Thursday, October 20, 2011

Fall has arrived in south Florida finally. Not a moment too soon. Key West is still recovering from the
flooding rains from earlier in the week. Fortunately the Goombay Festival will have great weather for
the weekend. We currently have dew points in the 50s at the southern most point of the contiguous United States. As for the rest of the country, there are only a few regions with any precipitation, mainly the Great Lakes and New England, with some show/rain depending on altitude in the northern Rockies. The returns in the southeast are false returns noot rain.

Select to go to the NWS homepageDoppler Radar National Mosaic

NHC is watching a couple of areas in the Atlantic but will say that the trough in the east will keep any
thing tropical away from the US coastline at least through 10 days at this point.


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