Category Archives: Weekly summary

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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Hot and dry

Rainy season is turning into a bust. There hasn’t even been hints of convection. This is promising. HIGH PRES ALOFT OVER THE W GULF OF MEX AND THE SOUTHERN GREAT PLAINS MAINTAINS THIS POSITION THROUGH SAT NIGHT AS AN UPPER … Continue reading

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Uninteresting weather

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 … Continue reading

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Week ending 22 May 2010

This week might just herald the rainy seasons start. Here in South FL that date is typically when the dewpoint remains above 70F, and convective seabreeze storms are a daily occurrence. By this morning, the dewpoint has remained above 70F … Continue reading

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