Back on June 4, I posted some model forecasts on Facebook that showed a disturbance coming together in the eastern Pacific on June 8, then crossing over the Isthmus of Tehuantepec/Yucatan area, then entering and developing in the western Gulf of Mexico on June 12-13, and finally, ...
Since my last update on Friday morning, Tropical Storm Ana made landfall near Myrtle Beach, SC early Sunday morning with maximum sustained winds of 45 mph. While this may not seem like a significant event, to the best of my knowledge, this was the strongest U.S. landfall so early in the season.
Since yesterday, the low pressure system I've been discussing this week off the southeast US coast has gotten slightly better organized, but still is not much more than a nuisance rain-maker. There is quite a bit of dry air wrapping into the circulation, but an area of heavier rain is developing ...
Another post today to usher in the beginning of the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season! This one is provided by my good friend and guest blogger, Michael Laca. Michael is a Miami native, and has experienced many hurricanes, both in Miami and on his numerous storm chases over the years.
For the 32nd consecutive year, Colorado State University issued a long-range seasonal outlook for hurricane activity in the Atlantic. Seasonal prediction of hurricane activity is done by several groups and agencies now, but the pioneer was Bill Gray in the early 1980s.
Nothing negative to say... it's clean, the food is very good, the Cuban coffees are excellent, there's outdoor seating, the staff was friendly, the service was quick, and the prices are quite reasonable.
Under new management since June 2012, this charming store is packed with treasures, ranging from vintage knick-knacks to antique furniture to collectibles. Grab a coffee in the store and peruse, and be sure to meet the store dog, Eliza.