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Possible Caribbean Activity
      #92238 - Tue Sep 13 2011 06:23 PM

Keep an eye on the Caribbean in about week to ten days. There are indications in the models that things may get popping again. GFS has been hinting at this for many runs.

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Re: Possible Caribbean Activity [Re: Joeyfl]
      #92242 - Sat Sep 17 2011 08:41 AM

The Carribean is full of convection right now. I have seen less convection where the feature was considered an invest. I gues there just isn't all the ingredients at this time. Some of the convection has passed over the Leeward islands and no mention was made of any falling pressures.

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