MikeCAdministrator
(Admin)
Tue Sep 28 2010 03:09 PM
TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Currently it is dark in Orlando, but the rain is not quite here.

This is the place to put up conditions in your area from Nicole/TD#16.


vineyardsaker
(Weather Guru)
Tue Sep 28 2010 03:16 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Strong lightening storms this morning in New Smyrna Beach, now mostly light rain and overcast. S-SE winds reported as 6kts.

Edski
(Verified CFHC User)
Tue Sep 28 2010 03:21 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Nothing in Tampa but moist air and a general overcast (can see the sun through the clouds occasionally, little if any shadows from the sun)...

The radar I'm looking at (about 20 minutes old) shows a strong line of showers coming up from the south - I'd be more inclined to call that band an "interaction" feature rather than a true feeder to the depression, but I suppose it could easily evolve into a feeder band.


Wingman51
(Weather Guru)
Tue Sep 28 2010 03:41 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Heavy lightening storm right now in the Orange Lake Area of West Orange county - - heavy rain and very dark - - really feels pretty good though - - pulled a lot of humidity out of the air

Unregistered User
(Unregistered)
Tue Sep 28 2010 03:42 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Overcast in Palm Beach - No rain yet

gsand
(Weather Watcher)
Tue Sep 28 2010 03:54 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Palm Bay-1953z
Overcast, moderate rain T/H 78/60 Winds Calm B 29.64


Mike V
(Weather Watcher)
Tue Sep 28 2010 04:03 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Miami:

Just had thunderstorm move through my area, I'm about 3 miles west of downtown Miami, a bit of wind with it, and now it is gone. Skies have gotten dark.

Mike V


B.C.Francis
(Storm Tracker)
Tue Sep 28 2010 04:33 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Moderate to heavy rain here in Brevard County. Had some heavy rain yesterday. I remember a storm maybe 9-10 years ago (I could be off a year or two) that came across the state and went off shore I think between Vero and Ft Pierce and started to get its act together. It caught us with are pants down with a hotel full of guests, lots of rain and wind for 4-6 hours before it moved northeast away from us. Maybe the same scenario tomorrow??????? We need the rain

Unregistered User
(Unregistered)
Tue Sep 28 2010 04:42 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

In Boca Raton, it is dark and raining. Winds must be sustained at around 15 with gusts of 20-25, possibly more.

Unregistered User
(Unregistered)
Tue Sep 28 2010 05:51 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Quote:

Moderate to heavy rain here in Brevard County. Had some heavy rain yesterday. I remember a storm maybe 9-10 years ago (I could be off a year or two) that came across the state and went off shore I think between Vero and Ft Pierce and started to get its act together. It caught us with are pants down with a hotel full of guests, lots of rain and wind for 4-6 hours before it moved northeast away from us. Maybe the same scenario tomorrow??????? We need the rain




I assume it was Irene of '99. But I'm not sure. Irene exited out somewhere between West Palm Beach and Port Saint Lucie


KC
(Weather Hobbyist)
Tue Sep 28 2010 06:03 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Bands of heavy rain and t-storms throughout the afternoon in Naples and SW Florida.

Rosy
(Registered User)
Tue Sep 28 2010 06:26 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Ft. Myers checking in! The weather is matching my mood. Overcast since I got up this morning. Heavy downpour around 1. Now it's still overcast and sprinkling.

rayboat
(Registered User)
Tue Sep 28 2010 06:38 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Heavy Band of rain in Jupiter right now with gusty winds. My lawn will stay green for a while!

k___g
(Weather Guru)
Tue Sep 28 2010 11:24 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

I don't know if we have received this much rain in Orlando, in such a short period of time, all year. We had street flooding and trees down less than a quarter mile north of our condo.

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Sheeper
(Weather Hobbyist)
Wed Sep 29 2010 07:43 AM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

from Vero Beach.....dark. at 0745 it looks like 0500.

constant rain.....moderate since 0500. couple of heavy bands in the wee hours.

not much wind. a light breeze (5-10mph) maybe a gust up to 20mph.

expecting more of course....


Mike V
(Weather Watcher)
Wed Sep 29 2010 09:41 AM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Good Morning:

Right now as of this writing, light rain, no wind, Baro is 29.56". Mostly a non event so far.

MV


IsoFlame
(Weather Guru)
Wed Sep 29 2010 10:58 AM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

These 24-hr rain totals will put a dent in the summer-long drought...

MORNING REGIONAL TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE, FL
1004 AM EDT WED SEP 29 2010

24 HOUR (8AM-8AM) HIGH LOW RAINFALL (8 AM TO 8 AM)

DAB : DAYTONA BEACH INTL APT : 85 / 73 / 0.67
FPR : ST LUCIE COUNTY INTL APT : 85 / 74 / 0.79
LEE : LAKE COUNTY APT : 86 / 73 / 0.03
MLB : MELBOURNE INTL APT : 88 / 71 / 2.09
MCO : ORLANDO INTL APT : 87 / 71 / 2.57
ORL : ORLANDO EXEC APT : 88 / 70 / 1.77
SFB : ORLANDO SANFORD APT : 87 / 71 / 0.75
VRB : VERO BEACH APT : 87 / 74 / 0.53
XMR : CAPE CANAVERAL : M / M / 3.14

COOPERATIVE 24 HOUR
OBSERVATIONS REPORT TIME HIGH LOW RAINFALL

CLRF1: CLERMONT WED 08:00 AM : 84 / 70 / 0.23
DIAF1: DAYTONA BCH WTP WED 08:00 AM : 96 / 74 / 0.50
DELF1: DELAND WED 07:00 AM : 84 / 71 / 0.55
OKCF1: FORT DRUM WED 07:00 AM : 85 / 70 / 1.13
FPCF1: FORT PIERCE WP WED 07:00 AM : 84 / 75 / 0.65
KENF1: KENANSVILLE WED 08:30 AM : 88 / 70 / 1.40
KSSF1: KISSIMMEE WED 07:00 AM : 89 / 72 / 1.90
LSBF1: LISBON M : M / M / M
TSUF1: MELBOURNE BEACH WED 07:00 AM : 86 / 71 / 3.98
MLBF1: MELBOURNE NWS WED 07:00 AM : 89 / 70 / 2.60
NETF1: NETTLES ISLAND WED 07:40 AM : 84 / 73 / 3.30
OKEF1: OKEECHOBEE WED 07:00 AM : 84 / 74 / 0.00
PLBF1: PALM BAY WED 07:16 AM : 90 / 70 / 1.52
PLTF1: PLYMOUTH WED 07:00 AM : 85 / 71 / 1.10
PONF1: PONCE INLET WED 06:03 AM : 81 / 71 / 1.00
PTSF1: PORT SALERNO WED 07:00 AM : 91 / 71 / 2.80
SFNF1: SANFORD WED 06:00 AM : 88 / 72 / 0.40
SCMF1: SCOTTSMOOR WED 07:00 AM : 86 / 69 / 3.09
STRF1: STUART WED 07:24 AM : 84 / 71 / 4.62
TITF1: TITUSVILLE WED 08:00 AM : 95 / 72 / 1.85
VRBF1: VERO BEACH WED 08:15 AM : 85 / 72 / 0.57
ORWF1: WINDERMERE WED 05:45 AM : 88 / 74 / 0.66

SOUTH FL WATER MGMT DIST GAGES PCPN
KISF1 : KISSIMMEE LAKE : 1.11
KSAF1 : YEEHAW JUNCTION WEST : 2.63
KREF1 : LORIDA EAST : 1.12
KRLF1 : LORIDA NORHTEAST : 1.69
KSCF1 : CORNWELL NORTH : 0.80
KSDF1 : CORNWELL SOUTH : 1.10
KSEF1 : OKEECHOBEE WEST : 1.17

USGS GAGES
PTMF1: INDIANTOWN 9WSW SS : M
LDPF1: DOCTOR PHILLIPS 7WSW : 0.80
SCPF1: PINE CASTLE : 1.70
NELF1: INDIANTOWN 12WSW : M
TLCF1: TAYLOR CREEK : M
PSLF1: PORT ST LUCIE S-49 : M
RCSF1: LOUGHMAN 3NE : 1.35
SKSF1: OKEECHOBEE 6WSW : M
RCVF1: VINELAND 7W : 1.33
BLAF1: WINDERMERE 5SW : 0.98
NBSF1: TAYLOR CREEK 3ESE : M
CRAF1: ASTOR PARK 5SW : M
TPKF1: STUART 6W : M
CTKF1: TITUSVILLE 8ENE : 5.08
WELF1: BITHLO 10SSW : 1.48
KSCF1: CORNELL NORTH : 0.80
MASF1: MASCOTTE 3NE : 0.02
SLCF1: INDIANTOWN 10WSW : M
KSDF1: CORNWELL SOUTH : 1.10
HCMF1: MIMS 7NE : 0.96
MRFF1: MERRITT ISLAND 20N : 4.42
MRFF1: OKEECHOBEE 4N : 0.00
PRFF1: OKAHUMPKA 2E : 0.00
ORNF1: ORLANDO 6S : M
NCSF1: FORT PIERCE 8W : M
LSPF1: LAKE MARY 5WNW : 0.51
LGRF1: PIERSON 2WSW : 0.38

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Ed DunhamAdministrator
(Former Meteorologist & CFHC Forum Moderator (Ed Passed Away on May 14, 2017))
Wed Sep 29 2010 01:46 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Weather this morning in Grand Cayman seems to indicate an elongated system with multiple vorticies.
ED

1 PM (17) Sep 29 82 (28) 78 (26) 29.50 (0999) WNW 22
Noon (16) Sep 29 80 (27) 77 (25) 29.50 (0999) W 21 light rain
11 AM (15) Sep 29 80 (27) 78 (26) 29.50 (0999) WSW 23 light rain
10 AM (14) Sep 29 80 (27) 77 (25) 29.47 (0998) W 26 light rain showers
9 AM (13) Sep 29 78 (26) 77 (25) 29.47 (0998) W 28 rain showers
8 AM (12) Sep 29 77 (25) 77 (25) 29.47 (0998) WSW 23 rain with thunder
7 AM (11) Sep 29 80 (27) 77 (25) 29.44 (0997) SW 18 light rain


Ed DunhamAdministrator
(Former Meteorologist & CFHC Forum Moderator (Ed Passed Away on May 14, 2017))
Wed Sep 29 2010 11:32 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

At 30/03Z the remnant circulation was located at 25.4N 79.9W moving north northeast.

At 03Z:
FOWEY ROCKS 79 83 340/ 20/ 22 997.4R
SETTLEMENT POINT 78 160/ 22/ 26 998.8R

ED


Random Chaos
(Weather Analyst)
Thu Sep 30 2010 05:57 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Report on Nicole's post-tropical effect: Maryland (Annapolis area)

Weather station less than a mile from me has already had 7.51" of rain today. We are expecting another 2-5+ inches overnight tonight. A lot of tornado warnings, but no signs of damage or touchdowns.

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Ed in Va
(Weather Master)
Thu Sep 30 2010 07:40 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

From the College of Wm and Mary weather lab, 4.92 today and 8.62 since Monday. We were hoping to end our drought...success!! Probably our biggest rain event since Floyd, which was 18".

Random Chaos
(Weather Analyst)
Fri Oct 01 2010 08:15 AM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Storm has finally moved out. Total rainfall at a weather station about a mile from me was 11.44" of rain.

Some locations are reporting over 13"


Ed in Va
(Weather Master)
Fri Oct 01 2010 08:26 AM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

10.26 final reading here.

Random Chaos
(Weather Analyst)
Fri Oct 01 2010 07:12 PM
Re: TD#16/Nicole Conditions in your Area

Another personal weather station about the same distance from me had 12.84" of rain.


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