Sunday, August 17, 2008

Faye Heading Farther West Means Heavier Rain for Us

The green and purple lines you see on the map are closer to where I think Fay is moving. The NAVY NOGAPS AND BAMM models I think are doing the best job at this point. This would bring Indiana heavier rain by late week. The track will mean the difference between seeing 1 to 3 inches of rain or just a few sprinkles. Some models are even showing Fay stalling out over the southeast which would effectively help end their drought. Stay tuned and I will have more coming up for you on Monday. I have already been on the phone with relatives in Florida talking about a farther west track. Our cool high of 82 today is the first sign of this. The cooler it stays this week the heavier the rain. I will explain more here on the blog and make sure to tune in tonight at 11 p.m. Brian Wolfe will have the latest. We have been working on this all evening. Now I had better get home. Have a great evening.


Anonymous said...

Thank you Brian! I am going to call a friend who lives in West Palm Beach!


Anonymous said...

I didnt catch the news last night but I am hoping we get a decent rain here. The creek is very low and it has been some time since we have had more than .25 inch rain. Not sure the farmers agree with this. As long as we don't have any severe wx, that includes major flooding, we can handle it :-)

The days and night of late have just been beautiful! I hope you are all enjoying them.

Mary Anne in Remington

Anonymous said...

I am sooo enjoying this weather it has just been so beautiful like you said Mary anne.

The past few days I have been enjoying sitting out on the back porch reading. :) Everyone enjoy your day and Mike tell your family to keep safe and keep watch!

Justin in Lafayette.