Just wanted to throw this out there.. I think we will see a similiarity (note..I only see one) in this disturbance just like we saw with Alberto before it ever became a TD or TS
I think this wave does look a little more impressive on Satellite right now than it has since we started watching this. That being said, Alberto during the day looked like something would come of it, then die out overnight. Forecasters/Meteorolgists/posters on this board would write it off "looks bad now." Then 12 hours later, we'd see a better organized storm. I think we'll go through this for a day or two with this area of interest.
This morning's disucssion from the NHC caught me a little off guard this morning. And not that I haven't been giving this storm the attention it deserves..but I will say now that I am watching this much closer now...
Also, 12z model runs are in better agreement this time....hmmmm
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