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|Sunrise 5:47AM||Sunset 8:30PM||Monday August 2, 2021 3:11 AM EDT (07:11 UTC)||Moonrise 12:00AM||Moonset 3:02PM||Illumination 35%|
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Burlington VT 306 AM EDT Mon Aug 2 2021
SYNOPSIS. Scattered rain showers overnight will come to end towards daybreak as surface low pressure pulls east of the North Country. Clouds this morning will decrease throughout the day with high temperatures in the low to mid 70s. Drier and warmer weather returns towards the latter half of the week.
NEAR TERM /THROUGH TUESDAY/. As of 154 AM EDT Monday . The Flash Flood Watch has been cancelled. The heaviest precipitation skirted our region just to the south this evening, with rainfall amounts over the past 6 hours across the former watch area generally in the 0.50-1.50 inch range. The surface low is currently just to our south while the upper trough swings in across Lake Ontario. As a result, we're already starting to see precipitation redevelop over the northern Adirondacks. This trend will continue through much of the overnight, especially over the northern portions of our forecast area. None of this rain is expected to be particularly heavy, though brief downpours will be possible. And since the bulk of the activity will be concentrated in the north, have cancelled the Flash Flood Watch. Otherwise the forecast is in good shape and no other changes were needed.
Previous discussion . Low pressure system will track across the area overnight, then off to our northeast by morning. There continues to be potential for heavy rain this evening and overnight as the low tracks overhead and storm vectors continue to show potential for training storms as mean layer winds continue to be out of the southwest which is pretty much parallel with the surface boundary. So far the heaviest rain has remained to our south today. As low crosses the region, area of precipitation will expand in the next hour or so, then push eastward and move out of our area by about 05z. Some showers will linger behind the low in what will then be northwesterly flow in it's wake, but precipitation will remain showery and light. Because of recent heavy rainfall in Southern Vermont, there is concern that further heavy rainfall could lead to flash flooding in that area. Therefore flash flood watch continues for Rutland, Windsor and Orange Counties through early Monday morning. Isolated to scattered flash flooding is possible, but will largely be dependent on whether or not we end up having training storms. Precipitation will come to an end by Monday night as ridge of surface high pressure builds into our area from the south and west. The high pressure ridge will remain over our area Monday night, with quiet weather anticipated. Precipitation totals will range from a few tenths of an inch to about an inch and a quarter across southern Vermont.
SHORT TERM /TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY/. As of 306 AM EDT Monday . Quiet weather remains in the forecast for Tuesday night into Wednesday with high pressure at the surface bridged aloft by lingering, though rather non-descript and weak upper troughing aloft. With ample dry air in place through the mid levels and a lack of synoptic forcing for lift, partly cloudy to mostly clear skies should be the rule with no precipitation expected. Temperatures to run near seasonable early August levels with lows in the 50s, and highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s.
LONG TERM /WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY/. As of 306 AM EDT Monday . Have run with mainly a persistence forecast by late week into next weekend as models have maintained general consistency with a few caveats. The main wx features of note will be a semi-stationary frontal zone lingering off the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic seaboard, weakening upper troughing slowly progressing east from the Great Lakes and mean south/southwesterly tropospheric flow in between these features across inland portions of the Mid Atlantic into northern New England. As such, I'll maintain generally dry weather until next weekend when the combination of some instability and the potential for a weak front draws near. This morning's Euro run continues to show some interaction of the upper trough and offshore front across our area on Friday with a higher threat of showers, but it has been trending toward the the other globals, and for now have discounted its idea. Temperatures will feel more summery through the period with daily highs from the upper 70s to mid 80s and overnight lows generally in the 55 to 65 range. However, no excessive heat or humidity are expected at this point.
AVIATION /07Z MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY/. Through 06Z Tuesday . Highly variable aviation conditions across the airspace tonight with flight categories ranging from VFR to LIFR. An area of showers persists over northern Vermont terminals at this hour as it slowly shifts to the north and east. Low stratus/fog has developed intermittently at all terminals. This should impact all terminals with mainly IFR/LIFR conditions after 08z. After daybreak, ceilings/visbilities will lift to MVFR with VFR conditiions at all terminals after 16z. Winds will be light and variable tonight with N/NW winds around 5 to 10 kt tomorrow afternoon.
Tuesday: VFR. NO SIG WX. Tuesday Night: VFR. NO SIG WX. Wednesday: VFR. NO SIG WX. Wednesday Night: VFR. NO SIG WX. Thursday: VFR. NO SIG WX. Thursday Night: VFR. Chance SHRA. Friday: VFR. Chance SHRA.
BTV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES. VT . None. NY . None.
SYNOPSIS . Neiles NEAR TERM . LaRocca/Neiles SHORT TERM . JMG LONG TERM . JMG AVIATION . LaRocca
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|OBGN6 - 8311030 - Ogdensburg, NY||49 mi||54 min||60°F||68°F||1011.7 hPa|
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|Massena, Massena International-Richards Field, NY||59 mi||19 min||N 0||10.00 mi||Overcast||58°F||56°F||93%||1011.8 hPa|
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