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Cuthbert, GA

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Sunrise 6:32AMSunset 8:46PM Monday June 27, 2022 7:15 PM EDT (23:15 UTC) Moonrise 4:13AMMoonset 6:58PM Illumination 1% Phase: Waning Crescent; Moon at 28 days in cycle
NOTE: Some of the data on this page has not been verified and should be used with that in mind. It may and occasionally will, be wrong. The tide reports are by xtide and are NOT FOR NAVIGATION.
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Cuthbert, GA
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FXUS62 KTAE 272027 AFDTAE

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Tallahassee FL 427 PM EDT Mon Jun 27 2022

NEAR TERM [Through Tuesday].

Any shower and iso thunder this evening should be confined to the far SE FL Big Bend and northwest of an Albany - Panama City Beach line. On Tuesday, the column gradually moistens, with average PWAT around 1.8-1.9 inches by late afternoon. Expect sufficient lift w/ the seabreeze/quasi-stationary frontal boundary for showers and thunderstorms. PoPs are generally 45-65% regionwide. Main concern will be heavy rainfall, with WPC outlooking a Marginal Risk for portions of the Tri-State Region. See the Hydrology section for more details. Highs in the low to mid-90s with Heat Index values of 100 to 105 in the FL Counties.

SHORT TERM [Tuesday Night Through Wednesday Night].

Active weather defines the short-term period thanks to a lingering frontal boundary entrenched within an anomalously moist airmass across the region. Scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms are expected, especially during peak heating hours when instability is greatest. This thinking is reflected in the precipitation forecast where widespread chance to likely PoPs are in place.

Heavy rainfall is the main the concern given the available rich moisture advecting from the warm Gulf waters. The WPC has justifiably placed nearly the entire service area in a Marginal Risk (level 1 of 5) for Excessive Rainfall in their Day 3 Outlook --valid starting 12Z Wednesday. Localized flooding is possible, particularly from slow-moving and/or training storms. Vulnerable locations are urban, low-lying, or poor-drainage areas. Gusty and erratic winds are also possible, with water loading contributing to wet microburst potential. It is worth noting that the GFS hints at a robust surge of convection plowing through the I-75 corridor into Apalachee Wednesday evening. If realized, strong to possibly severe winds could accompany the feature, but this is a low-probability scenario.

Aside from the wetness, warm and muggy conditions prevail as high temperatures tap out in the upper 80s to low 90s while lows drop to the low 70s away from the coast.

LONG TERM [Thursday Through Monday].

Wet weather appears to persist through the holiday weekend thanks to a series of impulses embedded in the clockwise flow aloft interacting with a moist airmass remains. Additional tropical moisture may advect into the region off the eastern flank of a low-pressure system near the TX coast. As such, daily chances for showers and thunderstorms are forecast across the Tri- state area. The precipitation and cloud cover prompts high temperatures ranging mainly from the upper 80s to low 90s. Muggy overnight lows in the low to mid 70s are forecast with incremental warmth by a degree or two each evening from Sunday into early next week.

AVIATION. [Through 18Z Tuesday]

VFR conditions are expected to prevail at all terminals through the forecast period. VCTS is possible at DHN and ECP this aftn, which may cause brief periods of MVFR to LIFR conditions. These showers and thunderstorms should quickly diminish after the 00 UTC time frame. On Tuesday, TSRA are possible after 12 UTC at ECP and TLH, with PROB30 and TEMPO groups noted, respectively.

MARINE.

Easterly to south easterly flow generally at 15 knots prevail throughout the course of the week and into the weekend. Occasional nocturnal surges likely produce locally higher winds and seas. A stormier pattern presents itself beginning Tuesday and persists throughout the remainder of the week. As such, the main marine concerns are thunderstorms. Otherwise, boating conditions are expected to remain below headline criteria.

FIRE WEATHER.

A wetter pattern precludes fire concerns over the next few days. However, low afternoon dispersions are forecast over portions of the Tri-state area on Wednesday and Friday. Scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms will also be capable of gusty erratic winds with the seabreeze providing onshore wind shifts along the coast during peak heating hours.

HYDROLOGY.

A weak cold front introduces a wetter unsettled pattern beginning Tuesday morning with increased rain chances that will continue though the holiday weekend. A Marginal Risk (level 1 of 5) for Excessive Rainfall is in place roughly along and northwest of a Walton-Berrien County line on Tuesday. The risk then expands to cover nearly the entire service area on Wednesday. These outlooks imply a localized flooding threat. Although widespread 1-2 inches are forecast during this 7 day period, locally higher amounts are possible. There are no river concerns at this time.

SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT.

Spotter activation is not requested. However, spotters are always encouraged to safely report significant weather conditions when they occur (while following all local, state, and CDC guidelines) by calling the office or tweeting us @NWSTallahassee.

PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS.

Tallahassee 74 92 74 93 73 / 10 60 30 60 50 Panama City 76 90 76 90 76 / 10 60 20 50 50 Dothan 73 92 73 88 71 / 10 50 40 70 40 Albany 74 95 74 90 73 / 10 50 50 70 40 Valdosta 72 94 73 92 72 / 10 50 50 70 40 Cross City 73 92 74 92 73 / 20 50 40 50 50 Apalachicola 78 88 78 89 77 / 20 40 30 40 50

TAE WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES. FL . High Rip Current Risk until midnight EDT tonight for Coastal Franklin.

GA . None. AL . None. GM . None.

NEAR TERM . LF SHORT TERM . IG3 LONG TERM . IG3 AVIATION . LF MARINE . Darish FIRE WEATHER . IG3 HYDROLOGY . Darish


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Eufaula Municipal Airport, AL22 mi77 minN 12 G 2010.00 miA Few Clouds90°F69°F50%1015.9 hPa

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