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USNA Weather Forecast

Forecast Discussion:

A secondary cold front will pass Tuesday with a reinforcing shot of autumn air. High pressure will build overhead through Thursday, before shifting over New England this weekend. Meanwhile, Hurricane Ian is expected to intensify into a Major Hurricane tomorrow as it moves into the Eastern Gulf of Mexico (where sea surface temperatures are running 3 to 5 oF above normal for this time of year). Ian is expected to make landfall in Florida late Thursday or early Friday. The northward track after landfall will largely be determined by the strength and positioning of the aforementioned area of high pressure over New England this weekend. If the area of high pressure remains entrenched, the remnants of Ian will likely remain to our south with perhaps only passing showers over the weekend. If the remains strong enough over land, or if the high shifts a bit from the current forecast, the remnants of Ian could pass nearby which could bring periods of rain and wind to the area. Please continue to check back as the forecast details become more refined throughout the week.

Five Day Weather Forecast:

  • Monday: Sunny, breezy, and seasonable. West wind 10-15 mph, gusting to 25 mph. High near 77 oF.
  • Tuesday: Sunny and seasonably cool. West wind 8-13 mph. Low: 54-58 oF. High: 70-74 oF.
  • Wednesday: Mostly sunny and seasonably cool. Northwest wind 8-13 mph. Low: 50-54 oF. High: 68-72 oF.
  • Thursday: Mostly sunny and seasonably cool. Northwest wind 10-15 mph. Low: 52-56 oF. High: 68-72 oF.
  • Friday: Seasonably cool with increasing clouds and showers possible overnight (30% chance). Northeast wind 10-15 mph. Low: 52-56 oF. High: 68-72 oF.

Five Day Coastal Flooding Forecast:

  • Coastal nuisance flooding is not anticipated 26-30 September.

ISSUED: 26 September 2022 at 0820
NEXT FORECAST: 28 September 2022
FORECASTER: Meteorologist A.R. Davies | Follow on Facebook


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