Its nearing the start of the annual east coast
migration south, and the weather
situation is complex.
We have Sandy coming up the Atlantic coast. Its track is uncertain right now - with some models saying it will go out to Bermuda
and others saying it will hit long island
. The uncertainty reminds me a bit of TS Sean last year. In any case it will drve 30kt winds during at least the 10/27 to 10/31 period along the coast.
Here is the latest gfs model (one of the models forecasting it will go out to Bermuda) for 10/30:
Then, after Sandy (which is a long way away with limited forecast
accuracy), most of the models have another low coming off the mainland. Here is the GFS for 11/1:
So, it will be worthwhile keeping a close eye on the weather
. The range of outcomes is wider than normal.