Deltaville, VA Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Deltaville, VA

June 22, 2024 3:21 AM EDT (07:21 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 5:44 AM   Sunset 8:30 PM
Moonrise 8:42 PM   Moonset 4:49 AM 
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ANZ631 Chesapeake Bay From Windmill Point To New Point Comfort Va- 1258 Am Edt Sat Jun 22 2024

Rest of tonight - S winds 10 to 15 kt with gusts up to 20 kt. Waves around 2 ft.

Sat - SW winds 10 to 15 kt, becoming S with gusts up to 25 kt late. Waves 2 to 3 ft.

Sat night - S winds 15 to 20 kt with gusts up to 25 kt. Waves 2 to 3 ft.

Sun - SW winds 15 kt with gusts up to 20 kt. Waves 2 to 3 ft.

Sun night - SW winds 15 to 20 kt with gusts up to 25 kt. Waves 2 to 3 ft. A chance of showers and tstms.

Mon - SW winds 10 to 15 kt. Waves 2 to 3 ft, subsiding to 1 foot in the afternoon. A chance of showers and tstms.

Mon night - W winds 5 to 10 kt, becoming nw after midnight. Waves 1 to 2 ft. A chance of showers and tstms in the evening.

Tue - N winds 5 to 10 kt, becoming E in the afternoon. Waves 1 foot.

Tue night - S winds 5 to 10 kt. Waves 1 foot.

Wed - S winds 10 to 15 kt. Waves 1 to 2 ft.

Wed night - S winds 10 to 15 kt with gusts up to 20 kt. Waves 2 to 3 ft. A chance of showers and tstms.
winds and waves higher in and near tstms.

ANZ600 1258 Am Edt Sat Jun 22 2024

Synopsis for fenwick island de to currituck beach light nc out 20 nautical miles including virginia portion of the chesapeake bay, currituck sound and portions of the james, york, and rappahannock rivers -
high pressure remains offshore through Sunday. Low pressure passing well to the north will push a cold front through the area Sunday night into Monday morning. An increase in wind speeds is expected late Sunday through Monday morning as a result of the approaching front.


7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Deltaville CDP, VA
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Area Discussion for - Wakefield, VA
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FXUS61 KAKQ 220718 AFDAKQ

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION National Weather Service Wakefield VA 318 AM EDT Sat Jun 22 2024

SYNOPSIS
High pressure off the Mid Atlantic coast slowly shifts through today, leading to an extended period of hot weather this weekend and again next week. There is a small chance for rain Sunday evening into Monday, and again later next week, but most locations will remain dry.

NEAR TERM /THROUGH TONIGHT/
As of 315 AM EDT Saturday...

Key Message:

- Hot today with heat advisory in place for portions of the area.

Early morning analysis shows surface high pressure well offshore and ~596 dm high pressure aloft over portions of the Deep South. With light southerly flow, could see some very patchy fog or low stratus develop in NE NC through sunrise where dew points are higher.
Otherwise, clear skies with morning lows in the upper 60s to lower 70s.

The main story for today remains the heat. Consensus among the near- term guidance is for widespread highs in the upper 90s. Locally around 100 F is possible in the Richmond metro and surrounding I-95 corridor. With the expectation that dew points mix out into the low- mid 60s, we are forecasting highs a degree or two warmer than NBM.
This reasoning aligns with the dry conditions of late. Right along the coast, it is expected to remain in the low-mid 90s with a SSE wind. With those lower dew points, heat indices will only be a few degrees warmer than air temp and in the 98-105 F range (highest ern and SE VA, except on the eastern shore with the onshore wind). While we are not seeing widespread heat indices of 105 F or greater, will maintain the heat advisory and continue to err on the side of caution given this is the first big hot spell of the summer season.
The advisory goes through 8 PM this evening. Lows tonight will not provide a ton of relief and only drop into the mid 70s inland and upper 70s along the bay/ocean.

SHORT TERM /SUNDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT/
As of 315 AM EDT Saturday...

Key Messages:

- Hot temperatures expected Saturday and Sunday with maximum temperatures both days in the mid/upper 90s to around 100 F.

- Highest heat indices (105+ F) expected Sunday, with heat advisories probable for most of the area.

- Isolated to scattered storms possible later Sunday through Monday afternoon.

The core of the heat is expected to shift E/SE some for Sunday, though hot temps will remain over the entire forecast area. High temperatures will be similar to Saturday and probably a degree or two warmer for eastern and SE VA, NE NC, and the eastern shore.
Highs range from the upper 90s for most of the area to around 100 F in the urban corridor within and surrounding Richmond. Clouds increase some later in the day across the NW so something to keep an eye on there. Guidance continues to advertise higher dew points Sunday due to strengthening southwesterly sfc flow. Soundings indeed show more moisture at and above the surface. This would lead to higher levels of humidity and thus heat indices in the afternoon.
The current forecast has heat indices between 103 and 108 F, with the highest values across eastern VA (including the eastern shore)
where the highest humidity will reside. Still, there is some uncertainty given the recent dry conditions, which could lead to more mixing and lower dew points/heat indices. While a few locations could near a 110 F heat index, coverage is too low for any excessive heat watches. Either way, WBGTs in the upper 80s to around 90 suggest the potential for significant heat stress for those outdoors and especially those participating in strenuous activities.
Additional Heat Advisories will likely be needed for much of, if not all, of the forecast area Sunday. Will hold off on issuing these for Sunday and let most of today's headline play out to avoid confusion on the WWA map. Lastly, will need to keep an eye on the aftn relative humidities as a gusty SW wind and the recent dry conditions could lead to some fire wx concerns. There again will not be much relief from the heat Sunday night with lows in the mid to upper 70s.

Isolated to widely scattered showers and storms are still a possibility Sunday afternoon and especially in the evening and overnight hours ahead of a weak cold front. Also expecting a weak sfc trough to set up east of the mountains. As is typically the case, the NAM is most aggressive regarding convective coverage and intensity. This could be related the model being slightly more amplified and having higher dew points. SPC continues the marginal risk for the northern third of the area. This makes sense as shear is higher with northern extent (though it only peaks at ~20 kt).
Overall, this suggests loosely organized storms capable of strong to marginally severe wind gusts given steep low-level lapse rates and high DCAPE. PoPs are 20-30% in the afternoon, increasing to 30-60% (highest N and NE) in the evening and early overnight period. Chance PoPs linger through most of the night with the boundary nearby.
Still, this does not look to be a widespread beneficial rainfall to alleviate the developing drought over the area, with only ~0.10- 0.20" of QPF in the forecast for portions of the area through Sunday night.

The front will be located across the SE Monday and continue to trend the best chances for showers and storms further SE. If current trends in the guidance continue, it may stay dry for most of the area, outside of far SE VA and NE NC. There will be ample instability along and ahead of the front so any storm again will be capable of producing strong to marginally severe wind gusts, in addition to frequent lightning and heavy rain. It also continues to look hot with high temps in the low-mid 90s. The highest dew points will reside across the SE VA and NE NC and heat indices of around 105 F are expected. The one caveat is storms could initiate as early as late morning or early afternoon in these areas given the moist/hot/unstable airmass, potentially preventing the high-end temp potential from being realized. Overnight lows in the mid-upper 60s inland and lower 70s closer to the coast.

LONG TERM /TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY/
As of 315 AM EDT Saturday...

Key Messages:

- The heat builds again midweek, with temperatures again increasing well into the 90s.

- Scattered showers and storms possible with a cold front Thursday.

- Flash drought conditions developing across most of the area.

The cold front does very little to provide any heat relief as temps Tuesday remain in the lower 90s. Even hotter Wednesday and we again could be talking about temps nearing 100 F, though the latest NBM is a degree or two shy of triple digits. Heat indices increase increase to 100-105 F, but this is again dependent on the degree of BL mixing in the afternoon. An isolated storm or two could also spill into our western counties. By Thursday, another cold front approaches from the NW and will continue chance PoPs for the area. Models favor the highest coverage over the S and SE. Still, widespread rainfall is not expected with this feature and probabilities of such remain quite low through the extended period. Guidance is warmer in the late week period and most areas may stay in the lower 90s.

The upcoming dry conditions will only exacerbate the recent dry spell and it looks to set us up for what is considered a "flash drought". More information on this can be found on CPC's Probabilistic Hazards Outlook page at www.ncep.cpc.noaa.gov or drought.gov.

AVIATION /07Z SATURDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY/
As of 135 AM EDT Saturday...

Primarily VFR conditions are expected through much of the 06z TAF period, with mainly clear sky through the late night hours.
There is some potential for MVFR CIGs to work into far SE portions of the area over the next few hrs and already seeing sporadic reports of CIGs around 1500 ft. Greater confidence at ECG vs ORF. Not expecting impactful VSBY restrictions, though could briefly drop to MVFR (3-5 SM) at ECG. S/SSE winds around 5-7 kt early this morning, becoming 5-10 kt this aftn (E-SE along the coast with the sea breeze).

Outlook: Dry and VFR conditions are expected to prevail through Sunday afternoon, as high pressure remains centered off the coast. There is a low chance for some isolated to widely scattered storms Sun evening and again on Mon afternoon into Mon evening.

MARINE
As of 945 PM EDT Friday...

Key messages:

-Sub-SCA conditions expected through Sunday morning.

-Winds increase on Sunday with SCA conditions likely Sunday afternoon into Monday morning.

-Moderate Rip Current Risk continues through the weekend.

Winds S-SW 5-15 kt expected tonight. Waves on the Bay, Rivers and Sound 1-2 ft, with seas 2-3 ft.

High pressure settles off the Southeast coast Saturday into Sunday.
A SSW wind will generally be 5-10kt Saturday morning into early aftn, with a late aftn/early evening diurnal shift to SSE and increase to ~15kt for the Ches. Bay and ocean N of Cape Henry (10- 15kt elsewhere). Seas build to 3-4ft N (mainly 2-3ft S) with waves in the Ches. Bay building to 2-3ft with the diurnal shift and increase in wind. A weakening cold front slowly approaches from the NW Saturday night through Sunday night. A SW wind potentially increases to 15-20kt for the Ches. Bay and northern ocean late Saturday evening into early Sunday, with marginal SCA conditions possible in the Ches. Bay. The pressure gradient tightens over the ocean Sunday aftn/evening with a ~20kt SSW wind possible, which could result in seas building to 4-6ft N of Cape Charles later Sunday aftn into Sunday night. Additionally, a SW wind potentially increases to 15-20kt for the Ches. Bay Sunday night with marginal SCA conditions possible. The pressure gradient slackens Monday into Tuesday as the weakening cold front settles into the area and washes out. High pressure rebuilds offshore by the middle of next week with sub-SCA southerly flow returning. Seas will mainly be 2-3ft Monday into the middle of next week with 1-2ft waves in the Ches. Bay.

Rip currents: A moderate rip risk will continue today for all beaches with some SE swell ~3ft with ~8s periods. An elevated rip risk likely continues through the weekend. Confidence of moderate is higher for the northern beaches Saturday and Sunday, but southerly flow and a longshore current may preclude a high risk.

CLIMATE
Record high temperatures for Saturday, June 22:

- RIC: 101 (1933)
- ORF: 99 (1981)
- SBY: 98 (1988)
- ECG: 98 (1942)

Record high minimum temperatures for Sunday, June 23:

- RIC: 76 (2010)
- ORF: 79 (2015)
- SBY: 75 (1925)
- ECG: 78 (2015)

Record high temperatures for Sunday, June 23:

- RIC: 101 (1988)
- ORF: 99 (2015)
- SBY: 99 (1988)
- ECG: 99 (2011)

AKQ WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
MD...None.
NC...None.
VA...Heat Advisory from 11 AM this morning to 8 PM EDT this evening for VAZ048-061-062-064-068-069-075>078-080>086-088>090- 092-093-095>098-509>525.
MARINE...None.




Weather Reporting Stations
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Stations Dist Age Wind AirWater WavesinHgDewPt
44058 - Stingray Point, VA 1 mi46 minSSW 9.7G12 76°F 78°F1 ft
RPLV2 - 8632837 - Rappahannock Light, VA 14 mi52 minS 17G18 30.17
44072 25 mi40 minSSW 12G16 76°F 2 ft
YKTV2 - 8637689 - Yorktown, VA 26 mi52 minS 8.9G12 77°F 80°F30.13
YRSV2 - Chesapeake Bay,VA 26 mi52 min0 75°F 30.1270°F
KPTV2 - 8632200 - Kiptopeke, VA 31 mi52 minSSW 8G9.9 75°F 76°F30.17
WAHV2 - 8631044 - Wachapreague, VA 31 mi52 minSW 8G12 77°F 82°F30.11
LWTV2 - 8635750 - Lewisetta, VA 32 mi52 minSW 9.9G12 76°F 82°F30.11
44042 - Potomac, MD 33 mi52 minSSW 12G16 74°F 79°F1 ft
44041 - Jamestown, VA 37 mi46 minSSW 12G14 74°F 84°F
44087 37 mi56 min 76°F1 ft
CHBV2 38 mi52 minSW 8.9G11 76°F 30.11
44064 40 mi46 minS 9.7G14 72°F 71°F3 ft
WDSV2 - 8638614 - Willoughby Deguassing , VA 40 mi52 minSSW 14G15 77°F 30.13
DOMV2 - 8638511 - Dominion Terminal Association, VA 42 mi52 minSSW 15G17 76°F 30.14
PPTM2 - 8578240 - Piney Point, MD 42 mi52 minSW 13G16
SWPV2 - 8638610 - Sewells Point, VA 43 mi52 min 79°F30.17
CHYV2 - 8638999 - Cape Henry, VA 46 mi52 minS 11G15 76°F 30.14
BISM2 - 8571421 - Bishops Head, MD 47 mi52 minSSW 13G16 78°F 81°F30.12
CRYV2 - 8638595 - South Craney Island, VA 47 mi52 minSSW 11G15 77°F 30.14


Wind History for Rappahannock Light, VA
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KTGI TANGIER ISLAND,VA 24 sm26 minSSW 1410 smClear79°F75°F89%30.12
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Tide / Current for Stingray Point, Chesapeake Bay, Virginia
   
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Stingray Point
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Sat -- 05:44 AM EDT     Sunrise
Sat -- 05:44 AM EDT     0.04 feet Low Tide
Sat -- 05:49 AM EDT     Moonset
Sat -- 11:13 AM EDT     1.17 feet High Tide
Sat -- 05:28 PM EDT     0.04 feet Low Tide
Sat -- 08:30 PM EDT     Sunset
Sat -- 09:42 PM EDT     Moonrise
Sat -- 11:31 PM EDT     1.52 feet High Tide
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Stingray Point, Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, Tide feet
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Tide / Current for Mill Creek, Rappahannock River, Virginia
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Mill Creek
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Sat -- 12:03 AM EDT     1.62 feet High Tide
Sat -- 05:44 AM EDT     Sunrise
Sat -- 05:50 AM EDT     Moonset
Sat -- 06:54 AM EDT     0.04 feet Low Tide
Sat -- 12:31 PM EDT     1.26 feet High Tide
Sat -- 06:38 PM EDT     0.04 feet Low Tide
Sat -- 08:30 PM EDT     Sunset
Sat -- 09:42 PM EDT     Moonrise
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Mill Creek, Rappahannock River, Virginia, Tide feet
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