Atlantic Basin Turns Quiet.
Number of days since last Hurricane Landfall in US:
, in Florida:
3683 (10 y 1 m) (Wilma)
Loc: Palm Coast, Florida
Barry Gone, Quiet Again
Tue Jun 05 2007 04:49 PM
Barry brought us some good rains saturday and the weather turned good in the afternoon. I heard it was pretty bad when it moved up north as an extra-tropical system. Today, I see a nice feature off the coast of Texas but shear looks to be too high for it to develop.. but if shear wasn't high, it would be interesting how this little disturbance would turn out. Though look closely on the satellite, a circulation seems to be on the southwest side of the blow up.....
(Post moved to this location since the Texas convective complex was not mentioned in the Main Page leadoff article. Remember, on the Main Page you should only respond to topics mentioned in the Main Page lead article and/or updates to that leadoff article. Please try to help us with this special point of interest this year. Thanks.)
Edited by Ed Dunham (Wed Jun 06 2007 04:49 PM)
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