(Weather Master)
Sat Dec 29 2007 11:58 AM
Re: 2550SM East of Central Florida

We probably would have had a ton of storms if shear wasn't so harsh this year, I'd say about 18 storms with Karen and Irene making landfall somewhere on the East coast, there were no fronts that could turn them away at the time. We had high pressure blocking any recurvatures. Barry and Gabrielle could have been a Hurricane, Gabrielle could have been a record East Coast storm. Getting back this our Subtropical Storm, which by the T numbers of 2.5 which equals 40 mph I think, and by the convection completely now wrapping around the center, and last most of the frontal characteristics gone.. I think we already have a Subtropical Storm that most aren't recognizing just yet. I think they'll pull the trigger either tonight or tommorrow if organization can either hold, or get better.

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