Monthly Archives: September 2011

Sunday Morning Forecast

Discussion: An upper level low over Southern Illinios will gradually dissipate as it moves east over the next couple days. This disturbance, although weak, will be enough keep some clouds in the area. At the surface, High Pressure is starting … Continue reading

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The Lee Side of Katia!

Discussion: The upper level low associated with the storm that produced all the rain over the interior northeast is now retrograding and starting to weaken. Over the next couple days it will eventually be absorbed by a strengthening jet stream … Continue reading

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Remnants of Lee Raining itself out over the Northeast

Discussion: An upper level cutoff low over the Ohio Valley will retrograde and fade out over the next couple days. This is evidenced by the rain that is finally starting to slow down over the hard hit areas of Central … Continue reading

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Nate next likely threat to US Mainland; Katia gone and Maria likely gone

Discussion: An Upper Level trough remains draped over the Ohio valley as a connected surface low cuts up just to the east over West Virginia. This disturbance, which has already been bringing large rainfall amounts to parts of the northeast, … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Discussion – Tropics Stay Active

Synopsis: A deep upper level trough extends over the eastern part of the country. Additional energy will be supplied as the remnant low of tropical storm lee continues bring tropical moisture up from the gulf. Lee’s associated surface low will … Continue reading

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Katia Trends West!

A quiet first half of the weekend lead to a downturn by Monday night. Heavy rain from the remnants of the tropical storm in the gulf will be amplified by the passage of a cold front on Tuesday. Looking ahead … Continue reading

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