JMII
(Weather Master)
Sat Aug 24 2019 09:02 AM
Re: Bahamas system

Quote:

If 98 were a TD S Fla would be in the center of the track cone.




Watching the radar last night 98L was literally right on top of S FL, you could clearly see the rotation. A real good representation of an area of a "broad low pressure". Normally these things are so far out to sea you only see the visible satellite of the clouds, but this time with radar you could see multiple small thunderstorms all chasing each in a loop.



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