Significant Snowfall for Washington Cascades and Northern Rocky Mountains

A cold front will linger for several days from the Pacific Northwest to portions of the northern Plains early this week. Cold temperatures and copious moisture will combine to produce several feet of snow into the mountain passes, with up to 4 feet of snow down to 4000 feet in the northern Rockies. Travel through mountain passes will be very difficult.
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2NM NNE Monterey CA

Marine Point Forecast

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  • Overnight

    Mostly Clear

    ENE 10km/h
    1m
  • Monday

    Sunny

    Winds IncreasingWSW 18km/h
    1m
  • Monday
    Night

    Mostly Clear

    SE 8km/h
    1m
  • Tuesday

    Mostly Sunny

    Winds IncreasingWSW 21km/h
    1-2m
  • Tuesday
    Night

    Chance Rain

    SSW 13km/h
    2m
  • Wednesday

    Chance Rain

    Winds IncreasingNNW 21km/h
    2m
  • Wednesday
    Night

    Partly Cloudy

    N 21km/h
    2m
  • Thursday

    Sunny

    NNE 11km/h
    1m
  • Thursday
    Night

    Mostly Clear

    NNW 11km/h
    1m

Associated Zone Forecast which includes this point

Last Update: 2:14 am PST Dec 18, 2017
Forecast Valid: 3am PST Dec 18, 2017-6pm PST Dec 24, 2017

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Detailed Forecast


Synopsis: PZZ500-181215- 831 PM PST Sun Dec 17 2017 .Synopsis for the Central California Coast and Bays Including the Monterey Bay...Greater Farallones...and Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuaries... Surface high pressure 650 miles west of the Bay Area will gradually move southeast and weaken through early week. As a result winds will diminish tonight and remain mainly light Monday into Tuesday. South to southwest winds Tuesday precede the arrival of a moderate cold front Tuesday evening and early Wednesday morning. Modified arctic air and high pressure will build over the eastern Pacific and extend into the Intermountain West. Post cold frontal northwest winds will become gusty over the coastal waters and bays mid to late this week. A dry cold front will usher in a reinforcement of modified arctic air from the north and northeast beginning Saturday evening and continuing into early next week. $$

Overnight
ENE wind around 10 km/h. Mostly clear. NW swell 1 ft at 12 seconds. Wind waves 1 m or less.
Monday
NW wind 5 to 10 km/h becoming WSW 13 to 18 km/h in the afternoon. Sunny. NW swell 1 ft at 11 seconds. Wind waves 1 m or less.
Monday Night
SE wind 5 to 8 km/h. Mostly clear. WNW swell 1 ft at 11 seconds building to at 15 seconds . Wind waves 1 m or less.
Tuesday
S wind 10 to 15 km/h becoming WSW 16 to 21 km/h in the afternoon. Mostly sunny. WNW swell 2 ft. Wind waves 1 m or less.
Tuesday Night
SSW wind 11 to 13 km/h. A chance of rain after 4am. WNW swell 2 ft. Wind waves 1 m or less.
Wednesday
W wind 10 to 15 km/h becoming NNW 16 to 21 km/h in the morning. A chance of rain before 10am. WNW swell 2 ft. Wind waves 1 m or less.
Wednesday Night
N wind 14 to 21 km/h. Partly cloudy. WNW swell 2 ft. Wind waves 1 m or less.
Thursday
NNE wind around 11 km/h. Sunny. WNW swell 1 ft. Wind waves 1 m or less.
Thursday Night
NNW wind around 11 km/h becoming NE in the evening. Mostly clear. WNW swell 1 ft. Wind waves 1 m or less.


*Notices:

  1. This forecast is for a single location. For safety concerns, mariners should be aware of the weather over a larger area. Forecast information for a larger area can be found within the zone forecast and the NDFD graphics.
  2. The forecast conditions at a particular point may not exceed the criteria of a Small Craft Advisory, Gale, Storm etc. These watches/warnings/advisories are issued for the entire zone in which the point resides and mariners should act accordingly.
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Point Forecast: 36.63°N 121.89°W
Last Update: 2:14 am PST Dec 18, 2017
Forecast Valid: 3am PST Dec 18, 2017-6pm PST Dec 24, 2017
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