Quote: I think we will be looking at a TCFA here shortly. Perhaps just a little more umph about the center, and DTs should be coming in at 2, or better. Last set put up for public consumption from SSD were 1.5 CI, 1.5 T, and it's only continued to improve it's structure - especially alignment of the deeper convection about the center - since then.
Would it not be wild to see Debby by morning.
I don't care what it does if it stays a fish storm.
To my untrained eye, looking at the GOES full Atlantic water vapor loop, I can see why they are saying it's going to curve and stay in open water. I hope that trend holds out. I just hope it follows that path and doesn't drop further south and shoot more to the west. Are there any trends showing anything that might make it do that in the short term?
-------------------- Lesli in SWFL.
(my 2009 guess - 14/7/5)
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