WE NEED RAIN HERE, BUT STORMS TURN AWAY!

Cool and dry for us this week, while NAKIA will only send big waves to our beaches.

Some people got the impression that tropical storm LEE was going to come this way over the weekend; even though all forecasts by the National Hurricane Center agreed with computer models that had the storm barely creeping over Louisiana and Mississippi over the weekend. Most of us agreed that a weakened LEE was waiting to be connected to the Great Lakes cold front that would pull LEE towards the northeast across Alabama to the Appalachians. That same front is causing a soggy day for the mid-Atlantic states, giving us a taste of autumn, and is combining with the upper level westerly winds to turn hurricane KATIA away from the U.S. east coast. The cool, dry air now now filtering into north Florida and southeast Georgia will give us a taste of autumn every morning this week.

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2 Responses to “WE NEED RAIN HERE, BUT STORMS TURN AWAY!”


  1. 1 danny September 7, 2011 at 5:22 am

    the next one thats coming dont look like its going to turn away


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