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Sept 18: Onshore Flow Detected!

Sept 18: Onshore Flow Detected!

Jonathan Carr 🕔14:02, 18.Sep 2015

Today and tomorrow should be the last few days of warmer temperatures and elevated humidity. On Sunday we’ll have a dry cold frontal passage which will provide some relief. Beyond that is interesting. After the front moves through on Sunday,

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Warm and Humid Week Expected (Aug 31-Sept 4)

Warm and Humid Week Expected (Aug 31-Sept 4)

Jonathan Carr 🕔10:59, 31.Aug 2015

High pressure will continue to dominate the region but temperatures and humidity should make it feel more like July than September. Let’s break each day down: Monday high temperatures should range from 85-90 with interior regions having the best chance

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Aug 29: Heat Wave Detected!

Aug 29: Heat Wave Detected!

Jonathan Carr 🕔20:39, 29.Aug 2015

A strong ridge of re-enforced high pressure should continue building over the E. US. This will bring above-average temperatures to the entire mid-Atlantic region for the first third-to-half of September. I’ll be releasing the long-range September outlook (powered by WeatherTrends360)

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Aug 29: Tropics Update

Aug 29: Tropics Update

Jonathan Carr 🕔09:42, 29.Aug 2015

Erika has remained extremely weak and has been downgraded to just a tropical depression. This is due to land interaction and the stronger shear environment of the northern Caribbean. Because of this, she has drifted westward considerably before making the

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Gorgeous Weekend Expected! (Aug 28-30)

Gorgeous Weekend Expected! (Aug 28-30)

Jonathan Carr 🕔10:39, 28.Aug 2015

Total high pressure domination for a beautiful late-summer weekend. Let’s break it down… Friday high temperatures should reach the upper-70s and lower-80s statewide. Skies should be mostly sunny with a pleasant dry and crisp feel. Winds should be light out

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Aug 27: Erika Likely to Threaten SE US Coast

Aug 27: Erika Likely to Threaten SE US Coast

Jonathan Carr 🕔21:27, 27.Aug 2015

Tropical Storm Erika remains weak in the NE Caribbean Sea. She will battle a strong upper-level wind shear environment over the next 24-36 hours as well as possibly the higher elevations of Hispaniola. This should keep her weak despite healthy

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Aug 26: East Coast Impact from Erika Gaining Confidence

Aug 26: East Coast Impact from Erika Gaining Confidence

Jonathan Carr 🕔11:28, 26.Aug 2015

Erika has slightly intensified overnight and this morning. The big question is “How will this impact the US east coast?” Well, the Bahamas and Florida, as stated yesterday, should begin taking Erika seriously. We’re still a ways out and model guidance

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Aug 25: Monitoring Erika

Aug 25: Monitoring Erika

Jonathan Carr 🕔10:37, 25.Aug 2015

Invest 98L has evolved into Tropical Storm Erica who presents a much more realistic threat to the east coast than Danny ever did. She has less (but some) shear to deal with but once into the Bahamas, she could intensify into

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Aug 24: Tropics Update

Aug 24: Tropics Update

Jonathan Carr 🕔12:32, 24.Aug 2015

Danny has sheared apart into tropical remnants which verified the most-likely scenario. Remnants however will continue to impact the NE Caribbean with rainfall and only light-to-moderate tropical winds. The only thing worth watching is if such tropical remnants re-intensify “if”

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Mixed Weather Expected (Aug 24-28)

Mixed Weather Expected (Aug 24-28)

Jonathan Carr 🕔15:47, 23.Aug 2015

General Discussion: A low pressure system of tropical interest (Invest 97L) is spinning off the east coast but presents no direct threat of landfall. Therefore, coastal regions should take notice of increased surf and rip currents through at least Wednesday

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