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Heaviest rain off Carolina coast this week

The latest 7-day QPF forecast shows that the heaviest rain this week is likely to be along the Atlantic Coast in North and South Carolina, where a nearly stationary front is draped across the region. This will be the focus of most of the rain this week, with lighter amounts…
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Webinar: Southeast Climate and Hurricane Outlook, Tuesday June 9 at 10 am EDT

Southeast Climate WebinarSoutheast Climate Monthly Webinar + Hurricane OutlookTuesday, June 9, 2020 at 10 am ET/9 am CT Join us for the Southeast Climate Monthly Webinar! These webinars provide the region’s stakeholders and interested parties with timely information on current and developing climate conditions such as drought, floods, and tropical…
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Biggest rainmaker this week is TS Cristobal

Folks in Florida are already starting to see the rainfall from the outlying bands of Tropical Storm Cristobal, which is now located in the central Gulf of Mexico moving north. The west side of the storm is pretty dry, but the east side is very juicy, with bands of heavy…
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Southeast Climate Outlook for Summer and Fall 2020

Main points: Neutral conditions are expected to change to La NiƱa by fall Active Atlantic hurricane season, but no way to know where they will go Long-term trends towards higher temperatures and humidity, especially at night Warmer and wetter conditions likely across Southeast summer, especially near Gulf Coast, with warmer…
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Fairly dry week except in southern Florida

The latest 7 day QPF map shows that most of the Southeast should have a fairly dry week, with some showers this weekend and again towards the end of the week but mostly dry mid-week. The exception is the southern end of the Florida peninsula, which could receive copious rain…
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