NEW STORM BERYL WILL BE NEAR ALBERTO’S BREEDING PLACE

The stage is set for the next storm BERYL to form east of the Carolinas.[/

It looks like there will be a second named storm before the official beginning of the 2012 Hurricane season. Conditions are becoming more favorable for a tropical depression or subtropical storm to form in a rainy area that moved from the Upper Florida Keys and the Bahamas on Friday. If it reaches Alberto’s breeding area off the Carolina coast this weekend, it should be blocked by a ridge of high pressure across the northeastern U.S.

Our northeast Florida area should be on the dry side of the circulation through Sunday; however, I’m not so sure the storm will remain stationary there. Remember how Alberto last weekend moved southwestward from that area last weekend? The northeast winds on the eastern side of the large high pressure dome centered over the Mississippi Valley could push the new storm to our area around Memorial Day.

Stay tuned each day for breaking news on this developing situation throughout the entire weekend!

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