Many locations in the Southeast have started the month of November 3 to 9 degrees below normal. Another round of Arctic air expected to infiltrate the region down to the Gulf Coast early this week will extend the temperature deficit:
Sharp Arctic Front Sunday through Tuesday with VERY COLD TEMPERATURES to follow Tuesday through Thursday next week. Expect FREEZE warning to the Gulf coast and southeast coast including locations in northern FL next Wednesday morning.
#DroughtMonitor 11/05: Ongoing rains put a dent into the Southeast’s flash #drought last week, with widespread improvement from Tidewater region to the Gulf Coast. Central Texas & Louisiana also benefited. See:
A series of cold fronts bringing much colder air will also bring the risk of the first snow of the season. Showers with the chance of thunderstorms will be possible along a stalled cold front stationed over the gulf coast and southeast this week.
Severe thunderstorms remain possible across the Deep South through this afternoon and tonight, primarily along the Gulf Coast from southeast Louisiana into southern portions of Mississippi/Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. Damaging wind gusts and a couple tornadoes are possible.
#Nestor is expected to form later today and will bring rain, gusty wind and storm surge flooding to parts of the Gulf Coast and Southeast into this weekend. Find the latest here:
BREAKING: The National#Hurricane Center has issued #tropical storm warnings for the southeast Louisiana coast, Alabama coast and FL Panhandle coast. A storm surge watch also issued from Indian Pass to Clearwater, FL. NHC expects Gulf system to become #Nestor by tonight.
Busy times in the #Atlantic Ocean right now: Tropical Storm#Fernand in the western Gulf of Mexico, Tropical Depression Eight in the eastern tropical Atlantic, Hurricane#Dorian off the Southeast coast, and there are still two other areas we're monitoring:
Buoy southeast of Gulf Shores, AL had a gust of 56mph. Center of #Gordon roughly 50 miles ish southeast of Gulf Shores with expected landfall on Mississippi coast later this evening. Weather will go down hill pretty fast as rain/wind moves onshore.
Hurricane Nate has made landfall on the Gulf Coast in Southeast Louisiana as a Category 1 system