Fri Oct 18 2019 01:47 PM
Re: Second Half of October Kicks off with 96L in the Gulf

SIXTEEN appears this morning to be fairly well defined - with characteristics in many ways more like a sheared and a bit sloppy, tropical cyclone, rather than a sub-tropical one - A combination of recon/ships/buoys/scatterometer data suggesting that pressures are falling and winds are on the increase as well. Could now be 1002mb/45mph, nameable, or very nearly so.

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