Posted by: NatureIsAwesome | September 28, 2011 @ 1:41 am

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The radar is alive with signals tonight. The upper level low that has been churning over the Great Lakes is moving slowly to the NE and in turn will allow for the advancement of the trough that has been keeping the chance of precipitation high over the region. This will significantly lower the chances of rain across South FL for the rest of the week as dry air works its way into the peninsula. As this trough moves east tonight, light E to SE wind flow could increase chances of locally heavy rainfall along the east coast before it moves off into the Atlantic. This means that migrant traps along the east coast should favor better tomorrow. Surface winds will just be too light to shift migrants inland so stick with coastal locations while in search of migrants tomorrow. A late week upper level low will continue to move NE through Canada pushing another trough of low pressure south. This will trigger the movement of a cold front that is currently over the Tennessee Valley to move SE into FL and eventually stall out over the FL Keys by Friday night. Thursday through the weekend should prove to be fruitful with the arrival of the aforementioned cold front.

Nature is Awesome,
Angel & Mariel


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