as far as the atlantic goes there are still two sheared, broad areas of surface turning, one in the w carib and the other around the bahamas. neither has learned any new tricks, as usual. slightly more interesting: nogaps has our eastpac system alma turning northeast with time and impacting the mexican coast next weekend. take away that upper ridge that always drives eastpac storms west and they recurve too, i guess. the timeframe would be somewhere around next weekend. of interest since sometimes the leftovers from eastpac crossovers become atlantic systems (eg. allison, 1989).
rad, frank p, i'm doin good. just waiting for that fellow arthur to wander on stage and put on a show.
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