Category: Southwest Florida

Pacific named storm crossing into the Atlantic basin? Likely will not keep the name, but could threaten the Gulf Coast in time. We explain.

By WeatherFlow meteorologist Shea Gibson on Sunday May 31, 2020. Earlier this morning, the first named storm of the seasoned formed in the eastern north Pacific: Tropical Storm Amanda Winds 35kts gusting to 45kts As of 4PM CDT today from the NHC Eastern Pacific, the storm became a remnant low and the last advisory was…

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Sneaky Outflow Boundary Creates Forecast Complications

By meteorologist Shea Gibson 4/11/2020 On Wednesday, April 8 we had a unique event occur in the morning that goes to show how complex weather systems can totally change a wind forecast very quickly. Specifically, the Tidewater and OBX locales were substantially affected by what is known as an “outflow boundary” or “gust front” for…

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CAD Burn Down Event

By WeatherFlow meteorologist Shea Gibson 3/26/2020 Ever heard of CAD? It is a term in meteorology known as “cold air damming”, where cool dense air settles under an area of High pressure under a blanket of thick stratiform clouds (mid to low level clouds). Along the East Coast, we see that this cool body of…

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