Sat Jun 20 2009 09:53 AM
TD ONE-E Falling Apart Over Land

Nope. I don't think it quite made it to TS status. And not according to NHC advisories, either.

Now looking pretty messy and sloppy as it blows itself out over land.

I'm glad it wasn't a major flash flood producer. They've had so much problems in years' past. Must be hell to live in this part of the world. The climate. The humidity. The storms. The flash flooding. Lucky we live elsewhere!

Something *might* be shaping up around 130W, or thereabouts. GFS is toying with it, but you know how the GFS can be rather overzealous in its' pronostications.

Nice weekend y'all. Enjoy the quiet spell while it lasts. July may be rather active, depending on MJO, etc.

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