Latest Update on TD#01 for East-Central Florida

By: JustinB2011, 4:41 AM GMT on July 01, 2014

Update 7/1 @12:00 am edt:

The NHC has upgraded Invest #91L to Tropical Depression #1. The latest forecast calls for the depression to drift westward over the next day and intensify to tropical storm status on Tuesday.

Even though the storm has been upgraded to depression status, minimal impact is expected to the east-central Florida region.


You can find my latest updates @ Rockin' Weather.

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Updated: 4:42 AM GMT on July 01, 2014

Invest #91L Weather Outlook for East-Central Florida

By: JustinB2011, 10:33 PM GMT on June 30, 2014

My latest weather outlook for east-central Florida concerning Invest #91L.

Hope to post further updates over the next day or two.

Discussion is welcome...

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Strong Storms Possible in Central FL

By: JustinB2011, 7:01 PM GMT on June 27, 2014

Strong storms will be possible in central Florida during the late afternoon and evening hours. Morning soundings at both TBW and XMR shows pretty unstable air: CAPE 3500-4000, LI of -7, 500mb-T of -8, PW 2.0" and some drier air filtering in the mid levels over along the Space Coast.

Through the afternoon, look for storms to build along the sea breeze boundaries and move south or south-southwest... south of Orlando. The unstable airmass could lead to frequ...

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Updated: 7:05 PM GMT on June 27, 2014

Central Florida Weather Outlook: 19-22 June 2014

By: JustinB2011, 1:26 AM GMT on June 20, 2014

Look for scattered showers this weekend in east-central Florida. Temps will be approaching the mid-90s in Orlando area.

Rain chances increasing along the Space coast on Sunday and Monday.

For the latest outlook, head to Rockin' Weather

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Updated: 1:26 AM GMT on June 20, 2014

Slight Risk for Severe Weather in Central Florida Today

By: JustinB2011, 3:40 PM GMT on March 17, 2014

An upper-level trough and weak surface low ahead of the trough are moving through the Gulf of Mexico/Southeast this morning... with plenty in the way of showers and thunderstorms across north Florida. With warm temperatures, deep moisture in the low levels and a strong unidirectional wind flow from 7kft and above, we will look for the risk of severe weather — mostly in the form of straight-line winds — through the late morning / early afternoon period Monday.

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