berrywr
(Weather Analyst)
Sun Oct 09 2011 06:01 PM
Re: Florida Conditions/Observations in Your Area

It definitely isn't tropical...however gradience on the south side is much weaker than the north side of the system. Shear remains quite strong at 40 knots and either a cutoff upper low or major shortwave lies to its northwest and that isn't indicative of the environment becoming more friendly and a major longwave deepening along the eastern USA is indicative of possibly a Nor'Easter style low...extratropical being pulled up the coast. We"re seeing clusters of light rain showers here in Columbus, GA and really need the rain moving SE to NW...not a typical direction here.


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