This is a quote from a local met where I am. Does there seem any validity to it? I thought I read a post from Clark saying this didnt seem to be panning out.
Thanks from a newbie
"Amazing as it may sound, the remants of Ivan may regenerate into a weak tropical storm and bring tropical storm conditions to the Louisiana coast by Wednesday or Thursday. This possibility has been discussed on various sites and the models (at least some of them) have clearly been tracking a 500mb center around the rebuilding ridge.
The eta clearing has a weak surface low moving from east to west across our coast on Wednesday evening.
This is the ghost of Ivan!!!! It will be completely wild, if this happens. Stay tuned! It shouldn't turn into a big deal, but a tropical storm is certainly possible.
And we definitely need the rain. The west winds blasting behind Ivan has parched us out completely!!!!"
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