Above 500 mbs, the environment is hostile and according to the 12z run, model data above 500 will be even more hostile, as a full latitude trough sets up shop on the east coast. The upper low to the west of the LLC is forecasted to dissipate as it moves west . As for the convection to the east, I expect to see this evolve into a dynamic low with frontogenesis as trough deepens along the coast and ridge shifts westward and builds with approaching EPAC system. As a shallow system, Alberto will be in a COL between mid-continental ridge and Atlantic ridge and above EC longwave trough to it's northeast and left to dissipate in GOM
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Edited by AlaberryPatch (Sun Jun 11 2006 02:21 PM)
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