This image is from GOES satellite and its our forming nor’easter!! Looks rather impressive already!!
And here is radar images , the storm is over the Gulf of Mexico rapidly expanding and intensifying
Meanwhile the cold front is coming east which will provide us with showers tonight and the train tracks for the storm over the Gulf Coast, that front will stall on or along the coast
As the storm rides north it will phase with the polar jet stream, turn the trough negative and the storm will begin to move NW into our area
Showers will increase with time tonight with the cold front but then there will probably be a break in the morning before the main storm comes up the coast, then rain will begin to fill in tomorrow afternoon again with it becoming steady and heavy and developing gusty East winds,
The worst of the storm will be tomorrow night into Monday with very heavy rain, very strong winds, bad coastal flooding , potential flash flooding, and power outages possible
Winds will be 20-30 mph sustained with gusts up to 40-45 inland, and gusts up to 60-70 along the coast!!!
HERE IS MY FINAL ANYALSIS
Yellow area- Moderate to Heavy Impact with moderate to heavy rain and amounts of 1-2 inches locally more, gusty winds behind the storm 15-25 gusts to 35
Orange area- Heavy impact with heavy rain and gusty winds, rainfall amounts of 1.5-3 inches with winds 20-30 gusts to 40 behind the storm, localized flooding and flash flooding, isolated power outages
Red area Major impact zone, with very heavy rains, very strong winds, coastal flooding with rainfall amounts of 2.5-4 inches, localized flooding and flash flooding winds 25-35 mph gusts to 50+, power outages likeley