9/7 Dc/MD/VA Weather Outlook



Dry weather and beautiful days continues. Triple Tropical Storms are out in the Atlantic.. Can you tell we are near peak of the season? Concern on Track of Tropical Storm Ophelia and a Gulf Threat.. but still too early to tell. Still see a chance of a return to warm weather next week.


Summary:  I consider this the most beautiful time of year! I love fall and the change towards winter and snow is not too far away. We are really dry out there! Here is our 30 day departure from normal if you were wondering: http://cirrus.dnr.state.sc.us/images/30dPDeptSERCC.png There is a Chance of a shower MAYBE Friday.. but not likely

 

Tropics:  This continues to be the Busiest tropical Storm seasons on record. Ophelia was named last night. The earliest ?O? storm to date was September 16th. Great history on early storms can be found here: http://www.easternuswx.com/bb/index.php?showtopic=50190 . Concern is there that Ophelia will go across Florida and then pose a threat to the Gulf states again as at least a minimal hurricane. Still time to watch this one as she will be slow to move for a while. The question I have is will be start borrowing from next year?s storm list? Only 6 more storms to go and, and at this rate, I think we will do it! Historic season indeed!

 

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