Rich B
(British Meteorologist)
Mon Aug 22 2005 06:02 PM
Re: 10 back on NRL

Well Jose looks set to be a shortlived storm, likely going inland tonight and nearing dissipation by this time tomorrow. Still, yet another one for the record books!

As far as xTD10 goes, it certainly seems to be giving yet another attempt at a comeback, and has gotten a little better organised. If this trend continues we could see it reclassified later tomorrow.

97L. Well, this is a huge circulation, which actually may not be working quite in its favour. I think that it could take a little longer yet for the whole system to consolidate, which it seems to be trying to do. Probably have to wait a day or two for classification of this system too.

Certainly seems to be firing off again as we approach the peak period of the season. And there will be plenty more to come before the year is out!

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