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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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MichaelA
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Major Hurricane Edouard
      #95316 - Tue Sep 16 2014 06:06 PM

First major storm of the season. Looks quite impressive.



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It was short lived at Cat 3. Winds back down to 105 as of the 5PM advisory.

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2017 Actual: 17/10/6

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Fairhopian
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Loc: 30.53N 87.89W
Re: Major Hurricane Edouard [Re: MichaelA]
      #95317 - Wed Sep 17 2014 08:07 PM

I know this question is not exactly the 800 lb gorilla in the forecast lounge, but . . . Assuming Edouard stays together long enough to follow some of the model tracks which curve the storm south and then southwest all the way down to as low of a latitude as 24N, what system(s) would likely come into play to pick up or guide Edouard or Remnant Edouard from that point? Could Edouard potentially be major again?

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MichaelA
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Re: Major Hurricane Edouard [Re: Fairhopian]
      #95318 - Wed Sep 17 2014 08:51 PM

Edouard is now moving over relatively cool water, so should continue to weaken as it moves to the East and then SE to S. Later in the forecast period, Edouard is forecast to become post tropical, so regaining tropical characteristics doesn't seem to be in the storm's future. Nadine, in 2012, looped around for nearly 4 weeks in that general area, though.

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