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  1. 3 points
    Good morning! Did you get enough rain yesterday? I know some had more than others and some had some wind and hail damage. If you had any damage, please share some pictures! This morning Isaias is moving quickly up the coast and generating a lot of quick spin up tornadoes as it goes. Behind Isaias, a trough is pushing across the midwest and impulses in the flow will bring another chance for afternoon showers and thunderstorms today, although the coverage will not be as great or intense as yesterday. Here's a look at the radar estimated rainfall from yesterday. Looking ahead... Here's a look at the precipitable water values for the next 10 days. Notice we dry out a little bit today through Thursday, but the moisture returns just in time for the weekend. High temperatures for today As you can see, we're back in summertime mode for weather. I'll tell you what though... I REALLY enjoyed the clouds and rain yesterday morning. It was breezy and cool with thunder and rain, and it was a nice change from the sunny hot mornings we've had lately. I hope everyone has a GREAT Tuesday!
  2. 3 points
    Good morning! Our rain activity will pick up starting today as Gulf moisture begins streaming across the area. Thursday and Friday will see even more rain as a combination of a stalled front and tropical moisture provides the ingredients necessary for heavy rainfall. On the morning map you can see the upper level trough that has shoved aside the area of high pressure that we've been under the influence of for the last 10 days, and that means rain and cooler temperatures for a while. Moisture will really be on the increase, and at times this week, we will see precipitable water anomalies of 2 standard deviations above normal. It will fell very tropical. Here's a look at the Euro's depiction of the those PW values. Here's the same view, but this time it is the PW anomalies. High PW values indicate the potential for very efficient precipitation producers. Keep in mind, the PW values indicate how much water vapor is in a column of air, it doesn't necessarily mean that is how much rain will fall. Thunderstorms pull moisture in toward the storm, so it not only has the vertical moisture around the storm, but also moisture it is pulling from the surrounding area. Here are some examples of how high PW values can influence the weather. https://www.theweatherprediction.com/habyhints3/899/ You can see that in a tropical environment, we have less hail and lower wind speeds, but can also have very heavy rains and lightning. Downdrafts become more of an issue due the tremendous amount of water that can be dumped very quickly. Our rainfall amounts for the next 7 days reflect the available moisture that we'll have in place, this is the Euro. And this is the Weather Prediction Center's official forecast. Our temperatures will be held in check by the additional clouds and rain that will be around, and what you may notice is that our daily highs will be below normal while our overnight lows will be above normal. The additional moisture acts as a buffer for the temps, keeping the nights a little warmer and the days a little cooler than if the atmosphere was drier. Looking out over the horizon, we're still watching Invest 92L trek across the Atlantic. The models are now curving this system out to sea before reaching the US, but it is still too early to know exactly where 92 will go. I'll continue to watch 92L for any hints on its eventual destination. I still haven't had any rain, so I'm hoping that over the next 4 days or so, my drought will come to an end! πŸ™‚ For today and tomorrow... Hope everyone has a great Tuesday!
  3. 3 points
    Good morning! Well, let's try this again. It's frustrating to spend a lot of time making a post, only to have something go wrong and it all goes away. Depp tropical moisture is wrapping around the western periphery of the Atlantic high, and that will keep the diurnal showers and thunderstorms in our forecast for at least the next 7 days. In the meantime... things are starting to brew in the tropics. I wanted to share Dr. Ryan Maue's post from last night, you can subscribe to these by clicking on this link. Ryan is a tropical weather expert on top of being a weather modeling expert, and most of the weather model images you see come from Ryan. Highlights are mine... HWRF 4 panel for TD 08L HWRF 4 panel for Gonzalo For us... That's it for now, I will be spending more time watching the tropics now so that you don't have to! Hope everyone has a great Thursday!
  4. 2 points
    Good morning! Nothing to talk about today, just more of the same summertime weather. Since there is nothing to talk about, there is no need to show you the surface map this morning. Instead, let's look at our precip and temps and how we've done so far this year and this month. First temps. We have been doing MUCH better than last year. These are the average temperatures since January 1. Don't forget, we had a HOT winter and January, February, and March were above normal. So we're just a couple of degrees over right now despite that. Once April rolled around, temperatures dropped compared to normal over a large part of the US. APRIL MAY JUNE So far for this month (through the 5th) we look like this. Our high temp anomalies look like this... And our low temp anomalies look like this. In this case, both the highs and lows are almost identical. Our rainfall anomalies are running above normal since January 1. The last 7 days have kept the bulk of the rain to the east and northeast portions of the state. And that is also reflected in the anomalies. As far as our current weather goes, expect the regular summertime temperatures and afternoon showers. Rainfall over the next 7 days will tend to fall in places where it has been falling, but everyone should see some. I picked three area in north Georgia for temps, Blairsville, Athens, and Dalton. That's it! Hope everyone has a great start to the weekend! πŸ™‚
  5. 2 points
    Good morning! Don't know about you, but I have some very breezy conditions here at the house this morning and it feels great! The last time I looked I was around 69 degrees, so throw in the breezy winds with cloudy skies and it's cool out there! πŸ™‚ Cheap thrills! It doesn't take much for me! πŸ™‚ Our weather today and tomorrow will be pretty much like the last several.... Our temperatures for the weekend will increase while the chances for those afternoon and evening thunderstorms decrease. Don't worry, the rain chances go back up to start the work week. πŸ™‚ Highs today look like this While the highs for the weekend and most of next week look like this. So... nothing new under the sun. πŸ˜‡ Hope everyone has a great Thursday!
  6. 2 points
    Good morning! TS Isaias is moving up the east coast this morning and is expected to make landfall over SC later today, and it could briefly regain hurricane strength before doing so. But our rain today will be focused along and either side of the I-85 corridor due to convergence between Isaias and a trough to the NW, and some showers are already starting to break out, and those will increase in coverage as the day progresses. Morning radar NWS Atlanta had a long discussion this morning, so I'll let you read and I'll highlight. πŸ™‚ Here's a look at the HRRR model (High Resolution Rapid Refresh) and its depiction of the rain today. And the NAM 3km Highs today will remain pleasant. Here's a little blurb about Isaias. So a fairly rainy day in store for many of us, it will be a nice break from the sun and heat from yesterday, although some of you have some nice evening thunderstorms to cool you off. πŸ™‚ I hope everyone has a great start to the work week!
  7. 2 points
    Good morning! Still no rain at my house, how about you? It's been all around, just not here. Looking at the southeast in the infrared view this morning, we see a wave moving through the base of the trough, and that may aid in the generation of showers and thunderstorms today, although it may be too far to the north to have any effect. Regardless, today and tomorrow will bring high chances for rainfall to all of north Georgia. So we now have Tropical Storm Isaias, and Isaias is starting to look like it may just skim the US coast and move out to sea. That is a little disappointing in terms of potential rainfall for us here, as it would be nice for us to keep our moisture levels up through the summer months. Here are the thoughts from the Atlanta NWS on our potential interaction with Isaias So no matter what happens to Isaias, we are locked in this pattern for a while. and I like this much better than the 90's and no clouds that we had before. πŸ™‚ Hope everyone that needs rain gets some, and if you've had too much, I hope I get yours! πŸ™‚ Have a great Thursday!
  8. 2 points
    Good morning! Some really good chances for rain today, and that will be a relief for some, while others may be tired of it already. πŸ™‚ Looking at the southeast this morning, we see a small surface high rotating moisture northward toward our area, and that moisture combined with the heating of the day will generate some hefty thunderstorms with heavy rain. Notice too... evidence of Potential Tropical Cyclone 9 as some of the models are bringing it over Florida. Since 09 is our main interest, let's take a look. First, the NHC discussion. The models show tracks like these. The variations in track have a lot to do with intensity of the storm. The higher the storm intensity, the more it wants to recurve toward the north, the weaker the storm, the further west it will track and that could mean the Gulf of Mexico. Notice that the Euro has a weaker storm now and most of its members take it to the Gulf. As you can see, there is much uncertainty at the moment, so all we can do is watch. If you or someone you know has interest in the Gulf or in Florida, now is the time to think about your hurricane plan and make sure it's updated. Here are the early thoughts from NWS Atlanta about the potential impacts for us. In the meantime, we still have weather going on here. In other words, periods of heavy rain today, tomorrow, and Friday. The precip forecast through Monday looks like this. I'll be tracking it all for you, just check back for the latest updates! Have a wonderful Wednesday!
  9. 2 points
    Good morning! Yesterday was a dud for thunderstorms and today may not be much different. But chances really do increase toward tomorrow, so expect a greater coverage of the afternoon and evening thunderstorms. Invest 92L We are continuing to watch this disturbance track across the Atlantic this morning, and the chances are increasing for this to become a tropical depression or storm in the next day or so. The Euro has backed off of the major hurricane scenario that it was showing, but the models are still bringing this system toward the southeast US. We will have some rain this week as additional tropical moisture spreads into the area. The WPC rainfall forecast for the next 7 days looks like this. The last 14 days shows the have's and the have not's. Here where I live in Big Canoe, we are the have not's. πŸ™‚ Just to me east and northeast we have the have's. The Euro and GFS are advertising this much rainfall of the next 7 days. While there might be some differences in the amount of rain everyone has received over the last 14 days, the anomalies are not that great. Most of the area has been below normal as evident by the brownish colors on the map. The areas that have received the higher rainfall amounts are the ones that are closer to normal. So we start off the week like we ended it, with more chances for summertime weather. Hope everyone has a wonderful Monday!
  10. 2 points
    Good morning to all! We had a great day yesterday with little to no rain, and no, that wasn't quite the forecast. So, let's try again for today and say afternoon and evening rain will return today and tomorrow. Interesting things showing up on the maps and models now, so the post may start to get a little longer. πŸ™‚ You needed something to read didn't you? πŸ™‚ Notice Tropical Storm Hannah as she makes her way west to Texas, and I'll have more on her later. So let's get the things done that aren't so interesting... like today's and tomorrow's weather. Note my blue highlight. It just means any storms that form over the mountains can get stuck in one place for a while, and that could potentially lead to some flash flooding. As long as we're talking about "our" weather, let's continue on... Meh... summer weather. I think we can find things more interesting to talk about. πŸ™‚ The tropics are lighting up right now and based on the various tropical season forecast, it would be a very active season. In the Atlantic basin, we have 3 different areas we are watching, Hanna in the Gulf, Gonzalo in the middle of the Atlantic, and a new area of interest that also might become a hurricane. Tropical Storm Hanna Gonzalo So two small systems that will have no major impact on our area. However, there is one more that will be exiting the African coast... and THIS is the one we need to watch. Area of Interest We are still VERY early in the ballgame with this system, but the models are latching on to what appears to be a major hurricane. Again... we're a long way off and we'll need to watch this closely. Ensembles are what we watch this far out, but it is interesting that the op run of the Euro is showing rather large probabilities of a Tropical Storm southeast of Florida already. But even more interesting is that it is also showing probabilities of a hurricane. When we turn to the ensembles to see what kind of support the op run has, we're seeing pretty ominous signs for this far out. All of those orange and red lines are individual ensemble members (out of 51) and those indicate a hurricane. So... we wait. And while we wait, we enjoy our afternoon and evening thunderstorms and summertime temperatures. πŸ™‚ What else can you do? πŸ™‚ Hope you have a great Friday and a great start to the weekend!
  11. 2 points
    Good morning! Another very warm day is in store for today and tomorrow and Thursday and Friday.... eh... you get the idea. The southeast is still under the influence of high pressure to our west, and that will act to minimize the afternoon and evening thunderstorms for a while. You can also see that Georgia is mostly in the 70 degree range this morning under clear skies. At 5:30 AM, the lower 48 states had a max temp of 105.1ΒΊ and a low of 22.5ΒΊ. Lots of other good stats here in this image. Our high temperatures will be running about 3-5 degrees above normal today. Despite the hot temps here, no records are expected, although out over TX and the desert southwest a few may be broken. Again, nothing to talk about, so I''ll end it here! πŸ™‚ Hope everyone has a great Tuesday and stay cool!
  12. 2 points
    Good morning! We made it to the end of the work week! I have to give you something to look at, 'cause the weather leaves us with nothing. πŸ™‚ On the morning map you can see the drier air (orange or rust colors) that will be making its way to our area this evening. The isobars are showing the 500 mb level, and the systems that come our way are are traveling in the direction of the line (and yellow arrow). Looking ahead, you can see that the NW flow will bring waves of energy that can trigger showers and thunderstorms, but timing those and figuring out exactly where they are going to go is not something that can be done very far in advance. Despite the hot temperatures, there are no record highs in jeopardy anywhere across the southeast over the next 7 days, so consider what we're going to have to be fairly typical summertime weather here. Here are the high and low temperature anomalies for the month so far. Cooler than normal highs and warmer than normal temperatures are an indication of above normal moisture. Max Temp Anomalies Min Temp Anomalies 14 day Precipitation Anomalies I had a GREAT time lapse of the clouds yesterday, and in case you are interested, here it is. That's about it! I hope everyone enjoys the start to a great weekend!
  13. 1 point
    Good morning! A relatively dry day yesterday and probably more of the same for today, as we're stuck on the downslope side of a high pressure. There are some waves moving through the flow and it's possible to see some action from that... but maybe not today. In this video loop, you can see a MCS over Illinois that is slowly moving our direction, but it's only a trick! πŸ™‚ The models are showing that one dissipating but another following behind "may" bring a better chance for rain Monday. wv-8-9.mp4 These are the thoughts from NWS Atlanta Birmingham NWS also mentions the MCS in their morning discussion Here's the simulated radar from the NAM 3 km and you can watch the first MCS fall apart as it approaches, but a second wave follows on the heels of the first one. The Euro even shows the 2nd wave dropping to the GA coast and turning into an area of low pressure before lifting off to the NE. This is a 850 vorticity loop from the Euro and you can see the low form off the coast. For today, our highs will look like this. There's not much else to talk about right now, it's just going to be summer. πŸ™‚ It is called the doldrums for a reason. πŸ™‚ Hope everyone has a great Sunday!
  14. 1 point
    Definitely ready for some cooler fall weather..
  15. 1 point
    Good morning! We managed to pick up some nice storms yesterday! Here's a picture of a thunderstorm over Commerce right before sunset, and that storm is 45 miles away from me. It looks closer in person than it does in this picture. I had another nice thunderstorm pass to my east, this image is looking toward Dahlonega. Today and tomorrow will be like yesterday, so nothing new for a few days. I suppose you heard about the damage from a thunderstorm on Lake Lanier the other day, and it was determined that a microburst was the culprit. I didn't know if you had seen this video that this person took. I Tweeted three images to the NWS. These are the images. Each image was 5 minutes apart and is a 3D volumetric scan and the purple generally indicates hail. 2:27 PM 2:33 PM 2:39 PM Certainly evidence that over a 15-20 minute span, that core emptied itself completely. Microburst create tremendous downdraft winds that can reach tornado strength over a large area. When the core collapses, the rain/hail combination creates the high winds and once the column mass approaches the ground, the winds spread out radially in all directions. That's it for today! Expect the afternoon and evening thunderstorms to continue for the foreseeable future. As long as we can keep the heat away... I'm good! Have a great Wednesday!
  16. 1 point
    LOL!!!!! There is no telling! If you had clicked on that top link in the image, you could have seen a high def view! πŸ™‚ I can't even tell you if that's me, my wife, or one of the "Little People" that live in the woods up here. LOL!
  17. 1 point
    Good morning! The only real story this morning is Tropical Storm Isaias that is riding the Gulf Stream near Ft. Lauderdale. Overnight Isaias was downgraded to a TS with max winds of 65 mph. Almost all the rain and the highest winds are offshore, so no serious threats except for surge and high tides. Since we are on the wrong side of Isaias, instead of rising air, we have sinking air, and that means dry and hot. Here are the highs for today... And rainfall through 2 am Monday morning... Just the typical summertime weather for Georgia with little to talk about, and even Isaias wasn't/isn't much to talk about. Summer is NOT my favorite time of the year for weather, it's just generally boring. I suppose that's good in a lot of ways, you don't have to worry to much about the weather for outdoor activities, it's pretty predictable most of the time. The only real fly in the ointment are hurricanes and even those don't generally bring us bad weather as you can see from this one. So enjoy what we have, it's not like we have a choice in the weather! πŸ™‚ Hope you have a great Sunday!
  18. 1 point
    Good morning! Welcome to August! I know I shouldn't, but I think of August as the last summer month for some reason. It is the month when our temperatures begin a slow fall downward and it is the 3rd most active month for hurricanes, with September #1 and October #2. This morning Isaias is looking pretty rough and has been split in half, but I'll have more about that in the dedicated post. For us, we will have a patch of drier air moving through today and that is going to cause our temperatures to jump up toward the 90's. Summer continues, so nothing out of the ordinary is in the cards for us right now. Highs today will look like this. And the next 7 days of rain looks meager for many of us. Oh the joys of summer! πŸ™‚ For more infor in Isaias, I just did the 5 AM update. I'm not adding a lot of commentary since this storm will basically stay off the coast and not have any real effect for us here. Hope everyone has a great Saturday!
  19. 1 point
    So, if I am understanding correctly, unless some huge change happens, we will most likely only see the outer bands of this hurricane?
  20. 1 point
    Good morning! We now have Hurricane Isaias that is continuing to move toward the US this morning. Since it is now a hurricane, I have a separate discussion topic just for that, so click on this box below and it will take you straight there. You can see a disturbance to our NW that may impact our weather for today, and you can see Isaias down int he far lower right of this image. He's a little disorganized right now but it still packing 80 mph winds. But for us here, let's turn to the NWS and see what their thoughts are. Nothing really changes for us, because on the current forecast track, Isaias will stay well to our east and with very minimal impact. Rainfall amounts look like this across the southeast. Other than that, not much to talk about except those afternoon and evening thundershowers. Hope everyone has a great Friday and a fantastic weekend. πŸ™‚
  21. 1 point
    It's important to note that if this center stays south of the big island, this system could come further west than what is being shown right now.
  22. 1 point
    I FINALLY had rain this morning!!! Of course! Enjoy the rainfall!
  23. 1 point
    I received my first rain in over a month yesterday I figure we got about .3 but it was a beautiful rain. It was in the very low 80s with a breeze. Such a wonderful respite after probably 40 days or more of 90 plus. My grass is burnt. It cracks when you walk on it except for spots that sit in the shade of the house. I was hoping for some rain from Isaias at least but if the forecast continues as is we will not get much at all. But it is still early in the game
  24. 1 point
    Good morning! We had a few strong thunderstorms yesterday and today will be no different. Hanna continues to bring heavy rain to southern Texas as she moves west, and the counterclockwise rotation, in combination with the high pressure over the Atlantic, also continues to pump moisture our direction. Since our forecast hasn't changed much and you pretty much know what to expect, here is the outlook for today and tomorrow. But a pattern change appears to be in our future. The Euro ensemble is not as bullish this morning with a strong hurricane, and the models appear to favor an east coast track. The other models look like this. Obviously much can change between now and then, so all we can do now is speculate and continue to watch its development. Here are the National Hurricane Centers thoughts. Be careful when these thunderstorms pop up, they have had LOTS of lightning. Remember lightning can strike more than 10 miles from the storm, so be very careful when outdoors or on the water. Hope everyone has a safe and happy Sunday!
  25. 1 point
    Good morning! It's 4 am, do you know where your weather guy is? Yea... sitting right here writing this post. πŸ™‚ Lots going on this morning so let's jump right in. Tropical Storm Hanna is approaching the southern TX coast this morning with 65 mph winds and heavy rains. Hanna WPC 7 Day Rainfall Forecast for Texas Gonzalo We won't spend any time on Gonzalo as he is a non-starter. He's going to fade away while moving west/southwest over the Caribbean. Invest 92L This is the one to watch closely. The steering pattern is such that a long track hurricane might be possible, and right now that curve in the track leads to the southeast US. It looks to be a robust wave, but looking at the next 48 hours you think "that's nothing". Let's take a look at the Euro ensemble Tropical Depression probabilities 10 days out. That is a strong signal and you can see where it is leading. Here's a look at Tropical Storm probabilities, and once again, a very strong signal this far out. I just grabbed the latest Euro ensemble hot off the press, and this is what that looks like. Slightly less members showing a hurricane and slightly further east than the previous run. Looking at the GFS ensembles, this is what we see. Canadian ensemble And all the other hurricane models. This mornings satellite image shows a great comparison between Hanna (yellow), Gonzalo (blue), and Invest 92L (red). 92L will be moving through an area with little to no dust or shear. And the sea surface temps in the Main Development Region (MDR) are above normal. Looking at water temps closer to home, we can see that Hanna stirred the pot and that upwelling brought some cooler temps to the surface, but temps are well above normal up the east coast. Hurricanes love to track along areas of warmer water and as we've seen in the past with Hurricane Matthew, they also like to ride the coastline. So for our immediate future, the weather is looking like this: It's nice seeing a trend down in the temperatures and an increase in rain. And speaking of rain, I need rain, it's been 9 days since we've had any measurable precipitation here although people to my east have had a lot more. Here is the 14 day rainfall map and anomalies as of 8 am yesterday. Nice to see the trend down in temps, this is what highs next Friday may look like. That's it for now... Hope everyone has a great Saturday!
  26. 1 point
    Looks kinda like a direct hit even this far out,
  27. 1 point
    Good morning! Well... what else can I say? More of the same. Lather, rinse, repeat. Groundhog Day. Lots of moisture trapped underneath the weak ridge of high pressure. Notice the system that will be passing east to west across the Gulf of Mexico. It would be nice to have some of that tropical moisture to cool things off, but that area is heading off toward Texas. Here's a look at the Euro's thought about hourly temperatures through 8 pm Saturday. Here's a look at the potential precipitable water values for the next ten days and it's easy to see the wave moving across the Gulf. Note that at the end of the loop, much drier air pushes into Georgia. It's 10 days away so things can change... And last, here's a look at the National Hurricane Center's thoughts on the wave in the Gulf. Not much else to talk about... still a typical summertime pattern that holds no surprises. I hope everyone has a wonderful Wednesday!
  28. 1 point
    Good morning! Whew!!! That was a hot one yesterday. Athens and Macon hit 102ΒΊ yesterday. But look at these temperatures I've recorded. Keep in mind, I'm not nearly as hot as some people since I'm at 2000 feet. The warmest day/night is a 12 hour average from 6pm-6am (night) and 6am-6pm (day). It's pretty amazing that I was 80 degrees at midnight in the mountains. Blairsville on the other hand was quite a bit cooler. Here's a look at the Euro's depiction of the 500 mb pattern. Notice how the fringes of the Bermuda high get shunted westward. At least that's the plan, let's hope it actually does. So... how do you like summer so far? I warned you abut the southeast ridge hanging around for a while. Let's hope that we'll get a break with some tropical moisture, right now we could use a little rainfall for multiple reasons. Right now though, we're in good shape in terms of soil moisture with only a couple of dry areas showing up across the state. The fire potential is low right now and we want it to stay that way, so we don't want to see an extended heat wave across the southeast. So expect more of the same this week. At least the rain chances will be increasing and any shower you might get will help to take the edge off the heat. Have a great Tuesday!
  29. 1 point
    Believe it or not, those are birds leaving their roost. πŸ™‚ You see those often in the summertime.
  30. 1 point
    Good morning! Today and tomorrow will be roughly the same, but we start to see some potential changes in the pattern. Actually, we will have greater chances for rain, so that may help to moderate the afternoon temps some. The little purple circle over Atlanta is indicating a small 300 mb high over Georgia. As you go down in the atmospheric levels that area of high pressure expands both east and west, with the center out over the Atlantic. To the north you can see the pooling of moisture along a frontal boundary that may be a player for us later in the week. South of that boundary you can see temperatures in the 70's and 80's this morning while to the north, mainly 60's, except cooler over the Rockies. You did read the last sentence? Just checking... πŸ˜‰ I don't really see anything on either major ensemble at the moment, so I'll keep watching. The GFS and Euro bring a slug of moisture across the Gulf into TX later this week, but not seeing any organization with it right now. The greatest chance for rain over the next 7 days will be in the mountain areas and the NE corner of the state. Remember these are average amounts, if you get one of the thunderstorms, you may see more, or, if you are like me, not see any at all. πŸ€” The last two days the rain has been 2-3 miles to my east and I get the spittle that's leftover. There was also a lot of lightning last night which I haven't seen much of lately. The high temps and the heat index look like this at 4 pm. I don't like those colors... looks like sunburned skin! πŸ˜› I hope everyone has a great Monday! Stay cool!
  31. 1 point
    Too hot! Bring on fall!!!
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  33. 1 point
    Know you can’t tell but I don’t like it either
  34. 1 point
    Good morning! I am running late again today, we've had some visitors the last few days and they left this morning. Hot, hot, hot. I still haven't hit 90 here at Big Canoe, but I came close yesterday with a high of 89.2ΒΊ, but I expect to break that number today. Highs today across the Southeast Zoomed in... High temp anomalies I reset all of my detailed weather data and started fresh on June 1. These are the highs and lows I've recorded since then. So no changes, just the same old weather. Hope everyone has a great Saturday, stay cool! πŸ™‚
  35. 1 point
    Good morning! Hope everyone got to see a little rain yesterday, it poured here for a while during the afternoon hours. I'll have some of those rainfall totals later. Moisture has arrived and you can see more pushing in on this water vapor image from this morning. This image shows precipitable water values, and they stay relatively high for the next 7 days. But watch closely toward the end of the loop and watch a tropical system enter the picture. But for now, just the same old weather. I did have a good video day yesterday if you are interested. Hope everyone has a wonderful Thursday!
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  37. 1 point
    Good morning! Don't know about you, but for me, this month seems to be flying by! We're still in a NW flow pattern and that is going to keep us hot and dry for the next three days. Notice the warm temperatures all the way to Maine on the east coast and in to Canada in the central part of the US. Again, it's our normal summertime weather that really requires no explaining from me, so I'll let the NWS do the "splaning" instead. πŸ™‚ Here are the daily high temps for this work week. That's it. Nothing going on, nothing to talk about. Summer doldrums! Enjoy the weather and have a great Monday!
  38. 1 point
    Good morning! We're starting off the day just like we did yesterday with clear skies and breezy warm conditions, however, it won't stay like that for long. We have a MCS located over middle Tennessee pushing southeast, and that should impact the north Georgia area later this morning and possibly into the afternoon hours. When we get in a NW flow, this type of system is always a possibility during the summer. Here are the SPC risk areas for today. I'll be watching this for you throughout the morning and keep you updated for any developments as this complex approaches. There is some uncertainty so the confidence is not the greatest that it will even make it here, we'll see. Otherwise, hot temperatures will be the main story, especially Tuesday through Friday. Oh yea. πŸ₯΅ The hottest day looks to be Thursday, but Wednesday and Friday aren't far behind. Stay cool and hope the rain arrives before drying out! Have a great Sunday!
  39. 1 point
    I wouldn't mind enduring a little thunder and wind if the rain will cool us off a bit. Friday it got all scary-looking and thundery here, it thundered twice, there was a handful of big fat raindrops, and that's all she wrote. I don't like being teased. πŸ˜‰
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