(Storm Chaser)
Tue Oct 12 2004 08:48 PM
Current Weather Overview 10/12

Nothing really of major importance to talk about now, except the extratropical storm that was once Nicole, looks very impressive with the banding features and the nimbostratus clouds popping up behind it. This storm will continue to batter the Nova Scotia area for about one more day, as the blocking is really pumping up, then it will lift up out of there as it gets picked up by some trough. Very cold air going to come in the northern plains by Novemember 9. Looks like Novemember will be a very rough month with all this surface cyclone development anticapted. Check out the farmer's almanac for the New England area, right on target with the models, creepy. Some possible development in GOM Carribbean area but not anything significant for now. For now fogetabout the tropics, but keep checking back...

Edit: Whoops, I meant Nimbostratus not altocumculus. The clouds are in nice streets indicated some strong ULW.

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