(Storm Tracker)
Sun Aug 27 2017 08:45 PM
Re: 92L Lounge

92L, or now Potential Tropical Cyclone Ten (correct?), has been dancing around Florida a few days. We've finally had a little rain in Gulfport, and looks like a little more may come.

But I keep seeing circulation that I always think is the 92L system, but it appears I am wrong. So what is this spinning radar stuff I keep seeing that is so many miles away from what is now Potential Tropical Cyclone Ten??

Is this an entirely different system of just a "spin off" from the one we've been watching?

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