Sun Jun 29 2014 08:11 PM
Re: Invest 91L Forecast Lounge

Looking at the latest round of models it appears that the system is unlikely to make landfall over Florida, so much of the worst of the weather will be in the ocean. Some rain bands may hit the coast along Florida, but most won't be too bad. It will enhance the afternoon storms for the next day or two, though.

The stalling for a few days then scooting northeast has the biggest odds right now, but it still will need to be watched as always. It may be close for North Carolina too, in fact a bit too close, but if it manages to stay east it won't be that bad at all.

Those along the east coast from Florida to the Carolinas need to keep watch, especially from about Cape Fear, NC north through the outer banks late this week. Remember, this is only a forecast lounge guess.

Beyond North Carolina it would likely turn quickly to the east and out to sea.

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