(Weather Master)
Mon Aug 22 2005 03:54 PM
Re: Trop Wave in SE Bahamas

Quick post here. Well I may not be very good at forecasting strength of a system, Im pretty damn accurate looking at where a system will go. My BOC system should be a TS and move inland late tonight into tomorrow. Its gone on forecasted track,although I thought it could of been more N, but the upper low to its w pulled it more towards it.
Old TD10 or so called I should say should develop more into a TD over the next day or so. Movement will be wnw then NW. I place it near Nassau ( somewhere) by weds night. Then as the trough exits out and ridging builds over the SE, expect a crossover of S florida from the Keys-Melbourne by Friday. As it gets into the SE gulf the steering flow will be weak as the ridge slides N of the bahamas and a weak trough moves into the SE US late this weekend into early next week.
Overall movement will continue to be slow. Strength? Ill leave that to people who forcast those better.


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