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Azores #96L fails to complete transition into a Sub-Tropical Storm. Elsewhere, weak low pressure in Caribbean may linger into next week.
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jmk818
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South of LA/AL
      #57464 - Thu Sep 29 2005 06:06 AM

Does that little L have anyone other than me concerned. I am talking about that little area of low pressure sitting just offshore in the gulf. It was headed NE for awhile, but now seems to be sinking south. It raises an eyebrow, of course that front coming across the midwest if it sags far enough south could shoot it right out of harms way, but then again it could miss its pickup and develop. Thats just my thought, but then again I know a little about the things that matter, and a lot about that which doesn't matter.

Justin


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Clark
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Loc: 45.95N 84.55W
Re: South of LA/AL [Re: jmk818]
      #57476 - Thu Sep 29 2005 12:44 PM

There is too much dry air at mid-levels, too much shear coming in association with the front and upper-level trough, and not enough time for the system to develop for it to really be a concern. If the dry air were not present and the front not coming, it might have had a shot...but alas, no such luck for it.

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