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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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Loc: Elsewhere 80.30N 50.63E
T.D. #2 - ......it's back again
      #86023 - Sat Aug 15 2009 01:37 AM

Though many will not be too surprised upon waking up this Sat. a.m., yep..... thats right, T.D.#2 is officially back. Late night TC Discussion and official 5 day forecast puts Entire Bahamas and S. Florida in the "cone of doom". Interestingly, current thinking from NHC is that a slightly more NW motion could ensue as the system approaches Florida.

My only thought for the moment is, that all other steering variables aside...., we might have a bigger tropical cyclone to worry about in more ways than one. Given potential development and motion of 90L, should this system move in tandum with TD2, than will certainly play a factor in acting as a "rudder" and will tend to steer TD2 more westward. Of course depending on timing, this could altogether tend to steer TD2 a good deal more to the south, and thus cause future model projections to indicate a greater threat to Puerto Rico and Hispanola, than perhaps Florida.

Getting more interesting by the hour....


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