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Memorial Day Weekend Area to Watch
      Mon May 28 2007 11:24 PM

Just watched Denis Philips weather cast and he was talking about models hinting a surface low developing in the Caribbean by Friday time frame. He doesn't expect anything to develop majorly. Gulf waters are in the upper 70's and the waters around here have cooled since mid May due to the persistent easterly wind blowing through for the last 8-9 days have caused upwelling in the Gulf.

But rain is what we need and we need it badly. So hopefully, if anything, we get some moisture to create the sea breeze showers and storms.

(Moved from the Main Page to an existing thread.)

Edited by Ed Dunham (Tue May 29 2007 09:37 AM)

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* Memorial Day Weekend Area to Watch ChessieStorm Mon May 28 2007 11:24 PM
. * * Re: 2007 Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins Today Ron Basso   Fri Jun 01 2007 08:24 AM
. * * Re: Western Caribbean on the Day Before Hurricane Season josh   Thu May 31 2007 07:20 PM
. * * Re: Memorial Day Weekend Area to Watch saluki   Tue May 29 2007 12:22 AM

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