What is really amazing is, here we are on the 4th of JULY weekend, and the tropics look more like August...even late August.
Here's the line-up:
Anyone notice the flare up east of GA/Fl...it was there yesterday and has come back, drifting north
Then there is our almost depression, which I think may become a major hurricane in the Gulf (already has 31kt plus winds in the NE semicircle...may skip td??)...the stronger it gets, the better TLH's reasoning will pan out.
Then...system east of the Lesser Antilles, giving it a go
and...has anyone looked off Africa right now!! (and just behind and to the NE,also).
The one anomaly is the 1033 mb high...a bit unseasonally strong, if we see that in August, then forget much development east of the islands...but, it'll weaken and shift a little by then, most likely.
Anyway..who'd a thunk July 4, 2005 aould look like THIS in the tropics!! Looks like we WILL have some atmospheric fireworks this 4th.
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