Tue Aug 16 2005 11:49 AM
Will Tropical Depression Ten Reform?

Irene, now a category 1 Hurricane, is moving out to sea.

There isn't all that to track in the rest of the Atlantic.

However We're watching to see if the remnants of Tropical Depression 10 reform, which is possible.

About a 50/50 shot right now. There are still plenty of factors that would knock it out, but as it moves westward we'll have to watch it. It's a speck of its former self. It didn't totally dissipate, which may allow for it to reform.

If it does reform it looks like the Bahamas and possibly us would have to watch it. I don't expect much from the system right now. If it persists and regains convection, we may. If it stays weak (more likely) then it won't be much if anything.

Continue to watch the tropics!

The chance for redevelopment of TD#10 by tomorrow night:

forget it) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 (sure thing)

Beyond that, the waves off africa haven't been able to persist for long.

See clark's blog below for more in depth discussion.

Event Related Links
StormCarib hurricane reports from observers in the Islands
Caribbean Island Weather Reports
Color Sat of Gulf
RAMSDIS high speed visible Floater of Storms


Animated Model Plot of Irene
Satellite Image of Irene with Storm Track Overlays
Infrared color Satellite Image of Irene with Storm track Overlays
QuikSCAT image of Irene
Weather Underground model plots of Irene
Irene Spaghetti Plot from BoatUS
NRL Monterey Irene Imagery

Former TD 10:

Satellite imagery from NASA/GHCC
Animated Model Plot of ExTD#10
QuikSCAT image of TD 10
NRL Monterey TD 10 Imagery
NOAA Buoy 41041 near TD 10

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