Unregistered User
Mon Sep 27 2010 03:33 PM
Re: TD16 Forecast Lounge

one thing that is fairly certain with the developing scenario is that the east central coastline of Florida will experience a prolonged period of strong onshore winds from around thursday into and possibly thru the weekend. a coastal erosion event is becoming increasingly likely given the gradient between the low pressure areas traversing the stalled front and strong high pressure to the north.

i sure hope that several days of heavy/soaking rain accompany the low pressure areas as they work N/NE along the frontal boundary. as of today i have recorded only 1.69" of rain in september, which is on track to break the previous monthly low rain total (18-yr records) of 2.67" in 2008, following the 2nd driest august with 3.54", following the driest July with a meager 1.03", following the second driest June with 2.76". the last time it rained more than an inch of rain in a 24-hour period was on May 25th!

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