Biscayne Bay Marine Forecast
|Rest Of Today...Northeast Winds Around 15 Knots With Gusts To Around 25 Knots. Bay Waters A Moderate Chop.|
|Tonight...Northeast Winds 5 To 15 Knots. Bay Waters A Moderate Chop.|
|Tuesday...Northeast Winds Around 10 Knots. Bay Waters A Light Chop.|
|Tuesday Night...Northeast Winds 5 To 10 Knots. Bay Waters A Light Chop.|
|Wednesday...East Northeast Winds 5 To 10 Knots. Bay Waters A Light Chop.|
|Wednesday Night...East Winds 5 To 10 Knots. Bay Waters A Light Chop.|
|Thursday And Thursday Night...East Winds 5 To 15 Knots. Bay Waters A Moderate Chop. Slight Chance Of Showers And Thunderstorms In The Morning. Slight Chance Of Showers And Thunderstorms Late In The Evening.|
|Friday...East Northeast Winds Around 10 Knots. Bay Waters A Light Chop. Slight Chance Of Showers And Thunderstorms.|
AMZ600: 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|
1006 AM EDT Mon Sep 23 2019
Fresh to strong ENE breezes early this morning will subside to moderate this afternoon as higher seas across the Atlantic waters gradually subside. Small Craft Operators should continue to exercise caution, as occasional bouts of higher winds and seas remain possible today. Generally quiet boating conditions are then expected for Tuesday into Thursday, with increased breeziness and shower chances returning for late week into the weekend.
Gulf Stream Hazards: Occasional seas up to 8 feet possible through early this morning with winds gusts to around 25 kt. Small Craft operators should exercise caution.
The approximate location of the west wall of the Gulf Stream as of Sep 21, 2019 at 1200 UTC...
- 7 nautical miles east northeast of Fowey Rocks.
- 14 nautical miles east of Port Everglades.
- 13 nautical miles east northeast of Lake Worth.
- 13 nautical miles east of Jupiter Inlet.
Area Forecast Discussion|
National Weather Service Miami FL
135pm EDT Monday September 23 2019
UPDATE... High pressure in control today, providing a E/NE flow across the region. Another dry day is in store and is supported by MFL's 23/12Z sounding with a PW of 1.21 inches, which is below the 10th percentile for this time of year. With winds and seas calming down, the Small Craft Advisory is set to expire, though small craft operators should continue to exercise caution, especially around jetties and inlets. Otherwise, high temperatures today are forecast to stay a tad below average in the mid to upper 80s, with near 90 along the west coast.
Today through Thursday... The center of an expansive mid-upper anticyclone will migrate from the Gulf Coast States into the eastern Gulf of Mexico, as an upper low progresses towards the eastern Bahamas. Surface high pressure will prevail from the Ohio Valley equatorward into the Gulf of Mexico and Florida, with a moisture gradient gradually sinking south from the Florida Straits into the northern Caribbean Sea. With deep layer ridging prevailing across the region look for dry and subsident conditions with only a small chance for a shower late in the period. In fact, precipitable water values as low as 1 inch are possible late Monday into Wednesday, which is around 2 standard deviations below the climatological mean per NAEFS standardized anomalies. This is also nearing record daily minimum values per the Storm Prediction Center Sounding Climatology archive. This will be our first taste of fall-like weather, as overnight lows cool off a bit given the dry air mass. Inland areas, particularly those near the Lake, are likely to drop of into the upper 60s to around 70 for lows during the early part of the week, with a slight warming trend thereafter. Highs will be seasonal across South Florida with temperatures generally ranging between 85 and 90 degrees, and perhaps a few degrees warmer at times over western interior areas. Winds will gradually decrease in strength today and become even lighter through mid-week as the pressure gradient relaxes with high pressure in control.
Friday through Sunday
Ridging aloft will weaken as the mid to upper low pressure area advances from the western Bahamas through South Florida. Meanwhile surface high pressure will strengthen across the western Atlantic and Atlantic coastal states. This will bring renewed breeziness and shower chances to South Florida as moisture increases across the area. Unsettled conditions are likely to continue beyond the weekend as the flow turns southeasterly advecting deep moisture into the area.
Fresh ENE breezes early this morning will subside to moderate this afternoon as higher seas across the Atlantic waters gradually subside. Small Craft Operators should continue to exercise caution, as occasional bouts of higher winds and seas remain possible today. Generally quiet boating conditions are then expected for Tuesday into Thursday, with increased breeziness and shower chances returning for late week into the weekend.
A high rip current risk continues for all Atlantic beaches through this evening, with an elevated risk likely persisting for at least the next few days. Quiet weather is anticipated through mid week.
NOAA Miami FL Office: Watches - Warnings - Advisories
FL...High Rip Current Risk until 8pm EDT this evening for FLZ168-172- 173.