Monday, October 7, 2013

Monday Afternoon Forecast

Discussion: Cold front continues to move through the NE region in the later part of the day bringing periods of rain and localized thunderstorms starting around 6pm. Heavy winds are also expected with the frontal passage as the divergence column associated with the outbound flow of the storm is bringing a much greater low than in previous weeks. Rainfall expected to reach 1in. A Small Craft Advisory is now in effect for the Western part of the Long Island Sound as well as the Southern Bay Area with wind sustained at 15-20kts with gusts up to 35kt. A Coastal Floor Advisory is surely expected in low-lying areas.
Small Craft Advisory Until Tuesday Oct. 8th @ 6UTC (2am EST)
NWS Upton Advisory Page
Monday AfternoonMonday Evening

Rain expected in the later part of the day with thunder possible. High of 76F. Winds S sustained at 15mph with gusts up to 25.Rain expected to continue into the early evening as a rumble of thunder is expected. Low of 54F. Winds starting S at 15 then moving WNW at 5 after the frontal passage.
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Sunny and cooler. High of 65F. Winds N at 10-15mph.  Clear and calm. Low of 53F. Light NE wind at 5pmh. Sunny and mild. High of 63F. Winds NE at 10mph. Clear and calm. Low of 52F. Winds light and variable.

Forecaster: Kyle Carpenter

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