 AM AZOST (03:09 UTC)||Moonrise 2:25AM||Moonset 4:04PM||Illumination 16%|
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Lubec CDP, 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
629 pm edt Thu oct 8 2015
High pressure will move east of the region tonight. Low pressure
will cross the region Friday... Drawing a cold front across the
region early Friday night. High pressure will build across the
Near term /through Friday/
608 pm update: fcst hrly temps were adjusted to msly unchgd fcst
lows based on trends seen ovr the last couple of hrs from the
prev fcst at these hrs. Otherwise... The ramp up of pops late tngt
into Fri were adjusted based on the tmg of fcst 6 hrly QPF from
06z Fri thru 00z sat.
Orgnl disc: clouds associated with low pressure crossing the
great lakes are streaming into the forecast area this afternoon.
These mainly mid and high clouds will prevail tonight, especially
across the north and west. This will limit optimal radiational
cooling, in spite of high pressure and light/calm winds. Have
therefore gone toward the warmer end of the guidance for tonight's
low temperatures; lower/mid 30s in the north and upper 30s/lower
40s south. However, colder conditions will be possible should any
significant breaks develop in the cloud deck.
The aforementioned low will make its push across the forecast area
on Friday. Rain will begin to spread into western sections by 8 am,
eventually reaching our eastern border by noontime. The low will be
deepening as it pushes across the state, along with a 50+kt low-
level jet. This will allow for good lift and upslope into the
central highlands. Plenty of moisture there as well with pwats of
1.25 inches over the southern third of our region. Have therefore
increased expected rainfall amounts for tomorrow, with areas from
houlton and greenville south to see a half to three-quarters of an
inch. North of this line, rainfall will be in the quarter to a half
an inch. Highs will only be in the 40s in the northern areas, while
interior downeast locations will top out in the lower to mid 50s.
Short term /Friday night through Sunday/
Low pressure will exit across the maritimes early Friday night
while an upper trof crosses the region. Rain will decrease across
eastern areas early Friday night... With the most persistent rains
across the southeast corner of the forecast area. Cloud cover will
then decrease across the forecast area overnight with high
pressure starting to build east. High pressure will cross the
region Saturday with partly sunny skies across northern portions
of the forecast area... With mostly sunny skies across the rest of
the region. High pressure begins to move south Saturday
night... While a disturbance approaches northern areas. Cloud cover
will increase across the forecast area Saturday
night... Particularly across northern areas. Could also have a
slight chance of rain/snow showers late Saturday night across
northern areas. The disturbance will cross northern areas Sunday
with mostly cloudy skies and a chance of rain showers... Though
mixed rain/snow showers are possible early across northern areas.
Partly/mostly cloudy skies are expected across central portions of
the forecast area Sunday... With partly cloudy skies downeast.
Temperatures will be at below normal levels Saturday... With near
normal level temperatures Sunday.
Long term /Sunday night through Thursday/
A warm front will be lifting across the area Sunday evening
bringing clouds and the chance for some showers, mainly across the
north. This front will continue north of the area on Monday as
warmer air follows from the southwest. Monday will be a partly to
mostly sunny and warm day as upper level ridging combined with a
light southerly breeze boost highs into the mid to upper 60s. This
will be followed by a mild night Monday night. An occluded front
will then approach early Tuesday possibly forming a small
secondary low near the coast. This will bring a chance for showers
on Tuesday. The front should sweep east of the region Tuesday
night into Wednesday allowing for drier and cooler conditions to
move in on Wednesday. Another small occlusion quickly approaching
in our fast west to east flow may bring another chance for showers
Aviation /00z Friday through Tuesday/
Near term:VFR conditions will prevail overnight. However, they
will give way to MVFR ceilings as widespread rain moves into the
region after 12z. MVFR conditions will continue through to 00z
Saturday, especially at kbgr and kbhb.
Short term: MVFR/ifr conditions are expected early Friday
night... Improving toVFR levels overnight. Generally expectVFR
conditions across the region Saturday through Sunday... Though
occasional MVFR conditions could occur across northern areas later
Saturday night through Sunday.VFR conditions are expected across
the region Monday. MVFR/ifr conditions are possible Tuesday.
Near term: a small craft advisory has been issued for much of the
day Friday. South winds will increase through the day as low
pressure moves to the north of the waters; gusts to 30 kt are
expected. Seas will respond accordingly, building to 5-6 feet by
Short term: small craft advisory conditions are expected Friday
night into Saturday. Conditions are expected to be below small
craft advisory levels Saturday night and Sunday. Visibilities
could be reduced in rain early Friday night.
Marine... Small craft advisory from 11 am Friday to 8 am edt Saturday
Near term... Vjn
short term... Norcross
long term... Bloomer
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|Stations||Dist||Age||Wind||Air Temp||Water Temp||Waves||Pressure||DewPt|
|62138||31 mi||69 min||54°F||1023.4 hPa (-0.1)||51°F|
|62150||41 mi||69 min||SSE 2.9||55°F||3 ft||1024.1 hPa (-0.1)||49°F|
|62144 - North Sea||95 mi||69 min||NNW 1||56°F||3 ft||1023.2 hPa (+0.1)||46°F|
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