Marine Weather and Tides
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|Sunrise 5:37AM||Sunset 8:18PM||Monday July 22, 2019 7:12 PM EDT (23:12 UTC)||Moonrise 11:28PM||Moonset 10:49AM||Illumination 67%|
7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Southampton, NYHourly EDIT Help
Area Discussion for - New York City/Upton, NY  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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area forecast discussion
national weather service new york ny
340 pm edt Mon jul 22 2019
A frontal boundary remains stalled over the area into Tuesday,
with waves of low pressure developing along it. High pressure
then builds from the west, allowing the boundary to move east of
the area by Wednesday. High pressure remains over the area into
Near term until 6 am Tuesday morning
An approaching cold front is triggering a few thunderstorms across
northwest parts of the area. These thunderstorms are forecast
to expand in intensity and coverage through the afternoon and
evening. With any thunderstorm development there is the
potential of strong gusty winds and frequent lighting and the
potential for urban flash flooding, especially across
northeastern new jersey, the lower hudson valley, nyc, nassau
county, ny and southeastern connecticut where storms may back
build and train across the same area. A flood watch remains in
effect and has been expanded into fairfield and new haven
counties in connecticut. The threat for severe weather is
expected to diminish overnight but expect rainfall to continue
through Tuesday morning. See the hydrology section for more
Additionally, veering winds with height in the vicinity of the
frontal boundary may support weak rotation, and the potential
for a weak brief tornado.
Temperatures tonight will be in the mid to upper 60s to near 70.
There is a low rip current risk for atlantic ocean beaches today.
Short term 6 am Tuesday morning through Tuesday night
The frontal system will remain over the area, with the threat
for heavy rainfall and locally gusty winds continuing at least
into Tuesday morning, before building high pressure from the
west gradually allows the system to move offshore. With light
winds and recent moisture, fog may develop into Tuesday night.
Expect temperatures to be well below climatological normals on|
Tuesday, then closer to normal overnight.
There is a moderate rip current risk for atlantic ocean beaches
on Tuesday morning, possibly becoming high in the afternoon.
Long term Wednesday through Monday
Strong polar upper low drops into hudson bay during the mid to late
week, gradually shearing the closed low currently over northern
quebec towards greenland. The associated deep eastern us troughing
will slowly weaken through the week as a result, with weak upper
ridging signaled for the weekend ahead of the next closed
shearing eastward just north of the great lakes.
At the surface, generally tranquil conditions expected, with weak
and elongated high pressure sprawled across the eastern us in wake
of the offshore cold front slowly drifting eastward. A gradual
moderation in temps expected through the period, starting a
seasonable levels with comfortable humidity mid week and rising to
above seasonal with increasing humidity late week into the
Aviation 20z Monday through Saturday
A front will remain near the terminals today as a wave of low
pressure develops and moves along the front into tonight.
Showers and thunderstorms have developed across northern nj and
the lower hudson valley. As these storms approach, expect MVFR
conditions to develop. Some storms may become severe and
produce gusty winds and heavy rainfall, mainly in the 20-00z
time frame. The MVFR or lower conditions and the threat of
showers and isolated thunder will continue into the overnight
hours and Tuesday morning.VFR conditions will return during the
mid to late part of Tuesday.
Winds are generally light or out of the south-southeast, however
the forecast becomes tricky through the afternoon as a wave of low
pressure moves along the front. Winds should favor a se
direction before veering to the W NW later in the day and
Ny metro enhanced aviation weather support...
detailed information, including hourly TAF wind component forecasts,
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