Quote: As we watch these "systems that could be something" develop and get sheared, or whatever may happen to keep them from fully developing, are they actually serving the purpose of warming the water below them. I remember during Alberto someone asked about he deeper water temperatures and mentioned that as the storm brought up these lower, colder water, it would hurt the storm. My question is - like when cooking and replacing the water that is already heated by stirring it to redistribute the heat, does this stirring - in the long run have the same effect.
I have not ever really monitored the board this early in the season, so the second part of my question is would the amount of systems that justify watching already above average, which could bode bad things for the rest of the season?
If this should be posted somewhere else, please let me know
Someone correct me if I'm wrong (and I might very well be wrong) but I think storms actually act as "air conditioning" and pull heat/energy out of the atmosphere and cool it.
I'm not a met and I don't even play one on tv though. *LOL*
-------------------- Lesli in SWFL.
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