Finley Point, MT Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Finley Point, MT

April 23, 2024 12:22 PM MDT (18:22 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:29 AM   Sunset 8:41 PM
Moonrise 7:48 PM   Moonset 5:17 AM 
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FXUS65 KMSO 231811 AFDMSO

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Missoula MT 1211 PM MDT Tue Apr 23 2024

DISCUSSION
Warm and dry conditions remain through tomorrow when isolated thunderstorms will be possible mainly south of I-90 during the afternoon.

Thursday into Friday, temperatures slightly cool as clouds increase. Additionally, each day will be breezy with southwesterly winds.

Ensemble models continue to indicate a sizable trough settling over the western U.S. from Friday through the upcoming weekend, although details remain subject to disagreement. While much of the trough's energy is anticipated to dig into the Great Basin, there's roughly a 60% chance for a mid-level low to form just south of our region, particularly late Friday into early Saturday.
Should this low materialize, widespread precipitation could ensue; otherwise, scattered daily showers are the alternate scenario. Snow levels are currently projected between 5500-6500 feet but may trend lower, around 4500 feet, if a robust closed low passes just south of the region. The potential implication would be impacts on pass-level roads if these lower snow levels come to fruition. Monitoring closed low development and location remains crucial, as they are challenging to forecast accurately at this juncture.

Looking ahead into the first week of May, the pattern favors continued unsettled conditions and opportunities for closed lows, aligning with typical Spring climatology in the Northern Rockies.

AVIATION
Easterly winds have developed across the Northern Rockies and will remain through the afternoon. Compared to the preceding two days, overall wind speeds are anticipated to be lighter today. Projections from the High- Resolution Ensemble Forecast (HRRR) suggest a gradual uptick in high cloud cover from the western direction throughout the day. Winds turns westerly on Wednesday with isolated thunderstorms possible from the Clearwater Mountains, ID into southwest Montana.



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