TROPICAL WEATHER DISCUSSION NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL 205 PM EDT SAT 14 AUG 2004
...DISCUSSION... THE GULF OF MEXICO... THE UPPER-AIR PATTERN LOOKS MORE LIKE OCTOBER THAN AUGUST WITH A DEEP TROUGH FROM THE MIDWEST INTO LOUISIANA AND THE NW GULF. ALL-TIME COLD FOR AUGUST HAS OCCURRED IN PLACES OVER THE SOUTHERN UNITED STATES....
TROPICAL ATLANTIC... AFTER THE SECOND MAJOR HURRICANE OF THE YEAR.......THE EARLIEST SECOND MAJOR HURRICANE SINCE 1955...A STRONG UPPER LEVEL HIGH IS NEAR 21N41W OVER THE CENTRAL ATLC. MAJORITY OF THE TROPICAL ATLC IS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF STRONG ELY FLOW AND LOW VALUES OF VERTICAL SHEAR THOUGH THERE IS RELATIVELY DRY AIR IN THE MID/UPPER LEVELS BETWEEN DANIELLE/TD 5. THE RIDGE SHOULD SHIFT FARTHER SOUTH TO 18N/19N OVER THE NEXT TWO DAYS AS A TROUGH DIGS AHEAD OF DANIELLE... POSSIBLY PROVIDING SHEAR BEYOND 36 HOURS
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