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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".

Monday, March 4, 2019

Risk of "Thunder East Central" - Much Cooler Wednesday

Little change from previous post. A cold front is entering North Central Florida to cross Central Direct toward sunset. Best convergence for storm formation in the midst of instability and bulk shear/cold air aloft st nearly right on the boundary alone. 

With the boundary across Central late today best risk of showers and thunder should be near/south of I4 and more specifically give or take 30 -40 miles either side of the 528 from Orlando to Canaveral.

Most activity will be in the form of 'showers' thought thunder is possible.

TUESDAY: Front will have slid to South Florida but the colder air is still waiting on the wings
further north. There are hints that Tuesday will be mostly cloudy and much cooler than recent days.

WEDNESDAY; The 'True Front" will cross rapidly south of Central near midnight Tuesday night with some gustier NW winds and significantly drier air to follow. 

From this point on the forecast holds fast to the previous post. 

Lows in the mid-upper 40Fs many areas, coldest north of I-4.

 Lows closest to the 50F mark from the Cape south along the east coast, though upper 40Fs might well be realized north of  Melbourne at the beaches, especially north of the Cape. 60F might not be realized north of I4.

THURSDAY: Wind dies down but continued cool with highs in the mid 60Fs

FRIDAY-SATURDAY  Friday starts out cool but a quick warm up after sunrise will ensure a 'back to normal' day as wind becomes easterly and progressively more southerly into Saturday morning.

SATURDAY  Very pleasantly warm day

SUNDAY  Warm with southerly wind,chance of showers and thunder many areas ahead of a next front.

What will happen with this next front? Hard to say, latest guidance backed off a bit for another big 'cool blast' come Tuesday and Wednesday of next week but rather shows a much more settle change in wind direction and rapid rebound to normal, other than a day or two close to 'normal', though yes a cold front, just not nearly as impactful.

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