Thursday, October 13, 2011

STORM UPDATE: Coastal Event

4:30 PM EDT 10/13/11: As a front moves towards the East Coast, a trough will keep the area weather rainy. The front should push through by tomorrow, but the unsettled weather should remain, at least in the Northeast, into the weekend. The West remains under a high pressure that will keep the skies clear.



Precip Projections from 8 AM Friday to 8 AM Saturday 


9:10 AM EDT 10/12/11 VISIT: Stormcast Zoneour Tropical Zone or our zones in Southern Georgia or North Carolina in facebook.  Moderate rain will accompany the slow-moving system moving up the Eastern part of the Country. Thunderstorms may be embedded throughout the system. The upper-level energy is weakening, which will bring the rainfall totals down and bit. The rain will continue along the Atlantic Coast, arriving in New England by tomorrow.

HPC Rainfall-Wednesday/Friday



STORM UPDATE : Southeast Coastal Event

11:10 AM EDT 10/11/11:  October 11 
VISIT: Stormcast Zoneour Tropical Zone or our zones in Southern Georgia or North Carolina in facebook.


The blocking Low that has prevented the SE precipitation from moving North with break down today, allowing rain to move up the Atlantic Coast. This disturbance is slow-moving, and should last into the weekend, or longer in New England, with rainfall totals exceeding 2 inches in localized areas. Small Craft, High Surf, Riptide Statements are posted from Central Florida to Connecticut at this time.

Water Vapor Imagery 1015 EDT
8:30 AM EDT 10/10/2011 | For current details on the Southeast & Mid-Atlantic rain potential this week, visit our Stormcast Zoneour Tropical Zone or our zones in Southern Georgia or North Carolina in facebook.

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