Rich B
(British Meteorologist)
Tue Aug 23 2005 05:05 AM
Re: the system that Stephen King would be proud of....

i will kind of join you in saying it 'COULD' be a TD today. IR imagery shows some improvement in the organisational structure overnight. First light visibles should be interesting, and with the Recon going out later we will no doubt find out for sure if it has succeeded in making a comeback.

97L has also become better organised overnight, and i think we could see it classified today. Dry air to its west is giving it a somewhat lopsided appearance, but the upper-level conditions arent bad, and the sst's are warm.

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