TDY: SUNSHINE AND FALL LIKE – 65-70
TNTE: CLEAR- COOL – 45-50
WED: SUNNY – PLEASANT – MID 70S
THURS:PARTLY CLOUDY- MID 70S
FRI: A SHOWER OTHERWISE SOME SUN – 65-70
WEATHER TRIVIA: 1933- SLOW MOVING TROPICAL STORM CAUSES LANDSLIDES IN THE EAST: 8000 MINERS SCRAMBLE FOR THEIR LIVES IN WILKES-BARRE, PA: 100 MPH WIND ALONG THE COAST.
Satellite picture of Sally. Moving very slowly with 90-100 mph winds.
Since she is moving slowly…many hours of rain…wind and storm surge for central Gulf Coast. Not likely to make landfall until Wednesday.
Below – track of Sally…..track of Teddy……and rainfall through Friday.
Below – map of tropical Atlantic, animated map for next 2 days