Storm Cooper
(User)
Tue Sep 26 2006 09:13 PM
Re:western carib

I'll go out on a limb and say I think our season is winding down, fast. If this proves to be the case, fine by me! The only "close to home" possible area of trouble I see is along the trof pushing off the gulf / east coast picking up an area of low pressure. Posts before me point out that the NOGAPS early run tries to spin something up along these lines... but the 12Z NOGAPS drops any hint of development. Got to keep in mind also the High over the southeast forecast to move SE toward the GOM in time...


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