Quote: Yes, there is definitely the threat for tornadoes with these two systems combining. If they are going to issue hurricane watches/warnings somewhere along the coast, expect to see tornado watches go up with them. If anything, it will be an interesting Monday.
The Melbourne AFD stated it clearly for me and I think that this looks like a repeat of the 1993 No Name for those of us north of the eye.
Quote: SUN...COLD FRONT WILL MOVE QUICKLY ACROSS THE CWA BEFORE STALLING ACROSS THE SOUTHERN COUNTIES. ISENTROPIC UPGLIDE ASSOCIATED WITH TROPICAL MOISTURE ADVANCING NORTHWARD WILL PRODUCE PERIODS OF RAINFALL THROUGHOUT THE DAY. TEMPERATURES WILL BE NOTICEABLY COOLER WITH HIGHS ONLY REACHING THE UPPER 70S ACROSS THE NORTHERN ZONES. FARTHER SOUTH...PREFRONTAL WARM ADVECTION WILL STILL RESULT IN HIGHS IN MID 80S. THE THREAT FOR TORNADOES WILL ALSO INCREASE THROUGHOUT THE DAY AS THE ADVANCING CYCLONE EXPLOITS THE INHERENT SHEAR ALONG THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY.
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