Reed Creek, GA Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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June 18, 2024 2:30 AM EDT (06:30 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:16 AM   Sunset 8:47 PM
Moonrise 4:49 PM   Moonset 2:28 AM 
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg SC 159 AM EDT Tue Jun 18 2024

High pressure atop the region from Tuesday through Thursday will suppress any storms from developing until moisture returns on Friday and into the weekend. Expect the weekend to be quite hot. A cold front approaches from the north early next week.

Key Messages:

1) Mountain valley fog may develop again overnight and into the morning.

2) Fewer showers and thunderstorms and slightly less humid conditions are expected today.

As of 1:25 AM EDT Tuesday...Once again, no major changes were necessary. Most locations are dry but for a handful of light showers still ongoing west of I-26. Dry elsewhere.

A large anticyclone will remain over the Carolinas through the period keeping summer-like conditions around. Cumulus will con- tinue to dissipate going forward, but upper cirrus will increase in coverage. Upper clouds combined with continued S/SE'ly flow will allow lows to bottom-out around 5 to 8 degrees above climo.
Winds will turn more ELY today leading to drier conditions. High temps today will be similar to Monday and about 2to 4 degrees above climo.

As of 105 AM EDT Tuesday: Expecting to make little change to the going dry and warming forecast for Wednesday and Thursday. The cwfa remains progged to be within the southern periphery of strong NE CONUS anticyclone to start off the period. With the attendant sfc ridge axis just north of the region, an easterly flow will be seen, countering the subsidence from the upper ridge, leading to near normal temperatures on Wednesday. Large scale subsidence remains in place through Thursday while the sfc/llvl easterly flow weakens thanks to the southward sinking sfc ridge. Based on this, maximum temperatures will be a few deg F higher, perhaps hitting 90 in a few Piedmont locations.

As of 145 AM EDT Tuesday: The positioning of the upper ridge axis is progged to sink south to pretty much atop the cwfa to start off the period and begin a slow weakening trend. There should remain enough large scale subsidence to keep the atmosphere capped despite promoting further warming to about a category above climo. Despite ever so slowly falling upper heights atop the region, enough subsidence should linger to aid in further warming with some Piedmont locations hitting 95 deg f Saturday afternoon. Diurnally fired tstm cvrg should struggle to reach climo values, with the better chances acrs the mountains Sat afternoon/evening. During the latter half of the period, daily tstm chances should steadily increase coincident with the slow influx of Atlantic moisture and at least some mean flow, but at this point, no break from the above normal temperatures.

At KCLT and elsewhere: Expect VFR conditions to continue at all terminals thru the 06z taf period. The only exception will likely be at KAVL where there's a decent chance for some patchy fog and lower cigs this morning beginning around 09z. I have prevailing MVFR visby and cigs with a TEMPO for IFR visby and cigs thru roughly 13z. Expect any lingering fog to burn off and cigs to sct by late morning. Otherwise, things should remain dry across the area today except for some very isolated ridgetop convection, which does not warrant a mention in any taf. Outside of the mtns, winds will remain SELY thru the morning and then back to a more ELY direction by the afternoon and pick up speed-wise. I also included some low-end gusts at the Upstate terminals for the aftn/evening. At KAVL, winds will be light to calm thru mid- morning and pick up from the SE again by the afternoon with some low-end gusts expected there as well.

Outlook: An expansive upper ridge will keep things mostly dry with VFR conditions thru Friday. Mountain valley fog and/or low stratus may develop each morning.


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KAND ANDERSON RGNL,SC 6 sm34 minSE 0410 smMostly Cloudy77°F70°F78%30.19
KCEU OCONEE COUNTY RGNL,SC 12 sm36 mincalm10 smA Few Clouds79°F72°F79%30.19
KLQK PICKENS COUNTY,SC 23 sm15 minSE 0510 smPartly Cloudy73°F73°F100%30.19
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