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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".

Friday, April 6, 2012

Isolated Showers/Thunder..Most Numerous South Central/South

Image shows 11AM Front Position. Color codes show chance of ISOLATED fast moving showers and possible thunder heading toward the East Side of North Central being possible, with most likelihood existing
South Central and South Florida today prior to frontal passage
TODAY: Front sinking south from North Florida should slow down a bit today with heating of the day, but nonetheless press through dead Central around 3-4pm at the latest. Ahead of the boundary isolated showers and some thunder is possible, most likely toward SE Florida and Eastern portions of South Central as the day winds on. Some lightning is occurring as I type over South Florida..meanwhile, a thin band of showers which could grow toward thunder producers heading toward noon time and beyond  now occuring over NorthCentral and pressing east while sinking south with convergence along the front itself.

The front should be crossing Central Mid-afternoon and continue south through the early evening hours where the strongest of storm 'chances' would seem most likely.

TONIGHT/SATURDAY: Behind the front a surge of north to NE winds still appears likely, with gusts in the 20-25mph range and a chance of light showers from the Cape and South. The wind should die down most notably at first by early evening on Saturday working down the coast and through Saturday evening with partly to sometimes most cloudy skies at times, mainly again from the Cape South. 

Shower chances after Saturday morning might be limited to sprinkles and maybe a some localized measurable amounts right near the east coast from  Brevard County to the winds level off in the 15-22mph range during the day.

EASTER: Winds from the east around 10-18mph, with maybe some higher gusts earlier in the day, with very isolated sprinkles near the coast under partly cloudy skies. Winds decrease throughout the day though, so that by Monday and Tuesday these winds will be all but completely diminished to light under partly afternoon skies.

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