Keep an eye on this area of convection off the southeast coast. Thunderstorm activity associated with this non tropical low has been increasing this morning, and it looks like this is going to have either tropical development or non-tropical development over the next couple of days. This is showing potential for decent surf for the Mid Atlantic and Northeast.
Here's the latest radar image:
Last edited by Swellinfo; Sep 4, 2007 at 01:03 PM.
No Advisories As Winds And Seas Under Criteria This Morning/afternoon.
Cold Front Will Be Passing Through The Area Waters...shifting
Winds To The Northwest. A Secondary Front Will Then Move Through
Early This Evening...and Winds Will Shift Into The Northeast As
High Pressure Builds In From The North. Winds And Seas Will Remain
Below Sca Criteria Through At Least The Mid Week Period As The
Center Of This High Moves Off The New England Coast.
On A Side Note...the System Of Interest Off The Southeast Coast Could
Begin To Bring Swells Into The Local Waters Late In The Forecast
over the last 24 hours, both the GFS and GFDL have been showing significant development and thus swell production for the mid atlantic through new york regions. This Mid Atlantic could start to feel something on Friday, while further to the north will have to wait until Saturday.