Powell, OH Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Powell, OH

April 15, 2024 10:34 AM EDT (14:34 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:51 AM   Sunset 8:12 PM
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nearshore marine forecast national weather service cleveland oh 939 pm edt Sun apr 14 2024
for waters within five nautical miles of shore
waves are the significant wave height - the average of the highest 1/3 of the wave spectrum. Occasional wave height is the average of the highest 1/10 of the wave spectrum.
lez142>145-150815- maumee bay to reno beach oh-reno beach to the islands oh- the islands to vermilion oh-vermilion to avon point oh- 939 pm edt Sun apr 14 2024

Overnight - Northwest winds 10 to 15 knots becoming northeast 5 to 10 knots. Partly cloudy. Waves 2 feet or less.

Monday - North winds 5 to 10 knots becoming east. Sunny. Waves 1 foot or less.

Monday night - Southeast winds 5 to 10 knots becoming east. Mostly clear. Waves 2 feet or less.

Tuesday - East winds 10 to 15 knots. Mostly cloudy. Waves 1 to 3 feet.
see lake erie open lakes forecast for Wednesday through Friday.
the water temperature off toledo is 51 degrees, off cleveland 45 degrees, and off erie 46 degrees.

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Area Discussion for - Wilmington, OH
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AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION National Weather Service Wilmington OH 659 AM EDT Mon Apr 15 2024

A cold front will move south through the area today, dissipating just south of the Ohio River this evening. The remnants of this front will then be pulled to the north-northeast as a warm front on Tuesday. Tuesday evening and overnight will see warm sector showers develop and move east as a strong moisture feed comes together ahead of a cold front that moves east through the area Wednesday evening.

The southward moving and dissipating cold front near the I-70 corridor this morning will cross the Ohio River this evening. A sprinkle or light shower can't be ruled out later today, generally east of Cincinnati and south of Chillicothe. This is not going to have enough areal coverage to make it into the forecast as any expected weather. Some mid level clouds along the front and passing cirrus elsewhere will put together another nice spring day with highs ranging from the mid 70s in west central Ohio, upper 70s over a relatively narrow swath from Richmond to Dayton to Hillsboro and Lancaster, and near or in the low 80s elsewhere. Light wind will make a transition from southwest to northwest and then northeast as the front crosses.

Moisture begins to pool along the dissipated front in Kentucky overnight as it develops into a warm front. Upper level energy is undercutting and pooling on the back side of the high pressure ridge moving east. As the ridge moves east, it is expected to overcome most of the mid level energy that could work with the warm front to produce shower and thunderstorm activity beginning in the southwest in the predawn hours and shifting its focus more northeast in the afternoon, bisecting the CWA from nw-se. A dry punch should become more prominent in the southwest later in the day and briefly expand before warm sector showers develop later due to a strong moisture transport.

Mild temperatures will remain with lows near 50 in the far north to near 60 in the far south. Highs Tuesday will similar to Monday but a bit more muted in the southwest. Expect mid 70s along and north of the I-70 corridor, upper 70s to near 80 in the south.

A somewhat active start to the long term period is expected as a trof with attendant midlevel low eject E from the mid MS Rvr Vly into the NW OH Vly. Although it is a fairly deep/strong system, it will become more vertically-stacked into the day Wednesday, with a filling/occlusion of the sfc low center beneath the pronounced midlevel low center. Nevertheless, deep- layer forcing will overspread the area beginning early Wednesday morning, with an expectation for a corresponding batch of early morning SHRA/TSRA to work its way E into/through the ILN FA prior to the afternoon.

As we have seen several times already this springtime, the prevalence of early morning/early day convection and the associated widespread cloud cover that goes with it can substantially modulate, delay, and limit attempts for destabilization prior to the primary round of forcing/storms. It looks like this /could/ be the case again on Wednesday as fairly widespread pcpn is expected around daybreak, with a narrowing axis of instby advecting E and pinching off into the ILN FA through the afternoon hours. A better LL thermodynamic environment is expected to exist early in the day, initially to the W of the local area before it drifts E into the SW third or so of the local area into early afternoon. Strong LL flow will exist ahead of the advancing front, with good LL/deeper-layer shear to work with. Sfc flow should be veered, but with plenty of speed and some subtle LL directional shear in the profile.
The question remains just how much destabilization is able to occur late morning through mid afternoon in the pre-storm environment and to what degree that better warm sector is able to move N/E before pinching off as the system continues to occlude and the front pivots to more of a ENE-WSW orientation opposed to NE-SW orientation. The system as a whole, including the associated wind fields around it, should be in a weakening stage with eastward extent, lending itself to uncertainties in just how much the richer LL moisture and better thermodynamic environment is able to surge northward prior to the front's arrival. At this juncture, it does appear that there will be at least a small window for development of better instby in EC IN and far wrn WC OH and the Tri-State/N KY by early/mid afternoon, but how much this may extend N/E still remains uncertain. Given the setup, would expect that several clusters of TSRA should develop upstream in IN early Wednesday afternoon before moving to the E into the Tri-State by early/mid afternoon. At this juncture, a few strong to severe storms do appear possible, with gusty/damaging winds and large hail being the primary threats.
Will continue to highlight potential in HWO. Rainfall on Wednesday should generally be on the order of one half to one inch, with slightly higher amounts possible in the stronger storms.

Beyond Wednesday, quasi-zonal flows becomes established as a very large/expansive mid/upper level low migrates into the upper Midwest, with zonal flow extending southward through the mid MS Rvr Vly and OH Vly. Another S/W within this zonal flow will eject E into the region by Friday into Saturday as an elongated trof pushes S into the central CONUS, allowing for widespread midlevel height falls. This S/W should bring another round of light RA to the area Friday into Saturday as much cooler air finally attempts to settle in from the N.

Much above normal temperatures are on tap Wednesday and Thursday before increased clouds and precipitation bring slightly cooler temps on Friday. More widespread CAA will evolve this weekend, with below normal temps settling into the OH Vly Sunday through early next week. Drier conditions are favored toward the end of the long term period.

VFR conditions will prevail with some mid cloud cover coincident with a slow, southward moving, weak cold front. Sky cover will clear out for just about everywhere by late day and then see more mid clouds develop over CVG/LUK towards daybreak as the dissipated cold front begins a turnaround into a warm front and moisture begins pooling on the southern side.

Light winds under 10kt will veer w-nw-ne beginning in central Ohio, Dayton, Wilmington, and then wrapping up last later today in metro Cincinnati CVG/LUK.

OUTLOOK...Thunderstorms possible Tuesday night into Wednesday night. MVFR ceilings possible Thursday. MVFR conditions possible Friday.


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KOSU OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY,OH 7 sm41 minW 1010 smClear70°F55°F60%29.90
KDLZ DELAWARE MUNI JIM MOORE FIELD,OH 10 sm19 minNNW 0510 smClear61°F50°F68%29.92
KCMH JOHN GLENN COLUMBUS INTL,OH 13 sm43 minW 0710 smA Few Clouds70°F55°F60%29.89
KMRT UNION COUNTY,OH 19 sm19 mincalm10 smClear61°F30°F31%29.94
KTZR BOLTON FIELD,OH 20 sm49 minW 0810 smClear68°F57°F68%29.90
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