MikeCAdministrator
(Admin)
Sat Aug 27 2016 06:52 AM
Busy Map, Little Organization

There are 4 areas in the tropical Atlantic being discussed right now, one, Gaston is an active Tropical Storm, but is also no threat to land.

The other area 99L, is still over the Bahamas, and still very disorganized with a 40% chance to develop over the next few days as it gets into the Gulf, briging some rain to Florida but likely not much more However, it still must be watched when it gets into the Gulf of Mexico, as it still has a shot at development there, and may turn back over Florida later. If you have been following it for a while you are probably tired of it, but it *still* must be watched.

91L is a system that is combined energy from a trough from a few days ago along with the remnants of Fiona, this is also given a shot to organize, but is fighting off a lot of dry air and shear, models do not develop it, but it is expected to get relatively close to the Carolina coast before being ejected out to sea (along with whatever remains of 99L) It has a good deal of convection though and past history with Fiona, so it also has a 30% chance to develop.

A fourth area, not tagged as an invest, is just offshore of the TX/LA border, but is just producing rain, only has a 10% chance to develop currently.



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Miami Long Range Radar Recording for 99L
Florida Radar Recording for 99L

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