Monday, July 21, 2014

July 18-20, 2014 Forecast Results

This next forecast, published a month ago, called for a severe weather pattern over the Florida Peninsula or  the passage of a tropical system over Florida which then headed toward the Carolinas. The time frame was between July 18th and 20th and was indicated by planetary "lines" that crossed over the southern tip of Florida as shown in the map below.

On Friday, July 18th, although no tropical system developed over Florida, Accuweather announced that an eastern coastal storm would bring downpours and ruin the weekend beach day from the Outer Banks of North Carolina to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The Accuweather map below shows the gathering storm system.

Meanwhile back in Florida at this time, a flood threat existed over the Florida Panhandle and surrounding areas over Alabama and Georgia. This gave way to daily thunderstorms bringing localized downpours over the Florida area and up through the Mid-Atlantic. The next two Accuweather maps show both of these scenarios.

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