I really don't know why no one was talking about this area , 93L, last night (except for Margie).
Yesterday evening, practically the entire Yucatan Peninsula was covered by a bloom of intense convection with the coldest cloud tops the IR registers (all dark grey). I don't know what temperature that correlates to, but it was dwarfing any convection areas associated with Tammy or Stan's remains. If anyone can bring up yesterdays IR images for the area, I've never seen that massive an explosion of super cold clouds, even in say Rita or Katrina. I'm sure some people were getting pounded under that rain.
Here's a question about Stan. Has a storm ever crossed from the Atlantic basin to the Pacific Basin and then crossed back into the Atlantic? I know a few storms have made the trip but have any made a roundtrip?
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