Bay View, OH Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Bay View, OH

December 5, 2023 8:25 PM EST (01:25 UTC)
Sunrise 7:39AM   Sunset 5:02PM   Moonrise  12:02AM   Moonset 1:23PM 

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LEZ143 Expires:202312052115;;946003 Fzus51 Kcle 051442 Nshcle
nearshore marine forecast national weather service cleveland oh 942 am est Tue dec 5 2023
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>144-052115- maumee bay to reno beach oh-reno beach to the islands oh- the islands to vermilion oh- 942 am est Tue dec 5 2023
Rest of today..South winds 10 knots or less becoming northeast. Rain with snow likely late this morning, then rain early this afternoon. A chance of rain late. Waves 1 foot or less.
Tonight..North winds 5 to 15 knots becoming northwest. A chance of rain with a slight chance of snow in the evening. Waves 1 to 3 feet.
Wednesday..Northwest winds 10 to 15 knots becoming west. Partly Sunny. Waves 1 to 3 feet.
Wednesday night..West winds 5 to 15 knots becoming southwest 15 to 20 knots. Mostly cloudy. Waves 1 to 3 feet.
see lake erie open lakes forecast for Thursday through Saturday.
the water temperature off toledo is 44 degrees, off cleveland 45 degrees, and off erie 44 degrees.

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Area Discussion for - Cleveland, OH
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Cleveland OH 715 PM EST Tue Dec 5 2023

A low pressure system over the area this afternoon will depart to the southeast tonight. High pressure will build behind the system for Wednesday and Wednesday night before departing to the southeast on Thursday and Friday. A potent low pressure system will lift northeast across the Great Lakes region on Saturday and Sunday.


7:05 PM EST Update...

Most of the forecast remains valid per latest trends in obs and model guidance. Only change was to adjust POP's through this evening to account for widespread precip exiting SE'ward faster than predicted previously. This light precip is associated with moist isentropic ascent aloft preceding the axis of a potent shortwave trough. The shortwave's axis essentially bisects our CWA from northwest to southeast. This axis and preceding light rain/snow showers should exit the rest of our region by ~10 PM EST this evening with trace snow accumulations at most.
Otherwise primarily light lake-effect rain/snow showers will continue to stream generally SSE'ward across NW PA, NE OH, and vicinity through daybreak Wednesday as lake-induced thermodynamics remain favorable over Lake Erie, yet a stabilizing ridge at the surface and aloft builds from the north-central U.S., behind the aforementioned shortwave trough.
Please see discussion below for more details.

Previous Discussion...

Low pressure over the Ohio Valley pulls away with associated areal rain/snow mix ending from north to south this afternoon/evening. Cold air aloft with 850 mb temperatures around -8 to -9 C should support scattered lake effect snow showers across parts of Northeast Ohio and Northwest Pennsylvania. Most of the snowbelt will only observe a dusting but parts of Northwest Pennsylvania, especially south of I-90 and east of I-79, could see 1-3" of snow accumulations tonight through Wednesday. Most of the snow accumulation will occur tonight.

A subtle shortwave may bring light, scattered rain showers to parts of Northwest Ohio Wednesday afternoon. Showers initially develop downstream of Lake Michigan, but minor lift from the shortwave along with low-level moisture/lapse rates should keep those showers going into parts of Northwest Ohio.

Another shortwave trough comes across the eastern portion of the Great Lakes Wednesday night, with additional light snow possible across far Northeast Ohio and Northwest Pennsylvania.
Generally expecting less than an inch of snow.

Low to mid level ridging builds eastward over the local area to end the work week. This allows for mean layer flow to turn southwesterly which will usher in drier and warmer air into the lower Ohio Valley.
Should be a relatively quiet period of weather in the short term with lingering low end PoPs across NW PA through Thursday afternoon as a mid level disturbance continues to exit to the east.

Anticipate high temperatures a few degrees above normal as they rise into the upper 40s to lower 50s Thursday and Friday. Low temperatures on Thursday night settle in the mid to upper 30s along and east of I-71 with lower 30s across extreme portions of northeast Ohio and northwest Pennsylvania. Warm air advection on Friday will allow for warmer overnight lows Friday night in the 40s.

Our brief period of quiet weather comes to an end this weekend. Deep upper trough and embedded shortwave will allow for surface low pressure to move over our forecast area Saturday night into Sunday.
Expect for widespread rainfall and gusty conditions this weekend as the low pressure system and accompanying cold front cross the area.
Current QPF amounts areawide generally around an inch with wind gusts up to 35 MPH. Temperatures ahead of the cold front Saturday rise into the upper 50s, approaching 60 in some spots, for afternoon highs. Overnight lows ahead of the front settle in the 40s. The cold front will cross over the forecast area during the day Sunday with highs in the low 50s likely achieved early in the day Sunday. Any lingering precipitation will change from rain to snow by Sunday evening as surface and temperatures aloft drop below freezing.
Lingering troughing behind the aforementioned system may allow for lake effect snow showers to continue through early next week. Low temperatures Sunday night through Monday night will fall into the mid to upper 20s each night. High temperatures Monday and Tuesday return closer to normal as they settle in the upper 30s to lower 40s.

AVIATION /00Z Wednesday THROUGH Sunday/
Aloft, the axis of a disturbance essentially bisected our region from northwest to southeast as of 00Z/Wed. This disturbance's axis continues moving SE'ward and should exit the rest of our region by ~03Z/Wed. Behind the disturbance, an expansive ridge builds from the northern Great Plains and vicinity through 00Z/Thurs. At the surface, a trough continues to exit SE'ward through ~03Z/Wed and is followed by a ridge building from the Upper Midwest through the end of the TAF period. In response, our regional surface winds will back gradually from N'erly or NW'erly toward W'erly and remain around 5 to 10 knots.

Widespread low clouds are forecast to persist through 00Z/Thurs and result in ceilings primarily near 1.5 kft to 3.5 kft AGL.
However, pockets of IFR ceilings are possible through ~15Z/Wed.
Widespread, light rain/snow showers associated with the aforementioned disturbance aloft continue to exit generally SE'ward through ~03Z/Wed. Otherwise, lake-effect showers, mainly light and in the form of snow, are expected to stream generally SSE'ward or SE'ward from Lake Erie through ~18Z/Wed.
Thereafter, these showers will stream generally SE'ward and eventually E'ward from the lake. Periodic MVFR visibility is expected in steadier precip.

Outlook...Non-VFR possible in periods of rain and/or snow Wednesday night into Thursday in NE OH and NW PA. Widespread rain with non-VFR possible this Saturday through Sunday.

Flow over the lake should remain northerly between 10 and 15 knots tonight into Wednesday afternoon. A ridge of high pressure builds northeast toward Lake Erie during the day Wednesday and will gradually turn winds southwesterly Wednesday evening into Thursday.
Southwesterly winds could increase to small craft criteria Thursday afternoon into the end of the week, though highest winds are currently forecasted to remain across the open waters of Lake Erie.
Low pressure will swing a cold front eastward across Lake Erie this weekend, with westerly winds behind the front high enough to warrant a small craft advisory issuance.


Weather Reporting Stations
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Stations Dist Age Wind Air TempWater Temp WavesinHgDewPt
MRHO1 - 9063079 - Marblehead, OH 7 mi55 min N 8.9G11 38°F 44°F30.0231°F
CMPO1 8 mi115 min NNE 8.9G11 38°F
SBIO1 - South Bass Island, OH 8 mi25 min N 7G9.9 37°F 30.08
HHLO1 - Huron Light, OH 19 mi25 min NNE 11G12 39°F 29.98
OWXO1 - Old Woman Creek, OH 21 mi100 min NNE 2.9 37°F 30.0436°F
TWCO1 24 mi25 min ENE 14G17 37°F 34°F
VRMO1 27 mi115 min NNE 8G8.9
OWMO1 29 mi85 min 0 35°F 33°F
LORO1 35 mi55 min NNE 6G8 38°F
THRO1 - 9063085 - Toledo, OH 35 mi55 min NNW 2.9G5.1 37°F 30.0335°F

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KPCW ERIEOTTAWA INTL,OH 1 sm30 minNNE 0610 smOvercast37°F36°F93%30.06

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