Random Chaos
(Weather Analyst)
Mon Aug 22 2005 08:19 AM
Re: Several Waves being Watched, Nothing Overly Concerning

Steve: On satuday I didn't see anything


As per the 8 am EST TWD update:

Both the Bay of Campeche and the south-of-Florida waves have no associated deep convection. However, the south-of-Florida wave has "LOW LEVEL CYCLONIC TURNING" observed.

The central-Atlantic wave is no longer mentioned on the TWD.

The east-Atlantic wave: "THE CONVECTIVE INTENSITY IS NOT AS INTENSE AS EARLIER" but they are still predicting cyclonic development with it. Could be it's at a diurnal weak point?

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