Atlantic named storms for 2009:
|1||Tropical Depression ONE||28-29 MAY||30||1006||-|
|2||Tropical Storm ANA||11-17 AUG||35||-|
|3||Hurricane-4 BILL||15-24 AUG||115||4|
|4||Tropical Storm CLAUDETTE||16-18 AUG||45||-|
|5||Tropical Storm DANNY||26-29 AUG||50||-|
|6||Tropical Storm ERIKA||01-04 SEP||50||1004||-|
|7||Hurricane-3 FRED||07-12 SEP||105||958||3|
|8||Tropical Depression EIGHT||25-26 SEP||30||1008||-|
|9||Tropical Storm GRACE||05-06 OCT||60||986||-|
|10||Tropical Storm HENRI||06-08 OCT||45||1005||-|
|11||Hurricane-2 IDA||04-10 NOV||90||2|
Back home, we are keeping an eye on the storm system coming from the south, which will be arriving Wednesday into Thursday. Yesterday the models were showing that the storms system would be bringing cooler air in sooner, and resulting in the first possibilites of accumulation snow this season. The models have slowly been trending toward the warmer temperatures lingering a little longer, and resulting in more rain, before the initial switch over to snow. The latest models are showing the switch over to snow overnight Wednesday night and currently showing a very light accumulation or possibly just a light dusting. The difference between one and two degrees can mean the difference between the rain/snow transition being bumped a few hours one way or the other.... Needless to say, on the back side of this storm, we will see our coldest temperatures of the season, and making it hard to even get above freezing for Thursday and Friday. It is a touchy system, and as always I will be on here daily with a blog update on it... Until then, take it easy and have a good one!!
25 days left!!
Andrew Buck Michael