ltpat--if it isn't on your list of forums, it must not be accessible to normal users. i wouldn't recommend going there, as the music is very annoying. as for storm 28... geez, neat. wonder which one it was? could be that system in late august that looked 'alive' ahead of developing lee. rabbit posted an interesting image of that one a while back. the post-subtropical depression 22 feature which hovered off of new england might have a sliver of a chance at a secondary subtropical storm. can't think of anything else off the top of my head. unless they want to give tropical depression 10 an upgrade. the report has already been issued, so i doubt it will get any changes. clark, maybe you know something i don't? HF 0457z04march researched addendum: checked gary padgett's monthly analyses, noticed a couple of other potential features which may get tagged and push the total to 28th. low probability on all. in early january a system that looked slightly subtropical existed for a couple of days in the central atlantic. around mid-april a coastal low off hatteras temporarily had a subtropical appearance as well. there was a well-defined disturbance near jamaica in late may that turned out to be of no consequence. what i had forgotten and should have remembered was what bastardi called the 'energizer bunny.' a tropical disturbance closed off and developed a tropical cyclone profile as it approached the outer banks, and actually looked like a weak tropical system as it moved northward along the mid atlantic coast in late june. no evidence it produced any gale force winds, though. of all the systems covered thus far, the late august system around lee has the most convincing evidence that it was briefly a tropical storm. 0510z04march
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