Daily Archives: September 1, 2019

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Changes Show Up In The Week Ahead

Good Sunday, everyone. September is off and running on a steamy and sometimes stormy note across our part of the world. As this happens, Hurricane Dorian is threatening the southeastern seaboard and continues to show no signs of a direct impact on our weather. Indirectly, it may help deepen a trough across the eastern half of the country, though.

Let’s begin with today and roll forward. Temps are similar to where they’ve been for the past few days and we are likely to see a scattering of showers and storms. Once again, more folks stay dry than get wet, but any storm that goes up could be on the strong side.

Here are your Sunday storm trackers…

Our Labor Day Forecast looks to feature more of the same with a few thunderstorms crashing some cookouts.

From this point, our pattern will be dictated by what happens with Hurricane Dorian. This hurricane continues to be absolutely unbelievable to look at…

This may very well achieve Category 5 status at some point. Here’s the latest update and track forecast from the National Hurricane Center…

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Here are the latest Hurricane Model forecasts…

The GFS Ensembles…

The models and track forecast for this hurricane have shifted dramatically over the past few days and may very well shift again as the system rips through the Bahamas. Everyone along the east coast from Florida to North Carolina need to be on guard for a potential impact from this storm.

If this storm goes all the way up the coast like some models are suggesting, we could get some healthy shots of cool behind this…

Again, the extent of those cool shots depend on how everything with Dorian plays out in the coming days.

Have a happy Sunday and take care.

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