Fri Jun 19 2009 12:29 PM
TD ONE-E Bordering on Tropical Storm

Just a quick update.

Curious, but the GOES Floater SST overlay for the TD today is *quite* different from the SST overlay yesterday. Not sure if they change those once or week, or whatever!

It now looks as though the depression will have *plenty of warm water* to work with, as isotherms of 29-30 C lay along it's track towards landfall.

And there appears to be a fair shot that the cyclone will strengthen, briefly, to tropical storm status just before landfall.

No tropical storm warning currently in effect, but that could change, should ONE-E cross the threshhold.

Either way you look at it, it's stormy, windy weather for the area where it comes ashore.

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