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More Hazardous Weather Plagues U.S.

Posted by feww on March 17, 2014

EXTREME WEATHER & CLIMATIC EVENTS
MULTIPLE HAZARD  WARNINGS
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Unusually late winter storm pounding U.S. Mid-Atlantic

Late winter storm impacting central Appalachians and mid-Atlantic through Monday, just 4 days before the spring, dumping between six and 13.5 inches (34cm) of snow on parts of West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and southern New Jersey, shutting schools and federal offices and forcing hundreds of flight cancellations. The hardest hit area was Washington, D.C., said NWS. .

High wind and warm weather over the Desert Southwest has prompted NWS to issue Red Flag Warnings for large parts of at least seven states, including Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas , Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas.

Hazardous weather warnings include Winter Storm Warning, High Wind Warning, Flood Warning, Gale Warning and Red Flag Warning.

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Weather Hazards Map (Hazmap)  for Monday, March 17, 2014. Issued at 14:26UTC. Source: NWS.
UPDATE

National Low and High Temperature
(for the contiguous United States)
Issued by NWS Weather Prediction Center at 8 am EDT Monday, March 17, 2014

  • Low
    • -29ºC (-20 degrees) at Berlin, NH
    • -29ºC at Mount Washington, NH
  • High
    • 34.5ºC (94 degrees) at Miramar NAS, CA
    • 34.5ºC  at Death Valley, CA

Temperature spread (calculated by FIRE-EARTH) = 63.5ºC (114.3 degrees).

Compare:

National Low and High Temperature – Issued 7 pm EST Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Low: -38ºC (-37 degrees) at Embarrass, MN
  • High: 29ºC  (84 degrees) at Camarillo, CA

Temperature spread for Jan. 21 was 67ºC (121 degrees).

FIRE-EARTH Forecast

On January 7, 2014 FIRE-EARTH said [Google and WordPress censored]:

FIRE-EARTH Models show more Extreme Weather Events could wreak havoc across North America in the coming days and weeks.

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Another Deadly Storm Swipes Northeastern U.S.

Posted by feww on March 13, 2014

EXTREME WEATHER & CLIMATIC EVENTS
DEADLY WINTER STORM
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Powerful winter storm impacting Northeastern U.S.

An intense  storm system moving from the Ohio Valley into the Northeast is bringing accumulating snow from the Lower Great Lakes to northern New England, said the NWS, forecasting more than a foot of snow for some areas, with damaging winds being the main threat.

The forecasters have predicted

  • Heavy snow for Northern Maine
  • Temperatures as much as 25 degrees below average from parts of the Great Lakes to the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
  • Temperatures as much as 15 degrees above average over parts of the Northern/Central Plains [creating a massive stage for extreme weather events]

Deadly Storm

At least three people were killed and several others seriously injured in a pileup of more than 50 cars and trucks on a 2-mile stretch of the Ohio Turnpike, one of several multiple car crashes in the Buckeye State, after ice and snow covered the Great Lakes region and reduced visibility to near zero on Wednesday, according to media reports quoting state and county officials.

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A pileup involving dozens of vehicles on the Ohio Turnpike, near Clyde, left at least three people dead and several others seriously injure. Image credit: Jeremy Wadsworth/ The (Toledo) Blade. Image may be subject to copyright.

National High and Low Temperature (for the contiguous United States)
Issued 2 am EDT Thursday, March 13, 2014 by NWS Weather Prediction Center, College Park, MD

Low Temperature for Wednesday:

  • -26ºC (-15 degrees) at Crane Lake, MN

High Temperature for Wednesday:

  • 31ºC (88 degrees) at Pompano Beach, FL
  • 31ºC at Miami (Kendall-Tamiami), FL

[Temperature spread 57.2ºC (103 degrees), as calculated by FIRE-EARTH]

FIRE-EARTH Forecast

On January 7, 2014 FIRE-EARTH said [Google and WordPress censored]:

FIRE-EARTH Models show more Extreme Weather Events could wreak havoc across North America in the coming days and weeks.

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Major Winter Storm Battering Southern Plains through Ohio Valley

Posted by feww on December 6, 2013

EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS

TEXAS Declares State of Disaster

Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Tennessee Declare States of Emergency ahead of Ice Storm

Minnesota Declares Snow Emergency in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Other cities that have also proclaimed emergencies, include Crystal, West St. Paul, Plymouth, St. Paul, Robbinsdale, Mendota Heights, Bloomington, Minneapolis and St. Louis Park.

Arctic airmass engulfing the West and Central U.S. with temperatures as much as 30ºC below normal

A major ice storm is expected through Friday Central Texas to the Ohio Valley. The storm system will also bring heavy  snowfall expected from Oklahoma to Lower Great Lakes, and possibly heavy rain from the central Appalachians to the lower Mississippi Valley. Prolonged power outages could occur across the region. —NWS

Hundreds of schools and thousands of businesses have closed as heavy snow and ice blanketed roads and power lines across a wide swath of the United States.

Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas are forecast to be the hardest hit by the major storm system, said the National Weather Service (NWS).

The snowstorm has contributed to hundreds of traffic accidents around the state, including at least five fatal crashes between Monday and Wednesday, AP reported.

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Near Real-Time U.S. Composite Satellite Image. Recorded at 03:30UTC on December 6, 2013. (Source: SSEC/Wisc-Uni)

Highlights of Latest NWS Forecast

  • Major ice storm expected from the Central Texas to the Ohio Valley.
  • Heavy snowfall expected from Oklahoma to Lower Great Lakes.
  • A classic ice storm pattern is taking shape from the Southern Plains tothe Ohio Valley.
  • prolonged period of freezing rain and sleet from central Texas to the Ohio valley.
  • Arctic airmass overspreading the West and Central U.S. with temperatures as much as 30 degrees Celsius [54ºF] below normal.
  • Snowfall will be possible even within coastal Washington and Oregon
  • The latest Arctic invasion follows a massive storm that dumped up to 22 inches (56cm) of snow in portions of Minnesota earlier this week.
  • Up to 8 inches of snow is forecast for Missouri Thursday night through Friday.
  •  Albany, New York, St. Louis and Pittsburgh could also receive  up to 6 inches of snow, forecasters  said.
  • Arctic blast that threatens up to 50 million people in the South and the Midwest with snow, ice and super-chilled temperatures, plummeting by as much as 30 degrees Celsius [54ºF.]

In wake of the cold front pushing through the eastern U.S., a very cold airmass will overspread the central and western U.S. Temperatures will be 10 to 30 degrees below normal for the next few days. High temperatures will remain below zero for some parts of the northern Plains. A reinforcing shot of cold air will arrive in the Pacific Northwest toward the end of the period. Snowfall will be possible even within coastal Washington and Oregon. —NWS

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U.S. Weather Hazards Map (Hazmap)  for Friday, December 6, 2013. Source and Update: NWS/CRH. Hazmap enhanced by FIRE-EARTH Blog.

Text of Disaster Declaration in Texas

I, RICK PERRY, Governor of the State of Texas, do hereby certify that a significant winter storm poses a threat of imminent disaster in the following counties: Andrews, Archer, Armstrong, Bailey, Baylor, Bell, Blanco, Borden, Bosque, Bowie, Briscoe, Brown, Burnet, Callahan, Carson, Castro, Childress, Clay, Cochran, Coke, Coleman, Collin, Collingsworth, Comanche, Concho, Cooke, Coryell, Cottle, Crockett, Crosby, Dallam, Dallas, Dawson, Deaf Smith, Delta, Denton, Dickens, Donley, Eastland, Ector, Ellis, Erath, Falls, Fannin, Fisher, Floyd, Foard, Franklin, Gaines, Garza, Gillespie, Glasscock, Grayson, Gray, Hale, Hall, Hamilton, Hansford, Hardeman, Hartley, Haskell, Hemphill, Henderson, Hill, Hockley, Hood, Hopkins, Howard, Hunt, Hutchinson, Irion, Jack, Johnson, Jones, Kaufman, Kent, Kerr, Kimble, King, Knox, Lamar, Lamb, Lampasas, Limestone, Lipscomb, Llano, Lubbock, Lynn, Martin, Mason, McCulloch, McLennan, Menard, Midland, Mills, Mitchell, Montague, Moore, Motley, Navarro, Nolan, Ochiltree, Oldham, Palo Pinto, Parker, Parmer, Potter, Rains, Randall, Reagan, Red River, Roberts, Rockwall, Runnels, San Saba, Schleicher, Scurry, Shackelford, Sherman, Somervell, Stephens, Sterling, Stonewall, Sutton, Swisher, Tarrant, Taylor, Terry, Throckmorton, Titus, Tom Green, Travis, Upton, Van Zandt, Wheeler, Wichita, Wilbarger, Williamson, Winkler, Wise, Wood, Yoakum, and Young.

THEREFORE, in accordance with the authority vested in me by Section 418.014 of the Texas Government Code, I do hereby declare a state of disaster in the counties listed above based on the existence of such threat, and direct that all necessary measures, both public and private as authorized under Section 418.017 of the code, be implemented to meet that threat.

As provided in Section 418.016, all rules and regulations that may inhibit or prevent prompt response to this threat are suspended for the duration of the incident.

In accordance with the statutory requirements, copies of this proclamation shall be filed with the applicable authorities.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto signed my name and have officially caused the Seal of State to be affixed at my office in the City of Austin, Texas, this the 5th day of December, 2013.

RICK PERRY
Governor of Texas

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Major Winter Storm Affecting Much of the U.S.

Posted by feww on December 5, 2013

EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS

POWERFUL WINTER STORM has engulfed much of the U.S. as a major icing event looms

Multiple warnings are in effect for extreme weather as a powerful storm system ploughs across the country dumping massive snow and plunging temperatures to dangerously low values.

Portions of Minnesota have already reported up to 2 feet of snow, more snow expected.The snowstorm has contributed to hundreds of traffic accidents around the state, including at least five fatal crashes between Monday and Wednesday.

The Warnings, Watches and Advisories include Ice Storm Warning, Winter Storm Warning, High Wind Warning, Avalanche Warning, Flood Warning, Gale Warning, Wind Chill Warning, Hard Freeze Warning, Freeze Warning, Hazardous Weather Outlook, Freezing Rain Advisory, Winter Storm Watch, Freeze Watch, Special Weather Statement, Air Quality Alert and many others.

Extreme Weather Highlights

  • Major icing event is forecast across the Arklatex and into southern Missouri and Illinois from noon Thursday.
  • Heavy snow and icing will continue to impact the Upper Midwest and Upper Great Lakes.
  • Arctic intrusion will plunge temperatures by as much as 35 degrees below normal to much of the western/central states.
  • Portions of Minnesota have already reported up to 2 feet of snow, more snow expected.
    • The snowstorm  has contributed to hundreds of traffic accidents around the state, including at least five fatal crashes between  Monday and Wednesday, AP reported.
  • Up to half inch of ice accumulations could hit a large region from northeastern Texas through the Ozarks and into southeastern Missouri.
  • Hard freeze warnings are in effect for much of the Central Valley in California, as well as southern Nevada and NW Arizona, and cities such as San Diego will experience near record low temperatures.

Minnesota Plagued by Unrelenting Snowstorm


An unrelenting storm that has spread about 2 feet of snow in northeastern Minnesota continued for a third day Wednesday. It has contributed to hundreds of traffic accidents around the state, including at least five fatal crashes since Monday. (AP- December 4, 2013

The Arctic Element

Cold air is plunging into the Western and Central U.S., and heavy snow continues across the Northern Plains and Great Lakes, as the system moves east and south. The Arctic intrusion has brought temperatures to dangerously low values, especially across the Northern Rockies and Northern Plains, with forecast highs in the negative single digits while lows plunge into the -20s Fahrenheit through Saturday. The freezing wind will lower the apparent/wind chill temperatures to the -30s over parts of Montana and North Dakota …. creating temperature contrast along the Arctic front with the northern tier plagued by the frigid readings, while the mercury moving from upper 70s to lower 80s along the Gulf Coast. —NWS Forecast [edited by FIRE-EARTH for brevity.]

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U.S. Weather Hazards Map (Hazmap)  for Thursday, December 5, 2013. Source and Update: NWS/CRH. Map enhanced by FIRE-EARTH Blog.

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Massive Storm System Impacting Western and Central U.S.

Posted by feww on December 3, 2013

EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS

Powerful Storm System moving across the  U.S. Dumping Heavy Snow

Massive Winter Storm is bringing heavy snow to the higher elevations of the Central Rockies, Northern High Plains and Upper Midwest, causing  temperatures to plunge substantially in the West and Central U.S., said National Weather Service (NWS).

The temperatures are forecast to plunge as much as 30 degrees below normal.

  • Up to 18 inches of snow could bury Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. 

The powerful storm system is moving across the Western and Central U.S. The storm is bringing heavy snow to parts of the Rockies and Northern Plains. The highest snow totals are expected to be in the Central Rockies where up to 24 inches of snow is expected. Further east, parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin may receive up to 18 inches of snow. Once the storm departs, bitterly cold air will follow. —NWS

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U.S. Weather Hazards Map (Hazmap)  for Tuesday, December 3, 2013. Source: NWS/CRH. Map enhanced by FIRE-EARTH Blog.

A rather strong upper level low currently over the Pacific Northwest is forecast to continue dropping southeastward into the Northern Rockies by Wednesday, pushing a surface cold front south and east ahead of it. Very cold temperatures drawn in from Canada, combined with strong vertical lift, should be enough to support widespread heavy snow from the Northern and Central Rockies into the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest. Winter Storm watches, warnings, and advisories are currently in effect for much of the Intermountain West, Northern Plains, and Upper Midwest. Light to moderate snow will begin across the Northern Rockies, Northern Plains, and Upper Midwest on Monday night, and eventually spread into the higher terrain of the Central Rockies by Tuesday afternoon. At this point, it appears the heaviest of the snow accumulations should be confined to the highest terrain of the Central Rockies with storm totals ranging from 12 to 18 inches across the Wasatch range of Utah, to as much as 24 or more inches in the Central Rockies. Farther east across extreme Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin, anywhere from 10 to 18 inches of snow is possible. —NWS

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Nor’easter Spawned by Deadly Thanksgiving Storm

Posted by feww on November 27, 2013

EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS

Nor’easter brings heavier rain, heavier snow, sleet and high winds

Winds of up to 63MPH forecast in parts the affected area, as thousands of flights are cancelled and thousands more delayed.

Snow, sleet and freezing rain hit large areas in the northeast, dumping several inches of snow across Pennsylvania.

Hazardous travel conditions prevail throughout vast regions in the northeast.  NWS has issued the following forecast:

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U.S. Weather Hazards Map (Hazmap)  for Wednesday, November 27, 2013. Source: NWS/CRH. Map enhanced by FIRE-EARTH Blog.

Heavy snow is forecast from the Tennessee Valley to western New England, with freezing rain possible across the Appalachians and western Mid-Atlantic into the Northeast through Wednesday. Meanwhile, heavy rainfall is forecast across parts of the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic, with severe thunderstorms possible for parts of the coastal Southeast this evening.

Moderate to heavy rain continues to move over the southeast and
The middle Atlantic while light snow continues from Ohio eastward
Through central New England.

Winter Storm Warnings and winter weather advisories are in effect
for a large area from the Tennessee and Ohio valleys eastward
across the Appalachians to the interior mid-Atlantic region, the
lower Great Lakes as well as interior New England.

Flood watches are in effect for portions of the northwest
Carolinas and portions of the northeast.

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Deadly Thanksgiving Storm Moves East

Posted by feww on November 26, 2013

Deadly ice storm claims at least 13 lives across the U.S.

A major storm system moving across the U.S. has caused at least 13 deaths including four in Oklahoma, four in Texas, three in California and one each in Arizona and New Mexico, as well as numerous road accident injuries.

The massive storm dumped at least 35cm of snow on Sunday in many mountain regions of Colorado and Utah, as well as significant amounts on  parts of Arizona and Texas.

The system has forced more than a thousand flight cancellations across  southern U.S.

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US Composite Satellite Image – Nov 26, 2013 at 00:30UTC. Source: SSEC/Wisc-Uni

U.S. Weather Forecast

The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued multiple severe weather Warnings, Watches and Advisories including Ice Storm Warning, Winter Storm Warning, Storm Warning and Flood Warning for a large portion of the country.  The following are highlights of their latest forecast Valid 00UTC Tue Nov 26 2013 – 00Z Thu Nov 28 2013

  • Sleet/freezing rain possible from the Southern Appalachians to parts of Northern New England
  • Snow is possible from Eastern Ohio Valley/Central Appalachians to the Lower Great Lakes
  • Heavy rain possible from the Central Gulf Coast to New England
  • Temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees below average from the Central Appalachians to the Central/Western Gulf to the Upper Midwest
  • A complicated storm will develop over the Central Gulf Coast and move to the Mid-Atlantic by Wednesday.
  • Another storm over the Central Gulf Coast will move northeastward to Mid-Atlantic and combined with the energy from the Great Lakes. The developing storm will produce moderate to heavy rain over the Central Gulf Coast and expand into the Southern/Central Appalachians by Tuesday morning. The moderate to heavy rain will move eastward to the Southeast/Mid-Atlantic on Tuesday, expanding into Northern New England by Wednesday morning. Showers and thunderstorms will develop along the Central Gulf Coast and move eastward to the Southeast by Tuesday night, moving offshore by Wednesday morning.

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Hard Freeze Hits the U.S.

Posted by feww on October 5, 2012

DISASTER CALENDAR SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,258 Days Left

[October 5, 2012] Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016. 

  • SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,258 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History

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Global Disasters/ Significant Events

“Early season” snowstorm surges south and east across the U.S.

A powerful early season snow storm is forecast to bring light to heavy snow, freezing temperatures and strong winds to the north-central Plains today. Snow will expand to the central Plains and the northern Rockies on Friday and Saturday, NOAA forecasters said.

  • Forecasters in several locations are calling for overnight low temperatures in the 20s that will bring an end to the growing season. A hard freeze with temperatures in the 20s is expected through 9 a.m. Friday in western South Dakota and northeast Wyoming. Freezing overnight temperatures are also expected in parts of Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri.
  • The cold front is expected to move into much of the Eastern United States and the Deep South.
  • Hard Freeze WarningsFreeze Warnings, Hazardous Weather Outlook,  and various winter-weather watches and advisories are in effect across much of the country.

Other Disasters/ Significant Events

China. Landslide death toll in Yiliang County, located in SW China’s Yunnan province,  has climbed to at least 19, including 18 primary school children.

  • Eight-hundred residents were relocated after the landslide.
  • Yiliang was struck by a cluster of earthquakes on September 7, which left 81 people dead and 800 others injured, said a report.


Rescuers search at the landslide site in the village of Zhenhe, located in Yiliang County, Zhaotong City, 
Yunnan Province, southwest China, October 4, 2012. Nineteen people, including 18 primary school students, who were buried in the landslide on Thursday are now confirmed dead. (Xinhua/Long Jiao).  More photos…

South Africa.  Anglo American Platinum, world’s largest platinum producer, has fired 12,000 striking South African miners after a protracted strike over wages, reports said.

  • Clashes between striking miners and police left one worker dead.
  • Some 34 miners were shot dead by the “post-apartheid” police in August.

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U.S. Weather Forecast March 4, 2010

Posted by feww on March 4, 2010

Rain, Snow with 90 percent Probability of Coastal Flooding

Tides and onshore winds will cause flooding of low areas along the shore

US weather forecast Map  (Still Image) – Click images to enlarge.

US weather Forecast Map (regularly updated)
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US weather Hazards Map at 13:11UTC March 4, 2010

BELOW: Current Hazard Map.

SEE Forecasts below:

Hazardous marine condition(s):
Gale Warning

ANZ094-041500-
BALTIMORE CANYON TO HAGUE LINE S OF 1000 FM
400 AM EST THU MAR 4 2010

TODAY
N TO NW WINDS 30 TO 40 KT DIMINISHING TO 25 TO 35 KT.
SEAS 13 TO 21 FT SUBSIDING TO 10 TO 18 FT. WINDS AND SEAS
BECOMING HIGHEST E. SCATTERED SHOWERS. ISOLATED TSTMS E OF 68W
EARLY.

TONIGHT
N TO NW WINDS 25 TO 35 KT EARLY…DIMINISHING TO 20
TO 30 KT LATE. SEAS SUBSIDING TO 9 TO 15 FT. HIGHEST WINDS AND
SEAS E. ISOLATED SHOWERS.

FRI AND FRI NIGHT
N TO NW WINDS 20 TO 25 KT. SEAS 9 TO 15
FT…HIGHEST E. ISOLATED SHOWERS.

SAT
N TO NW WINDS DIMINISHING TO 15 TO 20 KT. SEAS SUBSIDING
TO 6 TO 10 FT LATE…HIGHEST SE.

SUN
NW WINDS DIMINISHING TO 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS SUBSIDING TO 3
TO 6 FT LATE…HIGHEST SE.

MON
SW WINDS 10 TO 15 KT EARLY…INCREASING TO W 15 TO 25 KT
LATE. SEAS 3 TO 5 FT BUILDING TO 4 TO 7 FT LATE.
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SEAS GIVEN AS SIGNIFICANT WAVE HEIGHT…WHICH IS THE AVERAGE
HEIGHT OF THE HIGHEST 1/3 OF THE WAVES. INDIVIDUAL WAVES MAY BE
MORE THAN TWICE THE SIGNIFICANT WAVE HEIGHT.

AMZ080-041530-
SW N ATLANTIC S OF 31N W OF 65W INCLUDING BAHAMAS
430 AM EST THU MAR 04 2010

GALE WARNING N OF 27N E OF 71W

TODAY
N OF 27N E OF 71W W WINDS 25 TO 35 KT. SEAS 14 TO 20 FT
IN NW SWELL. ELSEWHERE N OF 25N E OF BAHAMAS W TO NW WINDS 20 TO
30 KT. SEAS 8 TO 16 FT IN NW SWELL. W OF BAHAMAS NW WINDS 15 TO
20 KT. SEAS 4 TO 6 FT…EXCEPT 5 TO 8 FT IN STRAITS OF FL.
ELSEWHERE W OF FRONT W TO NW WINDS 15 TO 20 KT. SEAS 8 TO 14 FT
IN NW SWELL. E OF FRONT SW WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 4 TO 7 FT.
SCATTERED SHOWERS FAR SE WATERS.

TONIGHT
N OF 26N E OF 78W NE OF BAHAMAS W TO NW WINDS 20 TO
30 KT. SEAS 8 TO 16 FT IN NW SWELL. S OF 23N NW TO N WINDS 10 TO
15 KT. SEAS 7 TO 9 FT E OF BAHAMAS AND 3 TO 5 FT W OF BAHAMAS.
ELSEWHERE W OF BAHAMAS NW TO N WINDS 15 TO 20 KT. SEAS 3 TO 5
FT. FROM 23N TO 26N NW WINDS 15 TO 20 KT. SEAS 8 TO 11 FT IN NW
SWELL. N OF BAHAMAS W OF 78W NW TO N WINDS 15 TO 20 KT. SEAS 5
TO 7 FT. SCATTERED SHOWERS FAR SE WATERS.

FRI AND FRI NIGHT
N OF 27N AND FROM 25N TO 27N E OF 73W NW
WINDS 15 TO 20 KT. SEAS 8 TO 14 FT IN NW SWELL…EXCEPT 5 TO 8
FT W OF 78W. W OF BAHAMAS NW TO N WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 2 TO 4
FT. ELSEWHERE W OF FRONT NW TO N WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 7 TO 10
FT IN NW SWELL. E OF FRONT SW WINDS 5 TO 10 KT. SEAS 6 TO 8 FT.
SCATTERED SHOWERS FAR SE WATERS.

SAT
W OF BAHAMAS N WINDS 15 KT. SEAS 2 TO 4 FT. ELSEWHERE NW
TO N WINDS 15 TO 20 KT. SEAS 7 TO 10 FT IN N SWELL…EXCEPT 5 TO
7 FT W OF 78W.

SUN
W OF BAHAMAS N TO NE WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 3 TO 5 FT IN
N SWELL. ELSEWHERE N WINDS 10 TO 15 KT…EXCEPT BECOMING N TO NE
WINDS 15 TO 20 KT S OF 22N SUN NIGHT. SEAS 7 TO 10 FT IN N
SWELL…EXCEPT 5 TO 7 FT W OF 78W.

MON
N OF 28N W TO NW WINDS 5 TO 10 FT. SEAS 5 TO 7 FT. W OF
BAHAMAS E WINDS 10 KT. SEAS 2 TO 4 FT. ELSEWHERE NE WINDS 5 TO
10 KT. SEAS 6 TO 8 FT IN N SWELL.

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