Hurricane Matthew has left a destructive path across the Caribbean. Hurricane force winds are occurring along the Florida coast today as the eye moves almost parallel to the coast. Wind Analysis The sustained winds were at 120mph during the mid-morning near the center. It was tracking north/northwest at 13mph. The pressure was at 944mb (millibars) which converts to 27.86″ of mercury. On the satellite and radar it appears that there is an eyewall replacement cycle. That basically means that there is an inner and an outer eyewall. Satellite/Radar These compete for energy,…
Hurricane Matthew will have SOME effects on Hampton Roads, especially Saturday and Sunday.
Matthew is hitting the Bahamas today, and it will hit the east coast of Florida tomorrow.
Matthew Evening Update… & Explanation on Why Matthew Looks to Loop away for our area
The track of Matthew and the computer models have shifted dramatically in the last 24 hours.
There are still many uncertainties on Matthew’s track, but impacts can be expected this weekend.
Matthew is slamming Haiti today. The possible track of Matthew now includes our region by the weekend.
Tracking Matthew… Evening Update
The local forecast is pretty quiet. Watching the model updates on hurricane Matthew carefully.
Tracking Hurricane Matthew and how the storm could impact Hampton Roads.
It’s important to watch the trends and not react to one particular forecast update. #TRACKING MATTHEW
Scattered showers and storms again today. Rain will be heavy at times. Also tracking the latest on tropical storm Matthew.
Scattered rain showers continue for the next few days. Possibly into the weekend. Also tracking possible trouble in the tropics.
We’ll see rain increasing today. Rain will continue tomorrow, and it could cause some isolated areas of flooding. Also, we are tracking the …
Nice weather today, but rain will try to move back-in tomorrow and Wednesday. At the least…