Mon Aug 22 2005 08:03 PM
The 8 PM EDT Wrap

Jose', should be making landfall in the next 6 hours or so...being he's only about 40 miles from the beach as it is.

The link above, referring to XTD 10 is a Surface based, precip loop and Does Not imply anything other than rain, thunderstorms, and a surface pressure of around 1008mb.
The vorticity structure of XTD 10 remains aloft, to some degree. As evidenced in the 850 and 500mb level plots.

**I will go along with you on the connection between the Turks/ Caicos vortice and the GOM vortice. I'll have to look at the run to run continuity. Although there is a break in the signature...it remains in the general vicinity.

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