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FXUS61 KBTV 181144

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Burlington VT
744 AM EDT Wed Oct 18 2017

High pressure along the east coast of the United States will
maintain dry conditions across the North Country through Sunday.
With south to southwest winds in place, temperatures will warm
well above seasonal levels for mid to late October beginning
today, and continue through the upcoming weekend. The next
chance of appreciable precipitation occurs by Monday into
Tuesday of next week as a cold front crosses the area from west
to east.


As of 740 AM EDT Wednesday...Very quiet wx through the near-
term. A weak shortwave trough passing to our north across
southern Quebec is bringing localized upslope/mountain
cloudiness to the nrn Adirondacks and central/nern VT. These
clouds will tend to dissipate by 14-15Z as trough shifts further
east and daytime heating/mixing reduces low-level RH. Generally
looking at clear skies otherwise today and tonight. The sfc
ridge axis extending along the east coast of the U.S. and
building shortwave ridging aloft later today will bring dry
weather thru the period, with moderating temperatures. Should
see highs into the mid 60s in valley locations today. Gradient
flow moderate early this morning, with south winds 10-20 mph in
the Champlain Valley during the pre-dawn hrs, but slackening
p-gradient will result in S-SW daytime winds lowering to 5-10
mph. Lows mainly in the 40s for tonight. Temperatures moderate
further on Thursday, reaching the upr 60s to lower 70s. Another
mid-upr level shortwave trough is progged by 00Z GFS to pass
along the intl border Thursday afternoon. This feature should
bring an increase in mid-upr level clouds, but dry low-level
conditions should preclude any precipitation.


As of 329 AM EDT Wednesday...High pressure will lead to quiet
weather conditions with mostly clear skies under broad
subsidence. Anticyclonic flow will bring warming temps each day
with 60s on Friday and upper 60s to 70 by Sunday. Each night
we`ll radiatively cool and should see temps in the upper 30s to
low 40s. The weather should be phenomenal for any outdoor
activities planned over the weekend.


As of 329 AM EDT Wednesday...Coming out of the weekend expect a
full latitude trough digging into the eastern CONUS which will
bring several chances for showers to the region. The first
chance will be a front that moves through late Monday into
Tuesday with the best chance being towards the midweek as a
closed low should develop over the Great Lakes and advances a
stronger frontal system through the North Country. Global models
are depicting a 995mb low over the Great Lakes with a 1020mb
high out over the Atlantic. The resulting pressure gradient
should lead to fairly gusty winds with the potential for 15-25
mph with gust to 30mph of southwest funneled valley flow on


Through 12Z Thursday...Mainly VFR/dry conditions. Upper level
disturbance passing across srn Quebec is bringing localized MVFR
ceilings to SLK, and BKN-OVC035-045 conditions at MPV/RUT. It
appears any localized MVFR in the mountains will dissipate by
14-15Z this morning, leaving mainly clear conditions through the
balance of the TAF period. SFC winds will remain S-SW thru the
period, generally 5-10kts for the daylight hrs and thru tonight.


Wednesday Night: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Thursday: VFR. Breezy. NO SIG WX.
Thursday Night: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Friday: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Friday Night: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Saturday: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Saturday Night: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Sunday: VFR. NO SIG WX.


KTYX radar at Fort Drum, New York will remain down for
scheduled maintenance through a good portion of today (October
18) as technicians repaint the radome.




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