East Central FL Tropical Weather

By: Skyepony , 12:19 PM GMT on August 17, 2006

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AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
305 AM EDT THU SEP 14 2006


.DISCUSSION...

TODAY...FRONT REACHING NE-SW THROUGH C GA AND FL BIG BEND EARLY THIS
MORNING. BOUNDARY WILL SLIP SOUTH TO ACROSS THE NORTHERN PENINSULA
TODAY AS MID/UPPER LEVEL LOW/TROF APPROACHES EASTERN SEA BOARD.
PREFRONTAL SHOWERS MAINLY TO THE NORTH OF EC FL WILL BEGIN TO AFFECT
NORTHERN SECTIONS CLOSER TO DAYBREAK. MOISTURE QUITE DEEP OVER THE
REGION WITH WED EVE SOUNDINGS IN C FL IN THE 2.1-2.2 IN PWAT RANGE.
HAVE KEPT POPS IN THE LOW END LIKELY RANGE FOR TODAY WITH EMBEDDED
STORMS EXPECTED...ESPECIALLY BY LATER THIS MORNING WITH SOME DIURNAL
HEATING AND PREFRONTAL CONVERGENCE. MAX TEMPS NOT EXPECTED TO REACH
ANY HIGHER THAN THE UPPER 80S WITH EXTENSIVE CLOUDS/PRECIP.

TONIGHT...PREFRONTAL TROF/MOISTURE CONVERGENCT BAND WILL REACH OVER
THE SOUTHERN SECTIONS AS FRONTAL BAND SAGS INTO NC PENINSULA. HAVE
DISTRIBUTED POPS ACCORDINGLY...RANGING FROM ISOLD N TO SCT IN THE
SOUTH.

FRI-SUN...FRONTAL BOUNDARY CONTINUES TO WEAKEN AS IT SLOWLY MOVES
DOWN THE PENINSULA AND AT THE SAME TIME IS UNDERCUT BY HIGH PRESSURE
RIDGING DOWN THE EASTERN SEABOARD AND WESTWARD FROM THE BAHAMA
ISLANDS. SURFACE RIDGE AXIS REMAINING OVER SOUTH FL/FL STRAITS
RESULTS IN A WESTERLY/OFFSHORE FLOW. WEAK PRESSURE GRADIENT WILL
ALLOW AFTERNOON SEA BREEZES TO FORM...PUSH INLAND WHERE THEY WILL
COLLIDE OVER THE EASTERN HALF OF THE FORECAST ARA WITH THE ADVANCING
WEST COAST SEA BREEZE THEN MOVE BACK TOWARD THE ATLANTIC LATE
AFTERNOON THROUGH THE EARLY EVENING HOURS. ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITABLE
WATER VALUES KEEP RAIN CHANCES HIGH FRI/SAT.

MON-WED...SURFACE RIDGE CONTINUES TO BUILD ACROSS THE PENINSULA
WHILE SHIFTING NORTH INTO SOUTHERN AL/GA BY WED. TIME HEIGHT CROSS
SECTIONS SHOWING EASTERLY FLOW STRONG ENOUGH AND DEPTH OF MOISTURE
SUFFICIENT FOR LATE NIGHT/MORNING COASTAL SHOWERS. EARLY SEA BREEZE
FORMATION SHOULD PUSH SHOWERS QUICKLY INLAND DURING THE MORNING. SEA
BREEZE ENHANCE EASTERLY FLOW SHOULD KEEP STORMS CONFINED TO THE
WESTERN SECTIONS OF THE FORECAST AREA WHILE THE COASTAL AREAS SHOULD
BE WEATHER FREE. LATEST GFS RUN IS INDICATING THAT A DRIER AIR MASS
MOVING INTO THE AREA LATE SUN WILL KEEP RAIN CHANCES AT OR JUST
BELOW THEIR SEASONAL 30/40 DAYS AND 20S LATE NIGHT/EARLY MORNING
ALONG THE COAST.

&&

.MARINE...LATEST BUOY OBS INDICATE SEAS GRADUALLY DECLINING WITH
SWELLS SLOWLY DECREASING OVER THE LOCAL WATERS...BUT WILL REMAIN
HIGH ENOUGH TO CONTINUE SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY CONDITIONS FOR SEAS AND
HIGHLIGHT ROUGH SURF IN THE HWO. ADDITIONALLY...LOCAL BUOYS
INDICATING SWELL PERIOD QUITE LONG AT 15 SECONDS WHICH WILL ENHANCE
THE RIP CURRENT DANGER. SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL MOVE OFFSHORE THE
COAST FROM THE MAINLAND TODAY/TONIGHT. FOR FRI-MON...OFFSHORE WINDS
FRI/SAT AS SURFACE RIDGE AXIS IS SOUTH OF THE AREA. SUN/MON RIDGE
AXIS CROSSES THE AREA AND MOVES INTO NORTH FLORIDA. WINDS BACK TO
THE SOUTHEAST AS RIDGE AXIS CLEARS THE AREA. LATEST GFS RUN BACKS
OFF ON THE WINDS 10 TO 15 KNOTS OR LESS FOR THE WEEKEND.

&&

.MLB WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
...SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY (HAZARDOUS SEAS) FLAGLER BEACH-JUPITER
INLET OUT TO 60NM.

&&

$$

SHORT TERM...GLITTO
LONG TERM....WIMMER


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Radar/Satellite/Microwave
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NOAA Atlantic and Caribbean Tropical Satellite Imagery ~ I like the RGB by day, rainbow at night with some Water Vapor thrown in once in a while.

GOES-East WV Imagery Loop - Atlantic Basin

Morphed Integrated Microwave Imagery at CIMSS (MIMIC)

Models~
Local Meso Model (well it covers most the state)~ lots of informative blue bars, each a different model, above it to click on too. Forecasts weather for the nexr 24 hrs.

FSU Model page

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Shear loop .

Click map for current shear map bigger.


Florence has become extratropical...Hit Newfoundland today She's still bring us waves.

Credit NOAA
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92L is gone from the navy site RIP~ NOT...& rose from the dead as 93L less than a day later. It is Hurricane Gordon.
HURRICANE GORDON ADVISORY NUMBER 17
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL AL072006
1100 PM AST THU SEP 14 2006

...GORDON STILL A MAJOR HURRICANE OVER THE CENTRAL NORTH ATLANTIC...

THE 1100 PM AST POSITION...30.6 N...54.3 W. MOVEMENT
TOWARD...NORTHEAST NEAR 9 MPH. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...115 MPH.
MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...960 MB.

$$
FORECASTER STEWART



Watching the interaction with the ULL to the NE...behind this is a building high that is suppose to weaken the ULL...It's proved interesting, Gordon has strengthed so he's scaring the ULL away as it is weakend...Today the ULL got caught in the middle of a triangle of Gordon, Florence & the high...it's no more.

TROPICAL STORM HELENE ADVISORY NUMBER 11
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL AL082006
1100 PM AST THU SEP 14 2006

...HELENE CONTINUING WEST-NORTHWESTWARD OVER THE EASTERN TROPICAL
ATLANTIC OCEAN...

THE 1100 PM AST POSITION...14.5 N...38.9 W. MOVEMENT
TOWARD...WEST-NORTHWEST NEAR 15 MPH. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...45
MPH. MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...1003 MB.

$$
FORECASTER STEWART

That's what's on spagetti models at the moment...There has been a general trend of the models moving it farther westward befor a recurve. At this point Bermuda is at greater risk than a few days ago. Helena has been slow to organize, her monsterous girth will slow her even more. The longer she stays a TS the farther she should go west. Also the 1st trough that was planning to grab her looks to be trying to break off a low east of Northern Fl. This would shorten the trough enough to miss her. Should be more troughs to follow...Don't freak yet:)


There is a blob on the NE side of the Windward Islands ~ got the inverted V shape happening. Watch on...

Back to the blob tryin to form east of Jacksonville. Tailend of a front that moved through today...surface observations in the area. Saw as low as 1004 mb in the area earlier. 1010.7 when it crossed here. Probibly be an invest moving NE at best, though one model formed it to a TD.

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75. Skyepony
4:19 AM GMT on September 14, 2006
Thanks FLCrackerGirl! All bumps much appreciated...

I'm trying to decide if Gordon is gonna eat the blob N of leewards or if that will be an invest...
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74. FLCrackerGirl
7:14 PM GMT on September 13, 2006
Happy Wednesday Skye!
Afternoon Bump & Comments +++ing.
:o)
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73. Skyepony
3:00 AM GMT on September 13, 2006
Awesome CloudSat passes today...9/12/2006 16:24
boxes 20 & 19 are Florence, 18 is Gordon nearing Hurricane strength.

Lack of updates due to a much needed wisdom tooth extraction, that happened today...I might be a little less wise now..lol...we'll see.
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72. Skyepony
8:33 PM GMT on September 10, 2006
Yesterday's cloudsat of 93L~ Go to Cloudsat, click on Granule 01956 9/9/2006 15:53. Then click on green box #18, scroll all the way right.

Just got the edge of Florence today...not even worth looking at.

Here's a good pass of Florence on the 8th...Granule 01942 9/8/2006 16:49 ...green box#18..as a strong tropical storm.
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71. Skyepony
7:30 AM GMT on September 10, 2006
We have Hurricane Florence now...


Sorry for the lack of update, this recon junkie habit has had me up late.

Gamma~ Thanks!!
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70. seflagamma
4:24 PM GMT on September 09, 2006
Love the one of you rock climbing!
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69. seflagamma
4:24 PM GMT on September 09, 2006
got caught up on your pictures again. they are beautiful and great shot of the launch this just a while ago!!!
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68. Skyepony
7:48 AM GMT on September 09, 2006
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67. Skyepony
7:01 PM GMT on September 08, 2006
wave watch is down...probibly couldn't handle the #'s...

Here's the North atlantic forecasted waves.
Link
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66. TampaCat5
5:01 AM GMT on September 08, 2006
Great blog Skye. Just wanted to say thanks.
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65. Skyepony
12:32 AM GMT on September 08, 2006
For that comment of it being drier yesterday somewhere in Seminole County got 5+ inches of rain..lol. Had an unmeasurable quick drizzle here. Today another story. That looked wild rolling in & actually produced. Light rain then a BIG random ground to cloud like next door & the sky opened.. .48" so far. Vero is getting it now.
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64. Skyepony
7:30 PM GMT on September 06, 2006
Just noticed that Bahama blob is now 92L. It was like NHC was trying to ignore or hide it. Was mentioned in a few different things & in sudual ways. The NWS was watching it harder, calling it for what it was.

Looks to be sucking some moister off the state today so the showers look less today, that front should give us a good chance of rain. Good luck getting the pool filled Stormydee!
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63. Skyepony
7:03 PM GMT on September 06, 2006
Hey Stormy, it's been feast or famine. .02" yesterday, .16 the day before. The mushrooms though, from last week, I could get some good pics there.
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62. stormydee
4:08 PM GMT on September 06, 2006
Hey Skye - thanks for the update.
How's your rain been there? They said 70% the last two days, and I only got a little sprinkle on Monday. It looked bad yesterday, but missed me completely...not one drop!
Well, I guess I'll see how today pans out. I am hoping to get some rain...drained my pool out some from Saturday's nasty storm, almost over-flowed the pool...now it is getting too low again (evaporation in the works!). Either we get too much rain or not enough!
Anyway, have a great afternoon! I am going to grab a bite before the afternoon work piles up!
Take Care,
Dee :-)
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61. Skyepony
7:10 PM GMT on September 05, 2006
Let me fix up the spagettis real quick & I'll look for ya in your blog.
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60. LakeWorthFinn
6:54 PM GMT on September 05, 2006
Thanx! Have a good one {{{Skye}}}
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59. Skyepony
3:04 PM GMT on September 05, 2006
Hey Finn! gladly, just had time for my Elmo update..lol. I'll be back in a few hours or my usual later time & run ya down.
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58. LakeWorthFinn
3:32 AM GMT on September 05, 2006
Hi {{{Skye}}}, please teach me how to post the WU-rainbow local weather tag you did just 2 posts up from mine !
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57. Skyepony
3:00 AM GMT on September 05, 2006
LOL, I couldn't do it following their instuctions but I did it! Enjoy the weather stickys in the title. The 1st one the background should change with my weather...oooooooo like magic.
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56. weatherguy03
2:52 AM GMT on September 05, 2006
Congrats!!..LOL You did it!. Glad I made you smile Skye! Love the blog. Alot of good info. Have a great night!
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55. Skyepony
2:47 AM GMT on September 05, 2006
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50. Skyepony
2:40 AM GMT on September 05, 2006
You make me smile Bob...keeping trying to remember.

This TD is quite interesting, all these storms so bunched on each other they struggle cause their stealing from each other instead of laying down for the cause of being part of a big storm.
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49. weatherguy03
7:10 PM GMT on September 03, 2006
Ahh. I see a new picture of you from your trip! I swear you look like someone I used to know, just cant remember who!..LOL Maybe it was in my other life!! Well, it looks like you had fun on your trip. You should of stopped in St. Aug. on your way back!! Oh well. Have a great weekend. Should be an interesting week with Florence out there!!
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48. Skyepony
3:05 PM GMT on September 03, 2006
Locals might want to look at the hazerdous outlook today as well. The discussion just had more of the why in it.

Thanks for stopping by ya'll, funny how ya'll don't post much when I'm keeping things updated. Last night..too much ear pain. Doing much better today.

StormDrain~ Glad ya'll are enjoying the pics. I was shocked to get an approver's choice on your favorite of the batch. Being a mom has cut in on my painting & art time so photography is becoming the substitue for now. Got a lot more to learn though. That Davidson River pic was at the campsite. A few feet downriver from there it opened into a 6' deep swimming hole.

Bug~ Thanks for the article! Got to get back to getting pieces ordered for the solar generator. Hasn't been too hard to figure out, like them, how to throw a custom system together. Electricity, Watts & AMPS had always eludued me til I did that blog. Saw Apollo 13 lastnight. They brought those guys back on 20 Amps...I finally understand how amazing an accomplishment that was!

Off to descraggle some ponys. They played in that rain a bunch yesterday evening. That looked wild as it blew up west of here. I was driving at the time. Anyone else ever fear wrecking cause your storm watching?
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47. palmettobug53
2:22 PM GMT on September 03, 2006
Hey, Skye! Meant to stop by here yesterday and post this link, but got sidetracked. You were the first person that popped into my mind when I read this in the local paper yesterday morning: Life In The Woods - Unplugged. Hope the link stays up to the correct page. They sometimes disappear when the new edition comes out.
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46. StormDrain
7:02 AM GMT on September 03, 2006
Hi Skye,
Thanks for stopping in my blog the other day. Yes, those two colts are really something... sweet and spunky and frisky like a couple teenagers.

Enjoyed your NC pictures. I 'specially like the one of the river flowing over the rocks. Sure is beautiful country.

Thanks for all the weather info and links you post, too. I read a lot of it, just don't often post.
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45. Skyepony
3:02 PM GMT on September 02, 2006
forgot to mention~

Cocoa Beach Surf Fest this weekend...waves are suppose to be better than ussual:)
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44. Skyepony
2:58 PM GMT on September 02, 2006
New invest~ 99L

from disscussion~
TROPICAL WAVE IS ALONG 58W/59W S OF 19N WITH A 1009 MB LOW ALONG
THE WAVE NEAR 15N MOVING W 15 KT. THE WELL DEFINED LOW LEVEL
SWIRL HAS FILLED IN WITH CONVECTION OVERNIGHT AND IS MOVING
ACROSS THE LESSER ANTILLES. SCATTERED MODERATE/ISOLATED STRONG
CONVECTION IS WITHIN 90/120 NM OF LINE 13.5N57W-16.5N62W.

98L's mention in the discussion~
TROPICAL WAVE IS ALONG 38W/39W S OF 18N WITH A 1009 MB LOW ALONG
THE WAVE NEAR 11N MOVING W 5-10 KT. BROAD ELONGATED LOW/MID
LEVEL CIRCULATION IS OBSERVED ON SATELLITE IMAGERY. SCATTERED
MODERATE/ISOLATED STRONG CONVECTION IS WITHIN 60 NM OF LINE
10.5N39.5W-14N42W. CLUSTERS OF SIMILAR CONVECTION ARE FROM
12N-16N BETWEEN 28W-40W.
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43. YellowPitts
4:18 AM GMT on September 02, 2006
:)
41. Skyepony
6:58 PM GMT on September 01, 2006
You too Ogal!

I threw the Hazerdous outlook up. It's rollong through here now. I'm having troubles gitting the Nexrad to show up there. If anyone has some hints... I'll try again later.
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40. OGal
10:54 AM GMT on September 01, 2006
Skye, have a terrific Labor Day weekend!
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39. Skyepony
5:48 AM GMT on September 01, 2006
Nice forecast guygee:) especially in the hindsight of this hour.

I had about the same winds. Palm tree mess clean up has began, some dead oak limbs as well.

We had a red maple that was sucking water from a down spout run off. Grew with shallow roots, though the biggest of it siblings planted at the same time. Jeanne put that one on the nieghbors roof. oops.

Ernesto hit Brunswick County, NC earlier tonight as I'd expected. Glad it wasn't any stronger.

& aaahhh dreaded September is here. Historically the month we are most likely to be nailed by a 'cane.
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38. guygee
1:22 PM GMT on August 31, 2006
Good Morning Skye. The storm was a not very eventful out here as tropical systems go. When the backside came around I would guess we got a few near TS-force gusts during maybe a 45 minute period, then the wind died down and it was mostly just some bursts of heavy showers afterwards.

I think my ficus tree is just trying to commit suicide, LOL. I didn't see any other trees or limbs down in my drive around the neighborhood this morning. "This Old house" built in the 1960's that I bought five years ago was poorly maintained, and I had just completed my "five year mission" to fix the front yard sprinkler system this summer. I think the tree responded by soaking up way too much water and creating a large canopy; it dropped one large limb during a severe afternoon storm a fews weeks ago and another one last night. Luckily no real damage done, just a mess to clean up.

Looks like Ernesto is going to crank up a little stronger than predicted last night by the NHC for the folks along the mid-Atlantic coast, although it seems to still be sucking in dry air on the SE side and coming under some SSW shear. It also appears we have a good chance for some strong fast-moving storms coming in from the SW today in the daytime heating.

Have a good day!
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37. Skyepony
5:22 AM GMT on August 31, 2006
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36. Skyepony
5:21 AM GMT on August 31, 2006
The rain has ended. Found the ponys out rolling in the mud, their stalls a little flooded. 3.12" total, near 2" in the last 1 1/2 hours.

NexSat
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35. Skyepony
4:12 AM GMT on August 31, 2006
Weather box just reinstated our TS warning. 40mph winds with higher gusts.
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34. Skyepony
1:47 AM GMT on August 31, 2006
Getting the backside here now...lol. It's picked back up. From the SW at 4 mph... The station history was neat. If they didn't google map ya to my house i'd post it. Went from SE to NW, East for 25 mins, WNW, WSW & finally SW, all with in 8:20 to 9:20 pm, with 0 mph wind. The pressure was below 1002mb for the hour. The dewpoint maxed at 72.8 & humidity peaked at 90% during this time & there was no rain.

pouring now, 1002.2mb, 5.1mph with higher gusts fromm the SW

DATE/TIME LAT LON CLASSIFICATION STORM
30/2315 UTC 28.2N 80.8W OVERLAND ERNESTO
30/1745 UTC 27.0N 80.8W OVERLAND ERNESTO
30/1145 UTC 26.1N 80.7W OVERLAND ERNESTO
30/0615 UTC 25.6N 80.9W OVERLAND ERNESTO
29/2345 UTC 24.4N 80.5W T3.0/3.0 ERNESTO
NOAA
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33. Skyepony
12:32 AM GMT on August 31, 2006
I bottomed out at 1001.2 then up to 1001.6 & now back to 1001.4...

It's been a nice misting. It's dead calm as far as wind for the last hour. Constant something before that, average 5 to 7 mph. Highest 10.9mph. That's off the home station set to record every 5 minutes.

cruisinelsewhere~ I glad this hasn't been a flood event, like in '99. That not quite TD. Though not sure if this is gonna put out that muck fire that keeps stinking up my mornings either.

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32. cruisinelsewhere
11:23 PM GMT on August 30, 2006
are=area
31. cruisinelsewhere
11:22 PM GMT on August 30, 2006
Thanks for the informative blog Skye. I live in Sebastian and you have some very useful links for those of us in this are. The rain is finally starting to come down here (barely) which of course if far better than the alternative.
30. Skyepony
11:22 PM GMT on August 30, 2006
1001.4mb↓
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29. Mophot
11:21 PM GMT on August 30, 2006
Looks like you're right in the thick of it.
Eric
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28. Skyepony
11:08 PM GMT on August 30, 2006
1001.6mb↓
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27. Skyepony
11:07 PM GMT on August 30, 2006
1001.9mb↓ Looks about over me by the radar. Though still got the SE/SSE wind, so getting close.

Sorry about your tree limb guygee... with the lack of storm damage reports out there, it's gotta feel a little like bad luck.

oneshot~ 10 days wasn't long enough? lol Probibly would have been another day or 2 if it hadn't been for the cone of doom & hurricane watch.

Ogal~ I lived up there a bit, some of the college years. Friends in Etowah, Hendersonville & etc. The people up there are for the most part are wonderful.

Glad ya'll are enjoying the pics...
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26. OGal
10:35 PM GMT on August 30, 2006
Skye loved the NC pictures. My MIL lives in Hendersonville. She has been there for almost thirty years. The places you have pictured are some of our favorites. We love Pisgah and always go up there when we are in Hendersonville. Glad you had a chance to make the trip! Post more pictures if you have them.

We are finally getting the rain, and I mean it is really coming down. It is rather squally too. I guess Ernie is not quite finished with us yet.
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25. oneshotww
10:31 PM GMT on August 30, 2006
Nice pix, love the waterfall.
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