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FXUS61 KBOX 222108
AFDBOX

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
407 PM EST SAT NOV 22 2014

.SYNOPSIS... 

A SIGNIFICANT WARM UP IS ON TAP SUNDAY AND ESPECIALLY MONDAY...BUT 
WITH A PERIOD OF RAIN SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING. QUIET AND 
MILD TUESDAY. STORM SYSTEM ANTICIPATED WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY 
MORNING. GRADUALLY TURNING COLDER INTO THE WEEKEND. 

&&

.NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 AM SUNDAY MORNING/...

405 PM UPDATE...

WEAK SHORTWAVE AND MID LEVEL MOISTURE WORKS ACROSS THE REGION 
TONIGHT.  LOW LEVELS OF THE ATMOSPHERE ARE QUITE DRY...BUT SHORTWAVE 
SHOULD GENERATE ENOUGH MID LEVEL LIFT FOR SOME LIGHT/SPOTTY 
PRECIPITATION TONIGHT.  WE ARE MAINLY JUST LOOKING AT A FEW LIGHT 
RAIN SHOWERS FROM TIME TO TIME AND NOT EVEN CLOSE TO A WASHOUT.  
THERMAL PROFILES ARE WAY TOO WARM TO SUPPORT SNOW.  THE MAIN CONCERN 
IS FOR LOW LEVEL COLD AIR TRAPPED ACROSS THE INTERIOR HIGH TERRAIN.  
HOWEVER...THIS IS NOT AN IDEAL SETUP SINCE THERE IS A STRONG LOW 
LEVEL JET JUST OFF THE DECK.  THIS WILL PREVENT MUCH OF THE REGION 
FROM DECOUPLING AND ALSO ALLOW SOME MILDER AIR ALOFT TO PERHAPS MIX 
DOWN A BIT.

GIVEN THE ABOVE REASONING...DID NOT ISSUE A FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY 
WITH THIS PACKAGE.  HOWEVER...STILL COULD BE SOME ISOLATED POCKETS 
OF SPOTTY LIGHT FREEZING RAIN ACROSS THE INTERIOR HIGH TERRAIN WITH 
THE COLD GROUND AND DRY AIR IN PLACE.  WILL CONTINUE WITH THE 
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT.  LATER SHIFTS WILL HAVE TO MONITOR IN 
CASE TEMPS DROP OFF FASTER THAN EXPECTED AND THE NEED ARISES FOR A 
SHORT FUSED FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY.

LOW TEMPS MAY BOTTOM OUT NEAR OR JUST BELOW FREEZING ACROSS PORTIONS 
OF THE INTERIOR HIGH TERRAIN THIS EVENING...BUT THEN GRADUALLY RISE 
OVERNIGHT. TEMPS SHOULD REMAIN ABOVE FREEZING ALL NIGHT ACROSS 
EASTERN MA AND RHODE ISLAND.  IN FACT...THEY WILL LIKELY REMAIN IN 
THE 40S ACROSS THE CAPE/ISLANDS WITH SOUTHWEST WINDS BLOWING OFF THE 
OCEAN.  IT WILL ALSO BE GUSTY ALONG THE COASTAL PLAIN AS SOME OF THE 
LOW LEVEL JET WILL CONTINUE MIX DOWN.

&&

.SHORT TERM /6 AM SUNDAY MORNING THROUGH MONDAY/...

***BRIEF PERIOD OF HEAVY RAIN VERY LATE SUN NIGHT/MON MORNING 
  IMPACTING THE AM RUSH HOUR***

SUNDAY...

THE SHORTWAVE SHOULD EXIT THE REGION AND RESULT IN MID LEVEL DRYING. 
THIS WILL RESULT IN AT LEAST PARTLY SUNNY SKIES AND MUCH MILDER 
TEMPS. 850 MB TEMPS AROUND +5C SHOULD ALLOW HIGH TEMPS TO RECOVER 
INTO THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 50S AND LEANED TOWARD THE WARMER GUIDANCE.  
GIVEN MID LEVEL TEMPS ARE PRETTY MILD...WOULD NOT BE SHOCKED IF THE 
NEXT SHIFT NEEDS TO INCREASE HIGHS A FEW MORE DEGREES.  GUIDANCE 
SEEMS A BIT COOL CONSIDERING THOSE FACTORS.

SUNDAY NIGHT AND MONDAY...

DRY WEATHER EXPECTED THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING.  STRONG LOW PRESSURE 
WILL THEN BE PASSING WELL TO OUR WEST ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES VERY 
LATE SUN NIGHT INTO MON MORNING.  THE WILL CAUSE A STRONG LOW LEVEL 
JET TO DEVELOP ALONG WITH PLENTY OF MOISTURE.  GEFS IS SHOWING THAT 
PWATS INCREASE TO AT LEAST 3 STANDARD DEVIATIONS ABOVE NORMAL.  
EXPECT RAIN TO DEVELOP AFTER MIDNIGHT AND CONTINUE INTO MONDAY 
MORNING.  WITH STRONG FORCING AND HIGH PWATS IN PLACE...BRIEF HEAVY 
RAIN IS EXPECTED BUT FORTUNATELY SYSTEM IS FAIRLY PROGRESSIVE.  
EXPECT MOST RAINFALL AMOUNTS TO BE IN THE ONE HALF TO 1 INCH 
TERRITORY ALTHOUGH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS ARE POSSIBLE.  NOT TOO 
CONCERNED ABOUT FLOODING...BUT SOME MINOR POOR DRAINAGE ISSUES ARE 
POSSIBLE AND THIS WILL COINCIDE WITH THE MONDAY MORNING RUSH HOUR.  
THERE ALSO IS A LOW RISK FOR AN ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM OR TWO ACROSS 
THE SOUTHEAST NEW ENGLAND COAST.

THE OTHER CONCERN IS POTENTIAL FOR WINDS ON MONDAY.  WE COULD SEE 
SOUTH SOUTHEAST WIND GUSTS OF 30 TO 40 MPH DEVELOP ACROSS THE 
SOUTHEAST NEW ENGLAND COAST TOWARDS 12Z MONDAY...BUT INVERSION 
SHOULD KEEP THE STRONGEST WINDS JUST ABOVE OUR HEADS.  THE ONE FLY 
IN THE OINTMENT IS IF WE CAN GENERATE A LITTLE FINE LINE THAT COULD 
ALLOW FOR A FEW LOCATIONS TO BRIEFLY TOUCH WIND ADVISORY CRITERIA 
ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST NEW ENGLAND COAST MONDAY MORNING.

BULK OF THE RAIN IS OVER BY MON AFTERNOON...BUT A FEW LEFT OVER SPOT 
SHOWERS ARE POSSIBLE.  GUIDANCE APPEARS TOO COOL FOR HIGHS GIVEN 850 
MB TEMPS REMAINING AROUND +10C.  SHOULD SEE HIGHS CLIMB WELL INTO 
THE 60S IN MANY LOCATIONS.  NOT OUT OF THE QUESTION THAT SOME 
LOCALES APPROACH 70 IF WE CAN MUSTER A FEW PEEKS OF SUN.  GUSTY 
SOUTHWEST WINDS POSSIBLE...ESPECIALLY IF WE CAN MIX OUT A BIT.

&&

.LONG TERM /MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY/...

*/ HIGHLIGHTS...

- DRY AND MILD AROUND TUESDAY  
- STORM SYSTEM ANTICIPATED WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY MORNING 
- GRADUALLY TURNING COLDER INTO THE FOLLOWING WEEKEND

*/ OVERVIEW AND MODEL CONSENSUS...

ECHO SIMILAR SENTIMENTS PER WPC: MEANINGFUL SHORT-WAVE DIFFERENCES 
LEND TO LOW CONFIDENCE...SIGNIFICANT SPREAD DOWNSTREAM OF PACIFIC-
ORIGIN ENERGY LEND TO FORECAST UNCERTAINTY. WITH UPSTREAM ISSUES IN 
HANDLING PACIFIC ENERGY...IT IS DIFFICULT TO RESOLVE DETAILS OFF THE 
E-COAST AND WE MAY NOT KNOW THE TRUE IMPACTS / OUTCOMES UNTIL WE GET 
WITHIN 2-3 DAYS OF THE TIMEFRAME. 

HAVE ONLY A MODEST CONFIDENCE IN THE FORECAST...BELOW-AVERAGE 
PREDICTABILITY. STILL BELIEVE THAT THE STORM ITSELF WILL REMAIN ON 
THE W-SIDE OF THE ENVELOPE OF MODEL SOLUTIONS /AGREED UPON BY WPC/ 
IN THE VICINITY OF THE 40N / 70W BENCHMARK SO DO NOT PREFER A DRY 
OUTCOME. 

CONSIDER OVER THE PAST COUPLE OF MONTHS ANOMALOUSLY WARM CONDITIONS 
HAVE PREVAILED S OF NOVA SCOTIA. LATELY THE TREND HAS BEEN COLD AIR 
SURGING S THROUGH THE C-CONUS TO THE GULF WITH NEW ENGLAND AVERAGING 
WITHIN THE E-PERIPHERY OF THE BROADER TROUGH. FEEL TREND CONTINUES 
WITH THIS FORECAST. LACK OF ARCTIC AIR INTO THE REGION...BELIEVE 
RIDGING OVER THE W-ATLANTIC WILL KEEP THE BULK OF SYNOPTICS ACROSS 
OUR REGION. 

SO FROM MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY NIGHT...

DRY FORECAST. BLUSTERY W/SW FLOW ACROSS THE WATERS / SHORES WITH THE 
WARMER OCEAN. OVER THE INTERIOR DURING THE DAY TUESDAY AS MOSTLY 
CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS ALLOW FOR BOUNDARY-LAYER MIXING UP 
TO H9. GUSTS OF AROUND 30 TO 35 MPH... STRONGEST OVER THE SHORES AND 
ADJACENT WATERS. WILL REMAIN MILD BENEATH THE SW-FLOW. HIGHS TO NEAR-
60S AS A WARMER AIRMASS LINGERS ALOFT. 

NOW AS TO THE STORM...

SYNOPTICALLY...SERIES OF PACIFIC WAVES INVOKE / MAINTAIN A H5 OPEN-
WAVE TROUGH STRETCHING S INTO THE GULF. NO UPSTREAM BLOCKING WITH 
TELECONNECTIONS OF +AO/+NAO INDICATING A PROGRESSIVE FLOW OF MID-
LEVEL IMPULSES. INTERACTING WITH THE OFFSHORE SW-NE FRONTAL BOUNDARY-
BAROCLINIC ZONE AS IT BECOMES NEGATIVELY-TILTED RESULTS IN DEEPENING 
SFC-H85 LOW PRESSURE UP ALONG THE W-ATLANTIC PASSING WITHIN VICINITY 
OF THE 40N / 70W BENCH-MARK AROUND MIDNIGHT THURSDAY UP AGAINST AN 
INTERIOR REGION LACKING OF CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE / ARCTIC AIR.

INITIALLY...BAROCLINIC LEAF / OVER-RUNNING PATTERN OF BROADSCALE 
ASCENT YIELDS TOP-DOWN MOISTENING OF MID- TO LOW-LEVELS DYNAMICALLY 
COOLING TOWARDS EVENING SETTING UP THE ENVIRONMENT AHEAD OF THE MAIN 
STORM. UNDERCUTTING MARGINALLY COLD AIR AIDED BY SURFACE N/NE-FLOW 
WITH W/NW AGEOSTROPHIC FLOW OF INTERIOR ORIGIN LOOK TO KEEP THE N/W 
INTERIOR AROUND THE FREEZING MARK...MILD ACROSS THE COASTAL PLAIN. 
THERMAL FIELDS DIFFICULT TO DIAGNOSE WITH FORECAST UNCERTAINTY. KEY 
IS THE TRACK AND LOCATION OF H85 LOW / H925 < -2C. WHILE LIKELY TO 
SEE LOWER DEWPOINTS AND DRIER AIR N/W...ANOTHER KEY TO THE FORECAST 
TO THE TOP-DOWN MOISTENING IS WETBULBING AT THE SURFACE. 

AROUND MIDNIGHT THURSDAY INTO THURSDAY MORNING...SURFACE LOW LOOKS 
TO TRACK WITHIN THE VICINITY OF 40N / 70W BENCHMARK. UNCERTAIN AS TO 
DEPTH / STRENGTH / EXACT TRACK. EXPECT STRONG DEEP-LAYER ASCENT BUT 
FEEL BEST MOISTURE WILL BE E OF THE LOW WITHIN THE ANTI-CYCLONIC 
BRANCH OF THE WARM-CONVEYOR-BELT /WCB/. THOUGH FORCING THROUGH A 
MOIST DENDRITIC GROWTH ZONE NW OF THE H85 LOW BENEATH THE RRQ OF THE 
UPPER-LEVEL-JET...HEAVIEST PRECIPITATION LOOKS TO REMAIN E/NE WITH 
THE LACK OF A STRONG H7 CLOSED LOW AND LITTLE EVIDENCE OF BANDING 
NOR -EPV /CYCLONIC BRANCH OF THE WCB LACKING/. COLD AIR CONTINUES TO 
UNDERCUT BUT MARGINAL /AROUND UPPER-20S TO LOW-30S/. NO NEIGHBORING 
ARCTIC AIRMASS IN PLACE. WETBULBING LIKELY CONTINUES. SNOWS N/W OF 
THE H85 LOW WITH RAIN ELSEWHERE. REMAIN UNCERTAIN AS TO AMOUNTS / 
HEADLINES AS MODEL RUNS /WHILE PERSISTENT/ CONTINUE TO WOBBLE WITH 
THE LOW AND POTENTIAL OUTCOMES. ACTIVITY CONCLUDING THANKSGIVING DAY 
MORNING REARWARD OF WHICH SOME STRONG SW-FLOW IS POSSIBLE. SEE THE 
ADDITIONAL DETAILS BELOW:

SNOWS / HEAVY RAIN...HIGHEST CONFIDENCE ACROSS THE N/W INTERIOR FOR 
SNOW WITH HEAVY RAIN OVER SE MA...BUT STILL A LOT OF UNCERTAINTY AS 
HIGHLIGHTED IN THE DISCUSSION ABOVE. NOT EVEN DOES CIPS ANALOGS 
PROVIDE SIGNIFICANT CONFIDENCE...AND WITH THE WOBBLING OF MODEL 
SOLUTIONS CONCERNING THE TRACK / STRENGTH OF THE LOW...IT IS ANYONES 
GUESS AS TO SNOWFALL AMOUNTS. 

WINDS...SOME CONCERN DEPENDING THE DEPTH OF THE LOW. NE-FLOW AHEAD 
OF THE LOW WILL BE STRONG...BUT SOME CONCERN AFTER THE LOW PASSES 
WITH SW-FLOW IMPACTING THE S-CAOST. LIKELY TO BE AN ACCOMPANYING 
STRONG LOW-LEVEL-JET. WITH THE 22.12Z GFS...CIPS ANALOGS HAVE A 
ROBUST CONFIDENCE OVER SE NEW ENGLAND /MAINLY THE CAPE AND ISLANDS/ 
FOR GUSTS EXCEEDING 35 MPH...POSSIBLY 40 MPH. BEARS MONITORING. 

COASTAL FLOODING...INCREASING WINDS OUT OF THE NE ALONG E MA INTO 
CAPE COD BAY. A BRIEF SURGE ANTICIPATED AS WINDS INCREASE AHEAD OF 
THE LOW-CENTER PASSAGE AROUND MIDNIGHT THURSDAY. THOUGH HIGH TIDES 
SHORTLY AFTER MIDNIGHT ARE FORECAST TO BE ASTRONOMICALLY LOW /10 FT 
FOR BOSTON/. WITH THE SHORT RESIDENCY TIME...AM NOT ANTICIPATING AT 
THIS TIME MUCH IN THE WAY OF IMPACTS BASED ON THE FORECAST MODEL 
PREFERENCE. 

THANKSGIVING AND BEYOND...

CONTINUED PACIFIC ENERGY ROTATING THROUGH THE BROADER OPEN-WAVE H5 
TROUGH WILL TO NEED TO BE MONITORED AS TO WHETHER MID-LEVEL IMPULSES 
INVOKE ANOTHER OFFSHORE LOW AROUND FRIDAY. ONCE THE H5 TROUGH PUSHES 
THROUGH THE REGION...EXPECT THE RETURN OF BELOW-AVERAGE TEMPERATURES 
USHERED BY NW-FLOW. 

&&

.AVIATION /21Z SATURDAY THROUGH THURSDAY/...
FORECASTER CONFIDENCE LEVELS...

LOW...LESS THAN 30 PERCENT. 
MODERATE...30 TO 60 PERCENT.
HIGH...GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT.

4 PM UPDATE...

SHORT-TERM /THROUGH MONDAY/...

TONIGHT...MODERATE TO HIGH CONFIDENCE.  MID LEVEL CLOUD DECK WITH 
MAINLY VFR CONDITIONS EXPECTED...BUT CAN/T RULE OUT A BRIEF PERIOD 
OF MARGINAL MVFR CONDITIONS IN A FEW SHOWERS.  ISOLATED POCKETS OF 
LIGHT FREEZING RAIN ARE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE DISTANT INTERIOR HIGH 
TERRAIN...BUT NOT EXPECTING IT TO BE WIDESPREAD AS TEMPS ARE 
MARGINAL. GUSTY SOUTHWEST WINDS OF 25 TO 35 KNOTS CONTINUE ACROSS 
THE FAR SOUTHEAST NEW ENGLAND COAST.  ELSEWHERE...AS SURFACE WINDS 
DIMINISH SOME EXPECT LLWS WITH A 40 TO 50 KNOT LOW LEVEL JET OFF THE 
DECK.

SUNDAY...HIGH CONFIDENCE.  VFR CONDITIONS.

SUNDAY NIGHT AND MONDAY...MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  VFR CONDITIONS 
DURING THE EVENING.  EXPECT MVFR-IFR CONDITIONS TO DEVELOP IN RAIN 
WHICH MAY BE BRIEFLY HEAVY AFTER 6Z CONTINUING INTO MONDAY 
MORNING....BEFORE TAPERING TO A FEW LEFT OVER SPOT SHOWERS BY 
AFTERNOON.  LOW RISK OF AN ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM MON AM ALONG THE 
SOUTHEAST NEW ENGLAND COAST.  SOUTHERLY WIND GUSTS OF 25 TO 35 KNOTS 
EXPECTED TO DEVELOP NEAR DAYBREAK MONDAY ON THE COASTAL PLAIN.  LLWS 
WILL ALSO BE A CONCERN.  GUSTY WINDS MAY OVER SPREAD THE REST OF THE 
REGION DURING THE AFTERNOON...ESPECIALLY IF WE CAN MUSTER SOME PEEKS 
OF SUNSHINE ALLOWING BETTER MIXING.

KBOS TERMINAL...HIGH CONFIDENCE. VFR CIGS THROUGH TONIGHT BUT A FEW 
SHOWERS POSSIBLE. SW GUSTS 25-30 KT CONTINUE INTO THE EVENING.  SOME 
LLWS IS ALSO POSSIBLE.

KBDL TERMINAL...HIGH CONFIDENCE. A FEW SHOWERS POSSIBLE TONIGHT BUT 
DO NOT ANTICIPATE ANY -FZRA. LOW PROB FOR BRIEF MVFR CIGS TONIGHT.  
LLWS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP EARLY THIS EVENING.

OUTLOOK...MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY.

MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT...MODERATE CONFIDENCE.

W/SW-FLOW DIMINISHING THROUGH TUESDAY WITH GUSTS OF AROUND 30 KTS 
OVER SE-COASTAL TERMINALS THROUGHOUT MONDAY NIGHT. VFR. 

WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY MORNING...LOW CONFIDENCE.

STORM WILL BRING SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS TO THE TERMINALS. THREATS 
CONSIDERED ARE STRONG WINDS AND THE THREAT OF +RA ALONG THE SHORES 
WITH SNOW SOMEWHERE ACROSS THE INTERIOR. EXACT SPECIFICS UNCERTAIN 
BUT EXPECTING A MIX OF IFR-VLIFR CONDITIONS. HEIGHT OF THE STORM 
WILL BE AROUND MIDNIGHT THURSDAY.



&&

.MARINE...
FORECASTER CONFIDENCE LEVELS...

LOW...LESS THAN 30 PERCENT. 
MODERATE...30 TO 60 PERCENT. 
HIGH...GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT.

SHORT TERM /THROUGH MONDAY/...

TONIGHT...MODERATE TO HIGH CONFIDENCE.  GIVEN STRONG WEST TO 
SOUTHWEST LOW LEVEL AND AIR STILL COLDER THAN THE OCEAN...GALE FORCE 
GUSTS OF 35 TO 40 KNOTS EXPECTED ACROSS MANY OPEN WATERS TONIGHT.  
GALE WARNINGS CONTINUE FOR MOST OPEN WATERS WITH SCA HEADLINES FOR 
BOSTON HARBOR AND NARRAGANSETT BAY.  SEAS BUILD TO 6 TO 10 FEET 
ACROSS THE SOUTHERN WATERS.

SUNDAY...MODERATE TO HIGH CONFIDENCE.  GUSTY SW WINDS 25-30 KT IN 
THE MORNING WILL BE DIMINISHING THROUGH THE AFTERNOON DROPPING BELOW 
SCA DURING AFTERNOON AS LOW LEVEL JET WEAKENS.  LEFT OVER SWELL WILL 
KEEPS SEAS ABOVE SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY THRESHOLDS ACROSS THE SOUTHERN 
WATERS THROUGH THE AFTERNOON.

SUNDAY NIGHT AND MONDAY...MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  WIND WILL REMAIN 
BELOW SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY THRESHOLDS SUNDAY EVENING.  LOW PRESSURE 
WILL THEN LIFT TOWARDS THE GREAT LAKES ALLOWING A STRONG LOW LEVEL 
JET TO DEVELOP VERY LATE SUN NIGHT INTO MON.  THERE WILL BE AN 
INVERSION AND ITS ALWAYS UNCERTAIN AS TO HOW MUCH OF THIS WIND WILL 
BE ABLE TO MIX DOWN.  AT THE VERY LEAST WILL HAVE STRONG SCA TO 
PERHAPS GALE FORCE SOUTHERLY WIND GUSTS VERY LATE SUN NIGHT INTO 
MON.  SEAS WILL LIKELY BUILD TO BETWEEN 10 AND 15 FEET ACROSS THE 
SOUTHERN WATERS WITH VERY LONG FETCH.

OUTLOOK...MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY.

MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY...MODERATE CONFIDENCE.

WINDS TURNING W/SW REMAINING BLUSTERY WITH GUSTS AROUND 30 KTS FOR 
MONDAY NIGHT...RELAXING THROUGH THE DAY TUESDAY THOUGH GUSTS UP TO 
30 KTS EXPECTED. WAVES AROUND 10 FEET ON THE OUTER WATERS EXPECTED 
INITIALLY INTO TUESDAY MORNING...DIMINISHING THEREAFTER.  

WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY...LOW CONFIDENCE.

STORM WILL BRING SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS TO THE WATERS. THREATS 
CONSIDERED ARE GALE-FORCE WINDS AND THE THREAT OF HEAVY RAIN ACROSS 
THE WATERS. EXACT SPECIFICS UNCERTAIN BUT EXPECTING SEAS TO ENHANCE 
AROUND THE STORM CENTER WHICH LOOKS TO PASS IN VICINITY OF THE 40N / 
70W BENCHMARK AROUND MIDNIGHT THURSDAY...VISIBILITIES REDUCED WITH 
HEAVY RAIN.

&&

.BOX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
CT...NONE.
MA...NONE.
NH...NONE.
RI...NONE.
MARINE...GALE WARNING UNTIL 4 AM EST SUNDAY FOR ANZ231-232.
     GALE WARNING UNTIL 3 AM EST SUNDAY FOR ANZ233>235-237-256.
     SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY UNTIL 6 AM EST SUNDAY FOR ANZ230-236-251.
     GALE WARNING UNTIL 6 AM EST SUNDAY FOR ANZ250-254-255.

&&

$$
SYNOPSIS...FRANK/SIPPRELL
NEAR TERM...FRANK
SHORT TERM...FRANK
LONG TERM...SIPPRELL
AVIATION...FRANK/SIPPRELL
MARINE...FRANK/SIPPRELL



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