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Sunrise 7:07AMSunset 4:27PM Sunday December 8, 2019 10:21 PM EST (03:21 UTC) Moonrise 3:36PMMoonset 4:13AM Illumination 92% Phase: Waxing Gibbous; Moon at 12 days in cycle
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Marine Forecasts
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ANZ335 Long Island Sound West Of New Haven Ct/port Jefferson Ny- 952 Pm Est Sun Dec 8 2019
.small craft advisory in effect from Monday afternoon through late Monday night...
Tonight..S winds 5 to 10 kt. Seas 1 ft or less. Chance of rain after midnight. Rain likely late.
Mon..S winds 5 to 10 kt, increasing to 10 to 15 kt with gusts up to 25 kt in the afternoon. Seas 1 ft or less, then around 2 ft in the afternoon. Rain. Vsby 1 to 3 nm.
Mon night..SW winds 15 to 20 kt with gusts up to 30 kt. Seas around 2 ft. Rain. Vsby 1 to 3 nm.
Tue..SW winds 10 to 15 kt with gusts up to 20 kt. Seas around 2 ft. Chance of showers in the morning, then showers likely in the afternoon.
Tue night..NW winds around 10 kt. Seas around 2 ft. Rain likely in the evening, then rain and snow likely after midnight. Vsby less than 1 nm after midnight.
Wed..NW winds 10 to 15 kt. Seas around 2 ft. Snow likely, mainly in the morning. Vsby less than 1 nm, increasing to 1 to 3 nm in the afternoon.
Wed night..NW winds 10 to 15 kt. Seas around 2 ft.
Thu..N winds 10 to 15 kt. Seas around 2 ft in the morning, then 1 ft or less.
Thu night..NE winds around 10 kt. Seas 1 ft or less.
Fri..E winds 10 to 15 kt. Seas around 2 ft.
Fri night..E winds 10 to 15 kt. Seas around 2 ft in the evening, then 1 ft or less.
ANZ300 952 Pm Est Sun Dec 8 2019
Synopsis for the long island waters and new york harbor.. A warm front will approach the waters tonight into Monday, and lift north Monday night. A cold front will move through late Tuesday, slowly passing east Tuesday night into Wednesday. Arctic high pressure will then follow later in the week.


7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Marlboro, NY
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Area Discussion for - Albany, NY
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FXUS61 KALY 090301 AFDALY

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION National Weather Service Albany NY 1001 PM EST Sun Dec 8 2019

SYNOPSIS. A light wintry mix will impact the southern Adirondacks tonight, as clouds thicken and lower for the rest of the region, as a low pressure system approaches from the Mid Atlantic Region. The low pressure system and a frontal boundary will bring mainly rain to the forecast area tomorrow into Tuesday with milder temperatures and breezy conditions. Colder air moves back into the region with a period of snow possible from the Capital District and Berkshires south and east late Tuesday night into Wednesday.

NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 AM MONDAY MORNING/. Winter Weather Advisory 11 pm EST to 8 am EST for the southern Adirondacks .

Updated at 945 PM EST . Conditions remain dry across the forecast area this evening with clouds gradually lowering. Current temperatures range from the mid 30s at ALB where a gusty channeled southerly wind is blowing, to the mid 20s over more sheltered areas. Expecting a general upward trend in temperatures overnight but exact values will continue to depend on the wind speed with areas that maintain light winds remaining below freezing for most of the night. Spotty, light freezing rain or drizzle can still be expected late tonight over the southern Adirondacks as southerly flow will be upslope into that area. Meanwhile, steadier rains will approach the mid-Hudson Valley from the south by daybreak. Previous discussion is below.

Updated at 645 PM EST . Current forecast is on track. Mostly mid and high level cloudiness spreading across the area early this evening with temperatures near freezing and dew points well down into the teens to lower 20s. Latest 18z NAM nest still showing the development of some spotty light freezing rain over the Adirondacks later tonight with increasing isentropic lift and upsloping southwesterly flow developing across that area. The last few runs of the HRRR are not as agressive with this developement, but overall the idea that a little very light and spotty freezing rain could develop over the Adirondacks around or just after midnight still seems reasonable. Temperatures may fall another couple of degrees this evening, but will be rising into and through the 30s overnight. Previous discussion is below.

As of 400 PM EST . High pressure continues to move well east of New England tonight, as broad southwesterly flow will occur in the low to mid levels associated with the mid and upper level trough centered over the northern and central Plains. A series of short-waves embedded in the southwest flow will impact the region. One disturbance ahead of a cold front over the northern and central Great Lakes Region will focus a light wintry mix for the southern Adirondacks. A combination of the isentropic lift and orographic enhancement off the southwest Adirondacks will generate some light sleet and freezing rain, as temps will likely bottom out early this evening, and then slowly rise. The temps in the Hudson River Valley may not fall much due to a strong low-level jet and the funneling effect due to the retreating sfc anticyclone and the front to the west.

Also, a southern stream disturbance will be lifting northeast from the Carolinas. This wave of low pressure forming will enhance the isentropic lift for some light rain or showers to move in late south and east of the I-90 corridor. The Capital Region may stay mainly dry tonight with breezy conditions. Lows will be early on in the 20s to lower 30s, and then rise overnight. Clouds will be thickening and lowering. Some of the winds gusts this evening could get to 20-35 mph especially over the confluent region of the Capital Region and into the Upper Hudson River Valley.

SHORT TERM /6 AM MONDAY MORNING THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT/. Tomorrow . Any spotty freezing rain or drizzle should transition to plain rain over the southern and eastern Adirondacks,as temps rise above freezing. The temps should rise east of the southern Greens, but if they do not, then an SPS for spotty freezing rain or a WSW maybe needed. We leaned toward a superblend and warmer temps with the strengthening south to southwest flow.

The low-level jet increases with the latest 12Z GEFS indicating +v-wind anomalies /southerlies/ of 1 to 3 STD DEVs above normal with PWATS increasing to +1 to +3 STD DEVs above normal. The sfc wave will be lifting northeast for periods of rain. It should be noted the H850 moisture flux anomalies will be in the +3 to +4 STD DEVs above normal, so some moderate bursts of rain are likely especially south and east of the Capital District. The southwest flow aloft will tend to shunt the pcpn over the Capital Region due to shadowing off the Catskills. Temps will be rising to the 40s with some spotty 50s over the mid Hudson Valley and perhaps near Bennington, VT. The snowpack will begin to ripen and absorb the initial surge of rainfall.

Monday night . Temps continue to rise and steady in the lower 40s to lower 50s. The surface dew points are likely to rise into the upper 30s to mid 40s, which means the combination of temperatures and dew points could lead to enhanced snow melt, along with the locally moderate to heavy rainfall and patchy fog. Some of the guidance shows a lull in the pcpn after 06Z with the wave moving east of New England. The cold front will be approaching from western and northern NY by daybreak on Tuesday.

Tuesday . The cold front slides across the region with one more surge of rain or showers. There is a strong thermal gradient for a transition to some snow over the southern Adirondacks in the afternoon. Max temps will be in the late morning and early pm, but then temps will fall due to the strong cold advection. Max temps will be in the 40s to mid 50s and then fall in the pm. Some light snow accums are possible in the southern Adirondacks. Total QPF before night fall may be in the about half an inch to local amounts of 2.0 inches. See the hydro section for the super specific details.

Tue night . The cold front slows and acts like an ana front with moisture pooling northward behind the sfc front and wind shifts axis. Temps will be dropping quickly in the 20s to lower 30s with teens in the southern Adirondacks. The low and mid level FGEN increases with a weak wave ejecting northeast from the Delmarva. Periods of light to moderate snow may break out from the eastern Catskills/Capital Region and the Berkshires south. We may need advisories for the southern Taconics/Berkshires/NW CT and it could be a sloppy morning commute from the Tri Cities south and east. Lows in the teens and 20s with wet snow accums of 1 to 3" (highest totals in NW CT and the southern Taconics/ prior to daybreak from ALY south and east. See the long term for more details.

LONG TERM /WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY/. Intrusion of arctic air with below normal temperatures will dominate the beginning of the long term forecast, followed by some moderation in temps, along with the next prospects for precipitation associated with a possible coastal storm by next weekend.

A wave of low pressure developing along a frontal boundary to our south and east should allow precipitation to linger across southeast areas Wednesday morning. Forecast thermal profiles suggest P-type should be snow. The question is how much precipitation occurs from mid level forcing and moisture, as some southern stream energy translates northeastward. Latest 12Z/08 deterministic and ensemble model guidance suggests the possibility of at least a few additional inches of snow across portions of the mid Hudson Valley northeast into NW CT, the southern Berkshires, and southern Taconics, although can not rule out precipitation lingering farther north in the morning, which could allow some snow closer to the Capital Region of NY into the northern Berkshires. Stratiform precipitation should taper off by afternoon, however arctic front and main upper level trough passage should promote snow showers and perhaps embedded squalls for the afternoon/evening hours, especially for the Mohawk Valley northward. High temps mainly in the mid 20s to mid 30s, with temperatures possibly falling during the afternoon hours.

Snow showers should transition to more of a lake effect/enhanced event Wednesday night through Thursday morning, initially favoring the southwest Adirondacks and western Mohawk Valley, before shifting southward and becoming more multi-banded during Thursday morning, with areal coverage likely decreasing in the afternoon as a subsidence inversion lowers with high pressure building closer. Otherwise, quite blustery with Wed night lows in the single digits and teens, and highs Thursday mainly in the teens and 20s, although could approach the lower 30s in the mid Hudson Valley. Wind chills look to drop to zero to 10 below across northern areas, and zero to 10 above elsewhere Wednesday night.

High pressure should bring fair but cold conditions for Thursday night into Friday night, with lows Thursday night dropping into the single digits above and below zero across northern areas, and teens elsewhere, with some potential for pockets of temps dipping to -10 F or lower across the southern Adirondacks, depending on cloud cover and wind. Highs Friday mid 20s to lower 30s.

Lots of uncertainty regarding next possible storm system for late Friday night into next Sunday, with most likely period of precipitation next Saturday. Siding closer to 12Z/EC for onset timing based on past performance. Thermal profiles look relatively warm aloft, so this could be a rain/ice (rain/freezing rain) situation, depending on how much shallow low level cold air remains across the region. Will have to watch trends through the week. Lows Friday night and Saturday night in the mid 20s to low 30s, although may be warmer depending on ultimate storm track, with high temperatures in the mid 30s to lower 40s.

AVIATION /03Z MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY/. VFR conditions expected through most of tonight at all TAF sites although clouds will be gradually lowering. Scattered showers will develop after 11z along with MVFR cigs, then steadier and more widespread rain and showers will develop after about 15z. Conditions will continue to lower through the day and into Monday evening with mainly IFR cigs and vsbys expected Monday night in low clouds, fog and showers.

Winds will be from the south at speeds ranging from 10 to 20 kts with a few higher gusts at ALB, to less than 10 kts at POU and GFL. Southerly winds will average 10 to 20 kts at all of the TAF sites Monday afternoon and Monday night.

Outlook .

Monday Night: High Operational Impact Breezy Definite RA. FG. Tuesday: Moderate Operational Impact. Likely SHRA. Tuesday Night: High Operational Impact Likely SHRA. SHSN . SN. Wednesday: Moderate Operational Impact. Chance of SHSN. Wednesday Night: Moderate Operational Impact. Scattered SHSN. Thursday: Low Operational Impact. Isolated SHSN. Thursday Night: No Operational Impact. NO SIG WX. Friday: Low Operational Impact. NO SIG WX.

HYDROLOGY. Temperatures will remain below normal tonight into early tomorrow, so little melting and/or runoff is expected on the weekend. This will allow the snow pack to be maintained and unripened. Temperatures will likely rise to above normal values tomorrow and continue into Tuesday, with periods of rain likely. There is increasing confidence that temperatures and dewpoints will rise into the mid 30s to lower to mid 40s late Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning, especially along and south of the Mohawk Valley to southern VT. Those temperatures and dew points along with locally heavy rain could enhance snow melt.

There is uncertainty with the amount and placement of the heaviest rain, however our current forecast is for about a half an inch to about two inches in the HSA with the highest totals in the southeast extreme over the Housatonic Basin in NW CT, the southern Greens, and also in the west/southwest Adirondacks.

MMEFS guidance varies with the NAEFS and GEFS suggesting some rivers reach action stage and perhaps and isolated stem nicking minor flood stage and the SREF suggesting some rivers reaching minor flood stage. Uncertainty in the amount of snow melt and where the heaviest rain will fall is why there is such a variety of solutions in the sources of guidance.

The bottom line, none of the NERFC forecasts are projecting flooding at this time. Some ripening and melting of the snowpack and runoff is expected, although widespread flooding is not anticipated at this time. Rises on area waterways are likely during this timeframe.

It will turn sharply colder Tuesday into Wednesday and continue through the end of the week, which should put a stop to any melting/runoff, and allow river levels to recede. Light to moderate snow amounts are possible Tue night into Wednesday from the Capital Region south and east in NW CT and the mid Hudson Valley.

For details on specific area rivers and lakes, including latest observed and forecast river stages and lake elevations, please visit the Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service /AHPS/ graphs on our website.

ALY WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES. CT . None. NY . Winter Weather Advisory until 8 AM EST Monday for NYZ032-033- 042-082. MA . None. VT . None.

SYNOPSIS . Wasula NEAR TERM . MSE/Wasula SHORT TERM . Wasula LONG TERM . SND/KL AVIATION . Speciale HYDROLOGY . NAS/Wasula


Weather Reporting Stations
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Stations Dist Age Wind Air TempWater Temp WavesPressureDewPt
NPXN6 17 mi52 min Calm 29°F 1029 hPa24°F
ANMN6 - Hudson River Reserve, NY 30 mi52 min SSE 1.9 35°F 1026 hPa20°F
TKPN6 30 mi58 min S 9.9 G 15 35°F 34°F1027.4 hPa19°F
44040 - Western Long Island Sound 48 mi37 min SSW 3.9 G 7.8 40°F 34°F
44022 - Execution Rocks 50 mi22 min SSE 3.9 G 3.9 41°F 32°F35°F

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Airport Reports
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Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County Airport, NY6 mi29 minN 010.00 miFair27°F21°F78%1026.8 hPa
Newburgh / Stewart, NY9 mi37 minWSW 510.00 miMostly Cloudy34°F28°F81%1027.1 hPa
Montgomery, Orange County Airport, NY17 mi28 minN 310.00 miFair21°F18°F88%1027.1 hPa

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Tide / Current Tables for New Hamburg, Hudson River, New York
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Sun -- 03:13 AM EST     Moonset
Sun -- 03:33 AM EST     0.19 feet Low Tide
Sun -- 07:09 AM EST     Sunrise
Sun -- 09:26 AM EST     2.85 feet High Tide
Sun -- 02:35 PM EST     Moonrise
Sun -- 04:10 PM EST     0.30 feet Low Tide
Sun -- 04:25 PM EST     Sunset
Sun -- 09:48 PM EST     2.61 feet High Tide
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Tide / Current Tables for Newburgh, Hudson River, New York
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Sun -- 03:08 AM EST     0.19 feet Low Tide
Sun -- 03:13 AM EST     Moonset
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Sun -- 09:08 AM EST     2.76 feet High Tide
Sun -- 02:36 PM EST     Moonrise
Sun -- 03:45 PM EST     0.30 feet Low Tide
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Sun -- 09:30 PM EST     2.52 feet High Tide
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