Another Low off FL

By: Skyepony , 01:12 AM GMT on birželio 16, 2007

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Happy Summer Solstice!!

A low (~1012mb) has rolled off the FL/GA border into the Atlantic. Here's the radar outta Jaxsonville. GFS/NAM wants to relocate this low to north FL & move it down the pennisula today into Friday. CMC which has picked up on this the longest sweeps it out into the Atlantic...where~ it has already slipped into. I see the center staying in the Atlantic, maybe pushing south & East a little before turning east & NE. Buoy & ship watchers can go here for reports from the area.


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Thurs ~rain chances look good, probibly best for the east coast, Space Coast & southward. Chance of severe weather.

Tropically looking pretty quiet. Areas of intrest would be the cut off low that is forming. EPAC blob reprise. SW Carribbean, long term models are sending this towrd LA.
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WPAC
96W~ 15kts 1010mb
98W~ gone

Indian Ocean
95B~ (reprised)~ 20kts 1007mb
94A~ gone
96B~ gone

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Updated June 18th~ CPC weekly is out. Their summary changed to ENSO neutral conditions are likely to continue during the next 3 months.


Regions 1&2 rose nearly .5 to -1.1, regions 3 rose from -.8 to -.4, while 3,4 rose to .2 & region 4 is up .1 to .5

We are now on the warm side of neutral~ good news for cane season if this trend holds.



ESPI dropped from -0.00 to -.62 for the last weeks for the last 30 days. I'm sticking with my forecast that we are seeing a warm mini peak in a continued trend downward~ so see the moderation trend continue for the next week or 2 with more cooling after. Make it to La Nina? we will see.

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89. Rainman32
12:35 PM GMT on birželio 22, 2007
Well how about a nice colorful farewell WV for Bahamas blob:


MODIS data provided by the NOAA/NASA Near Real Time Processing Effort (NRTPE).

And it ain't QuikSCAT, but the next best thing, SSM/I Radiometer




NOAA/NESDIS/ORA
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88. Skyepony
11:54 AM GMT on birželio 22, 2007
Good morning everyone:) Well persistance was key & it didn't happen. Even centering on a more westward buoy, nothing reading 15kts out there. Another quickscat miss.
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87. DenverMark
11:42 AM GMT on birželio 22, 2007
Good morning Skye!
Thanks for stopping by...we're actually going to be a few degrees cooler today. The worst thing about the ongoing climate change for Denver is how much hotter our summers have become, especially since 2000. Winters are warmer as a whole (last winter was a notable exception here), but it's all this upper 90s to 100+ heat in the summer I can do without!!
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86. oakland
10:30 AM GMT on birželio 22, 2007
{{{Skye}}}

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85. Raysfan70
10:22 AM GMT on birželio 22, 2007
Good Morning {{Skye}}!
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84. Skyepony
04:28 AM GMT on birželio 22, 2007
Hey Redhead~ Great weekend to you too!!

Trippy Rainman...Am I in the everglades??? lol oh i's trolling buoys. With those winds, if this persists, in the intrest of the ships I wouldn't be suprised to see it slapped with an invest.

Now for the MLB NWS thoughts~

EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
937 PM EDT THU JUN 21 2007

.DISCUSSION...MSAS ANALYZED SFC LOW PRESSURE MEANDERING SOUTHWARD
OFF THE VOLUSIA COAST. NUMEROUS STORMS CONTINUE WELL OFFSHORE WITH A
SYMMETRIC GROWTH SPURT OF COLD TOPS OVER THE PAST COUPLE OF HOURS
EAST OF THE SFC LOW POSITION. NOT EXPECTING THE PRESENT SFC LOW TO
AMOUNT TO MUCH INTO FRI WITH GRADUAL DISSIPATION EXPECTED THROUGH
THE DAY. TRAINING CELLS OVER SOUTHERN BREVARD CO THIS EVENING
PRODUCED SOME 3 TO 4 INCHES OF RADAR INDICATED RAINFALL FROM
FLORIDANA BEACH TO SUNNYLAND BEACH ON THE BREVARD COUNTY BARRIER
ISLAND AS WELL AS SOME 2 TO 3 INCH AMOUNTS FROM AROUND GRANT TO
BAREFOOT BAY AND SOUTH OF PALM BAY OVER THE MAINLAND.

$$

JP

hhmm~ don't remember JP & well I read the MLB NWS discussions more than some may deam healthy.


Shear

Kinda old (from this morning) but colorful (pink is high, yellow low)


That was a complete miss by quikscat this evening.. & sorry cloudsat fans, nothing yet.

That's about all the update from me tonight..
76.4
& raining....which (though I didn't post it) JP from MLB NWS said no rain after midnight. Poor ponys will have to finish their hay once the rain quits now.
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83. Redhead
04:00 AM GMT on birželio 22, 2007
Dazzle your space at DazzleJunction.com

Hello Comments - DazzleJunction.com


Have a great weekend, {{{{Skye, Aqua, and Rainman}}}}! (I like the "pretty pictures", too! LOL!)
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82. Rainman32
03:56 AM GMT on birželio 22, 2007
Ha Yes I am a sucker for colorful satellite imagery.. here is one that could possibly produce flashbacks in those so prone.


CIRA/RAMM of Colorado State University
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81. Skyepony
03:16 AM GMT on birželio 22, 2007
Now that is certainly colorful Rainman. OUr low looks to be lapping at the gulf stream tonight, with the cool night air aloft it gets full advantage. The MLB radar is best to look at now, lotta lightning on it signaling strengthin. Perhaps I'll be up late enough to to take a last hard look at it & update. 1 thing for sure. Shear is more favorable & growing more so by the hour.
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80. Rainman32
02:51 AM GMT on birželio 22, 2007
Hey Skye! Ok well I ain't saying nothing here other than what a pretty picture...

- Hurricane Floater

NOAA/National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service
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79. Skyepony
10:15 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
That's why it looks so ominious to the S & E of me. By radar looks like a circulculation looks to be about down to the Cape, another up by Volusia/ NFL & the RGB shows the Upper circulation getting swept out to the east..

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78. psualum95
09:48 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
FLOOD ADVISORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
531 PM EDT THU JUN 21 2007

FLC009-212330-
BREVARD-
531 PM EDT THU JUN 21 2007

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MELBOURNE HAS ISSUED AN

* URBAN AND SMALL STREAM FLOOD ADVISORY FOR...
SOUTHEASTERN BREVARD COUNTY IN EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA...THIS
INCLUDES MELBOURNE BEACH...GRANT...BAREFOOT BAY AND FLORIDANA
BEACH.

* UNTIL 730 PM EDT

* AT 531 PM EDT...WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED VERY HEAVY
RAIN CONTINUED TO IMPACT EXTREME SOUTHEAST BREVARD COUNTY. RADAR
ESTIMATES INDICATE 2 TO 3 INCHES HAS OCCURRED SINCE 3 PM FROM U.S. 1
EAST TO THE BARRIER ISLAND. AN ADDITIONAL 1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAINFALL
IS LIKELY THROUGH 7 PM ACROSS THIS AREA.

BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ALSO REPORTS STREET FLOODING ALONG
U.S. 1 AT JORGENSENS LANDING IN GRANT AND ON THE BARRIER ISLAND IN
THE SOUTH BEACHES AREA.

EXCESSIVE RUNOFF FROM HEAVY RAINFALL WILL CAUSE ELEVATED LEVELS ON
SMALL CREEKS AND STREAMS...AND PONDING OF WATER ON COUNTRY ROADS AND
LOW LANDS ALONG THE BANKS OF CREEKS AND STREAMS.

DO NOT DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE INTO AREAS WHERE THE WATER COVERS THE
ROADWAY. THE WATER DEPTH MAY BE TOO GREAT TO ALLOW YOUR CAR TO CROSS
SAFELY. IN ADDITION...MOTORISTS SHOULD DEACTIVATE CRUISE CONTROL IN
HEAVY RAINFALL TO REDUCE THE RISK OF HYDROPLANING.
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77. Skyepony
07:30 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Yeah Nash I think it's helping pull some dry air down on the Bay area along with the whole west side.
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76. Skyepony
07:29 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Gamma ~ Yeah the low doesn't look like it's gonna be a big threat if it goes S & then east or if it just dies out over the state as the gfs suggests. NWS did mention possible 50mph winds for tommarrow from strong storms, so best to watch it.

The Caribbean blob~ hmmm there is alot helping it explode with convection, there is also talk now at the NHC that there may be a wave embedded in there~ which gives it more a chance. Current steering patterns has it going west into land. But just in the last few hours seeing outflow push north & the ridge (that the blob is blocked by) that extends to Hispanola weakening. Every model sends it west to land ho. Giving it a little more chance than this morning but not as hopeful as most that this will turn out to be anything. 12 hrs to see how these steering currents trend would be helpful & as of yet it lacks consistant spin.
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75. nash28
07:09 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Sure as hell isn't going to do squat for the Bay area.
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74. seflagamma
07:08 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
hi skye,
thanks for the answer from yesterday's question.

that low on top of Jax is looking pretty good but everyone says it will fade out.

what about the tropical wave in the SW Carribean, that's looking better now.

ok, gotta get back to work... catch ya later.
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73. Skyepony
07:08 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
The MLB NWS take for tommarrow

FRI...MODELS ARE IN AGREEMENT THAT THE LOW WILL CONTINUE ITS DRIFT
TO THE SOUTH. GFS TAKES THE LOW ALMOST DUE SOUTH DOWN THE CENTRAL
PENINSULA BEFORE IT BECOMES SHEARED APART AND WEAKENS. NAM-WRF
SUGGESTS IT WILL ALSO ACQUIRE AN EASTWARD COMPONENT TO ITS
MOTION...TRACKING OVER THE GULF STREAM AND NORTH OF THE BAHAMAS IN A
SLIGHTLY MORE FAVORABLE ENVIRONMENT. BOTH MODELS ARE LIKELY HAVING A
DIFFICULT TIME WITH THIS SYSTEM...DUE TO ITS ANOMALOUS NATURE AND
THE FACT THAT IT HAS BOTH TROPICAL AND NON-TROPICAL CHARACTERISTICS.
LATEST TRENDS SUGGEST THAT A MORE CONSERVATIVE GFS APPROACH MAY BE
THE WAY TO GO. IN THIS SCENARIO...DEEP LAYERED MOISTURE COMBINED
WITH PVA-INDUCED LIFT WILL BE SUFFICIENT TO GENERATE SCATTERED
AFTERNOON CONVECTION...MAINLY ACROSS THE CENTRAL COUNTIES.
DEVELOPMENT OF A SEA BREEZE BOUNDARY MAY ALSO ENHANCE LOW LEVEL
MOISTURE CONVERGENCE AND THE POTENTIAL FOR STRONG STORMS...CAPABLE
OF PRODUCING HEAVY RAIN...FREQUENT LIGHTNING AND WIND GUSTS TO 50
MPH.

CRISTALDI
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72. Skyepony
07:01 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Sounds like no more attempts to land the shuttle today~ 1st attempt Friday is 2:18 EDT.

Spetrm~ if your winds went from SW to NE that was a circulation moving off shore not on. Thanks for the local conditions update.

Steering currents have weakend, I expect meandering perhaps a little S or SSW as that dry air sinks a little farther down. Nice point Rainman this thing is ate up with dry air, don't expect much for convection explosions while all that is around. Has shook a little of it the last few though.
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71. Spetrm
04:37 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Low made landfall at Mayport at the end of the St. Johns river for those of you who don't know where mayport is. This morning about 0600 we had SW winds about 10 knots shifted to NE in about 10 minutes. Pressure was 10121. Wasent any interesting though. Heavy rain showers this morning. Around 1000 we had some LTG cloud to cloud but not much more. Seems It's just causing annoying conditions. May hinder the space shuttles return like patrap noted.

HAPPY SUMMER SOLISTACE!
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70. Patrap
04:29 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007

An unfavorable weather forecast at Kennedy Space Center, Fla., forced flight controllers to pass on STS-117s first landing opportunity. Hopes now turn to the days second opportunity at 3:30 p.m. EDT.

The culprit is thunderstorms in the vicinity of the Shuttle Landing Facility. Flight controllers and forecasters with the Spaceflight Meteorology Group continue to monitor weather conditions at and around the Shuttle Landing Facility at the Florida spaceport.

Chief Astronaut Steve Lindsey has been providing additional weather information while flying the Shuttle Training Aircraft in the vicinity of the landing facility.

If flight controllers give STS-117 the go-ahead to land on the second opportunity, Orbit 203, Commander Rick Sturckow and Pilot Lee Archambault will fire Atlantis thrusters at 2:25 p.m. to begin the descent to Florida.

If flight controllers wave off for a second time today, opportunities are available Friday in Florida and at Edwards Air Force Base in California.
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69. Rainman32
03:26 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Also enjoying watching the water vapor, an amiable wave even came down to join the party and push some of that dry air away.

Click for animation


NOAA Satellite Services Division
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68. Rainman32
02:21 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Very good Skye! I can clearly see the reformation-athingy back out over water, apparently wanting to go surf the gulf stream. the model (now in my links, thanks!) seems to have a pretty darn good handle on what it just did too.

Thanks for your update!
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67. Skyepony
01:36 PM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Good Morning Again. The low looks to have gained a little more convection in the last few hours, still got a ways to go. A second circulation maybe trying to get going with the new convection to the SSE of the 1st..just NE of Daytona Beach. When circulations are this weak relocations & more than one circulation are common.

I'm leaning with the gem & cmc at the moment.


Nexsat

Ogal~ Hope you see some today, like yesterday I think I got the better chance.
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66. Raysfan70
11:06 AM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Good Morning {{Skye}}!
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65. Rainman32
11:03 AM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Good Morning, Skye. A nifty little low non/thingermicane right near JAX (actually directly overhead as far as I can tell). pretty presentation, looking forward to your thoughts on it.. seemed to drift wsw now seems to be taking harder turn ssw. 1011.1hPa now, bottomed out 1010.7hPa earlier


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64. OGal
10:18 AM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Happy Summer Soltice Skye. Big whoop, the bad storms for yesterday. Where were they?? I guess rain today???????
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63. Skyepony
03:39 AM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Nite Gator & everyone..

Patrap~ I hope the weather behaves for the landing. Thanks for leaving the links. I'd like to add the NASA TV page.

73.9
1015.9↓
Everytime a low comes round my cat starts looking bad, it's already begun. Started the extra meds early this time.
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62. Gatorxgrrrl
02:30 AM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
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61. Patrap
02:00 AM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
and the DOL pad for the Left seaters in the crowd

Link


STS-117 Florida Landing Groundtracks for tomorrows Landing Link
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60. Skyepony
01:45 AM GMT on birželio 21, 2007
Hey Gams had .08" here. Got a little band of rain with some ominous clouds, wind & lightning. Kinda intensified as it swept into the Atlantic.

Yeah I think the low & the front are headed on through that way too. Alotta models started calling for the low to push SW into the GOM this afternoon, which would have gave SFL more rain but I think the CMC may have had a fair handle on this one, slipping into the Atlantic. The last 3 hours overall the steering currents shifted back toward the Atlantic.
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59. seflagamma
09:20 PM GMT on birželio 20, 2007
Hi skye,

so nothing much today huh???? no clouds in my area for 2 days now and it is so HOT AND HUMID! maybe a nice little shower would cool things off.

Is this front going to make it thru Florida? or stall???

(will check back later for answer)
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58. Skyepony
09:18 PM GMT on birželio 20, 2007


You can click on this Nexsat pic, then click animate.
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57. Skyepony
07:06 PM GMT on birželio 20, 2007
You too Love!

Dee~ Yeah my grass is getting thirsty again.

Unforchanately the forming low moving down the state has slowed, well for today. Good for NFL but the rain chances here may have dropped along with our humidity. I got 43% with 74 for a dew point & 100.7F for a temp. It's hot.. MLB NWS has upped the rain chances & severe weather for tommarrow while backing off a bit for today as that nice line forming down the I-4 corrider is fizzlin. Rain chances are still up for tonight. This low has been a tough one to call right on.

Weather news was pretty boring, need rain for corn. There is 4 people in NY that are missing after yesterday's bad weather & high water, we can hope the best for them. A zoo in Gainsville, TX was evacuated sucsessfully for that flood, forethought & insite as well as really good practice & planning served them very well.
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56. stormydee
03:39 PM GMT on birželio 20, 2007
Hey Skye. Got a small amount of rain yesterday. I wouldn't mind some rumbling thunder today or tonight! :-)
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55. Lovethetropics
03:35 PM GMT on birželio 20, 2007
Good morning dear SkyePony!!
Have a wonderful day!!

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54. Skyepony
01:16 PM GMT on birželio 20, 2007
Thanks Rays~ You too:)

Weather is updated. I'll slum the news later.

cmc phase anylisis



Nogaps phase analysis
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53. Raysfan70
10:30 AM GMT on birželio 20, 2007
{{Skye}}
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52. Skyepony
03:51 AM GMT on birželio 20, 2007
Great week to you too Finn~ Hope ya found him:)

Dee~ hot it was, spent a good bit of the day in a pool.

Hey Gams~ It was all cake after 21 days, glad your doing it this time. Sit down figure up how much you've saved & splurge a little. Also found some ways of spending some of the extra time I found myself with pampering myself. Skin is looking younger for it.

Sad to say the death count in TX is up to 6, they found the 2 year old in a tree. 4" an hour rain rate. Terrible scene there.
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51. seflagamma
10:03 PM GMT on birželio 19, 2007
Hi Skye,

Wow, I asked you last week if I didn't recall you mentioning a tottler!! LOL!!! but that is right, would be around 4 now; we've been here blogging 2 years. Rylee will be 2 in July and she was with me when I started posting here right before Katrina (I was lurking before posting of course)...

Glad you got off a great FAther's Day Sunday; we had storms off and on during the afternoon.

You take care and thanks for all of your encouragement (and congratulations to you also!) today is day 19!

have a great afternoon/evening.
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50. stormydee
06:24 PM GMT on birželio 19, 2007
Hi Skye! Nice and toasty day, huh?! :-)

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49. LakeWorthFinn
01:46 PM GMT on birželio 19, 2007
Good morning to you {{{Skye}}}, have a great week, thanks for the update and the little bird's song! Now off to congratulate Rainman!
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48. Skyepony
01:38 PM GMT on birželio 19, 2007
Good morning everyone, got the weather updated. I'll have to update the news once I'm done galavanting.

Thanks for the gifs Rays & Gator:)

Nice dust pic too Rainman. Lets hope it keeps on blowing. Saw something the other day where the well formed waves coming off Africa may stir it up more than thought before. So far it's been the trend this year even though they had good rain. Little bird told me your gotting a prestegous award for your volenteer work:) Congrates!!!!!
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47. Rainman32
12:00 PM GMT on birželio 19, 2007
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46. Rainman32
11:58 AM GMT on birželio 19, 2007
Magic Dust Anyone?

Dust Plume over Cape Verde


Dust blew off the west coast of Africa and over Cape Verde on June 17, 2007. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASAs Terra satellite captured this image the same day. This picture shows the dust plume, hundreds of kilometers across, billowing over the Atlantic. Dust mingles with clouds over Cape Verde. To the west of the archipelago, clouds predominate.

NASA image courtesy MODIS Rapid Response Team, Goddard Space Flight Center.


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45. Gatorxgrrrl
10:49 AM GMT on birželio 19, 2007
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44. Raysfan70
10:00 AM GMT on birželio 19, 2007
{{Skye}}
myspace layouts, myspace codes, glitter graphics
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43. Skyepony
02:56 AM GMT on birželio 19, 2007
Michael~ Thanks for posting the ENSO stuff. Wish I'd held on to those Australia drought ends links. I think you found some, great info on the conditions we should be watching to call this instead of calling it based on if the roller coaster is going up or down at the moment.

95~ Thanks for keeping the warnings fresh:)

{{Rays}}~ dry lightnin is the worst

I know we got some west central FL frequenters~ 2 endangered runaways in the Tampa area, please check out Love's blog for more info.

TX death count is up to 4, crazy flooding they had. People hacked there way out to the top of their roofs. Now they're looking for a 2 year old girl who's grandmother & 5 year old sister didn't make it. Hoping for another miracle...

Dark, Partly Cloudy & 77.1
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42. Raysfan70
09:58 PM GMT on birželio 18, 2007
Good Evening {{Skye}}
Getting some T&L here but only a few drops of rain. Dome must be over me. :-(
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41. psualum95
09:47 PM GMT on birželio 18, 2007
SPSMLB

SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
509 PM EDT MON JUN 18 2007

FLZ053-054-058-182200-
INDIAN RIVER-OKEECHOBEE-OSCEOLA-
509 PM EDT MON JUN 18 2007

...STRONG THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTING SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN RIVER COUNTY...
NORTH CENTRAL OKEECHOBEE COUNTY...SOUTHERN OSCEOLA COUNTY...

AT 459 PM EDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A
STRONG STORM 5 MILES SOUTH OF YEEHAW JUNCTION. THE STORM WAS NORTH
AT 10 MPH.

THE PRIMARY THREAT WILL BE CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING STRIKES AND
GUSTY WINDS OF 40 TO 45 MPH...WHICH MAY CAUSE UNSECURED OBJECTS TO
BLOW AROUND. HEAVY RAINFALL WILL TEMPORARILY REDUCE VISIBILITY. SEEK
SHELTER INDOORS UNTIL THE STORM PASSES.

THIS STORM WILL ALSO BE CAPABLE OF PRODUCING EXCESSIVE LIGHTNING
STRIKES...DEFINED AS 12 OR MORE CLOUD TO GROUND STRIKES PER MINUTE.
SEEK SHELTER IN AN ENCLOSED BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED AUTOMOBILE. OPEN
SHELTERS FOUND IN PARKS...ON BEACHES OR GOLF COURSES OFFER NO
PROTECTION FROM THE DANGERS OF LIGHTNING.

IF THIS STORM CONTINUES TO STRENGTHEN WARNINGS WILL BE ISSUED.

$$
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40. psualum95
08:58 PM GMT on birželio 18, 2007
BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
446 PM EDT MON JUN 18 2007

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MELBOURNE HAS ISSUED A

* SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR...
CENTRAL INDIAN RIVER COUNTY IN FLORIDA.
NORTHEASTERN OKEECHOBEE COUNTY IN FLORIDA.

* UNTIL 545 PM EDT

* AT 445 PM EDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING PENNY SIZE HAIL...AND
DAMAGING WINDS IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH. THIS STORM WAS LOCATED NEAR
FORT DRUM...OR ABOUT OVER FORT DRUM...AND MOVING NORTHEAST AT 10
MPH.

* OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE...BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO...
FELLSMERE

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE DAMAGING WINDS IN EXCESS OF 58 MILES AN
HOUR AND OR LARGE DESTRUCTIVE HAIL. FREQUENT TO EXCESSIVE LIGHTNING
AND VERY HEAVY RAIN WILL ALSO BE POSSIBLE. IF THE STORM APPROACHES
YOU...SEEK SHELTER IN AN ENCLOSED BUILDING ON THE LOWEST FLOOR. KEEP
AWAY FROM WINDOWS.
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