Brad in Miami
(Storm Tracker)
Fri Aug 19 2005 03:05 PM
Re: Undramatic Pause

Yeah, I suspect you're right rmbjoe. It does look a little better than it did this morning (although it couldn't have looked much worse), and the 2pm run of the tropical models puts whatever is left of the remnants in the general vicinity of where those 2 flights are planned. (Actually, initializing the system as a 25 kt depression - which obviously it is not - SHPS brought it to 70-some kts in 72 hours. Of course that means very little, if anything, in light of the disturbance's current lack of organization.)

Still seems odd to me, though.

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