LoisCane
(Veteran Storm Chaser)
Fri Sep 04 2009 09:27 AM
Re: E Caribbean

It's been a season of struggle for the tropical systems.

Cannot believe she is so red and has a look of a spin considering everything she is up against, and models still play with her...which means they recognize her as a system.

Africa went from "vigorous" to "still has a chance" and the Gulf has been swirling with energy from fronts diving and well...not that favorable anywhere. Though if the fronts stagnate a bit something could form I suppose.

Was trying to figure if Erika redeveloped south of Haiti where she would end up but unless she goes due west...she is going to hit another wall of tough winds.

I can see the spin but I just can't see where should would go if she could get her tropical legs back...

http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/carb/flash-wv.html



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