(Senior Storm Chaser)
Wed Jul 12 2006 01:57 AM
Re: TD-Three-E


Question: Where do I find the direct link from the main page to your east pac thread? (had to scroll through 96L to find it) Tanks

Thought I'd posted a reply to this...I select other forums on the RH side, and then select other storm basins, and then this thread; kind of a roundabout way but I don't know any other.

I think I had posted a reply! maybe a half hour ago, because I remember mentioning 90E is now 04E NONAME on the NRL web site. note: now TD Four-E on NHC web site.

Cloud tops continue to warm, a downturn of convective activity, and a loss of moisture on the eastern side, where some of the convection associated with 90E / 04E NONAME are approaching, since 2330, although structure continues to look good, so it's a little hard for me to get a handle on what's happening with Bud. This doesn't look like rapid intensification, but perhaps it is reorganizing; see where it is around 0800Z.

The 8pm PDT discussion continues indicating rapid intensification so I assume this must be due to the good organization; the eye remains visible, and a smaller core appears to be consolidating around the center.

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