Cuthbert, GA Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Cuthbert, GA

April 21, 2024 7:25 AM EDT (11:25 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:59 AM   Sunset 8:11 PM
Moonrise 5:22 PM   Moonset 4:52 AM 
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Tallahassee FL 652 AM EDT Sun Apr 21 2024


(Today and tonight)
Issued at 346 AM EDT Sun Apr 21 2024

A cold front will finally make its way through the region today and with it will come another shot at showers and perhaps a few rumbles of thunder. Severe weather is not expected though storms may be able to produce some gusty winds and perhaps small hail if we're able to destabilize a bit. Rain chances will increase throughout the day, with drier air moving in by the late afternoon and evening hours from west to east. Skies should gradually clear behind the front and cooler air filters in.

(Monday through Tuesday night)
Issued at 346 AM EDT Sun Apr 21 2024

The cold front will have completed its passage by the start of the Short Term and we can expect cooler and drier conditions through the day. Surface high pressure will be settling over the region as upper level ridging will be building through the day.
High temperatures on Monday will be slightly cooler than NBM guidance in the upper 60s to low-mid 70s as cooler air will still be filtering in from the north. We drop into the upper 40s Monday night into Tuesday morning, and will be in the low 50s along the immediate coast. We will quickly warm back into the upper 70s and low 80s for Tuesday and heading into the long term.

(Wednesday through Saturday)
Issued at 346 AM EDT Sun Apr 21 2024

The surface high will keep us dry for several days. A weak cold front will pass through the region on Wednesday, but will have little to no effect on expected conditions. Temperatures will be warming back into the mid 80s and upper 80s heading into the weekend while overnight lows will be relatively steady in the upper 50s to low 60s. No appreciable rain chances are expected for the next several days.

(12Z TAFS)
Issued at 648 AM EDT Sun Apr 21 2024

Another messy morning with cigs ranging from VFR to LIFR, with showers and isolated thunderstorms starting move through the region. Expect these conditions to continue through the morning and early afternoon hours, with drier air starting to work its way through by the late afternoon and early evening. Lower cigs will start to improve by then as well, with clearing skies potentially happening between 0Z-6Z.

Issued at 346 AM EDT Sun Apr 21 2024

Showers and thunderstorms will be possible later today for the afternoon and evening hours as a cold front makes its way through our marine zones. Elevated winds and seas are expected as the showers/storms move through. Following the cold front, cautionary conditions are likely for all our marine zones with advisory level conditions possible for our waters west of Apalachicola on Monday. Winds and seas will return to be favorable by mid week with seas of 1-2 feet and varying winds of 5-10 kts.

Issued at 346 AM EDT Sun Apr 21 2024

A frontal system will work through the region today and will bring scattered rain showers and perhaps a few rumbles of thunder with it. Behind it, dry weather returns for the forecast period.
Elevated to high dispersions are possible today for the I-75 corridor from about Cook and Berrien counties down into the eastern FL Big Bend counties. Area wide high dispersions are forecast for Monday.

Issued at 346 AM EDT Sun Apr 21 2024

Rain chances continue through this evening. The quick nature of the system will keep rainfall accumulations light between 0.25-0.75 inches. It is possible that there may be isolated higher amounts if there are training showers.

Regarding river conditions; the Apalachicola, St Marks, Withlacoochee, Aucilla, and Ochlockonee rivers remaining in flood, the Suwanee has now risen into flood at Rock Creek, Luraville, and Branford. Expect possible rises to continue down the Suwannee with additional points possibly reaching flood in the days ahead.


Spotter activation is not requested. However, spotters are always encouraged to safely report significant weather conditions when they occur by calling the office or tweeting us @NWSTallahassee.

Tallahassee 80 54 73 50 / 60 10 0 0 Panama City 76 53 73 53 / 60 10 0 0 Dothan 69 47 70 48 / 60 0 0 0 Albany 70 50 69 47 / 70 10 0 0 Valdosta 81 55 71 49 / 70 20 0 0 Cross City 82 56 75 49 / 40 40 10 0 Apalachicola 78 56 74 59 / 50 20 0 0

FL...High Rip Current Risk through this evening for FLZ114.

GM...Small Craft Advisory from 9 PM this evening to 10 AM CDT Monday for GMZ750-752-770-772.

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