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Zone Forecast updates are issued multiple times daily, often more during active periods and prior to upcoming storm systems. These updates include detailed, specific, and tailored information for each zone with attention to detail of local weather and geography. Contact us today to see a demo or talk to our team about which zone(s) to purchase.

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Unsettled Weather Today, More Pleasant This Weekend, Watching Jose for Next Week

Good morning! More unsettled weather is likely today. First, some areas of patchy fog will clear out later this morning. Then a large mid-upper trough over OH/TN Valley will be moving eastward  with more cloud cover and scattered showers and thunderstorms today over the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions today. Shortwave energy and wind fields with the trough will gradually be weakening, as it approaches the coastline. So we don’t anticipated any more organized convection or severe weather. For most part today is just looking more dreary, more warm and muggy conditions.

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Hurricane Irma a Major Threat to the Southeast US, Cool Weather for the Northeast

Happy Wednesday! Some unsettled weather continues for the Northeast today. Then improving weather is likely for the rest of the week. But it will feel more likely early Autumn. Hurricane Irma will become a major threat to the Southeast US this weekend and early next week. More detailed analysis on Irma’s potential future is below.

First for today, a few weak waves of low pressure running will be running along a slow-moving cold front. This will result in multiple rounds of showers and/or t-storms will continue moving through parts of the Northeast, especially near I-95 corridor and coastal plain through much of tonight. Instability is marginal at best. So no severe weather hazards are anticipated. However, some locally heavy rainfall and flash flooding is possible with high precipitable water values over 1.50″.

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