North Perry, OH Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for North Perry, OH

April 21, 2024 11:58 PM EDT (03:58 UTC) Change Location
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LEZ147 Expires:202404220815;;158045 Fzus51 Kcle 220116 Nshcle
nearshore marine forecast national weather service cleveland oh 916 pm edt Sun apr 21 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.
lez144>147-220815- the islands to vermilion oh-vermilion to avon point oh- avon point to willowick oh-willowick to geneva-on-the lake oh- 916 pm edt Sun apr 21 2024

Overnight - West winds 5 to 15 knots becoming northwest. Mostly clear. Waves 2 feet or less.

Monday - North winds 10 knots or less becoming west. Sunny. Waves 2 feet or less.

Monday night - Southwest winds 5 to 15 knots becoming south. Partly cloudy in the evening, then becoming mostly cloudy. Waves 2 feet or less.

Tuesday - South winds 15 to 20 knots becoming southwest. A chance of showers in the morning, then showers in the afternoon. Waves 1 to 3 feet building to 2 to 4 feet.
see lake erie open lakes forecast for Wednesday through Friday.
the water temperature off toledo is 58 degrees, off cleveland 49 degrees, and off erie 49 degrees.

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Area Discussion for - Cleveland, OH
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Cleveland OH 918 PM EDT Sun Apr 21 2024

High pressure will persist through Monday night before a low pressure system tracks east through the Great Lakes region on Tuesday. This low will move a warm front north Tuesday morning followed by a cold front Tuesday night. A surface trough will linger over the area on Wednesday before high pressure builds in Thursday.

920 PM...Diurnal cu field has dissipating this evening, setting the stage for clear skies overnight. Only mitigating factor for entirely efficient radiative cooling will be light winds around 5 mph. Otherwise, anticipating temperatures to drop into the low to mid-30s with frost formation likely across much of the area as dew points are currently in the mid to upper 20s. A few spots could drop to or slightly below freezing, but confidence remains low in coverage and thus will keep current headlines as is.

Previous Discussion...With high pressure remaining dominant over the region, the near term period will remain quiet with no precipitation expected. Some lingering clouds this afternoon has kept conditions a bit chillier than initially expected, with most areas only reaching into the low to mid 40s. Looking upstream and in northwest Ohio, skies are clearing and allowing a couple places to reach 50. This clearing trend will continue to push east into the early overnight hours, allowing for mostly clear skies tonight. This will allow for increased radiational cooling and temperatures to drop into the low to mid 30s. With weak winds also expected, there is high confidence in areas of frost forming inland across the area. As a result, a Frost Advisory has been issued for the entire area (excluding the lakeshore zones/counties) from 2-8AM Monday.

On Monday, skies are expected to be partly cloudy allowing for temperatures to climb into the upper 50s to low 60s, which is near the average temperature for this time of year. Monday night lows are expected to be a bit warmer, only dropping into the 40s which will eliminate any additional frost concerns in the immediate future.

A potent shortwave trough embedded in cyclonic W'erly to NW'erly flow aloft approaches our CWA from the Upper Midwest and Upper Great Lakes on Tuesday before advancing generally E'ward across northern OH and NW PA Tuesday night. At the surface, the attendant trough overspreads our region from the north and west, and the cold front is still forecast to sweep generally E'ward through our CWA Tuesday night. Scattered and periodic rain showers are expected due to moist isentropic ascent aloft, ahead of the front, and low-level convergence/associated moist ascent along the front. These lifting mechanisms should release enough elevated instability for the development of isolated thunderstorms Tuesday evening into the predawn hours of Wednesday morning. Behind the front, lake-enhanced rain showers are possible generally southeast of Lake Erie, in/near the snowbelt and amidst a sufficiently-cold/moist low/mid-level atmospheric column and the seeder-feeder process over/downwind of Lake Erie. Daytime highs should reach mainly the upper 50's to mid 60's on Tuesday. Overnight lows are expected to reach the lower to upper 30's in NW PA and the mid 30's to lower 40's in northern OH.
No frost formation is expected due in part to abundant cloud cover and breezy surface winds.

Primarily fair weather and considerable clearing of sky are expected on Wednesday through Wednesday night as a ridge at the surface and aloft builds from the Upper Midwest and vicinity, and is accompanied by stabilizing subsidence. Lingering lake-enhanced rain showers, perhaps mixed with wet snowflakes in the higher terrain of NW PA, are expected to end by midday across NE OH and NW PA as pronounced dry air advection occurs at the surface and aloft. No snow accumulations are expected. Net CAA at the surface and aloft is expected to be accompanied by daytime highs in the 40's to lower 50's on Wednesday and overnight lows in mainly the mid 20's to lower 30's around daybreak Thursday, especially inland from Lake Erie.
Considerable clearing, a weakening synoptic MSLP gradient, and the much drier air mass accompanying the ridge will promote efficient radiational cooling Wednesday night into Thursday morning. At least patchy frost formation is expected inland from Lake Erie.

Fair weather is expected on Thursday through Thursday night as the ridge aloft continues to build from the north-central United States, the core of the attendant surface ridge shifts from the eastern Great Lakes toward New England, and this surface ridge continues to influence our CWA A net low-level WAA regime on the backside of the surface ridge is forecast to contribute to daytime highs reaching the upper 40's to upper 50's on Thursday. Overnight lows should reach mainly the 30's during the wee hours of Friday morning before temperatures moderate slightly toward daybreak as the WAA regime strengthens.

The ridge aloft traverses our region on Friday through Friday night and should then exit slowly E'ward this upcoming weekend.
Simultaneously, one prominent shortwave trough should de-amplify and shift NE'ward from the central and southern Great Plains toward QC and another prominent shortwave trough should amplify as it shifts from near the Pacific NW and northern CA toward the Great Plains. At the surface, our region should reside along the western flank of the aforementioned ridge. However, a warm front will sweep N'ward through our CWA Friday through Friday night and usher-in a warmer and more-humid air mass. The low-level return flow of warm/humid air from the southern Gulf Stream and Gulf of Mexico, between the departing ridge and the troughing generally to our west, will undergo isentropic ascent over our region and release at least weak instability in the process, including elevated instability. This pattern will contribute to the generation of periodic rain showers and thunderstorms this Friday through upcoming weekend. In addition, low-level convergence along weak surface trough axes accompanying the first prominent shortwave trough and more-subtle shortwave troughs, and skirting our region, should also contribute to shower/storm development. Net low-level WAA will contribute to a warming trend, which is expected to include daytime highs reaching mainly the 60's to 70F on Friday and mainly the 70's to lower 80's on Sunday.
Overnight lows should reach the mid 40's to mid 50's around daybreak Saturday and the 50's to lower 60's around daybreak Sunday.

AVIATION /00Z Monday THROUGH Friday/
VFR across the TAF sites with VFR to persist through the TAF period. Diurnal cu is rapidly dissipating with skc expected to arrive at all TAF sites within the next several hours. SKC should then persist through much of the TAF period before high clouds begin to arrive towards the end of the TAF period from the west.

Winds are generally out of the west to northwest this evening, 5 to 10 knots. Winds will become light overnight, 5 knots or less, increasing out of the west to southwest on Monday, 5 to 10 knots.

Outlook...Non-VFR likely in showers/low ceilings late Tuesday. Non- VFR may persist into Wednesday.

A ridge builds E'ward from the Upper Midwest through Monday.
However, a weakening cold front will sweep SE'ward across Lake Erie tonight before dissipating just south and east of the lake by daybreak Monday. SW'erly winds around 10 to 20 knots shift to NW'erly and ease to 10 knots or less by daybreak Monday. On Monday, winds of 10 knots or less become variable in direction.
Waves as large 3 to 6 feet in the far-eastern portion of Lake Erie, including waters from Ripley to Buffalo, and 3 feet or less elsewhere, subside to 2 feet or less basin-wide by daybreak Monday.

Winds become S'erly to SW'erly around 15 to 25 knots on Monday night through Tuesday as the ridge departs generally E'ward and interacts with a cold front approaching from the west. Waves build to as large as 4 to 7 feet and will trend largest in open U.S. waters and Ontario waters where fetch is maximized. Another Small Craft Advisory will be needed. SW'erly winds of 15 to 25 knots veer to NW'erly Tuesday night as the cold front sweeps E'ward across the lake and waves remain as large as 4 to 7 feet. NW'erly to NE'erly winds are expected to ease gradually to about 5 to 15 knots on Wednesday through Wednesday night as another ridge builds from the Upper Midwest. Waves subside to 3 feet or less by nightfall Wednesday evening. The ridge begins to exit slowly E'ward on Thursday through Friday as a warm front approaches Lake Erie from the south-central United States and vicinity.
Winds should remain around 5 to 15 knots and vary between primarily NE'erly and SE'erly. Waves should remain 3 feet or less.

OH...Frost Advisory from 2 AM to 8 AM EDT Monday for OHZ003-006-008- 010-011-013-014-017>023-027>033-036>038-047.
PA...Frost Advisory from 2 AM to 8 AM EDT Monday for PAZ002-003.

Weather Reporting Stations
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Stations Dist Age Wind Air TempWater Temp WavesinHgDewPt
FAIO1 - 9063053 - Fairport, OH 8 mi59 min SSW 8G9.9 43°F 54°F30.0231°F
GELO1 - Geneva on the Lake, OH 10 mi89 min S 4.1G8
ASBO1 20 mi59 min SSW 6G8.9
CNDO1 - 9063063 - Cleveland, OH 32 mi59 min S 1.9G4.1 44°F 53°F30.03
CBLO1 - Conneaut Breakwater Light, OH 34 mi59 min SSE 4.1G5.1
45132 - Port Stanley 44 mi59 min WSW 12G14 44°F 43°F2 ft30.05

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KLNN LAKE COUNTY EXECUTIVE,OH 16 sm23 mincalm10 smClear37°F28°F70%30.07
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