07-30-07 Storm Follow-up
While there is a lot to read over and digest on that page, I've pulled out one video link, a java loop of that storm in 5-minute intervals between roughly 1:30am and 5:30am. The 'bombogenesis' core sat virtually still way up in the NW corner of Guilford County, while the other very heavy rain producing part just NE in Rockingham County had steady movement into Virginia, sparing them the same fate:
07-30-07 Radar Loop
Still shaking my head that it's already August...and this first week will be a toasty and dry one, making us on-air mets dig deeply to keep weather discussions interesting as we hit a stride of, well, rather boring stuff. HOWEVER, especially the latter half of August, the tropics start coming to life, climatologically, and we've quickly got several balls to juggle and watch.
Picking mom up at the airport and taking her home later today...get to hear all about the new babies in the family up in Ashland, Massachusetts! Hopefully more pics to share soon, as well.
It's Hump Day, Saddle Pals! Carpe Diem!