The latest model runs are suggesting an odd occurrence off the - TopicsExpress



          

The latest model runs are suggesting an odd occurrence off the Carolina coast early next week. Both the EURO and the NAM (GFS keeps the low off farther off the coast) take the low that will bring us rain tomorrow and have it track in a circle just off of the Carolina coast. Ive plotted the sea level pressure and the track of the low for both the EURO and the NAM so you can see where it goes. The reason for this odd track is the strong area of high pressure over the northeast. This area of high pressure will block the low from continuing on a northeasterly route and instead redirect it to the south and then back to the north on the southwestern flank of the high. Both of these solutions could cause that low to bring us another round of rain on Monday. BTW... If you are interested in more than just the high/low temperatures and enjoy the behind the scenes of weather forecast consider joining the WFMY News 2 Weather Network Facebook group. Youll be a part of more posts and conversations similar to this one. Basically... its a group for all self-proclaimed Triad weather geeks. Heres where you go to join: https://facebook/groups/1542448189305841/
Posted on: Sat, 06 Dec 2014 03:49:58 +0000

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