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NWS warns entire county plus Southern PBC

http://inws.wrh.noaa.gov/weather/alertinfo/3596363 Yikes! Now thats a warning area! It’s essentially the entire metro. The storms yesterday that formed out of the same pattern had quite the gust front (30mph+) so better safe than sorry right?! Expect heavy wind, blowing rain, some … Continue reading

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Tstorms are LIKELY today!

70% chance of thunderstorms have been announced for the SE Florida region by the Miami NWS office.  All week we have been in a general SSW-SW flow at the surface which will enhance the seabreeze, and push any storms that … Continue reading

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Tornado hits Tamarac!

I’ll update this post as I gather videos, pics, etc from public places.  For now, the official report from NOAA regarding this rare summertime Florida tornado. http://www.srh.noaa.gov/images/mfl/news/TamaracTornado.pdf The twister started out as a heavily rotating wall cloud at University/Commercial: The … Continue reading

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Yesterday redux

Yesterday had widespread storms across most of the metro, including a very nice storm over Weston which prompted a significant weather event advisory from the Miami NWS office. There was some limited street flooding in the NW suburbs from the … Continue reading

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TS Emily forms near the graveyard

Invest 91L has been teasing us with development potential for days now.  Convection had been pulsing up and down, circulation centers have been bouncing around, becoming unstacked, tilted, sheared away – and yesterday while crossing Martinique, the hunters found her … Continue reading

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Hot, Humid, and not much chance for rain

Today has us in the throes of the Easterlies.  Well south-easterlies.  This will deign to bring us more heat and humidity, but the light nature of these winds will mean any storms that form will stay put.  In the upper … Continue reading

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