August 31, 2019

Hurricane Update

Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Missouri, Columbia, has this to say about the coming hurricane:

Dorian update. I'll discuss what is similar to yesterday's forecast, and what we'll change. Today's forecast is similar to yesterday's, but now even most of the models like it to recurve northward as stated yesterday. Dorian will likely come in somewhere on the FL east coast north of Miami and south of Jacksonville. The models like Dorian to remain moving at about 10 mph. I agree with this since the jet stream is further north. Look for the storm to continue it's movement and weaken over FL. This means about 10 - 12 inches of rain. Those of you on the west side of FL will get wind and rain, but not as much as the east side. As for those of you on the coast, look for Dorian to move up the coast at midweek or maybe even late week. The heaviest rains will remain along the coast from NC on north. For GA and SC, the heaviest rains will cover the one-third of the state closest to the coast. Inland maybe 0.25 - 1.5 inches locally.

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