JMII
(Weather Master)
Sun Aug 02 2020 11:44 AM
Re: Isaias Forecast Lounge

It looks impressive on the satellite but the radar tells a different story. None of that energy ever wraps around the low pressure center. You can watch these strong cells build up, start rotating, then spin themselves out like a car taking a corner too quickly. Its almost like there is an invisible net that is catching all the rain resulting in Isaias being just 1/2 a storm.

Small, quick moving squalls are coming ashore from the Cape up to Daytona. As the storm continues to track NNW points further north along the coast will encounter rain bands.

The center of Isaias is dry and not very windy at all so I'd monitor these radars loops for a better idea on localized tropical effects.
https://www.weather.gov/mlb/
https://www.sfwmd.gov/weather-radar/current-weather-conditions



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