Cleveland, ND Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Cleveland, ND

April 23, 2024 2:38 AM CDT (07:38 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:29 AM   Sunset 8:36 PM
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Area Discussion for - Bismarck, ND
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Bismarck ND 1241 AM CDT Tue Apr 23 2024


- Breezy with isolated rain showers tonight.

- After a mild and mainly dry mid week, unsettled pattern develops for the later part of the work week into the weekend.
This will bring daily shower chances with possibly some thunderstorms.

Issued at 1241 AM CDT Tue Apr 23 2024

Breezy winds and isolated rain showers continue in cyclonic flow from an exiting upper low. We are carrying slight chance POPs through most of the night with activity expected to diminish further. Going forecast looks good for the night.

UPDATE Issued at 939 PM CDT Mon Apr 22 2024

The Red Flag Warning and the Wind Advisory have been allowed to expire. Isolated showers continue to drop south over the forecast area from canada, but also continue to dissipate as they move south. There were a few lightning strikes in the northwest late this afternoon, but the threat for thunder has now ended. Updated pops based on latest short term guidance, going from scattered to isolated in nature.

UPDATE Issued at 556 PM CDT Mon Apr 22 2024

Strong west to northwest winds continue across western and central ND. Expect winds to drop off after the 7 PM hour but will remain breezy to windy through the evening. Scattered showers will also help to mix down stronger winds aloft into the early evening. Showers will slowly work their way southward through the evening. No changes to ongoing Wind and Fire Weather Hazards. Updated text product will be sent shortly.

Issued at 345 PM CDT Mon Apr 22 2024

Strong winds and critical fire weather conditions will continue through much of this evening as a clipper system moves through.
Some wind gusts in the west and north central are around 55 MPH.
Regrouped the Wind Advisories to highlight areas with these higher wind gusts. South central and eastern zones in the Wind Advisory are starting to see wind gusts approach 45 MPH and could get as high as 50 mph. These winds combined with low RH will continue the critical fire weather threat into this evening, and a Red Flag Warning remains. See the Fire Weather Discussion below for the latest details. Showers are starting to redevelop across the north closer to the clipper system. There still remains some weak instability in the north and east, with some modest lapse rates. This could result in an isolated thunderstorm through the evening. The inverted v soundings in these areas could provide for a few higher wind gusts near these showers or thunderstorms. Showers could then linger through tonight, while winds ease below advisory criteria. Low temperatures will be in the lower 30s to lower 40s. As the clipper moves east low clouds could linger across the area as well.

Showers dissipated by Tuesday morning, although low clouds may linger through the morning. Breezy to perhaps windy northwest winds could linger, especially across the southeast. Slightly cooler temperatures will be found on Tuesday, mainly in the 50s.
Warm westerly flow aloft, with a surface gradient bringing breezy southerly, looks to be found Wednesday. Look for mild temperatures in the 60s to perhaps lower 70s. Further warming and breezy southerly winds then continues for Thursday with many areas seeing high temperatures in the 70s. A broad trough pattern and developing surface low could bring some showers and perhaps a few thunderstorms later in the day Thursday through Thursday night.

This unsettled pattern still looks to remain through the weekend.
Overall temperatures still look to remain seasonable with overnight lows near to above freezing. The highest NBM PoPs in the forecast are currently on Friday, although slight to chance pops remain through the weekend. A few thunderstorms are possible Friday, with minimal chances through the weekend.

Issued at 1241 AM CDT Tue Apr 23 2024

Overall VFR conditions through the period, with the exception of intermittent MVFR ceilings at KMOT and potentially KJMS through 12Z. West to northwest winds will stay breezy through the night and into Tuesday before becoming more northerly and diminishing to under 10 knots by 00Z. Expect mostly clear skies by late afternoon on Tuesday.


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KJMS JAMESTOWN RGNL,ND 23 sm42 minWNW 1510 smMostly Cloudy46°F37°F71%29.62
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