Tropical Storm Bret
July 18, 2011 by USA Post
Tropical Storm Bret, Monday headlines are being stolen while in the heat, even though Tropical Storm Bret E is derived from north of the Bahamas. Excessive heat warnings are in effect for most of the Plains and MW today, with temperatures hovering above the 90 norths to the Canadian border. Add to humidity, and feel like 110-115F of Minneapolis and points to St. Louis. I’ll show you all the warnings and the readings in the program. The ridge of high-pressure that keeps the temperature slowly break and slide a little to the east, but it will take all week. I hate to say it, but it is customary to dangerous temperatures, at least three to five days. Hydrate!
Now, to T.S. Bret, with winds around 50 mph. It is centered north of Great Abaco Island, Bahamas and east to drift about 3 mph. The west side of the circulation has been affected by the winds of court, and was swallowing a bit of dry air has kept the storm of explosive development. This is good news. Bret will turn away from the islands later tonight, and not affect the U.S. (With the exception of a few spots of rain on the coast of Florida). I’ll have full updates on the show. More storms will head to the northeast today, and some may be serious later this morning and afternoon. I’m looking for wind and hail some of these. Pockets of monsoon rain around the four corners are back, and some clouds that hug the west coast today, too. I’ll get to all that too.
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