|Look at the bright side. |
It can't rain on your parade anymore after Thursday.
TODAY: Transition day in store as winds become more southerly albeit quite light. Off and on clouds especially over the east half of the state with a chance of a quick sprinkle or perhaps a shower however
very isolated they will be, if any. Highs inland near 80F - 82F and closer to the upper 70Fs near the coast except in areas where cloud cover persists where it will be a bit cooler.
MONDAY: So far, looks like we might not have the inversion in place by morning, so fog chances or low cloud ceilings, per the NAM guidance, look less likely. Warm, with a high in the lower 80Fs and maybe some mid 80Fs most everywhere with SW winds ahead of an approaching front. It looks like this front could go through dry, with only some increased cloud coverage by late day toward dark especially. Otherwise, another warmer evening in store.
TUESDAY: In appears the front will glide through Central positions between 11Am through 3PM, with Dead Central targeted for around the 1PM time frame. Winds becoming more west before frontal passage and then WNW-NW and eventually Northerly into Tuesday night. Cooler, especially west of US1. Those least effected by the front on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning early will be those along A1A south of the Cape and then toward all of South Florida and the Keys.
WEDNESDAY: Wednesday looks to be the coolest day around the clock, with a light east wind and partly cloudy skies. Highest in the upper 60Fs to low 70Fs.
Another front is approaching perfectly timed for the End of the World as we know it.
DOOMSDAY FORECASTS: SOS! - At time, scheduled for the 21st at High Noon. Intense tornadoes, flooding rains, basketball sized hail, and constant cloud to ground lightning will be occurring as Seismic Richter Scale 10+ Magnitude Earthquakes devastate the landscape preluding the 100 foot tidalic surges of heaving ocean waves.
The worst part about it? The cold front will be passing through at the same time, so those who survive will have to potentially experience the coolest weather we've had all season. The plus side though,all things considered, is that the GFS might be overdoing the temperatures a bit too low as is often the case this far out in time. So far, the day after this front we could see highs barely cracking 60F with lows in the 40Fs to close to 50F at the beaches. Therefore, it is suggested to pack the parka with your survival gear along with the Life Time supply you saved of Twinkies (which went out of style according to the Mayan Prophecy calendars right as scheduled. Apparently they never foresaw Pop Tarts).
|Good luck with this one|