Beecher Falls, VT Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Beecher Falls, VT

April 12, 2024 5:23 PM EDT (21:23 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 5:59 AM   Sunset 7:31 PM
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Area Discussion for - Caribou, ME
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FXUS61 KCAR 122007 AFDCAR

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Caribou ME 407 PM EDT Fri Apr 12 2024

SYNOPSIS
Strong low pressure will track to the west today followed by a cold front on Saturday. The low will dissipate to our north on Sunday. High pressure builds in early next week and remains over the area into midweek.

NEAR TERM /THROUGH SATURDAY/
Heavy rainfall with an occluded front will continue to move across northern and eastern Maine this evening, but should be mostly out of the forecast area late this evening as the dry slot arrives. The heaviest remaining rainfall will be in Washington County where up to an additional inch of rain is possible. Flooding is not expected. Although rivers are still rising in Piscataquis County, do not expect to see rises beyond action stage.

Winds will continue with the occlusion into the evening. Peak winds in Hancock County were measured at 53 mph at Blue Hill and Trenton today, but we do not expect these readings to be exceeded for the remaining duration of the Wind Advisory. The advisory ends at 8 pm.

Winds will stay fairly strong tonight into Saturday with 30 to 35 mph gusts. These winds will minimize fog in the warm/moist air behind the occlusion tonight. However, remaining moisture will ensure coverage of low clouds across the area tonight into the morning. It will be a unseasonably mild night with lows only dropping to the low to mid 40s.

In spite of clouds, temperatures will rise back into the 50s and even the low 60s on Saturday. Onshore flow will keep highs only in the lower 50s near the coast, but much of northern Aroostook County may see readings in the low to mid 60s. Dew points in the 50s will exit the area tonight and slowly drop on Saturday as drier air slowly works into the area.

An upper trough and surface cold front will move through the area Saturday afternoon with showers. The warm boundary layer and cold air aloft will likely generate some surface instability. The best lift appears to be east of the forecast area, but some fairly heavy showers will be possible. The low freezing level makes graupel a decent possibility. Cannot rule out an isolated thunderstorm either, but confidence is not high enough to include in the forecast right now.

SHORT TERM /SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY/
Rain showers will mostly come to an end Saturday evening with the loss of daytime heating. However, cannot rule out a rain shower or two across the Far North through the night. Winds will also diminish as the pressure gradient weakens. Low temperatures will be a bit cooler Saturday night, mainly in the mid to upper 30s. A dry day is forecast for Sunday with at least partial sunshine. Highs will range from the upper 40s in the North Woods and at the immediate coast to the upper 50s near Bangor.

A weak system will pass south of the region late Sunday night into Monday. This will bring the threat of some rain showers, with a few snow showers mixed in on Katahdin. Not much QPF with this system, less than one-tenth of an inch. Lows Sunday night will be in the 30s to lower 40s. Ridging begins to build in for Monday, with clearing skies. Highs on Monday will mostly be in the 50s, possibly near 60 degrees around Bangor.

LONG TERM /MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY/
Ridging will remain in place through at least Wednesday. This will mean dry conditions and relatively large diurnal swings in temperature. Went above NBM guidance for highs Tuesday and Wednesday, and below guidance for dew points. Thereafter, models disagree on the handling of a system approaching from the Great Lakes. The GFS brings the system in two pieces, with the first one bringing some light rain Wednesday night and Thursday. The CMC and ECMWF keep the system in one piece and hold off any precipitation until at least Friday. Given the differences, leaned on NBM PoPs from Wednesday night onward, and capped PoPs at chance.

AVIATION /19Z FRIDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY/
NEAR TERM: IFR cigs and tempo IFR vis in heavy rainfall will continue tonight. LLWS has been reported by literally dozens of PIREPS in the area today and will continue well into the night.
Cigs will tend to lift towards MVFR early Saturday and trend to VFR by afternoon. Winds will still be rather strong tonight into Saturday from the southeast. After the strongest gusts over 40 kt decrease by this evening, gusts to 30 kt will remain possible all night and through Saturday.

SHORT TERM:

Sat night & Sun: VFR Downeast, and MVFR gradually improving to VFR at the northern terminals. Wind shifting west 5 to 15 knots, increasing to 10-20 kts Sunday.

Sun night: Predominately VFR, but MVFR possible in any scattered rain showers. West wind around 5 kts.

Mon: Brief MVFR possible early AM at northern terminals with an isolated rain shower. Otherwise VFR. West winds 5-10 kts, gusting to 20 kts.

Mon Night & Tue: VFR. West wind 5-10 kts Mon Night, increasing to 10-15 kts Tue with gusts 20-25 kts.

Tue Night-Wed: VFR. NW winds 5-10 kts Tue Night, becoming NE Wed.

MARINE
NEAR TERM: Will maintain the Gale Warning into the evening and expect to transition to a Small Craft Advisory into Saturday evening or later. Winds will peak late this afternoon. Seas will peak this evening and slowly diminish tonight into Saturday.

SHORT TERM: Seas will remain above Small Craft Advisory criteria on the outer waters through Sunday night despite gradually subsiding. Wave heights up to 10 feet Saturday evening on the outer waters will subside to around 5 feet Sunday night.
Seas then remain borderline SCA levels on Monday on the outer waters before subsiding below SCA by Tuesday morning. Seas remain close to SCA levels on the intra-coastal waters before subsiding on Sunday. Winds remain below SCA criteria on all waters this weekend into next week.

CAR WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
ME...Wind Advisory until 8 PM EDT this evening for MEZ015>017-029- 030.
MARINE...Gale Warning until 9 PM EDT this evening for ANZ050>052.




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CYQB QUEBEC/JEAN LESAGE INTL,CN 10 sm23 minE 19G2630 smMostly Cloudy57°F54°F88%29.28
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Tide / Current for Bassin De La Rivi?re St-Charles, Quebec
   
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Bassin De La Rivi?re St-Charles, Quebec, Tide feet



Tide / Current for Montmorency, Quebec
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Montmorency
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Fri -- 04:08 AM EDT     0.49 meters Low Tide
Fri -- 06:01 AM EDT     Sunrise
Fri -- 07:55 AM EDT     Moonrise
Fri -- 09:20 AM EDT     5.13 meters High Tide
Fri -- 05:13 PM EDT     0.44 meters Low Tide
Fri -- 07:29 PM EDT     Sunset
Fri -- 10:04 PM EDT     4.09 meters High Tide
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Montmorency, Quebec, Tide feet
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