Redford, TX Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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May 28, 2024 9:00 PM CST (03:00 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:14 AM   Sunset 7:43 PM
Moonrise 12:00 AM   Moonset 10:15 AM 
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PMZ021 Southern Gulf Of California- 243 Pm Pdt Tue May 28 2024

Tonight - Variable winds less than 5 kt, becoming se to S 10 kt late. Seas 3 ft or less. Period 16 seconds. Areas of smoke.

Wed - Variable winds less than 5 kt, becoming sw 10 kt in the afternoon. Seas 3 ft or less. Period 15 seconds. Areas of smoke.

Wed night - Variable winds less than 5 kt, becoming S to sw 10 kt late. Seas 3 ft or less. Period 15 seconds.

Thu - SE to S winds 10 kt. Seas 3 ft or less. Period 17 seconds.

Thu night - S to sw winds 10 kt. Seas 3 ft or less. Period 17 seconds.

Fri - SE to S winds 10 kt. Seas 3 ft or less. Period 16 seconds.

Fri night - S to sw winds 10 kt. Seas 3 ft or less. Period 17 seconds.

Sat - S winds 10 kt. Seas 3 ft or less. Period 16 seconds.

Sat night - S to sw winds 10 kt. Seas 3 ft or less. Period 15 seconds.

Sun - S winds 10 kt. Seas 3 ft or less. Period 15 seconds.

Sun night - S winds 10 kt. Seas 3 ft or less. Period 14 seconds.


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Area Discussion for - Midland/Odessa, TX
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FXUS64 KMAF 290228 AFDMAF

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Midland/Odessa TX 928 PM CDT Tue May 28 2024

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UPDATE
Issued at 923 PM CDT Tue May 28 2024

The severe thunderstorm threat across the region has abated, with activity continuing to move east and south of the area. Lingering showers and a few storms are possible tonight, mainly across the northern Permian Basin and across portions of Terrell County, but gusty winds and lightning are the only concerns at this time.
Additionally, the Heat Advisory that was in effect for the Davis Mountains south to the Big Bend has expired, and while another round of hot conditions is expected on Wednesday, temperatures look to be a bit borderline, thus will defer to the next forecast package for any decisions on heat products for Wednesday afternoon. Have updated PoP/Wx grids reflecting trends this evening, but otherwise, the forecast is on track.

JP

SHORT TERM
(This afternoon through Wednesday night)
Issued at 124 PM CDT Tue May 28 2024

An MCS to the northeast of the area moving southeast through north Texas has pushed an outflow boundary to the southwest this afternoon as apparent on visible satellite imagery , with storms possible this evening (especially across Pecos County or the southeastern Permian Basin), quickly growing upscale and moving east out of the area.
Large hail and damaging winds will be the main threats with these storms, but an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out in the most intense and rapidly developing storms. Associated with increased moisture behind the outflow boundary, easterly winds advecting in higher boundary layer moisture, as well as lower clouds and stratus are forecast for the northeastern Permian Basin. These low clouds and increased high clouds farther southwest will inhibit radiational cooling tonight with lows above average and in the 60s, 70s along the Rio Grande and Pecos River in West Texas, and upper 50s in northernmost Lea County. Similarly, cloud cover will limit diurnal heating tomorrow, with temperatures much cooler and closer to if not slightly below average for most of the Permian Basin and Lea County, and a few degrees above average in the 90s to the southwest over most of Eddy County, the western Permian Basin, and southwest of the Pecos River. Highs 5 to 10 degrees above average with 100s along the Rio Grande and parts of the Stockton Plateau are also forecast. Highs will be lowest in northeasternmost parts of the area farthest behind the outflow boundary from today's storms, and the outflow boundary is expected to progress as far west as the Southeast New Mexico/West Texas border before washing out and becoming less distinct. It will remain hot along/south of the Pecos River, especially south of Highway 90. Weak ridging overhead is likely to limit most shower/storm activity, but convective initiation as a result of heating of elevated terrain in the Davis Mountains and Pecos County is still possible. A 35+ kt LLJ providing 35-45kts of deep shear will help maintain updrafts and keep any storms that form persistent into tomorrow evening, before the boundary layer stabilizes with loss of daytime heating. Lows remain a few degrees above average for late May tomorrow night as widespread cloud cover persists, with 60s aside from 70s near the Rio Grande, over the eastern Stockton Plateau, and southeastern Permian Basin.

LONG TERM
(Thursday through Monday)
Issued at 124 PM CDT Tue May 28 2024

After a "down" day Wednesday, convective chances pick up once again Thursday. Weak disturbances within zonal flow aloft along with a possible outflow boundary from overnight storms to our north will help support another round of storms by Thursday afternoon. Best coverage will be across the northern and eastern Permian Basin where instability is greatest and the best shear exists. Temperatures will climb back above normal with highs mostly in the 90s with 100s in the lower river valleys.

Storm chances continue Friday into the weekend as we keep easterly flow and moisture at the surface and weak shortwaves pass aloft. The best chance for widespread storms looks to be Saturday afternoon as a stronger wave arrives.

Ridging builds in early next week and the heat will be on! Widespread 100s will be on the table beginning Monday into at least Wednesday with more heat products likely.

AVIATION
(00Z TAFS)
Issued at 656 PM CDT Tue May 28 2024

Outflow boundary will continue moving west across the forecast area with winds at all terminals out of the E/ESE. KCNM remains SW at this time with outflow boundary passage and wind direction change to the ESE at 02-03Z. Winds elsewhere remain gusty at 20 to 30 knots with gusts to 35 to 45 knots. BLDU remains an issues with VIS reductions of 2-5SM. VIS reductions will diminish after 03Z.

TS chances look to diminish through the evening hours, with low- end chances up near KHOB. However, confidence remain lows with no mention in TAF.

Clouds generally SCT to OVC, with CIG heights of 050-100. MVFR CIG heights possible through the remainder of the evening, lifting to 100-200 during the overnight and morning timeframe

FIRE WEATHER
Issued at 340 AM CDT Tue May 28 2024

Elevated fire weather conditions are expected through next week, mainly over the higher terrain west of the Pecos on the west side of a developing dryline each day. Critical minimum relative humidities will coincide with increased 20-ft winds each afternoon. ERCs remain above the 95th percentile in these areas. However, fuel density and limited opportunities for fire starts remain low. The one exception will be Saturday afternoon, when the dryline will be far enough west that lightning starts will be possible in the Sacramento Foothills, Guadalupes, and areas directly south to the Presidio Valley.

PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS
Big Spring 66 86 68 95 / 30 30 10 30 Carlsbad 65 95 65 99 / 10 10 10 0 Dryden 70 98 73 98 / 40 20 10 20 Fort Stockton 68 99 70 101 / 20 30 10 20 Guadalupe Pass 63 89 64 90 / 0 0 0 0 Hobbs 62 88 65 96 / 10 20 10 10 Marfa 56 95 54 94 / 20 10 10 10 Midland Intl Airport 66 90 69 97 / 20 20 10 20 Odessa 67 92 70 98 / 20 20 10 20 Wink 68 98 70 102 / 10 10 10 10

MAF WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
TX...None.
NM...None.




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Tide / Current for La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico (2)
   
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Tue -- 05:33 AM MST     Sunrise
Tue -- 07:08 AM MST     -0.09 meters Low Tide
Tue -- 10:15 AM MST     Moonset
Tue -- 07:03 PM MST     Sunset
Tue -- 10:59 PM MST     0.90 meters High Tide
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