E'en all. Still sick. Can't add too much to the tropical discussion, and haven't been online all day, so I'll leave it with this: TWC said watch the GOM for development in the next couple of days. I s'pose a blind squirrel finds an acorn every so often, so they could be right. But the time is drawing neigh for the real action to happen, so as steve said it's wait and watch time (or was that watch and wait?).
HF, obviously your spelling admonitions have gone for naught. Such a simple word, too.
Accuwx pro is da bomb! And not just for Joe B (although it'd be worth is just for his commentary). I'll be keeping it year round as winterwx up here is something I need to keep on top of. Agree w/Steve-o, try it free for 30 days. But you'll be keeping it for the whole season...I gar-ohn-tee it.
What else? Guess the mess east of the Bahamas needs to be watched. Glad Rob/Jason are back posting. Bobbi, sorry you got wet -- isn't there some law you have to carry an umbrella in South Fla in the summer? And I guess the nepalese thingy worked, because now they have their worst floods in something like 10 years. James88, didn't get any rain today, but got dumped on last night, with a beautiful light show thrown in.
Guess das it fo' now. Depending on how I feel, I may go check some loops & models. Either way, I'll check in again.
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