CFHC Talkback For News Story #52:
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03:14 PM EDT - 09 July 2001

There is nothing going on in the Atlantic tropics to discuss. The only thing even apparant on the satellite is some disturbed areas to the east of the Caribbean. The shear is too much right now for anything to happen there at the moment.

Over the weekend the server for flhurricane was upgraded (double ram and hd space) That gives us much better breathing room for the remainder of the season, and should make it a slight bit faster.

NASA GHCC Interactive Satellite images at:
[NAtl visible] (visible -- Daytime Only) [NAtl infrared] (infrared), and [NAtl water vapor] (water vapor)--Nasa source.
Defiant Visible Infrared More...
Some Forecast models: (NGM, AVN, MRF, ECMWF, ETA)
DoD weather models (NOGAPS, AVN, MRF)

- [mac]

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4 to 6 weeks to go (#1)
Posted by: HankFrank Location: Aiken, SC
Posted On 02:40AM 10-Jul-2001 with id (RPTNQQVNQVNQQQ*)

the upper high over the central u.s. is going to keep feeding convective complexes into the southeast, off the coast. with the rest of the atlantic in a shear meatgrinder, the possibility of a low spinning up off the southeast is about all i can see for the near future. late in the week a front is forecast to reach north florida.. a front that far south this time of year will bear watching.. this has happened a few times already this season, and nothing has come of it.
noticed the pattern so far this summer? persistent trough in the eastern u.s. .... if this trend holds for another couple of months, it will keep the atlantic seaboard protected from whatever comes calling in august and september.
but it is july--for kicks, watch the all-star game.. not the tropics.

hmmmm? (#2)
Posted by: Nick Location: I.R.B
Posted On 08:38AM 11-Jul-2001 with id (VTNQRNQPVNRQ*)

can someone comment on the tropical wave east of the windward islands? what are your thoughts?

nick... (#3)
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Mike C. ( Location: Orlando, FL (Currently)
Posted On 08:46AM 11-Jul-2001 with id (VVNRPNQQYNYR*)

Check the new article. But to summarize, it's one to watch.

Posted by: NICK Location: ORLANDO FL
Posted On 05:10PM 11-Jul-2001 with id (RPUNQXXNQYYNSW*)

it looks to already have strutured itself/ soon to be tropical storm from the looks of it

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