(Weather Master)
Mon Oct 17 2011 11:50 AM
Re: Northwest Caribbean Likely to Develop This Week.

correct.. once the LLC moved into the S GOM late last night... the center then spun off to the SW due to Shear and the flow in the midlevels became more of a trough set up NNE to SW from along the Yucitan NE to S Florida. LLC was on the western side of the trough so its backing now SW. A new LLC but not tropical in nature will develop later today and tonight further up north of 25N.. probably 26-29N and 85W and become to main non-tropical low as it develop and moves across the Big Bend of Florida and up the east coast. This is a set up normally in March when systems develop over the GOM and pull northward.

What's this mean? Wind.. and T-Storms (non lightning event) and rainfall of up to 6 inches.. so flooding will likely happen.. Winds won't be the factor but it will be breezy on Tuesday into Tuesday night. Weds a strong cold front will dive south and cool temps to 10-15dg below normal .. highs in the 60s north of I-4 on Thurs,Friday.. low-mid 70s south. Lows 40s north of I-4..50s S florida and along west coast up thru Clearwater.

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