(Weather Guru)
Fri Sep 21 2007 08:09 AM
Re: Gulf of Mexico System

Looks like 93L has finally found ONE center. It still doesn't look like it will do much as far as strengthening but whatever is there appears to be heading almost due west at this point. If it continues that it will stay over water longer and might...just might...be able to be classified later today. However, it really needs to start wrapping storms around the center more for that to happen...in my opinion. I saw talk on other sites about the center had moved NW last night but I think it was more of the center relocated itself and now the ridge is pushing it west. For some reason I still do not believe we are completely out of the woods here in Texas as far as a lot of rain from this system because if it keeps on the almost due west course than it will run right into Galveston. I'm not seeing the weakness for it to turn more north yet. Any thoughts?



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