(Storm Chaser)
Tue Nov 02 2004 11:04 PM
Re: a lot of color down there suddenly

The trof that is digging down in the western atlantic is really creating an un-favorable area for development. It should relax in the upcoming days, and then we could really see some development. There gives me no reason for the enhanced convection coming off the South America coast to not form a tropical system, the models are not to thrilled with the idea of anything developing but they can change. The Gulf Coast might be in for a late suprise...with the placement of the sub-tropical high where it is.

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