Quote: No storm out there is the next "perfect storm." That storm coincided with the merger of an extratropical low and a tropical cyclone into a single, extratropical cyclone that later briefly gained a warm-core structure. There's not a whole lot to separate it from a lot of other things that happen out there, or have happened out there, except for the notoriety.
The system at 30N/40W is an extratropical feature. These happen all of the time through the winter and spring months.
I was pondering mentioning the item located 30N/40W a few hours ago, because the models are calling a shallow warm core feature, but looking at the upper level winds headed it's way, it has absolutely no chance of developing (not to mention, the water temp is around 20 deg C.) So I figured there wouldn't be a point in mentioning something that looks cool but is a sitting duck
But now, I will mention it, and I'm sure Clark doesn't need my validation, but yeah, it's got no chance.
-------------------- M. S. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech - May 2019.
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