berrywr
(Weather Analyst)
Fri Nov 06 2009 02:17 AM
Ida regaining Tropical Storm status?

Y'all are making me work hard tonight and looking at the 06/00Z package this evening there is an opportunity that Ida may have a future date with Florida and all points south and east. Currently, there is no turf above 20N latitude that can support a tropical system of any degree of depth vertically as is now being hinted in NHC discussions. Assuming Ida survives its trip over land with any kind of structure of its former self and assuming it can stay far enough south long enough for it's journey north and east to be survivable is all conjecture. It be nice to write Ida has a zero chance in hell of surviving. Tonight above 20N latitude it is in fact a zero chance in hell; a few days from now there is a small window of opportunity; stay tune!


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