(Weather Analyst)
Wed Jul 21 2010 06:38 PM
Re: Wave Looking Weaker This Morning

I just made a comment about that entire area and I like it's chances than the wave north of Hispanola. If that area does develop into something it is only a threat to TX and MX...the ridge over the SE USA will prohibit it from moving anywhere near the northern gulf and points east. I'll know more when the 00Z package comes out tonight and I take an indepth look at the upper air package tonight,

A word of caution....if the wave over Hispanola remains a shallow...these two areas will likely merge at some point beyond 48 hours. It is impossible at this time to say how the two interacting with one another if there is any level of development of either or both.

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