Satellite imagery over Florida shows a significant squall line with a history of producing severe weather approaching the peninsula. Heed all warnings!
While Florida enjoys a pleasant spring day I wanted to rewind a couple of days. Satellite imagery from Tuesday Apr 10 shows the tornadic thunderstorms developing along the southeast Florida coastline.
Satellite imagery over Florida shows the frontal boundary over the central peninsula moving north as a warm front. The line of W-E enhanced clouds across north central portions of the state marks the frontal location. South of the front warm humid southwest winds with developing showers and thunderstorms can be seen quickly moving towards the east. Note the Lake Okeechobee downwind shadow effect.
Satellite imagery over Florida shows a line of strong to severe thunderstorms approaching the state. In addition scattered individual thunderstorm clouds can be seen ahead of the main line and racing to the east.
Satellite imagery on this Easter Sunday shows fog burning off over Florida while the rest of the globe experiences an active weather pattern. Happy Easter to all!