Thu Aug 20 2015 10:35 PM
Re: Hurricane Danny forms in the Central Atlantic

While a (somewhat) larger Danny might be able to influence his immediate environment a touch more, an increase of wind field could also increase the odds that the cyclone bumps into and ingests the very dry air that surrounds the small cocoon of moisture the presently still small TC has been benefiting from.

Threading the needle, so to speak. Danny is a very small hurricane by global standards, and intensity changes both up and down could be rapid, with any downward intensity changes also possibly fatal, given the synoptic environment.

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