(Senior Storm Chaser)
Mon May 29 2006 01:34 PM
Re: Aletta

Morning (no qualifier...I'm beyond sunburned).

Looks a little better this morning; it finally got out from under the jet and is not as sheared. It's in a nice little pocket. Looks like it'll become more organized today (convection is closer to the center) and tonight, and then into the shear and dry air, and that'll be it.

I'm really liking the longer sat loops -- I can sleep in and still see what you were looking at last night! :-)

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I learned something new with advisory #10A, not having watched the eastpac before -- apparently if there are no watches or warnings to be issued, then advisories are discontinued. That makes sense for the eastpac.

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