TDY: PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY – LESS HUMID – LOW 80S
TNTE: PARTLY CLOUDY- LOWER 60S
WED: HAZY – HUMID – LATE THUNDERSTORMS – MID 80S
THUR: VARIABLY CLOUDY AND COOLER – 70
FRI: CLOUDY- WINDY- SOME RAIN POSSIBLE – MID 60S
WEATHER TRIVIA:1961 – DENVER, CO. – EARLIEST SNOW ON RECORD: 4.2” – BUT 2-3 FEET AT HIGH ELEVATIONS CLOSING ROADS FOR LABOR DAY WEEKEND.
Dorian continued stalled over The Grand Bahamas with 120-150 mph winds. He is expected to turn north and parallel the Florida Coast today…and then parallel the Carolinas with Hateras getting the biggest blow. AFter that he will pick up speed and head into Atlantic likely bringing wind and rain to Cape Cod Friday into Saturday. Cape Cod could get winds over 50 mph and heavy rain. Below – satellite picture of Dorian with model track and hurricane track.
Below – rainfall expected into Saturday…….followed by animated maps for next 2 days.
Look at tropics….very active with Fernand and Gabrille not far from being named. That is followed by today’s threat of severe weather in dark green and yellow.