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Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Beecher Falls, VT

June 14, 2024 9:33 AM EDT (13:33 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 4:48 AM   Sunset 8:42 PM
Moonrise 1:06 PM   Moonset 1:09 AM 
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Area Discussion for - Caribou, ME
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FXUS61 KCAR 141025 AFDCAR

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Caribou ME 625 AM EDT Fri Jun 14 2024

SYNOPSIS
A cold front will cross the area today followed by high pressure Saturday into Sunday. High pressure will shift south of the area on Monday. The area will remain under the influence of high pressure through later next week.

NEAR TERM /THROUGH SATURDAY/
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Just minor adjustments to hourly temperatures/dew points at this hour, otherwise no other changes.

previous discussion Surface low will move north through Quebec province today as cold front moves east. Showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop this afternoon in advance of the front. Appears the greatest threat for storms this afternoon will be from about Houlton down through the Bangor region, and then across the upper Penobscot Valley through interior downeast. SREF guidance indicating highest probabilities of 1000J/KG of SB Cape through this corridor. 0 to 6 km shear in the order of 45 to 50 kt will help to support storm organization. Gusty winds and hail continue to main concerns, although precipitable water values in excess of an inch result in the possibility of locally heavy rainfall as well. Activity should begin to wind down by late this afternoon across the north and then by early evening for the Bangor region as the front continues to sink south across the region. Cooler an drier air begins to push in behind the front tonight across northern areas with partial clearing expected. The front will be slower to cross the coast with a few showers lingering there into this evening. Highs today will range from the mid to upper 70s for much of the region away from the coast. Lows tonight will range from the mid 40s to lower 50s tonight and the low to mid 50s for the Bangor region and Downeast.

SHORT TERM /SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT/
Stalled front looks to be far enuf offshore to keep the bulk of the showers over the waters with likely pops running from about MDI up toward Calais at the start of the period. During the morning hours, these showers will continue to shove south and east before winding down in the afternoon. Remainder of the CWA will have cooler and drier air filtering in from Canada with maxes below seasonal norms, albeit just for one day. Skies will start out partly cloudy across the north and cloudy over Downeast on Saturday morning but will be clearing during the day.

Surface high pressure will be building toward the area Saturday night as low pressure rides up into the Maritimes. H8 temps will drop down toward 0C and with clear skies cannot rule out the possibility of patchy frost over deeper sections of the North Woods as mins dip into the middle 30s.

Flow on Sunday backs around to the southwest in the afternoon as sfc high slides south of the area and off of Cape Cod. Skies remain sunny until closer to the evening hours as a weak s/wv rippling thru the upr ridge brings mid-high clouds into the area from the west.

LONG TERM /MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY/
By Monday morning H5 high center will be building over the sern U.S.
per all deterministic and ensemble means. CWA will be on the northern extreme of the ridge axis at the beginning of the long term period with weak waves periodically moving acrs. This looks to bring partly to mostly cloudy skies to the area on Monday and cannot rule out a shower but have not included in fcst at this time. Given the cloud cover and trending cooler for Monday than prior runs, have blended current fcst with NBM temps in the mid-70s to knock temps down by a degree or two with highs topping out right around 80F in the afternoon.

For Tuesday ridge continues to build acrs the ern half of the CONUS with models diverging as to how amplified ridging becomes over the CWA EC brings 594 heights up into nrn Maine with CMC bringing 592 heights. GFS is a little flatter only bringing 588 heights with showers acrs the central and the north. While not totally discounting this soln, will lean more twd EC/CMC with an isold shower possible acrs the St. John Valley in the afternoon.

Ridging only strengthens on Wednesday with EC up to 597 heights, CMC and GFS up to 595 heights acrs the north with little being indicated in the way of s/wvs in the afternoon.

For Thursday ridging begins to flatten as guidance are showing indications of a front dropping south toward the area. Depending on how far south this makes it, clouds and eventual showers could keep north from warming up but not confident enuf to drop maxes into the u80s and not confident enuf to bump as high as NBM with mid 90s over interior Downeast. Hv retained prior fcst with just very minor tweaks at this time.

At this time have kept consistent with heatwave in every sense of the word beginning Tuesday afternoon with very little relief until front comes through at some point Thursday night. Apparent temperatures, or feels like temperature, likely to be in the lower- middle 90s on Tuesday and increasing into the mid-upper 90s to around 100 on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. There will be very little relief from the heat at night with mins in the upper 60s to around 70 Tuesday night through Thursday night. Prepare now for an extended period of hot and humid weather.

AVIATION /10Z FRIDAY THROUGH TUESDAY/
NEAR TERM: VFR conditions expected today. Scattered thunderstorms are expected to impact the terminals this afternoon, especially KHUL and KBGR. Brief MVFR or lower conditions can be expected in any heavier showers and thunderstorms. VFR conditions expected tonight, except MVFR/IFR possible for KBHB in lingering showers.

S to SW wind 10 to 20 kt, becoming NW behind the cold front from north to south. Approximate time of wind shift at KFVE/KCAR/KPQI/KHUL 21z to 23z, KBGR 00z to 02Z, and 06z KBHB.

SHORT TERM: Saturday...Lingering MVFR/IFR at BHB early but improving to VFR by mid-morning. All other terminals VFR. NW 5-15kts.

Saturday night-Tuesday...VFR. NW 5-10kts through Sunday, then light S through Tuesday.

MARINE
NEAR TERM: A Small Craft Advisory remains in effect into this evening for the outer waters for 4 to 6 ft seas.

SHORT TERM: Winds and seas will remain below SCA levels into early next week. Fog may reduce visibilities early Saturday morning but will clear out with cold front moving over the waters quickly.

CAR WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
ME...None.
MARINE...Small Craft Advisory until 11 PM EDT this evening for ANZ050- 051.




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CYQB QUEBEC/JEAN LESAGE INTL,CN 10 sm33 minWSW 1025 smMostly Cloudy66°F63°F88%29.70
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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 -- 01:02 AM EDT     3.33 meters High Tide
Fri -- 01:08 AM EDT     Moonset
Fri -- 01:19 AM EDT     First Quarter
Fri -- 04:49 AM EDT     Sunrise
Fri -- 06:36 AM EDT     1.15 meters Low Tide
Fri -- 01:05 PM EDT     Moonrise
Fri -- 01:19 PM EDT     3.32 meters High Tide
Fri -- 07:42 PM EDT     0.88 meters Low Tide
Fri -- 08:40 PM EDT     Sunset
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Montmorency, Quebec, Tide feet
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