Tropical Storm Beryl nearing the New England Coast. Increasing threat of Excessive Rainfall event for this coming weekend as well as some Severe Weather!
Summary: A combination of a stalling front with a vigorous upper level support, and more tropical moisture could spell quite a heavy rain event this weekend. Areas could receive in excess of 3 inches which again raises the threat for flooding rains! This may also mean Severe Weather!
By the way.. check out http://www.midatlanticweather.com if you have not in a while. Tropical Center has been updated and will be updated A LOT MORE in the next few weeks! Also, we have begun the photo gallery which you can email me pictures at wxmanATmidatlanticweather.com (replace the AT with the @ symbol) Many updated links have improved speed and information available. The menu alone has over 250 links in it! Just added Marine weather forecasts!
Tropics: Tropical Storm Beryl jogged westward overnight and is moving extremely slowly this morning. New England has Tropical Storm Warnings posted. See the latest info in the Tropical Center . The Tropics could really start to show some activity in about a week from what I can tell. I am hoping to have the Tropical area on Mid Atlantic Weather refined even more and the new tropical site up in the next 2 weeks! A lot of Satellite shots. The new Hamweather Plugin was recently posted! Should be great!
Thanks to all who continue to post to the Forum. The community has grown to 45 members. Please come and add flooding stories and pictures to the new Floods of 2006 topic: http://www.midatlanticweather.com/bb3/
Did You Know? I send this update out semi regularly via email! To get it send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org I also send a Severe Weather Alert when we need it. To get it email@example.com I am considering a tropical only list as well.
Great Host! Vodahost ! A plan you cannot beat!!! 24000 MB of space, unlimited domains, unlimited email accounts, unlimited MySqL! http://www.vodahost.com?a_aid=0048a41a
WxAlliance is transforming the way that weather information is available for websites! If you need weather information in a quick and reliable way, WxAlliance will surpass your expectations! http://www.wxalliance.com
Forecast text and graphics from National Weather Service. Mid Atlantic Weather com is not responsible for accuracy of these forecasts and may not be held liable for any damages caused by using this web site. Data may not be current therefore the user agrees to always rely upon official forecast products for their area provided by the National Weather Service.