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Sunrise 6:35AMSunset 8:42PM Monday May 10, 2021 10:38 PM +00 (22:38 UTC) Moonrise 4:03AMMoonset 6:21PM Illumination 1% Phase: New Moon; Moon at 29 days in cycle
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Lubec, ME
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Area Discussion for - Caribou, ME
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FXUS61 KCAR 102211 AFDCAR

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Caribou ME 611 PM EDT Mon May 10 2021

SYNOPSIS. Low pressure will approach tonight and cross the area Tuesday into Tuesday night. The low will slowly exit to the east Wednesday into Thursday. High pressure will build into the area Friday into Saturday.

NEAR TERM /THROUGH TUESDAY/. 6:11 PM Update: Area radars show isolated showers early this evening inland from the coast. The area mesonet indicates just a handful of gages that have observed a hundredth of an inch of rain. Most of the showers will die off this evening with the loss of daytime heating. Given that there is a trough that hangs back across the region a shower will still be possible in spots tonight. Additional showers or what looks to be more of a stratiform rain will likely begin to spread into southern and central portions of the FA toward morning. Made some adjustments to the PoPs for this evening based on the latest radar trends. Otherwise, loaded the past few hours of observed data and interpolated to the ongoing forecast for tonight.

Previous discussion: A deep upper level trough will continue to push into New England through the early part of this week, increasing instability across our forecast area. This increased instability combined with a little moisture continues to provide support for scattered rain showers through the rest of the afternoon. Enough dry air remains aloft to mitigate the threat for thunder. As diurnal heating diminishes past sunset, these connectively- induced showers will taper off. Winds will remain relatively light through the night tonight. Mostly cloudy skies will keep low temperatures mild as most of the region only falls into the low to mid-40s. Light winds and increasing dewpoints ahead of the next feature will allow for patchy fog development, especially in areas which receive rainfall this afternoon, as well as along the coast due to the marine influence.

Another chance for rain will begin to move in from the southeast later tonight, as a shortwave wraps around the upper level trough and crosses our area through the day on Tuesday. Another round of instability along with a surge in moisture will bring more widespread shower activity to the entire forecast area. With more moisture at play, a few rumbles of thunder are possible through the afternoon. High temperatures will be slightly below average with highs in the mid 50s across the forecast area.

SHORT TERM /TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY/. A weak area of low pressure will be crossing the northern part of the area Tuesday evening. A line of surface convergence along with some upper level deformation will support a band of rain across the north early in the evening. The low will then continue to the east overnight as the trailing surface trough pulls to the south bringing scattered showers across the area. Low pressure, both surface and aloft, will be east of the area Wednesday keeping us in a northwesterly flow of air and some wrap around moisture. This will bring a continued chance for scattered showers on Wednesday with a partly to mostly cloudy sky. Clouds will decrease overnight Wednesday night as the trough continues to move away to the northeast. We will remain in northwest flow both surface and aloft on Thursday as the trough well to our northeast continues to move away and a ridge of high pressure begins to build in from the west. A weak disturbance sliding across the area may bring some spotty showers on Thursday. Otherwise, a partly cloudy day is expected with seasonable temperatures.

LONG TERM /THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY/. High pressure building in from the east should bring a mostly clear night Thursday night. Friday will turn out sunny to partly cloudy as a corridor of dry air between the trough to our northeast and the weak ridging to our west builds in. Friday should be mostly sunny with the dry air over the region. A weak disturbance will approach from the northwest on Saturday supporting a very weak surface low off to our west. The upper disturbance combined with the surface weakness may be enough to set off a few showers and isolated thunderstorms Saturday. The chances for showers and some spotty convection will continue into Sunday as the upper disturbance and weak surface low slowly cross the area.

AVIATION /22Z MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY/. NEAR TERM: VFR conditions expected to remain through this evening, with winds 10 knots or less, except briefly gusty in/near any showers. Rain will move in from the southeast late tonight, lowering cigs to MVFR/IFR at BHB and BGR. HUL and PQI may see MVFR cigs by late Tuesday afternoon as the rain spreads north. A few thunderstorms may develop Tuesday afternoon, with thunder most likely at BHB/BGR/HUL. Winds remain light on Tuesday.

SHORT TERM: Tuesday night: MVFR to IFR north north becoming MVFR. VFR Downeast.

Wednesday: MVFR, possibly becoming VFR Downeast. NW winds.

Wednesday night: VFR. NW winds.

Thursday: VFR. W to NW winds.

Thursday night: VFR. NW winds.

Friday: VFR. Light NW winds.

Friday night: VFR. NW winds.

Saturday: VFR. Light NW winds. Possibly lowering to MVFR in any showers.

MARINE. NEAR TERM: Conditions will remain below SCA levels with light winds and seas 3 to 5 ft over the coastal waters. Some patchy fog is possible early Tuesday morning due to the light winds.

SHORT TERM: Winds and seas are expected to remain below SCA through this week. Winds may gust up to 20 kt early Wednesday as a weak surface trough slides across the waters.

CAR WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES. ME . None. MARINE . None.



Near Term . AStrauser/CB Short Term . Bloomer Long Term . Bloomer Aviation . AStrauser/CB/Bloomer Marine . AStrauser/CB/Bloomer


Weather Reporting Stations
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Stations Dist Age Wind Air TempWater Temp WavesPressureDewPt
62150 41 mi99 min SSW 19 53°F 3 ft1004.8 hPa (+2.8)44°F
62144 - North Sea 95 mi99 min S 9.9 51°F 4 ft1004.9 hPa (+2.4)46°F

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Tide / Current Tables for Immingham, England
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Immingham
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Mon -- 12:07 AM BST     1.32 meters Low Tide
Mon -- 05:02 AM BST     Moonrise
Mon -- 05:08 AM BST     Sunrise
Mon -- 06:19 AM BST     6.59 meters High Tide
Mon -- 12:19 PM BST     1.63 meters Low Tide
Mon -- 06:14 PM BST     6.66 meters High Tide
Mon -- 07:22 PM BST     Moonset
Mon -- 08:47 PM BST     Sunset
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1.31.62.53.756.16.66.45.74.53.32.31.71.82.73.95.26.26.66.55.84.63.42.3

Tide / Current Tables for Whitby, England
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Whitby
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Mon -- 04:11 AM BST     5.06 meters High Tide
Mon -- 05:02 AM BST     Moonrise
Mon -- 05:06 AM BST     Sunrise
Mon -- 10:16 AM BST     1.51 meters Low Tide
Mon -- 04:15 PM BST     5.19 meters High Tide
Mon -- 07:26 PM BST     Moonset
Mon -- 08:52 PM BST     Sunset
Mon -- 10:37 PM BST     1.15 meters Low Tide
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