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Friday, September 18, 2009

The "Lid" Has Elevated -- But Not Enough

Conditions are overall identical to yesterday over the Southeast U.S. in the large scale of things. The only thing different today for East Central Florida is that the strong cap has become a tad more elevated today, thus giving rise to more big puffy clouds that are growing a little more elevated.
However, the lid is just right up there a notch higher, but probably too low for clouds to produce in vertical extent enought for anything more than a barely detectable mist for a minute or two as they linger along the coast line into the early afternoon.

Conditions today will remain with these possible mists under otherwise partly cloudy skies. The chance of even a mist will be gone by 2pm though, as drier air aloft moves in.