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#Barry now a sprawling Post-Tropical Cyclone, but still producing flooding. Few disturbances in the Atlantic we are keeping eyes on.
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Some models hinting at development!
      #79244 - Mon Oct 22 2007 08:59 PM Attachment (644 downloads)

Not so much in the carribean, but where you would see develoment in September! NOGAPS, GFS, CMC is forecasting a storm to form from that sheared tropical wave. I can't agree nor dissagree. If what Frank Strait says is right, the high pressure will build over the storm and calm the shear, which I see shear has tuned down a bit in all areas. So I guess it's a wait and see
here's the CATL wave

for the model tracks, see attachment above

About one week ago, I mentioned somewhere on here that we could be tracking something in two weeks, and i'll restate it again, in one week, we may be tracking something.. It's not over till it's over and Zeta proved that in 2005!

Allan Reed - 18,9,5

Edited by allan (Mon Oct 22 2007 09:02 PM)

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Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October [Re: allan]
      #79247 - Wed Oct 24 2007 11:41 AM

I am now very concerned with the carribean disturbance, not only has a LLC formed south of Jamaica, but a anticyclone has formed with it to.. which means it could protect the carribean disturbance from shear for a while..
The Lesser Antilies should have been tagged 90L yesterday. However, the NHC is watching it closely. This is the storm that most models form into either a TD or TS in a few days, this needs to be monitered closely. With La Nina in town, it's hard to say Hurricane Season is ending so soon. I expect possibly 3 or 4 more named systems before the season is out.

Allan Reed - 18,9,5

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