Colleen A.
Tue May 28 2002 03:54 PM
Re: 90L and 91L

Yo. Just read the TWD and it looks as if they are not going to classify it (although it could be) because the "models" are bringing it up to the NW and then out. Also, the 90L in the GOM or wherever the heck it is is "suppossed" to dissipate by Saturday. I thought they said that LAST week.

So here I sit, 2 days (or is it 3, who's counting????) before Hurricane season OFFICIALLY begins looking at loops.

Did I mention that loops make me sleepy? I think it's time for one of those afternoon naps. ;-)

Carry on, fellow Weather Watchers.

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