(Weather Watcher)
Thu Nov 13 2008 10:33 AM
Re: looking at 94L and Paloma

"Paloma is just a low level swirl off the southern shore of Cuba. Just a few showers around it. it'll have a really tough time regenerating, (and with all the dry area in the area, it's more accurate to say it has pretty much no chance at all)."

So here comes ex-Paloma, somehow managing to keep her LLC together in incredibly hostile environs, approaching 24N 85W with that nasty looking front barreling into the Gulf from the opposite direction... I hope they don't form a mini 'perfect storm' over MY house.

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