Clark...I agree with most of what you have said. I do not believe a tropical storm can come from this. Nor did I believe that Katrina could have formed from what she did either....basically in the same area. So, what do I know? I do know that it is still only June and a Katrina won't happen this month. I do however agree that a rain situation is on the way for parched areas of Florida that had no benefit from Alberto. I am on the east coast of FL in Stuart at 27.16N...80.2W. Skies are mostly clear, wind has increased from calm to about 15mph steady out of the SSE with a 1015mb reading right now. Expecting a mostly southerly wind tomorrow. And the really weird part is I just spoke with a friend in Palm Beach County...not 25 miles south of my location and he has winds out of the NE.
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