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Has Spring Begun?

Sun Mar 26, 2017 9:45 am by sangria

Spring began on March 20th....unless you prefer to use "Meteorological Spring," which began March 1st.

Things are starting to get active, as we have seen over the past couple of weeks.  The upcoming few weeks appear to be a continuation.  Larry Cosgrove (met from Houston) puts out a great weekly newsletter, with graphics and his general forecast for the upcoming short term, mid term, and long …

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Southeast US Weather Blog

Thu Jan 05, 2017 7:04 pm by StAugustineFL

Feel free to post anything weather related if in the southeast USA

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Thu Oct 06, 2016 1:47 pm by gomexwx

Hurricane warnings are out from South Florida to the mid South Carolina Coast. If in this area you should now be finishing all preparation. Be prepared to be without power for a week or more.

I think what worries me the most in this situation is last minute panic. Some will wait and see and not evacuate the …

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Tropical Storm Hermine UPDATE 9/1/16

Thu Aug 25, 2016 8:03 am by gomexwx

UPDATE 9/1/16:
Hermine has found the weakness from the trough and will make landfall on the Florida Panhandle near Apalachicola tonight

Expect wind gust of over 80mph due to forward speed of the storm on it's East side.

Rainfall totals will be higher East of the Storm.

To my friend San just North of Tampa. Got Boat? You could get …

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Hump Day Howling

Wed Sep 02, 2015 4:02 pm by gomexwx

Ok, it's Hump Day and there is nobody on the site. Guess I will give the bots a reason to be here and write a Hump Day Blog.

Today we start with Fred, Fred smashed the Cape Verde Islands earlier this week Hurricane force winds . Today Fred is getting a taste of Sal,this dry air will keep him in check. As you can see Fred is chewing vigorously and swallowing tons of dust . The dust has made it …

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Tropics Tonight

Sat Aug 29, 2015 6:06 pm by gomexwx

Seeing how Erika, got destroyed by shear from El Nino ,or in the case of this year "El NoNo", we can only talk about remnants and waves. So since we are concentrating on the Atlantic Basin,we will start in the Eastern Atlantic and work our way West.
First: Near latitude 10N and Longitude 20W we have a vigorous tropical wave exiting the African Continent
This could be the next named system. This …

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Tropical Storm Erika

Fri Aug 28, 2015 12:35 pm by gomexwx

Good Morning.
Today we will discuss the possible future of Tropical Storm Erika.
Erika started it's adventure in the Central Atlantic after rolling off the African West Coast as a strong tropical wave which is typical during the Cape Verde Season.
Erika has already claimed lives in the Caribbean on the Island of Dominica where four people are known dead and at least twenty people are missing. …

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Hurricane Danny

Thu Aug 20, 2015 4:40 pm by StAugustineFL

With the 11AM NHC advisory Tropical Storm Danny attained hurricane status with maximum sustained winds of 75mph.  Danny becomes the 4th named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season and the 1st hurricane.  Mimimum central pressure was estimated at 992MB with a steady movement to the WNW at 12mph.

Fig1:  Goes visible floater of Hurricane Danny ending at 19:45 UTC …

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Watch the Gulf

Sat Jun 13, 2015 11:56 am by gomexwx

Watch the Gulf of Mexico the next week as a surface low off the Coast of Yucatan could be the Gulf's first tropical system of 2015..

Here is a look at the system:

This system should move west followed by turn to the Northwest as it enters the Southwest Gulf of Mexico .

Wind Shear in the area is at 20kts but the shear should decrease to below the …

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