Category Archives: Daily update
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
The past few days have seen fabulous storms blow up over most of the East Coast Metro (see the pics!) These storms have been moderately active electrically and contained a significant amount of rain. There was a classic gust front … Continue reading
Here is a nice roll cloud that appeared over Coral Springs today.
Hurricane Paula quickly spins up off the coast of Honduras/Nicaragua. THe outflow from this girl is bringing overcast skies, tropical moisture to SFL today and tomorrow. After that I’m on a plane to Vegas – so screw it.
Within the next 48 hours we will have a PWAT approaching 3 inches, which is absolutely astounding. Its associated with a chunk of very moist tropical air moving up from the NW Carribean over Cuba into S FL and up … Continue reading
Stubborn Easterlies have not relented all rainy season, and as its soon to be over, I’m quite pissy about it. We have had nothing but HP near us pretty much all of Sept. Yet there is still a weakness in … Continue reading