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FZUS52 KMFL 221535 CWFMFL Coastal Waters Forecast for South Florida National Weather Service Miami FL 1035 AM EST Sat Jan 22 2022 Atlantic coastal waters from Jupiter Inlet to Ocean Reef out to 60 nm and Gulf coastal waters from East Cape Sable to Chokoloskee out 20 nm and Chokoloskee to Bonita Beach out 60 nm...including the waters of Biscayne Bay and Lake Okeechobee. Seas are provided as a range of the average height of the highest 1/3 of the waves...along with the occasional height of the average highest 10 percent of the waves. AMZ600-GMZ606-230415- Synopsis for Jupiter Inlet to Ocean Reef FL out to 60 nm and for East Cape Sable to Bonita Beach FL out to 60 nm- 1035 AM EST Sat Jan 22 2022 Plenty of reports across the area show low stratus resulting in MVFR (Marginal Visual Flight Rules) conditions with brief periods of IFR ceilings and visibilities associated with Fog in some of the terminals early this morning. Visibilities should improve as the sun comes out but periods of MVFR (Marginal Visual Flight Rules) ceilings are likely to persist through this evening as front moves across the region with conditions improving overnight and Sunday morning. There is a chance of showers and may be a thunderstorm (uncertainty high with this) this afternoon and evening. Handling it with a vcsh in the forecast and will amend if needed. Light and variable winds early this morning will give way to northerly winds mostly in the 8-12 kts range and gusty at times as the front moves across the region. Any fog lingering around the terminals should dissipate shortly after sunrise. Light and variable winds turn N/NW after 15Z with some showers possible. Although TS is certainly possible, confidence remains low enough to keep it out of the TAFS (Terminal Aerodrome Forecasts) at this time and let upcoming shifts decide. Mainly VFR should prevail, with possible periods of MVFR/IFR with any shower that forms.

Plenty of reports across the area show low stratus resulting in MVFR (Marginal Visual Flight Rules) conditions with brief periods of IFR ceilings and visibilities associated with Fog in some of the terminals early this morning. Visibilities should improve as the sun comes out but periods of MVFR (Marginal Visual Flight Rules) ceilings are likely to persist through this evening as front moves across the region with conditions improving overnight and Sunday morning. There is a chance of showers and may be a thunderstorm (uncertainty high with this) this afternoon and evening. Handling it with a vcsh in the forecast and will amend if needed. Light and variable winds early this morning will give way to northerly winds mostly in the 8-12 kts range and gusty at times as the front moves across the region. Stay connected to the latest marine weather forecasts and charts anywhere you go. Access your favorite forecast locations on your computer, tablet and phone. Download the free Buoyweather mobile app available for iOS and Android. Buoyweather's point-based marine weather forecasting system empowers users to make informed decisions about their offshore navigation and recreation. Use Buoyweather to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience on the water. Professional Meteorologist Forecasts include a detailed wind forecast, or briefing, by a WeatherFlow meteorologist. Bullet points detail areas of interest or concerns that the meteorologist has that could impact the winds for the day. In contrast to the Computer Forecast Table, which was produced solely by a computer, the Pro Forecast forecast table was handcrafted by the meteorologist and reflects his or her expertise and local knowledge. The Pro Forecasts also include an Extended Discussion which provides a forecast for the upcoming conditions for the region over the next three days. 1. NHC NAVTEX Marine Forecast (New Orleans, LA) 000 FZNT27 KNHC 281422 OFFN06 NAVTEX MARINE FORECAST NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL 1022 AM EDT SUN JUN 28 2015 ...PLEASE REFER TO COASTAL WATERS FORECASTS (CWF) AVAILABLE THROUGH NOAA WEATHER RADIO AND OTHER MEANS FOR DETAILED COASTAL WATERS FORECASTS... .SYNOPSIS...A WEAK TROUGH WILL DEVELOP ALONG THE NW COAST OF THE (Source: www.slideshare.net)

Weather

FZUS52 KMFL 221535 CWFMFL Coastal Waters Forecast for South Florida National Weather Service Miami FL 1035 AM EST Sat Jan 22 2022 Atlantic coastal waters from Jupiter Inlet to Ocean Reef out to 60 nm and Gulf coastal waters from East Cape Sable to Chokoloskee out 20 nm and Chokoloskee to Bonita Beach out 60 nm...including the waters of Biscayne Bay and Lake Okeechobee. Seas are provided as a range of the average height of the highest 1/3 of the waves...along with the occasional height of the average highest 10 percent of the waves. AMZ600-GMZ606-230415- Synopsis for Jupiter Inlet to Ocean Reef FL out to 60 nm and for East Cape Sable to Bonita Beach FL out to 60 nm- 1035 AM EST Sat Jan 22 2022 .High pressure builds over the region at the surface while zonal flow remains aloft to close out the weekend and kick off the next work week. The next synoptic-scale weather feature to watch will emerge into the western Gulf by late Monday as a mid-level trough pushes across the southern United States. Some of the coldest temperatures of the season so far could be on track for Monday morning across South Florida with a deep intrusion of mid to upper 30s into inland Southwest Florida, widespread 40s across other portions of Southwest Florida and inland South Florida while even the Atlantic coast dips into the 50s.High pressure builds over the region at the surface while zonal flow remains aloft to close out the weekend and kick off the next work week. The next synoptic-scale weather feature to watch will emerge into the western Gulf by late Monday as a mid-level trough pushes across the southern United States. Some of the coldest temperatures of the season so far could be on track for Monday morning across South Florida with a deep intrusion of mid to upper 30s into inland Southwest Florida, widespread 40s across other portions of Southwest Florida and inland South Florida while even the Atlantic coast dips into the 50s.

The weather right now in Miami Beach, FL is Mostly Cloudy. The current temperature is 76°F, and the expected high and low for today, Saturday, January 22, 2022, are 76° high temperature and 60°F low temperature. The wind is currently blowing at 8 miles per hour, and coming from the North. The wind is gusting to 8 mph. With the wind and the atmosphere the temperature feels like 76° Fahrenheit. Expected precipitation is 15 percent, with current humidity at 78 percent, and air pressure at 30.09 in. Visibility is 10 nautical miles. There are no current weather alert(s). Stay connected to the latest marine weather forecasts and charts anywhere you go. Access your favorite forecast locations on your computer, tablet and phone. Download the free Buoyweather mobile app available for iOS and Android. Buoyweather's point-based marine weather forecasting system empowers users to make informed decisions about their offshore navigation and recreation. Use Buoyweather to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience on the water. This list displays the ten closest OnSite Reports within a 24 hour period. OnSite Reports are crowdsourced (user-generated) wind and weather reports, contributed by real people via different applications. 1. NHC NAVTEX Marine Forecast (New Orleans, LA) 000 FZNT27 KNHC 281422 OFFN06 NAVTEX MARINE FORECAST NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL 1022 AM EDT SUN JUN 28 2015 ...PLEASE REFER TO COASTAL WATERS FORECASTS (CWF) AVAILABLE THROUGH NOAA WEATHER RADIO AND OTHER MEANS FOR DETAILED COASTAL WATERS FORECASTS... .SYNOPSIS...A WEAK TROUGH WILL DEVELOP ALONG THE NW COAST OF THE (Source: www.slideshare.net)

Wind

A cold front will cross the waters this weekend, increasing the chances of showers and thunderstorms early this weekend before dry air arrives for the second half of this weekend into early next week. This front also has the potential to bring increasing winds to the local waters as well as building seas heading into Sunday. (Source: www.ndbc.noaa.gov North northwest winds 10 to 20 knots. Along the coast, seas 2 to 3 feet building to 3 to 5 feet with occasional seas to 6 feet. In the Gulf Stream, seas 3 to 5 feet with occasional seas to 6 feet building to 5 to 7 feet with occasional seas to 9 feet. Period 4 seconds increasing to 9 seconds. Intracoastal waters a moderate chop. Chance of showers in the morning. Slight chance of thunderstorms through the day. Showers likely. North northwest winds 15 to 20 knots with gusts to around 25 knots. Seas 4 to 6 feet with occasional seas to 8 feet along the coast and 7 to 9 feet with occasional to 11 feet in the Gulf Stream. Period 9 seconds. North swell 3 feet after midnight. Intracoastal waters a moderate chop. Showers likely late in the evening. Slight chance of thunderstorms through the night. Chance of showers after midnight.North northwest winds 15 to 20 knots. Along the coast, seas 2 to 4 feet with occasional seas to 5 feet. In the Gulf Stream, seas 2 to 4 feet with occasional seas to 5 feet building to 4 to 6 feet with occasional seas to 8 feet. Intracoastal waters a moderate chop. Chance of showers and slight chance of thunderstorms. Latest surface analysis shows front across the Lake Okee region with a fairly decent temp gradient of 5 to 10 deg across that region. Cross sectional analysis shows this front is frontolytical at this point with not much low level convergence and forcing at low levels associated with it. In fact, winds across the entire region south and north of the front are already northerly in general. 12Z upper air analysis shows 700 to 500 mb lapse rates around 6 to 6.5 Deg/Km but below 700 MB the thermo profile looks nearly vertical with a couple of inversions in place and that is well south of the front. Unless we warm up well into the 70s the chance of having any thunderstorms with this front are pretty slim at this time despite lapse rates above 700 mb, mid level temps of around -10 Deg C and effective bulk shear values of 30-40 kts as we head into the afternoon. And if we do they should be ordinary as aforementioned low level factors are limiting. Consistent with this, convective allowing models only show a chance of mostly stratiform light to moderate rain or rain showers rest of today with a slim chance of may be a thunderstorm across the extreme southern tip of the peninsula if we manage to get a decent amount of heating and even that is very conditional. Should this materialize locally heavy rain in those areas is still possible.Plenty of reports across the area show low stratus resulting in MVFR (Marginal Visual Flight Rules) conditions with brief periods of IFR ceilings and visibilities associated with Fog in some of the terminals early this morning. Visibilities should improve as the sun comes out but periods of MVFR (Marginal Visual Flight Rules) ceilings are likely to persist through this evening as front moves across the region with conditions improving overnight and Sunday morning. There is a chance of showers and may be a thunderstorm (uncertainty high with this) this afternoon and evening. Handling it with a vcsh in the forecast and will amend if needed. Light and variable winds early this morning will give way to northerly winds mostly in the 8-12 kts range and gusty at times as the front moves across the region. Latest surface analysis shows front across the Lake Okee region with a fairly decent temp gradient of 5 to 10 deg across that region. Cross sectional analysis shows this front is frontolytical at this point with not much low level convergence and forcing at low levels associated with it. In fact, winds across the entire region south and north of the front are already northerly in general. 12Z upper air analysis shows 700 to 500 mb lapse rates around 6 to 6.5 Deg/Km but below 700 MB the thermo profile looks nearly vertical with a couple of inversions in place and that is well south of the front. Unless we warm up well into the 70s the chance of having any thunderstorms with this front are pretty slim at this time despite lapse rates above 700 mb, mid level temps of around -10 Deg C and effective bulk shear values of 30-40 kts as we head into the afternoon. And if we do they should be ordinary as aforementioned low level factors are limiting. Consistent with this, convective allowing models only show a chance of mostly stratiform light to moderate rain or rain showers rest of today with a slim chance of may be a thunderstorm across the extreme southern tip of the peninsula if we manage to get a decent amount of heating and even that is very conditional. Should this materialize locally heavy rain in those areas is still possible.

Plenty of reports across the area show low stratus resulting in MVFR (Marginal Visual Flight Rules) conditions with brief periods of IFR ceilings and visibilities associated with Fog in some of the terminals early this morning. Visibilities should improve as the sun comes out but periods of MVFR (Marginal Visual Flight Rules) ceilings are likely to persist through this evening as front moves across the region with conditions improving overnight and Sunday morning. There is a chance of showers and may be a thunderstorm (uncertainty high with this) this afternoon and evening. Handling it with a vcsh in the forecast and will amend if needed. Light and variable winds early this morning will give way to northerly winds mostly in the 8-12 kts range and gusty at times as the front moves across the region.Professional Meteorologist Forecasts include a detailed wind forecast, or briefing, by a WeatherFlow meteorologist. Bullet points detail areas of interest or concerns that the meteorologist has that could impact the winds for the day. In contrast to the Computer Forecast Table, which was produced solely by a computer, the Pro Forecast forecast table was handcrafted by the meteorologist and reflects his or her expertise and local knowledge. The Pro Forecasts also include an Extended Discussion which provides a forecast for the upcoming conditions for the region over the next three days. 2. YUCATAN PENINSULA EACH EVENING...MOVE NW LATE EACH NIGHT THROUGH EARLY EACH MORNING...AND DISSIPATE OVER THE SW GULF BY EARLY AFTERNOON. A RIDGE WILL EXTEND FROM S FLORIDA TO THE TEXAS COASTAL BEND TODAY AND MON AND WILL SHIFT N MON NIGHT TO A POSITION FROM CENTRAL FLORIDA TO NE TEXAS WHERE IT WILL MEANDER THROUGH THU. NORTHWEST GULF OF MEXICO .THIS AFTERNOON...SW WINDS 5 TO 10 KT. SEAS 3 FT. .TONIGHT...S WINDS 5 TO 10 KT. SEAS 3 FT. .MON...S WINDS 5 TO 10 KT. SEAS 3 FT. .MON NIGHT...S WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 3 TO 4 FT. .TUE...S WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 3 TO 5 FT. .TUE NIGHT...SE WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 3 TO 5 FT. .WED...S WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 3 TO 5 FT. .WED NIGHT...SE WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 3 TO 5 FT. .THU...SE WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 3 TO 5 FT. .THU NIGHT...SE WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 3 TO 5 FT. NORTH CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST GULF OF MEXICO (Source: www.slideshare.net)

 

 

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