Wellington, FL Flooding

By: ProgressivePulse, 3:42 PM GMT on August 28, 2012

Good Morning All. I went down to Wellington yesterday to help my Mother In-Law home from work as roads into her house were being closed one after another. I was able to forge a dry path into the back entrance of her subdivision so she was able to drive home with her car. On my way down to Wellington Isaac finally let go of the feeder band that had been plaguing the east coast for over 24hours and miraculously the rains just all of a sudden ended in Wellington upon m...

What can I do to help!

By: ProgressivePulse, 3:52 PM GMT on December 09, 2006

With spring and summer fast approaching Central and South Florida, a La Nina spring and summer, we find most of the state in pretty dire conditions. Typically La Nina summers are very dry for Central and South Florida. I will keep this map up for you guys to keep track. Most of Central and South Florida is in the 600 to 700 range with Glades tipping the scales @ 700 to 750. No significant rains are forcast in the coming weeks. Typically the index rises 3 to 5 p...

Happy Thanksgiving!

By: ProgressivePulse, 9:07 AM GMT on August 09, 2006

I just wanted take some time and say Happy Thanksgiving to all my fellow bloggers! We have alot to be thankful for this year, no land falling hurricanes (If Ernesto is not upgraded @ NC Landfall)! Hopefully next year is a carbon copy and we can relax some more! Not sure if I am liking the 39 degree temp this morning but reguarless, it is a welcome relief from the hot summer in South Florida. On a personal note, my wife and I are expecting our first baby on...

Shear / Dust Tag Team Rules

By: ProgressivePulse, 12:49 AM GMT on June 05, 2006

Below is a list of area's, I believe are in high watch this year.1. Port Laveca to Glavaston Texas2. Everglades City to Tampa, FL3. Boca Raton to West Palm, FL6/04/06 upadted 7/22/06 I am not on board with the whole East Coast Hype yet. Personally I don't think it will materialize to much more than a scare at best. I am interested to see others thoughts. I should also clarify (East Coast Hype), I am refering to north of Cape Hatteras, NC. Beryl succeded i...

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