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area in Atlantic east of Jacksonville with slim chance for development
      #114976 - Wed Jul 10 2024 09:18 AM

8am 7/10 NHC identified area offshore from NE FL with a slim chance for development this week before it slides north to the Carolinas:


https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo.php?basin=atlc&fdays=2

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Re: area in Atlantic east of Jacksonville with slim chance for development [Re: IsoFlame]
      #114978 - Thu Jul 11 2024 08:04 AM

Woke up this morning @ 6:10am to a heavy thunderstorm that dumped nearly one inch in 25 minutes accompanied by gusty north wind. About 5 minutes of Intense lightning during the height of the storm with about a dozen close proximity strikes, most hitting just offshore over the ocean.

Radar indicated that the relatively narrow/broken band of showers with embedded t-storms that pushed down and off the coast from the NNW was associated with the larger area of convection a hundred or so miles out over the Atlantic that the hurricane center is monitoring with a 10% chance of development.

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