Pulaski, NY Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Pulaski, NY

April 15, 2024 12:02 PM EDT (16:02 UTC) Change Location
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LOZ045 Mexico Bay To The Saint Lawrence River Along Lake Ontario- 1045 Am Edt Mon Apr 15 2024

Rest of today - Northwest winds 5 to 15 knots becoming southwest. Mostly cloudy late this morning, then becoming partly Sunny. Waves 1 foot or less building to 2 to 4 feet.

Tonight - Southwest winds 5 to 15 knots becoming west. Mainly clear. Waves 2 to 4 feet subsiding to 1 to 3 feet.

Tuesday - West winds 5 to 10 knots becoming southwest. Sunny. Waves 2 feet or less.

Tuesday night - Southwest winds 5 to 15 knots becoming northeast. Mainly clear in the evening, then becoming partly cloudy. Waves 2 feet or less.

Wednesday - Northeast winds 10 to 15 knots becoming east and increasing to 15 to 25 knots. A chance of rain showers during the day, then rain showers likely Wednesday night. Waves 2 feet or less.

Thursday - Southeast winds 15 to 25 knots becoming south and diminishing to 10 to 15 knots. Showers. Waves 2 feet or less.

Friday - South winds 5 to 15 knots becoming southwest. A chance of showers. Waves 1 to 3 feet.

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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Buffalo NY 1102 AM EDT Mon Apr 15 2024

A weak boundary will linger near the Saint Lawrence Valley bringing a few showers to the North Country today. Otherwise, high pressure will build across the region with dry weather that will last through at least Tuesday. Some unsettled weather will return by midweek as a weakening area of broad low pressure moves into the Great Lakes.

Ridging will continue to build into the region this afternoon, keeping a mainly dry forecast intact from the Finger Lakes westward.
Meanwhile, the base of an upper level trough will linger across northern New York. A shortwave rotating southeast through the base of the trough will send a secondary boundary toward the Saint Lawrence Valley. This will keep some scattered showers from time to time through the day, across the eastern Lake Ontario region, with best chances toward the Saint Lawrence Valley and far northern NY closer to the surface boundary. Expect seasonable temperatures with highs lower to mid 50s east of Lake Ontario, and mid 50s to near 60 across western New York, with some lower 60s for the traditional warmer spots.

Upper level trough pushes east into New England tonight making way for ridging surface and aloft to build east across western and northcentral NY. Surface ridge builds right over our area Tuesday, while the axis of an amplifying upper level ridge will slowly slide east from the upper to central Great Lakes during this same timeframe. This will bring a well-deserved period of dry weather and relatively light winds to our region. Airmass will modify some by Tuesday allowing daytime highs to climb into the 60s for many areas south of Lake Ontario, with 50s right along the Lake Ontario shoreline into the eastern Lake Ontario region.

Surface high pressure over Hudson Bay will extend south across the eastern Great Lakes Tuesday night. As this area of high pressure slides east, a weakening low pressure system is expected to slowly move across the Midwest and into the Great Lakes region Wednesday through Thursday. Thereafter, it will be engulfed by a secondary low pressure system over Manitoba, leading to a shallow but stubborn upper level troughing pattern across much of the Northeast.

This will system will ease a pair of warm frontal boundaries through the forecast area from the southwest Tuesday night into Wednesday, followed by a increasingly diffuse cold front late Wednesday night into Thursday morning. While Tuesday night will be dry albeit increasingly cloudy as surface high pressure remains in control over the region, precipitation chances will ramp up from the west Wednesday morning and remain elevated as a slug of GOMEX-based moisture is drawn northward into the system. The main warm frontal boundary is expected to slow, if not completely stall out over the region as it runs up against the strong ridge over New England. This will cause sharply lower precip chances for the far North Country compared to areas south and west. That is, until Thursday when the cold front working in from the west forces the main swath of showers through the region. Slightly better dynamic and instability parameters with this front could bring a few embedded thunderstorms to WNY Wednesday afternoon and evening, though any storms or heavier showers are expected to weaken as they move east. Far western NY is then expected to begin drying out by Thursday evening.

Temperatures through the midweek timeframe will heavily depend on the timing of the frontal passages and precipitation. Tuesday night in particular will feature a wide spread in low temperatures as the primary warm front nears the region, ranging from the upper 40s along the Lake Erie shoreline to the low 30s across the North Country. Thereafter, temperatures should average on the mild side Wednesday through Thursday with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s both days.

A progressive, narrow ridge of high pressure will quickly move into the region Thursday night leading to a brief period of drier weather across the region overnight. By Friday, a larger secondary low pressure system will be in the process of stacking in the vicinity of James Bay. This increasingly positively tilted trough will swing a pair of cold fronts through the region between Friday and Saturday. This will lead to renewed chances for rain showers by the end of the week as well as a day-to-day cooling trend. Drier weather is expected to arrive by Sunday, though a fast-moving shortwave racing ahead of the building ridge over the nation's midsection may bring a few additional showers.

While temperatures are expected to still average above climatological norms Thursday night through Friday night, by Sunday temps are expected to sink a few degrees below normal. Temps may even cool enough Saturday night to support a few wet flakes across the higher terrain east of the lakes.

Other than some passing mid and upper level clouds at times, high pressure will bring VFR conditions for the bulk of the area through the TAF period.

The exception will be across the Lake Ontario region into early afternoon, owed to a lingering surface boundary across the Saint Lawrence Valley that will bring MVFR CIGS, including KART.
There will also be a few passing showers across the North Country as well. CIGS at KART should improve to low VFR this afternoon, then scattered out sometime this evening.

West winds will be 8-12 knots, although there may be some gusts of 15-20 knots this afternoon, with a few gusts to 25 knots not out of the question.

Widespread VFR conditions at the terminals tonight as high pressure builds over the area.


Tuesday...Mainly VFR with a chance of showers late Tuesday night over western NY.
Wednesday and Thursday...MVFR/VFR with showers likely.
Friday...MVFR/VFR with a chance of showers.

High pressure building across the lower Great Lakes will support mainly gentle to moderate breezes on the Lakes, keeping waves 2 feet or less on Lake Erie. However, westerly breezes will be a bit stronger on Lake Ontario today as a boundary slides into the Saint Lawrence Valley tightening up the surface pressure gradient some as the area of high pressure continues to build in from the west. This will cause some choppy conditions, especially across the eastern half of Lake Ontario where conditions will approach Small Craft Advisory criteria. However, current forecast keeps conditions just shy of headline criteria this afternoon into the early evening.

High pressure will further build over the both Lakes for Monday night and Tuesday with mainly light to gentle breezes and no more than some light chop.

Pressure gradient will tighten Tuesday night as strong high pressure ridge remains across eastern NY and New England and an area of low pressure moves from the upper Mississippi Valley eastward into the upper and central Great Lakes. Winds will veer from westerly to easterly on both Lakes and strengthen. This will be especially the case across Lake Ontario where Small Craft Advisories will likely be needed for the mid week timeframe. Easterly flow will produce the highest waves across the western half of Lake Ontario.


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Stations Dist Age Wind Air TempWater Temp WavesinHgDewPt
45215 19 mi36 min 41°F 42°F2 ft
OSGN6 - 9052030 - Oswego, NY 19 mi44 min W 9.9G13 43°F 29.9142°F

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KFZY OSWEGO COUNTY,NY 19 sm55 minW 0810 smOvercast46°F43°F87%29.93
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