Brad in Miami
(Storm Tracker)
Mon Nov 10 2003 02:26 PM
Low pressure center forming in Caribbean?

From the NHC's 105 pm EST discussion (the first part essentially repeats the 1130 am tropical outlook):

TROPICAL WAVES/ITCZ...
CARIBBEAN SEA TROPICAL WAVE ALONG 67W/68W SOUTH OF 20N MOVING
WEST 10-15 KT DURING THE LAST 6 HOURS. CLOUDINESS...SHOWERS...
AND GUSTY WINDS CONTINUE OVER SECTIONS OF HISPANIOLA...PUERTO
RICO...AND MUCH OF THE LESSER ANTILLES AND ADJACENT WATERS.
SURFACE PRESSURES ARE ALREADY LOW IN THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN
SEA...AND UPPER-LEVEL WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO BECOME MORE
FAVORABLE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THIS SYSTEM DURING THE NEXT 24 TO
48 HOURS. A SURFACE LOW PRESSURE CENTER MIGHT BE FORMING IN THE
EAST CENTRAL CARIBBEAN SEA. LOW CLOUD MOVEMENTS IN THE VISIBLE
SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOW CLEAR CYCLONIC TURNING ABOUT 100 NM NORTH
OF THE NETHERLANDS ANTILLES IN THE VICINITY OF THIS WAVE.



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