East Mountain, TX Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for East Mountain, TX

April 12, 2024 3:59 PM CDT (20:59 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:50 AM   Sunset 7:48 PM
Moonrise 8:30 AM   Moonset 11:41 PM 
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Shreveport LA 302 PM CDT Fri Apr 12 2024


(This evening through Saturday Night)
Issued at 301 PM CDT Fri Apr 12 2024

The clear and quiet stretch which is closing out this week looks to not only hold through the weekend, but also continue into the beginning of next week. Upper level ridging is pushing east from the Rockies over the Great Plains this evening, and looks to bring its ridge axis over the ArkLaTex by tomorrow afternoon before upper level flow begins to flatten out somewhat, with a weak disturbance emerging over the upper plains and pseudo-zonal flow overhead for the Four State Region.

Ultimately, no major changes to the weekend forecast, which will be dominated by mostly sunny skies, with clear afternoons and scattered clouds mostly overnight. The riding overhead and rebuilding southerly winds will enhance our established warming trend, with highs soaring into the low to mid 80s tomorrow afternoon. Lows will likewise see a warming trend, from 40s and 50s tonight to upper 50s and some 60s tomorrow night.


(Sunday through next Thursday)
Issued at 301 PM CDT Fri Apr 12 2024

Sunday will see the features of the flattened upper level flow becoming redefined, with a secondary ridge amplifying over the Front Range ahead of a deepening trough over the Pacific Coast. This ridge will drift eastward over the Plains late Sunday and overnight into Monday, quickly trekking across the Four State Region and passing on to our east by Monday afternoon.

This progressive upper level pattern amounts to another delay in the arrival of the expected showers and storms early next week.
Following on the heels of the aforementioned ridge, the deep trough and its closed low will push across the Intermountain West Monday, crossing the Plains in time to swing a surface cold front and attendant storm system into the ArkLaTex late Monday or possibly early Tuesday. As of this writing, storms do not look to enter our northwesternmost zones until after 00Z Tuesday at the earliest, spreading south and east through the night and into Tuesday morning, overspreading the majority of the reason by Tuesday afternoon before departing quickly to the north and east.

Much of the ArkLaTex along and north of the I-20 corridor remains in a 15% outlook for severe thunderstorms with the Monday night into Tuesday system. It remains too early at this time to confidently speculate on potential modes of severe weather. For now, all modes should be considered possible, along with the potential for further flash flooding in areas which remain saturated with still-swollen creeks and rivers. The ArkLaTex is not currently outlooked in Excessive Rainfall Outlooks, but given the recent days of flooding rains, it will not take much additional rainfall to cause potential hazards. The next update to the D4-8 severe weather outlook will be issued overnight tonight.

Behind Tuesday's trough, pseudo-zonal flow will dominate the upper level pattern for the ArkLaTex Wednesday, on which some weaker disturbances will ride in, bringing a return of showers and storms late in the week, making for an unsettled end of this extended forecast period, followed by a cold front which may be deep enough to break the sustained trend of 80 degree afternoons which will continue throughout next week, with morning lows generally in the 60s throughout.


(18Z TAFS)
Issued at 1230 PM CDT Fri Apr 12 2024

VFR conditions will continue through the 18Z TAF period. Aside from some thin cirrus over E TX/Wrn LA this afternoon, SKC will prevail. However, the cirrus shield will begin to increase this evening/overnight across the region, with some cigs possible especially over E TX. The cirrus should linger through much of the day Saturday. SSE winds 5-8kts over E TX, except generally WNW winds around 5kts over SW AR/N LA, should become Lt/Vrb after 00Z, except S 5kts or less over E TX. /15/

SHV 53 85 61 84 / 0 0 0 0 MLU 48 83 57 84 / 0 0 0 0 DEQ 45 82 55 80 / 0 0 0 0 TXK 51 84 60 82 / 0 0 0 0 ELD 48 83 57 82 / 0 0 0 0 TYR 53 82 61 81 / 0 0 0 0 GGG 51 83 60 82 / 0 0 0 0 LFK 50 85 60 84 / 0 0 0 0


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AirportDistAgeWind ktVisSkyWeatherTempDewPtRHinHg
KJXI FOX STEPHENS FIELD GILMER MUNI,TX 12 sm24 minSE 0310 smClear77°F34°F21%30.23
KGGG EAST TEXAS RGNL,TX 14 sm66 minvar 0310 smClear79°F39°F24%30.23
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