Saturday, January 30, 2010

a simple idea forecast #1

Thursday....Florida severe weather

Thursday, January 28, 2010

My eyes on a system & Florida

In August 09 there was speculation of this El Nino occurring....diving into some articles explaining phenomena usually present in El Nino conditions I came across papers talking of interesting weather more prominent in Florida with these conditions. I have my heart on how this will unfold and see if there can be any sign of a pattern.

Looking anxiously and almost expectantly waiting for something to stick out and all I can get gittery about are the near closed off low in the North Pacific reaching near Cat 1 category hurricane pressure (now this does not mean it is considered a hurricane) and a low concentrated in the Gulf penentrating towards Florida with good characteristics of severe weather in the outlooks...with so many hours out in GFS this can only be better seen in later models put out at UCAR.

Upon looking later 180 hours out the low is intensely preparing for domination over California with the amount of moisture wrapping around the core of the low.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Happy New Year Everyone!

Hope all have a different year and for us weather enthusiasts to continue to ask themselves why they love their field of weather. It is our nature to have pride and want control its called humanism. Remember that we are blessed beyond belief to have an opportunity to enjoy every year full of blizzards, severe weather, hot dragging summer heat, and the list is infinite.... Keep in mind your passion in the case of meteorology......the only thing we should be aware of is to continue to protect life who cares about property....nature will do what it is going to do nothing you can really do about that.
I pray for everyone's safety, passion, joy, comfort, protection, and hope in the 2010 chase season. Its not the picture, its not the film, its not the closeness to fury, its not the money, its not about the best. It's about you and who you are and why we are out there wherever it may be. I am needed a reminder of this everyday.....
see you out their in the plains (severe weather fanatics)