This is the "lounge" for 92L, the wave in the Central Atlantic. The place for just saying what you think. Don't take mine or anyone else's word for it here.
My guess is that whatever comes of 92L (if it develops or not) will remain mostly south (especially if it stays weaker now) and affect some of the islands and approach the Southeast or enter the Gulf at some point. It's the time of year where I start to take things like this a bit more serious, but any real discussion of it probably won't happen until we determine if it will form or not.
Interestingly the discussion for Houston this mornng mentions this system and they are curious to see if it'll enter the gulf.
LASTLY...THE TROPICS LOOK TO BE GETTING MORE ACTIVE. BOTH THE GFS AND ECMWF ARE IN GOOD AGREEMENT WITH A SYSTEM APPROACHING FL/CUBA BY AUGUST 19TH. CONDITIONS LOOK FAVORABLE FOR THE SYSTEM TO DEVELOP. 500 MB FLOW SHOWS A BREAK IN THE RIDGE AND A WEAK TROUGH MOVING ACROSS THE OHIO VALLEY. AT THIS TIME...THE SYSTEM LOOKS LIKE IT`LL TURN TO THE NORTH OVER THE EASTERN GULF. BEARS WATCH.
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