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Tropical Weather Updates.
Tropical Outlook for the Week of October 5th
-As expected, Joaquin has tracked well offshore the U.S. eastern seaboard, but indirect severe rainfall impacts continue in the Carolinas where over 20" of rain has fallen in spots. This precipitation will end and Joaquin will become extratropical in the north Atlantic in the next several days. -A tropical wave in the central Atlantic is not expected to develop this week, and tropical cyclone formation is not expected in the next 5-7 days. -Over 85% of the hurricane landfalls in the U.S. have occurred prior to this date, so significant tropical cyclone impacts will become increasingly unlikely over the remainder of the season.
Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect. --Mark Twain
Your At-A-Glance Weather Updates.
IAG Daily Weather Video for October 9, 2015
-This morning, there are no threat level changes as a front moves across the central and eastern U.S. -The U.S. Southern Plains will pick up 0.25-0.5" of rain today, concentrated south, before turning warmer and drier. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta will see temps return to normal in the wake of a front bringing around 0.5" of rain that will move through the zone today. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see little rainfall today, followed by somewhat below normal temperatures this weekend and moderation next week. Defcon 3. -In South America, several inches of rain will fall through Monday over the southern states of Brazil, while the region is mostly dry elsewhere. Defcon 3.