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"From its chamber comes the whirlwind, and cold from the scattering winds." - Job 37:9.

"The wind blows to the south and turns to the north; round and round it goes, ever returning on its course".

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Warmest Since Early September Today

The heat is finally going to be on today, and more so as we go through Tuesday. Chance of rain is pretty much nil during this period as well.

SYNOPSIS:Strong high pressure continues just to the east of Florida, and clockwise circulation around this high will generate a SSE wind of 10-20 mph this afternoon under mostly partly cloudy skies. Although the air will be humid, warm air aloft will preclude air parcels from rising much to create the ever so desired thunderstorms.

TODAY-TUESDAY: Patches of altocumulus clouds will be the predominant cloud status...with a few stratocu thrown in for good measure, but it will be mostly sunny for the most part with a high near 85 along the coast and near 90 as one works their way west and away from the coast.

Temperatures will be a few degrees warmer on Sunday and enjoy. No rain is in the outlook until at least Wednesday...and I'd bet my bottom dollar that even that possibility will be slim pickins.

We are literally in the lull before the proverbial storm(s) which begin in earnest on June 1. I don't see any real cool weather on the horizon..although we can still expect some days of slightly cooler mornings from time to time before summer comes into full swing.

Enjoy! And keep that sunscreen handy ;-)

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