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Robert
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Yucatan Wave
      #100027 - Tue Aug 20 2019 11:13 PM Attachment (243 downloads)

A tropical wave/low is moving across the Belize, and southern Yucatan peninsula, it looks to move across the southern bay of Campeche tomorrow, before moving back into eastern Mexico, look for a blow up of convection tomorrow afternoon down there. attached, is IR image from the pacific, also a depression forming there.

Edited by Robert (Tue Aug 20 2019 11:15 PM)


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Re: Yucatan Wave [Re: Robert]
      #100028 - Tue Aug 20 2019 11:14 PM Attachment (240 downloads)

Water vapor image of the mid Low, seems land helped tighten it a bit.

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Re: Yucatan Wave [Re: Robert]
      #100032 - Wed Aug 21 2019 06:20 PM Attachment (228 downloads)

Water Vapor attached of the mid low in the bay of Campeche, now fully over water and beginning to fire some thunder storms around the center, the wave right behind it firing a huge blow of convection this afternoon. It appears to be heading NW into the trough over Texas, and its slowing down now, so there may be more of a chance to wrap in the wave, and build more thunder storms around the center, and amplify as moves in inland before being absorbed by the trough later this week.

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Re: Yucatan Wave [Re: Robert]
      #100033 - Wed Aug 21 2019 07:39 PM Attachment (248 downloads)

last light

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Re: Yucatan Wave [Re: Robert]
      #100036 - Thu Aug 22 2019 11:16 AM Attachment (230 downloads)

Trough now fully over open water, and better convection firing around the center.

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Re: Yucatan Wave [Re: Robert]
      #100038 - Thu Aug 22 2019 11:21 AM Attachment (242 downloads)

check out the awesome shadows made by the sun in the ice satellite photo from the gulf this morning attached.

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Re: Yucatan Wave [Re: Robert]
      #100041 - Thu Aug 22 2019 06:09 PM Attachment (237 downloads)

Some more convection this afternoon, still disorganized.

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