Laporte, PA Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Laporte, PA

April 12, 2024 4:54 PM EDT (20:54 UTC) Change Location
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Area Discussion for - State College, PA
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FXUS61 KCTP 121927 AFDCTP

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service State College PA 327 PM EDT Fri Apr 12 2024

SYNOPSIS
-Windy & cooler through Saturday with frequent gusts 40+ mph -Snow accumulation tonight-Saturday A.M. northern tier mtns -Showers ending and brisk wind decreasing by Saturday night -Isolated strong/severe t-storms possible Sunday late afternoon

NEAR TERM /THROUGH SATURDAY/
Final update for expanded wind advisory.

Cold temps and broad cyclonic flow aloft will continue to support diurnally driven, terrain enhanced rain showers into Saturday. A changeover to snow showers is expected across the NW mtns with an inch or two of wet/slushy accumulation forecast in the higher terrain late tonight into early Saturday morning.

Strong gusty winds continue through Saturday afternoon before diminishing by Saturday night. We plan to expand the wind advisory farther to the east to include the central ridge and valley region. Later shifts may consider covering the rest of the CWA The combination of strong wind gusts 40-55 mph and saturated ground will bring an increased risk of downed trees and power outages.

Chilly start to the weekend with low temps tonight in the low 30s to mid 40s with a wind chill factor. Highs tomorrow in the low 40s to mid 50s or 5 to 15 degrees below the historical average for mid April.

SHORT TERM /SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY/
Conditions dry out by Saturday night into early Sunday before POPs ramp up from northwest to southeast ahead of a cold front pushing southeast from the Great Lakes. SPC has placed all of CPA in a MRGL risk (level 1 out of 4) with isolated strong to severe t-storms possible mainly in the late afternoon and evening. Showers should accompany the front as it sinks southward across the area later Sunday evening into Sunday night before pushing south of the MD line by Monday morning. High pressure builds in for the start of next week bringing fair weather and pleasant temperatures.

After a noticeable cooldown Fri-Sat, expect a nice warm up to end the weekend and begin next week with highs rebounding into the 60-75F range.

LONG TERM /MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY/
Weak ridging overhead at the start of the long term will break down as a warm front lifts over the area. Very light/patchy rain caused by the warm advection will be followed by SCT SHRA/TSRA as we get into the warm sector for the mid-week period. Weak CFROPA Wed PM attempts to cool things down, but weak ridge and some clearing behind it will allow temps to get just a bit warmer than Wed. A few srn cities may get to 80F. The real cold front arrives quickly, though, so timing is of paramount importance to get the temps correct for Fri. Temps may be falling throughout the day on Fri. Because of timing differences in the deterministic models, we will hang closer to a broad brush of 40-50 PoPs from Thurs PM-Fri PM.

AVIATION /20Z FRIDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY/
Strong 35-40kt wrly jet around 900mb strengthens to 40-50kts overnight, creating LLWS over most of the airspace. Some will mix down to the sfc, and cause wind gusts into the 30s over the W. Upper low overhead will cause lots of SHRA/SN, with IFR and some snow accumulation poss (80%) at BFD. JST will see some SN mix into their SHRA at times thru the night. The supercooled clouds will require deicing ops at many airfields tonight. The upper low will lift N/E thru the night and Sat. The gradient wind will stay strong for the night and Sat, but then slackens Sat night. Cigs stay MVFR for the W and central terminals tonight and the first half or more of the day Sat. Clearing Sat aftn and evening, but high clouds stream back over Sat night and Sun.

Outlook...

Sun...Mainly VFR, but a chance of late day showers/thunderstorms and brief restrictions.

Mon...AM SHRA W, then no sig wx areawide.

Tue...VFR.

Tue night...Thickening clouds, light RA, restrictions possible, mainly W.

Wed...NMRS SHRA/TSRA. Brief restrictions expected.

CTP WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
Wind Advisory until 6 PM EDT Saturday for PAZ004>006-010>012- 017>019-024>027-033>036-045.




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