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Center of #90L now pushing inland east of Gulf Shores very much like a T.D. Bands of rain, t-storms, winds and isolated spouts.
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Lookin' towards Africa
      #88219 - Tue Jul 20 2010 02:40 PM

Just another impressive looking wave coming off the African coast. Though likely to lose most of its convection after fully expanded over water, I think this might be one to keep an eye one. Still early for the typical Cape Verde season to get going, I will be curious to see if any semblance of low/mid level structure is maintained, just to start "re-emerging" a few days from now. If so, might certainly seem to indicate that the much anticipated "light switch" for a busy Atlantic Hurricane season has been switched to the ON position.

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Re: Lookin' towards Africa [Re: weathernet]
      #88239 - Tue Jul 20 2010 10:58 PM

I wouldn't jump for the 'light switch' just yet, but that one wave does indeed have some potential a few more days down the road. The wave ahead of it did dissipate - but it also put the SAL in check for the moment.

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