Back in the saddle....

>> Monday, August 29, 2011

First of all, I want to extend a huge 'thanks' to my buddy Hank Allen for providing some great content on the blog last week. There was a ton to talk about last week, with Irene of course being the biggest weather story.

Irene made landfall near Cape Lookout Saturday morning, and there has obviously been tons of problems in eastern NC. The big-time flooding problems then continues yesterday up into the Northeast US with historic flooding in some areas.

The final advisory has been issued on is now a remnant low in eastern Canada.

Looking ahead, I expect a few storms to fire this afternoon as an upper level disturbance approaches. A few storms could produce some damaging wind gusts or some hail.

Overall, quiet weather then takes hold through the mid-week period before an upper low could bring some cloudy, showery weather Friday.

It looks like a sharp cold front will move through Sunday and Monday with some showers and storms followed by cooler air by next Tuesday or so.


Jose is a dying tropical storm not too far from Bermuda. It will likely fall apart altogether today.

TD 12 has formed in the far eastern Atlantic. This will be one of those classic long-track tropical systems across the Atlantic. It is too soon to tell for sure if it will re-curve before making a run at the eastern US.


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