Category: Coastal Georgia

Joaquin continues to surprise.

‬ By WeatherFlow meteorologist Shea Gibson. Joaquin is now a hurricane and could very well become a major hurricane in the next day or so.  As of 8am this morning on September 30, 2015, winds are up to 75mph and pressure down to 970mb’s. Movement SW at 6mph towards the Bahamas. Models currently still trend westwards…

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The Journey of Joaquin

By WeatherFlow meteorologist Shea Gibson Mixed bag of …..man what a mess. Joaquin expected to meander a couple or 3 days then make a move while slowly strengthening. NHC still betting on the West over to North turn. Could slide SW and strengthen near the Bahamas for a good tan and a fresh Mojito…then get…

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Hurricane history in the making.

Unusual hurricane pattens in Hawaiian and Cabo Verde Islands. Take a look at the animation below of the 4 hurricanes currently transiting Hawaiian waters south of the North Pacific High. Never in recorded history has there been 4 hurricanes at the same time in these waters. Meteorologically speaking having 4 hurricanes at the same time…

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Sea Breezes in the Southeast Region: Part II – Types of Sea Breezes

By WeatherFlow meteorologist Shea Gibson. In Part I, we discussed the general understanding of how Sea Breezes work. In part II, we will look at the different classifications of Sea Breezes and how each one works. In order to fully understand the “Is there only one kind of Sea Breeze?” question – and since they are…

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Heat Wave in the Southeast caps the Sea Breezes.

By WeatherFlow meteorologist Shea Gibson After moderate and free flowing Sea Breezes from Thursday, June 11th to Saturday, June 13, Appalachian High pressure has built to the west and is working with Atlantic High pressure to place a large heat trapping dome over the SE Region.  Here is some perspective in a YouTube video explaining…

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