SEVERE WEATHER ALERT:
Friday, June 30, 2006
It does look like thunderstorms will develop tomorrow over inland portions of Florida and generally move eastward, towards the Cape.
Thursday, June 29, 2006
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Wednesday, June 28, 2006
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Thunderstorms will form along a boundary caused by the clash of the Gulf and Atlantic seabreezes. The timing of the rain appears to be after 3PM. Thunderstorms will form around the US 301 region and drift northeastward. Before the thunderstorms develop we should be able to reach a high of 90 degrees under partly cloudy skies. Winds will generally be out of the southwest at around 8 mph.
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Tuesday, June 27, 2006
COASTAL WATERS FROM FERNANDINA BEACH TO ST. AUGUSTINE FL OUT 20 NM...
COASTAL WATERS FROM ST. AUGUSTINE TO FLAGLER BEACH FL OUT 20 NM... *
AN AREA OF THUNDERSTORMS...PRODUCING STRONG WINDS FROM 20 TO 30 KNOTS WITH GUSTS AROUND 35 KNOTS OVER COASTAL WATERS FROM FERNANDINA BEACH TO ST. AUGUSTINE FL OUT 20 NM. THE LINE OF STORMS WILL MOVE EAST AT 25 KNOTS. * THIS STRONG THUNDERSTORM WILL OTHERWISE REMAIN AWAY FROM SIGNIFICANT COASTAL LANDMARKS OVER THE INDICATED AREA. BOATERS SHOULD SEEK SAFE HARBOR IMMEDIATELY AND REMAIN IN PORT UNTIL THESE THUNDERSTORMS EXIT THE COASTAL WATERS. INTENSE LIGHTNING IS OCCURRING WITH THIS STORM. IF CAUGHT ON THE OPEN WATER STAY BELOW DECK IF POSSIBLE...KEEP AWAY FROM UNGROUNDED METAL OBJECTS.
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Monday, June 26, 2006
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Sunday, June 25, 2006
(Jacksonville, FL) The area, for the most part, is dry now but that will not last long. Tropical moisture is slowly making its way up the state, meaning its only a matter of time before North Florida gets in the action. Rainfall should totals should approach 1 inch today.
There is one new development this morning. According the Severe Storms Prediction center there could be the right ingredients in place for spin in the atmosphere, this in turn could lead to waterspouts and or tornadoes. Stay with JWB for continuing coverage on the possible severe weather. Updates will be posted immediately on http://jacksonvilleweather.blogspot.com
Saturday, June 24, 2006
(Jacksonville, FL) So far, Beryl has not developed but that doesn't mean that the tropical rains haven't. Scattered showers have been moving across the area and will continue throughout the day. Along the beaches gusty winds will accompany these storms.
Friday, June 23, 2006
4 Day Forecast
Saturday- Scatt. showers- especially during the early evening hours
Sunday- More showers- squalls anytime of the day
Monday- Rain most of the time- windy
Tuesday- Rain/overcast in morning- beautiful sunset
Estimated Rainfall for forecast period: 2.6 inches
Wednesday, June 21, 2006
The tropics are getting active, again. Yes it still June but Mother Nature maybe aligning herself to form the second tropical cyclone of the year. The majority of the forecast currently take a tropical cyclone towards the Southeast. Future updates as warranted.
Monday, June 19, 2006
Night: Patchy dense fog after 2am. Otherwise, partly cloudy, then gradually becoming clear, with a low around 69.
A few thundershowers have formed on Jacksonville's Westside. They are slowly drifting towards town. The thuhdershowers can produce locally heavy rain, cloud-to-ground lightning, and gusty winds. They should stay under severe limits however.
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Thursday, June 08, 2006
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL1130 ...A BROAD SURFACE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM LOCATED NEAR BELIZE IS PRODUCINGWIDESPREAD CLOUDINESS AND SHOWERS ACROSS THE EASTERN YUCATANPENINSULA... BELIZE... WESTERN CUBA... AND MUCH OF THE NORTHWESTERNCARIBBEAN SEA. ANY DEVELOPMENT OF THIS SYSTEM SHOULD BE SLOW TOOCCUR DUE TO ONLY MARGINALLY FAVORABLE UPPER-LEVEL WINDS ANDINTERACTION WITH LAND. HOWEVER... AS THE SYSTEM MOVES SLOWLY NORTHOR NORTHWESTWARD... LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL WILL BE POSSIBLE OVERMUCH OF THE YUCATAN PENINSULA... BELIZE... GUATEMALA... AND WESTERNCUBA DURING THE NEXT DAY OR TWO.
- A ship in the vicinity has recorded 3-4 mb pressure falls in the past 24 hours
- First model run:
Wednesday, June 07, 2006
Tuesday, June 06, 2006
The Red Cross has opened a shelter for evacuees at Spring Hill Baptist Church at 3811 Old Nassauville Road.
Monday, June 05, 2006
Sunday, June 04, 2006
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN JACKSONVILLE HAS ISSUED A * SPECIAL MARINE WARNING FOR...
COASTAL WATERS FROM ALTAMAHA SOUND TO FERNANDINA BEACH FL OUT 20 NM... * UNTIL 130 PM EDT * AT 1224 PM EDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A THUNDERSTORM...PRODUCING STRONG WINDS OVER 35 KNOTS 18 MILES NORTH OF FERNANDINA BEACH...MOVING SOUTHEAST AT 5 KNOTS.
* THIS STRONG THUNDERSTORM WILL IMPACT THE CUMBERLAND ISLAND VICINITY AND OTHER LOCATIONS ALONG THE CAMDEN COUNTY COASTLINE THROUGH 130 PM. MARINERS CAN ALSO EXPECT LOCALLY HIGH WAVES...DANGEROUS LIGHTNING...SMALL HAIL...AND HEAVY DOWNPOURS WITH THIS ACTIVITY. BOATERS SHOULD SEEK SAFE HARBOR IMMEDIATELY UNTIL THIS STORM PASSES