07-26-2005, 01:11 PM
Well, the front that is hammering the Ohio Valley and Midwest region with derecho type events daily is headed our way. The GFS tries to stall the frontal boundary long the coast starting on Thursday and keeping us in a rainy pattern all the way up to 120hrs. Ripples of energy are expected to ride along the kink in the pattern and ignite more showers and thunderstorms daily as instability will have no problem building in the heat/humidity. Looks like we are in for a good dose of rain/wet microbursts potentially if the GFS serves true.