Sun Aug 27 2017 03:14 PM
Re: 92L Lounge

92L may or may not soon merge with a front, but will contribute to inclement weather along the east coast, regardless. Near-term, 92L looks more tropical than sub-tropical, despite its close proximity to the front.

It is possible that a coming merger or just ongoing symbiotic interaction could serve to result in a developing strong cyclone that rides northeast - mostly just offshore, though possibly impacting the Carolinas hard or a brief period of time while on a likely track up into or passing Nova Scotia. The combined or interacting system may become a meteorological bomb off the northeast at some point, but hopefully while well enough away from New England.

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