I think I am seeing that this current cold front moving through Central Florida tonight and tomorrow morning will be gone soon but the swath of dry air behind it is narrow and the media forecasts the dry air to last in the Central Florida area for about three days. Then it "looks" like another possible burst of a front behind the dry air that might synchronize with the left overs of the system that looks like it is crossing Mexico at this time. I am being general so as not to speculate that anything could develop so early for the gulf but the 2nd week in June will be approaching and I read an astonishing number of predictions for named systems by the 2nd week in June for the gulf/atlantic side of the pond. It is looking eriely as though this may be true even as local media are saying the chances of a system forming are low and even if it did form that it would be moving away from populated areas into the Eastern atlantic. Sheesh! its too early to have the media reassuring us that the systems that are too early are not going to bother us. That is supposed to happen in July!
-------------------- God commands. Laymen guess. Scientists record.
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