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

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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

East- Central/North Isolated Shower Sprinkle Possible

At 1:30PM EDT a cloud line apparently along the outer periphery of a mid-level high pressure system is pressing toward the east central and Northeast Coast. Wind 'could' increase slightly along the coast as it presses on shore accompanied by a  small, isolated shower or two.  The moisture will continue well inland toward the west coast late afternoon and into the evening.
Sea breeze convergence could enhance this otherwise benign feature late today to generate an isolated thunderstorm near the Tampa area today and tomorrow.
Otherwise, a short wave trough could generate severe weather toward the east half of Kansas today. This trough could be the beginning of a pattern change for Florida by the weekend for several days there on out. 

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