Crown Heights Area, Poughkeepsie, NY, USA
UpdatedMay-26-2017 12:41 

NOAA UPTON/NYC Forecast Discussion

FXUS61 KOKX 261438

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service New York NY
1038 AM EDT Fri May 26 2017

Low pressure tracks off the New England coast today. Weak high
pressure builds in tonight and Saturday, then retreats to the
northeast as a weak wave of low pressure passes near the region
Sunday into Monday. A cold front approaches from the west on
Tuesday, then crosses the area Tuesday night. A series a weak
waves of low pressure will result in unsettled weather for the
middle of next week.


NW flow on backside of departing low has advected drier air into
the region with much of the rain dissipating. Have even noticed
some partial clearing this morning, but heating as we head into
the afternoon helps redevelop stratocu with sky conditions
averaging mostly cloudy.

There will be enough solar heating to kick off scattered showers
today with deep-layered cyclonic flow. Some instability exists
between 5 and 10 kft, but do not expect any lightning as the
CAPE does not extend much above -5C. Any showers will be brief.

High temperatures will be near seasonable levels, ranging from
the 60s across far eastern Long Island and southeast
Connecticut, to the lower and middle 70s elsewhere.


Heights build aloft as the upper low moves out into the
northern Atlantic. Weak high pressure builds in at the surface
tonight into the first half of Saturday, then offshore with a
weak return flow developing Saturday afternoon. There is a
chance of showers late Saturday afternoon, mainly to the north
and west of NYC as a mid level short approaches from the west.

Temperatures will be near seasonable levels with clouds
increasing in the afternoon due to warm advection ahead of the
aforementioned mid level short wave trough.


An unsettled weather pattern will continue through the long term

A weak wave of low pressure will pass south of the region Saturday
night into Sunday, followed by another shortwave late Sunday night
into Monday. With model differences with respect to timing and
placement of these weak waves, will only go chance or slight chance
POPs. The better of the two days for precipitation will be Monday.
An easterly flow will result in mostly cloudy skies for much of
Sunday and Monday.

A broad closed low then slowly tracks from Ontario into western
Quebec from Monday night through Thursday, with shortwaves rotating
around the base of the low from time to time. The timing of these
shortwaves is somewhat difficult this far out, but for now it
appears that most energy will be focused north of the region. As a
result, there is a chance of isolated to scattered showers - mainly
over northern portions of the Tri-state. Also, cannot rule out a
rumble of thunder Tuesday/Tuesday night with the passage of a
surface cold front.

The easterly flow across the region Sunday and Monday will keep
temperatures below normal. Temperatures return to more seasonable
levels Tuesday through Thursday.


Low pres will slowly track NE through the Gulf of ME
today...southeast of Nova Scotia tonight...and then out to sea

MVFR improving to VFR late this morning into this afternoon.
Isolated showers developing late morning into this afternoon.
VFR tonight...with few-sct cigs.

Gusty W/WNW flow developing this afternoon. Peak gusts 20 to 25
kt. Gusts diminishing this evening.

     NY Metro Enhanced Aviation Weather Support...

Detailed information, including hourly TAF wind component forecasts,
can be found at: http:/www.weather.gov/zny/n90

KJFK TAF Comments: Winds generally left of 310 magnetic. 20 to
25 kt gusts this afternoon.

KLGA TAF Comments: Winds generally left of 310 magnetic...but
may waver around 310 magnetic this afternoon/early eve. 20 to
25 kt gusts this afternoon.

KEWR TAF Comments: Winds generally left of 310 magnetic. 20 to
25 kt gusts this afternoon.

The afternoon KEWR haze potential forecast is GREEN...which implies
slant range visibility 7SM or greater outside of cloud.

KTEB TAF Comments: Winds generally left of 310 magnetic...with around
20 kt gusts this afternoon.

KHPN TAF Comments: W/WNW gusts to 20 kt this afternoon.

KISP TAF Comments: W/WNW gusts to 20 kt this afternoon.

.Saturday...MVFR cigs possibly developing in the afternoon.
Afternoon sea breeze
.Saturday Night-Monday...MVFR/IFR possible in showers. E/SE winds.
.Tuesday...Improving to VFR. S/SE winds.


West winds behind departing low pressure and a southerly swell
will keep seas above 5 ft on the ocean waters through tonight.
High pressure then builds across the area saturday with sub-SCA

A light pressure gradient over the region Saturday night-Wednesday
will result in conditions remaining below small craft advisory
levels. Unsettled weather however can still be expected as a series
of weak disturbances move across or near the area waters.


No hydrologic impacts through Sunday afternoon.

Another round of rain is possible from Sunday night into late
Monday. At this time, it appears that average precipitation
amounts will remain below a quarter of an inch. No hydrologic
impact will be experienced from this system.


The combination of high astronomical tides and a southerly swell
will keep water levels within striking distance of minor
coastal flood benchmarks for potentially several high tide
cycles through this weekend into early next week for the more
vulnerable locations. The new moon was yesterday and tide
levels will gradually begin to lower this weekend. However, the
swell will likely inhibit water levels from receding much in the
south shore back bays of western Long Island today with a minor
coastal food episode likely during the higher of the two tide
cycles this evening. Thus, a coastal flood advisory has been
issued for Southern Queens and Southern Nassau counties. A
statement is also in effect for isolated minor coastal flooding
across lower New York Harbor. Elsewhere, the coastlines adjacent
to western Long Island Sound could also come close tonight, but
confidence is low at this time.


NY...Coastal Flood Advisory from 8 PM to 11 PM EDT this evening for
MARINE...Small Craft Advisory for hazardous seas until 6 AM EDT
     Saturday for ANZ350-353-355.



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