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Rain chances and tropics
The weather pattern is changing every day at an increased pace. But, we believe what is going on now has NOTHING to do with the winter forecast. This is something that we will concern ourselves with 5 or 6 weeks from now.
Below is the NAM forecast for Thursday morning. The front is now forecasted to sneak into northern Missouri and with the flow aloft from the northwest I am thinking that our chance of thunderstorms is increased a bit. Also look at the surface low forecasted to be over Florida. The peak of hurricane season occurs this week and it is getting active. Watch the thunderstorm complex forming east of Florida. If anything is going to happen then this area will blow up with thunderstorms within a couple of days.
Posted by at September 5, 2005 9:56 PM
when are you going to issue your winter forecast?????
The winter forecast will be issued at the beginning of November... around November 10th.
Hang in there! ;)
Posted by: matt at September 6, 2005 2:36 AM
Gary, how's the magic 8 ball look for an outdoor wedding on Saturday, Sept 24th? Will it still be warm and dry?
This warm, dry pattern is changing. By Tuesday of next week, things could turn a bit wetter around here! The latest data is showing cool and dry conditions for your wedding day... but take it with a grain of salt because that is still a LONG way off! 360 hours to be exact! Stay tuned for more updates... and feel free to inquire again as we get closer! :) And congrats, btw!
Posted by: julie at September 7, 2005 3:21 PM