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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".

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Similar To Yesterday, Same Through Saturday

The only difference today is temperature aloft might be a bit cooler in the red zone east central, otherwise, the wind patterns have changed very little. The rest is up to chance
TODAY: Not much different than yesterday, same holds for the weekend. Upper level trough to deepen with the core low well toward the Great Lakes if not Canada. As it 'deepens' (or pressures fall) so too will the trough over the eastern 1/3 of the U.S.  which could increase steering toward the east coast (mainly northern 2/3rd of state) a bit more by the weekend. Otherwise, deep moisture with drying in the mid levels, cool temps aloft that are less than otherwise   a full bore tropical environment, could lead to some stronger storms with heavy rainfall mainly beginning after 5pm through dark if not later contingent upon remaining out flow boundaries and unadulterated, energized areas awaiting to activate.

Activity most likely to work off the east coast from North Brevard on up, but propagation from those  storms could result in enhanced activity further south to work both east and to the south and move off shore as far south as almost Vero or so, if those areas are not too worked over  early on or are encompassed by high level cirrus from earlier activity. Once it is dark, it becomes irrelevant as lifted condensations levels will be then be lower making it easier for storms to self-sustain a bit longer..and move faster on their own accord by self propagation within their own storm mechanism structure. Would not be surprised to see some severe warnings and reports today, or bordering toward that due to winds...maybe pea hail to smaller than that.

BEYOND: Continued storm chances each and every day with heavy rainfall and gusty winds in and near the storms, especially toward evening. We received here 1.80" of rain in a relatively short time frame after dark last night, with powerful CG lightning mainly off shore as the storms regenerated yet even still. Some gust winds were realized as well, knocking pool furniture into the pool.

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