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Good day everyone! Took Friday off, and brought my son to Canaveral, where we recorded the rocket launch.
Analysis of Global models and the regional NAM model indicate another coastal low/storm will being to take shape in about the next 18-24 hours off the SC/NC coasts. This system is forecast to head due north.
Albeit not forecast to be a particularly strong system (998 mb), sustained winds off the Mid Atlantic coast could reach around 30 knots, and sustained winds off the New England coast, especially close to and around Maine, could reach 35 to possibly 40 knots in some areas, as this low phases with a 500 mb low in about 72 hours.
Onshore winds could produce some minor coastal flooding over the area and minor beach erosion, especially during the times of high tide. On the backside, or western portion of this system, we can expect snowfall and wintry precipitation, along with colder temperatures heading south.
The following graphics are snowfall accumulation projections for the next 48 – 96 hours.
Have a blessed day!
T. F. “STORM” WALSH III
GMCS, USCG (ret)
METEOROLOGIST / HURRICANE SPECIALIST / SEVERE WEATHER SPECIALIST
MEMBER WEST CENTRAL FLORIDA AMS
OFFICIAL SKYWARN SPOTTER (ADVANCED)