(Storm Chaser)
Sun Oct 31 2004 05:45 PM
Re: a lot of color down there suddenly

I'm seeing two more systems form one of the tropical nature and one of the sub-tropical nature. The development off Florida could be a possiblity, nothing now but in the upcoming days a cold front will traverse the area and really retrograte the ridging and create a nice pressure difference. If this goes happen, I will have to personally thank the model makers.
The other storm, which seems to be materlizing at the moment is in the Carribbean. The wave seems to be stuck, and another wave is moving slowly but surely behind it. If the two converge and mid-level shear decreases then we could very well see the last storm of the season. This activity seems like it will be correlated with the MJO which is no entering the Atlantic Basin in the upcoming days.
BTW had way to many trick-or-treaters, over a 100 at least!

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