The past week or so has been so uninteresting meteorologically speaking. We are currently watching 93L sputter its way through the hurricane graveyard. Subsidence and growing easterlies are preventing any real seabreeze t-storms from popping here. There were some indeed spectacular clouds uselessly out in the Everglades early this week. Most of the time for the past 2 days have seen just little rain events that last 5 minutes with nothing very redeeming about them.
Hoping the pattern changes soon, cuz these persistent easterlies indicate a strong Bermuda high which prevents the long tracker fish hurricanes that we all love so much, and redirect them directly to America’s wang.