To Track Fay via radar imagery, you can click on this Interactive Radar (Click Here) and zoom in, loop and navigate anywhere in the state of Florida or the entire nation.
Fay will continue to move along the Gulf Coast and bring lots and lots of rain all
the way to New Orleans. Rainfall in the panhandle is beginning to rival that of the east central coast and the forecast continues to call for up to 20 inches by the time its all said and done. The rainfall map is for the last 7 days ending at 7AM EDT on Saturday so the numbers over the panhandle will be greatly increased by the end of the day. At that time, the official forecast has it moving northeast while it finally fades to a depression or remnant low. This makes sense
as there is a southwesterly flow from Texas into the lower Mississippi Valley. We’re hoping that some of that rain gets up into the Ohio Valley by late in the
week. Many of the model tracks on the spaghetti graph say just that but the official forecast has it rain itself out over North Mississippi. Invest 94L is still out there and is looking better organized after a couple of tough days. That guy will go into the Caribbean. Invest 95L is also developing behind it and right now the spaghetti models generally take it north of the Islands. The ETA makes it a storm or weak hurricane moving toward Bermuda. But that’s a long way out and there is plenty of time for other data to come in and contradict that.