Earl update and the next few days in a nutshell

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1. My thoughts on earl going west of the nhc track from yesterday have support from most of the models, including the operational gfs which has hurricane conditions Friday in southeast new england  from Earl. The Conn, RI, MA and NC coastlines are of concern as of now.

tomorrow the bwg area has  a shot at some scattered showers and storms from the disturbance moving around the edge of the ridge. Tuesday and Wednesday should be dry regionwide thanks to the ridge. Highs should range from the mid 80’s to low 90’s with lows in the upper 60’s.

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One Response to “Earl update and the next few days in a nutshell”

  1. mitchg Says:

    this from the nws
    ..AREAS OF DENSE FOG ACROSS SOUTHEAST KENTUCKY THIS MORNING…

    .MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES…VERY LIGHT WINDS…AND ENOUGH MOISTURE IN THE
    AIR HAS ALLOWED AREAS OF DENSE FOG TO FORM ACROSS A GOOD PORTION OF
    SOUTHEAST KENTUCKY. THE WORST FOG WILL BE SEEN THROUGHOUT THE
    CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND ALONG THE DEEPER RIVER VALLEYS ACROSS EASTERN
    KENTUCKY. THE FOG WILL REDUCE VISIBILITY DOWN TO A FEW HUNDRED FEET
    AT TIMES THROUGH DAWN. LOOK FOR THE FOG TO GRADUALLY LIFT AND BREAK
    UP TOWARD 9 AM EDT

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