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#Sam heading NW still a Major and Bermuda should watch. Elsewhere, fish spinning persists from a very active Main Development Region.
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Reged: Sun
Posts: 2565
Loc: Melbourne, FL
Area of Interest - Invest 96L
      #47819 - Sat Aug 13 2005 12:31 AM

Fairly large but ill-defined tropical wave with a weak circulation located at 12.1N 43.2W at 13/04Z moving west at 12 knots. Between 21Z and 01Z the system actually made a short jog to the north - either under the influence of a weak trough well to the north northeast or simply an organizing relocation. Movement should be west to west northwest over the weekend. Pockets of shear (although not too strong) still are forecast to the north and west of the system, so development and intensification of this wave is likely to be slow.

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Reged: Mon
Posts: 70
Loc: San Juan,Puerto Rico
Re: Area of Interest - Invest 96L [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #47824 - Sat Aug 13 2005 06:54 AM

Agree with your comments about the system ED.As the subtropical ridge is not too strong the system will gain more latitud and be less of a threat to the islands.But still from where I am the watching will go ahead to see what occurs with it.

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Reged: Sat
Posts: 325
Loc: Indiatlantic Florida
Re: Area of Interest - Invest 96L [Re: Cycloneye11]
      #47827 - Sat Aug 13 2005 09:43 AM

Well, looks like maybe we`ll have Jose in the next few days, if it misses the islands, I wonder where it will go from there if it keeps the west north west movement. Bahamas ?or move more to the north as a fish spinner ?......Weatherchef......... web page

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Reged: Tue
Posts: 281
Loc: Long Island, NY / Stuart, FL
TD#10 [Re: B.C.Francis]
      #47854 - Sat Aug 13 2005 07:42 PM

annoothherr TD in ou hands, as we bid goodbye to Irene, TD 10 pops up, i think she will continue a northwest track and with a fairly big trough in the central atlantic, do something like Irene, or unfortunatley afffect land, i think by the end of the weekend/monday we should have Tropical Storm Jose., just think if we do, last year we had Jeanne September 25th, and we could possibly have Jose by August 13-16

hope for the best, for everyone.

Summary, So Long Irene..and welcome TS Jose ???????????????

notice the ? marks


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Edited by Ed Dunham (Sat Aug 13 2005 09:24 PM)

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Reged: Sun
Posts: 298
Loc: Lakeland, FL
Re: Area of Interest - Invest 96L [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #47856 - Sat Aug 13 2005 08:28 PM

Models for TD#10

Missing UKMET for some reason.... checking into it.

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