Hi there. I am not a happy camper right now. The Dolphins are on WKMG…but they are NOT winning. I wanna take a break and give you an update on the Supermoon.

#1 The whole things starts at 8:11 P.M. That is the moment that the Moon begins to move in the shadow of the Earth. Cool stuff!

#2 Right at 10:47 is when it hits its max. If you can see it then it will be spectacular. Which brings us to then next point.

#3 Have you seen radar? Just click the link below. In a nutshell…”It’s gonna rain.”

http://weather.clickorlando.com/

and even though the rain will come to an end before the eclipse of the “Supermoon” I don’t believe the clouds will break long for us to enjoy the eclipse.. So the Supermoon looks more like it will be a Superbust for us in Central Florida. Bummer.

Supermoon

If only the sky were as clear as it is in this graphic from News 6.

In the meantime there is a Coastal Flood Advisory for Flagler, Volusia, and Brevard counties through tomorrow night.

Here is how the NWS put it in their discussion this afternoon.

 COASTAL FLOODING...HIGH ASTRONOMICAL TIDES DUE TO LUNAR
  CYCLE...AND A BUILDING NORTHEAST SWELL INTO MONDAY WILL CAUSE
  MINOR COASTAL FLOODING FOR TYPICALLY VULNERABLE LOCATIONS ALONG
  THE EAST COAST BEACHES AND SOME AREAS ALONG THE INTRACOASTAL
  WATERS AROUND THE TIMES OF HIGH TIDE INTO MONDAY. WAVE RUNUP TO
  THE BASE OF THE DUNES IS ALSO EXPECTED AT MANY EAST CENTRAL
  FLORIDA BEACHES NEAR THE HIGH TIDE.

* TIMING...THE HIGH TIDE OCCURS SUNDAY EVENING BETWEEN 7 PM AND 9
  PM...MONDAY MORNING BETWEEN 7 AM AND 9 AM AND MONDAY EVENING
  BETWEEN 8 PM AND 930 PM.

* IMPACTS...INUNDATION OF WATER MAY OCCUR IN LOW-LYING AREAS NEAR
  THE EAST COAST BEACHES AROUND THE TIMES OF HIGH TIDE THROUGH
  MONDAY.

Again it's a bummer about the clouds and the eclipse, but the flooding is a lot more troublesome. 
I'm going to go back and watch the Dolphins now. They are still my team no matter what. I will return to the studio tomorrow at 4 P.M. on News 6. 

Hope to see you there.
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