Now we're talking tropics. Signs are the doors are about to swing open for the season. 90L and 99L are up, with 99L looking better at the moment.It may have some impact on north FL weather by the weekend, although NWS/Jax is not reflecting that in it's forecast yet. Clouds not showing signs of alot of shear, and begining to gather around possible center. Cool! Let's go Alex, this is you.......
90L is a bit more of a long term project, going to take some time if this baby is to get going. If it does, NO to PEN would be my guess as to who might see it, though I saw a model somewhere take it further west. Still a couple of days away, IMO.
Some models insist on a long tracker kicking in within 7-10 days as well, right in the sweet zone of the E Atlantic. It's time to crank this thing up.
Meanwhile, I'm watching 99L. Come on Alex, I know you're in there somewhere......The NHC is taking forever posting the 11am TWO....
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