17 February 2013

Islamorada Journal 2013…17 FEB




The current crap weather pattern started on Friday when this rain front came through...



...as can clearly be seen on the radar [hint: the green stuff is rain].



By Saturday the winds were howling out of the northwest at up to 32 kts [36 mph] which pleased certain individuals no end.



And caused the rest of us to put on long trousers and hide out from the wind.

Wayne came over for a visit while his doggies were being groomed at a nearby pooch salon.

At the same time the Jesse James gang headed north to the Everglades National Park where they saw dozens of gators and all sorts of birds and fish.





Weather just seemed to get worse and worse here.

As of Sunday morning the temperature is 51° and the winds are 28 kts [32 mph] straight out of the north resulting in a wind chill of...well the weather service doesn't seem to provide wind chill data for temperatures above 40°...so we just have to say that it's cold out there.




Hopefully we'll get back to having fish destroy our lures one of these days.



Meanwhile, in other news...


• SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY IN EFFECT [Updated to increase winds this morning]

Sunday: North winds 25 to 30 knots and gusty early...decreasing to 20 to 25 knots by late morning...then decreasing to near 20 knots in the afternoon. Bay waters extremely rough...becoming rough.
Monday: Northeast to east winds near 20 knots. Bay waters rough.

Source: NOAA

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