IsoFlame
(Weather Guru)
Wed Jul 10 2019 11:06 AM
Re: 92L (Potential Barry) Forecast Lounge

What impresses me the most with 92L (to date) are the convective bursts dumping copious precip well away from any LLC trying to spin up from the elongated low. 92L has entered a saturated environment with ample moisture to work with over the high-octane (historically warm for early July?) north/east GOMEX.

To compound the problem, the upper and middle Mississippi River basin has been in flood for months, and very high water levels are funneling through the lower Mississippi as 92L approaches.



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