Now a tornado watch has been issued for southern New England and one tornado warning has been issued in Conn.
So going to be a wild evening,time to head home.
Still a lot of activity on the tropics,but nothing serious at this point.
1. Ernesto is trying to make it over to the Pacific.
2. TD7 is moving through the central atlantic and very disorganize and for the future the environment will be a little hostile.This very well may follow the Ernesto path.
3. 93L just emerged off the Afican coast and looks very impressive at this point,but lots of dry air out there,so will just have to wait and see,and this one may just curve out to see depending on the configuration of the A/B high,plus all the troughs that are coming off the east coast,but it s a long way down the road,so lots can change.
As for us we are entering a really wet pattern,with a long stream of tropical air pushing up the coast as a series of fronts slowly approach the east coast. Dew points are in the 70's setting the stage for lots of showers and storms to form at any point through Saturday.Depending on how much sun shows through will determine the strength of any storms.Lots of downpours over the next few days.