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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".

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Better Chance of Showers/Thunder On Wednesday - Light Winds Next Week

Distant Ocean Storm Earlier in Month

TODAY: Considerable cloudiness and breezy especially along the east coast as winds slowly veer to the east through southeast and eventually south and decrease after nightfall. Chance of sprinkles in some locations and even some small measurable amounts here and there but in general an early fall onshore flow type scenario typical of this time of year is fully at hand.

WEDNESDAY: Overnight wind will become south and eventually southwest before sunrise and pick up a bit. This means Wednesday will be the first day in quite a while we will have lost an east coast onshore flow. Finally! *but not for long. 

Cloud cover will be an issue perhaps at least earlier but the GFS model is continually implying sufficient CAPE (destabilization of the atmosphere) for at least showers to form beyond sprinkle category. There is even a chance of thunder toward the east coast mainly south of I-4 and nearer toward I-95 and east thereof , south toward West Palm Beach though a few thunders might he heard elsewhere south of I-10 though very remote if at all. The main highlight for Wednesday is the better chance of some organized convective type rainfall with some 'thunder aloft' possible (mainly) but would be worth watching for more than that if we have an sufficient clearing..considering winds aloft will be rather strong.

Green shows best chance of a shower today / or tomorrow.
 Orange is for possible thunder on Wednesday after 2pm through sunset

THURSDAY-BEYOND: Weak frontal boundary will drop south across the remainder of the state into Thursday and rapidly be bridged across by High pressure's clockwise circulation passing along the north Gulf and the South east states. Wind starts out light from the north in the mornings by Friday -Saturday so mornings will be a bit cooler but eventually becomes flat out on shore by Sunday/Monday time frame and remains so for at least a week . This will be a drier flow with only some clouds with mild-warm temperatures remaining for quite some time to come. Starting out still quite warm with highs in the lower-mid 80s most locations. 

 Lows in the lower to mid-70Fs (esp. at the beaches) and highs in the lower to mid 80Fs going into next week for the locations away from the direct influence of the onshore flow. Some mid-upper 60Fs restricted to mainly locations away from the coast.

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