WRAPPING UP SEPTEMBER 2009

No storms. Just easterly trade winds with tropical waves.

No storms. Just easterly trade winds with tropical waves.

The official Jacksonville rain totals for September have been near 7 inches, but over 5 inches fell on the first 2 days of the month, leaving most of the month short on rainfall. Over the years our wettest Septembers have usually been those with tropical storms. Those with more than 12 inches have been 1979 (David), 1984 (isidore), 1985 (Floyd), 1989 (front trailing Hugo), and 1999 (Floyd).
Looking to the weekend, we will be partly sunny and hot. Any pop-up showers should be brief and isolated. A few thunderstorms may be expected well inland near the Gulf coast seabreeze along I-75 south.
A stray coastal shower may develop near the coast in the morning; otherwise, our beaches will be mostly sunny and warm with a nice seabreeze in the afternoon. Rip currents (runouts) may be a hazard at times, so be careful in the surf.
Happy weekend!

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