there is still a 1010-1011 mb low around onslow by/cape lookout in north carolina moving up the coast, the same system that has been refusing to develop or go away since back on tuesday. soon it will be moving out into the north atlantic and leaving the tropics, so it no longer poses any kind of threat.. and it could still develop briefly and break some hearts (see that most of you have given up on july producing a storm). organizationally it hasnt come any closer than it was yesterday.
nothing else happening anywhere in the tropics is of consequence. a good wave in the caribbean is being mauled by shear, with only the remote possibility of the north end peeking out into lesser shear. nothing of note in the gulf.
yes matthew is still here, but its only a matter of time before his diahrrea of the brain style posts get the site owners annoyed and he goes to the void inhabited by judy garland/paloma and maybe some forgotten pottymouths. after all, its only people who TRY to be stupid or offensive who get booted.. and matthew has had ample chance to get real. something has to be wrong upstairs with the guy, he doesnt seem to get it when nobody responds to his posts except to express dislike for his unreadable garbled messes.
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