3/8 – Rob’s “Disruptive Weather” Forecast

Several boundaries will affect the gulf coast beginning Wednesday evening through the weekend. These fronts will for the most part, lag to the west and provide for HEAVY RAIN accumulation; 4-6” possible along with WINDY CONDITIONS. Windy conditions will also cause issues along the beach with blowing sand and tides anticipated to rise 2-3’ above astronomical norm.

The 1st batch of HEAVY RAIN will come Wednesday night along with the possibility for a few SEVERE STORMS (strong winds & Tornadic) overnight into Thursday morning. The 2nd batch will come Thursday evening through Friday.

  • Anticipate several watches for the time-frame including; WIND ADV, SMALL CRAFT ADV, FLASH FLOODING etc…

High-pressure anchored to the east will finally break down by Friday allowing for the boundaries to begin their push NE to clear the area. Saturday night into Sunday will bring drier conditions.

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