Quote: It appears we here in Peninsular Florida can calm down a bit.
What makes you think that???
DATA FROM A TWO-AIRCRAFT SYNOPTIC SURVEILLANCE MISSION SHOWS THAT A MID/UPPER-LEVEL RIDGE REMAINS WELL ESTABLISHED ALONG 26N OVER FLORIDA AND THE ADJACENT GULF OF MEXICO. A LOW-LEVEL RIDGE IS ALSO PRESENT...BUT IS SOMEWHAT WEAKER. GUIDANCE MODELS ARE IN GOOD AGREEMENT THAT Dennis SHOULD CONTINUE GENERALLY NORTHWESTWARD FOR ABOUT 24 HR. AFTER THAT TIME...THERE IS SOME DIVERGENCE...WITH THE UKMET TAKING Dennis NORTHWESTWARD TOWARD LOUISIANA...THE CANADIAN TAKING Dennis NORTHWARD ALONG THE FLORIDA WEST COAST...AND THE OTHER GUIDANCE IN BETWEEN.
The Discussion points to some High Pressure still being in place over FL. I am not saying all clear, but the panic should calm down some. Keep and eye but I think this Discussion was somewhat promising for us here on the Central to South FL.
Hold on to your hats..the all clear signal hasn't been sounded..Did u read Clarks latest blog...the ridge slightly intensified today but should only be temporary..the UL feature diving down into the western Gulf is not strong enuff in the models...he is still thinking more northerly than northwest & says the models will probably shift back to the east during their next run
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