Sunday, October 9, 2011

There is definitely some strong winds along the Florida Central East Coast. A gail warning is in effect for the offshore waters north of Vero Beach, and a high wind warning north of Melbourne. From satellite we see a vigorous MCV, (mesoscale convective vorticy) sliding northward just inland from the coast. There is little in the way of surface circulation and an MCV is usually an mid level system.
This will produce heavy rain, string winds and maybe some strong thunderstorms as well so keep your NOAA All Hazards Radios on standby tonight if you live in northeast Florida or southeast Georgia.


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