Well, Fay has lived up to expectations; stalling near Florida with it’s sights on making a return trek back westward across northern Florida and then towards southern Mississippi into the weekend. The system will be weakening after a brief surge in strength early Thursday, and thus should be mainly a soaking rain-producer for the remainder of its life cycle.
How about Virginia? Seems possible that whatever moisture is left next week could try to work northward, but odds appear just as likely that yet another massive ridge of high pressure from the Midwest could squash that rain opportunity for us. Drought is accelerating around here.
Posterd by Jim Duncan