SYNOPSIS...A cold front across the northern and central waters will move S today, and will stall near Cape Fear tonight. Mariners should use caution in and near any thunderstorms near the cold front today. Stronger thunderstorms can produce very gusty winds and very rough seas. The stalled front will lift N as a warm front and reach the central waters Mon as low pressure develops and strengthens just E and NE of the Virginia Capes later Mon. The low will continue to strengthen while tracking E over the central and northern waters Mon night, with a trailing cold front moving SE from the central into the southern waters. The front will stall just S of the southern waters Tue into Tue night as weak high pressure builds to the N of the front. Weak low pressure will form along the front Tue night just S of the waters, with the low passing E and SE of the region during Wed. High pressure will briefly build E and SE over the waters Wed into Wed night as another cold front approaches from the NW. The weakening cold front will move SE across the waters Thu followed by strong high pressure building E and SE over the region Thu night.