hogrunr
(Weather Guru)
Sat Jun 27 2009 10:21 AM
Re: Western Caribbean Flaring Up, In the Gulf by Sunday

Agreed, I don't believe it will develop into an actual tropical cyclone today, although the latest satellite shows convection building around the center that seems to be just off the coast of Belize City.

The main area of convection from yesterday that is far off to the East, is similar to what the system did yesterday. The main convection gets spun off to the ENE and then it begins to rebuild around the Low again. This spun off convection will be as you said, a lot of rain for south central Florida today, and we will have to continue to watch what the Low itself does over the next 24 hours.



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