(Veteran Storm Chaser)
Sun Nov 09 2008 09:54 AM
Re: Hurricane Paloma Over Cuba

The front seems to have gotten it yet it took the moisture and pushed it away from Paloma's inner core.

If you watch the visible loops you see a different storm than you see on IR or WV imagery.

A good job by the NHC, TWC has done a good job explaining it and Paloma decoupled from her upper level circulation and moisture has separated from the still visible low level center lost over land and fighting strong upper level winds.

The flow out in front of the front did the job...

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