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

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Monday, October 1, 2012

Good Shot At Rain and Thunderstorms Today - Tuesday

Chance of Larger Rainfall Totals but nothing Extra ordianry along the East coast, first best guess shown in the Purple Area
TODAY/TUESDAY: Frontal boundary easily visible to the left in the above image extending into the Gulf.

East coast side shore to slightly onshore will aid in convergence with predominantly increasing SSW Flow aloft  should work and speed up earlier outflows and boundaries northward into Central and Possibly NE Florida, where there is a chance of some stronger activity due to better wind shear, although best instability might be near and South of I/4.  Not much different tomorrow as it looks now...

WEDNESDAY: Boundary sinks into Central but becomes rapidly diffused and stretched out as the parent low is well to the north over the Great Lakes Region at least...high pressure starts to reassert across the remaining boundary with a bit of an inverted trough extending from the Yucatan to Central Florida providing for at least one more day of better rain chances before decreasing some, but not entirely into next weekend. No temperature changes appreciably worth noting.

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