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93L north of peurto rico
      #79182 - Fri Oct 05 2007 09:03 PM

Yes a new invest so exciting it got a nice look to it.
gonna watch it tonight to see if it can burst some convection near its center.
i have no idea which direction its going, but i'll know when i check it out.

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Re: 93L north of peurto rico [Re: punkyg]
      #79185 - Sat Oct 06 2007 12:10 AM

0Z GFS run coming out, and looks like 93L better get a move on. Model still wants to feel the tug of 'ol Mr. Trough in about 42hrs. Still wouldn't bet either way on 93L developing or not; certainly not given the lack of effort by the previous 15 invests ( or so it seems ). I really do not buy into a N.E. motion, while that close to the southeast side of the 500mb bubble high over the southeast U.S. Once again though, if Noel "wannabee" is more or less in the same general area, and hadn't done much to impress by then, than this thread will have run its course fairly quickly.

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