Friday, November 25, 2011

Giving Thanks... and Traveling Home

NOAA Water Vapor Imagery Loop
11:00 AM EST 11/25/11 | On this relatively quiet Happy Friday, we are thankful the weather has taken a break in most parts of the country, but not for long. A strong cold front is beginning to sweep east as evidenced by High Wind Watches in the Central Plains. For those in West, Great Lakes and East Coast, the trip home by Sunday should be free of weather concerns thanks to two high pressure systems sandwiching the front in the countrys mid-section. Travelers in the Southern Plains will be the first to deal with the impact of this cold front as it moves east. The 5-day Precip Forecast from NOAA (right corner), suggest that in the Monday-Wednesday period, copious moisture transport from the Gulf may spawn potentially flooding rains across a large part of the Eastern U.S. Heavy rain and possible thunderstorms are expected by Monday in the Mid-South, which by Tuesday-Wednesday  extends into the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. 


Forecasters Amanda B.
and Randall J. of the Florida Team
While the weather granting a short respite, the U.S. Leadership Team of Foot's Forecast wishes to give thanks to our many loyal readers and team forecasters.. across the country. We appreciate every day that you take time to check in here or on Facebook, trusting us with your local weather from over 25 states. We are thankful for the dedication of our 50+ forecasters that provide a quality service day every day, such as  Forecasters Amanda Brioche and Forecaster Randall Hergert from our South Florida Team, as shown above. Amanda is a sophomore in Meteorology at the University of Miami, and Randall is a Meteorologist and 2010 graduate from Florida International University, from St. Petersburg. You can see daily evidence of their passion in our South Florida & The Keys page on Facebook.  


We wish all our readers and their families a peaceful Thanksgiving holiday weekend, and high hopes your trip home will be uneventful. Thank you for choosing Foot's Forecast to be your go-to place for local weather from a team we trust every day.


(CEO and Lead Advisor Mr. Foot; Advisors Keith Krichinsky, Brad Lear and Dr. Pete Winstead)

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