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Re: Low SSE of Bermuda
      Sun Sep 01 2019 05:06 PM


The image above is about the last fully full daylight visible image to catch all three of these features in the W Atlantic
From left to right: Gulf Low, Cat 5 Dorian, Low SSE of Bermuda

As all three are currently stronger than previously forecast, officially and by the models, there may be more influence to track and/or intensity from each one than had been anticipated. Will be interesting to see how the 0z model runs (and especially the 12 runs tomorrow) respond to this new information, if assimilated accurately enough. This image has been cross-posted to the Gulf Low Lounge and Hurricane Dorian Lounge, as well.

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* Invest 92L (SE of Bermuda) cieldumortModerator Sun Sep 01 2019 05:06 PM
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