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Labor Day Weekend Weather and Rough Ocean at the Beaches

Discussion started by Dean D Davison 1 year ago

Good Morning,

A cool down has occured for the southeast especially areas of the carolinas and virginia. One bug issue is occuring which is rip currents.This is being caused by a coastal low.

Forecast valid Sunday 12Z

 

Sunday looks a little wet with a possible shower or thundertorm on the coastal locations as the high pressure combines with the coastal low to push just enough moisture to the coast line

Forecast valid Monday 12Z

Beautiful weather will be present from the nj de va shorelines  and some showers pssible ib areas such as the outer banks as well as fl

Day 5 Fronts and Pressures

By Mid week we wil see a front  move to the east with the potential of showers and thunderstorms as the midwest carries out clear and cool air

 

 

http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/tatl/wv-l.jpg

So u can see the disturbed weather off the carolinas but we are looking at this ikmage for what is looking bad for the future of ts grace, there is alot of dry air avalible an obvious shear in the area towards the us mainland. If the pattern changes which it may it would allow grace to become more of an issue . My biggest issue in this developing would be the dry air..

[Image of 5-day forecast and coastal areas under a warning or a watch]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notice no quick strenthening

 

RIP CURRENT THREAT HIGH

 

When wind and waves push water toward the shore, that water is often forced sideways by the oncoming waves. This water streams along the shoreline until it finds a suitable exit route back out to the open water, straight out, at a right angle to the beach. This return flow of water is called a rip current. Rip currents are usually quite narrow, and are located in places such as where there is a gap in a sandbar, under piers, and along jetties..

 

High Pressure and Low pressure  will combine to push more wind and water in .

 

Be careful and have a great holiday weekend

 

Dean D Davison

Meteorologist

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