Gulf of Mexico disturbance 95L worth watching

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 6:02 PM GMT on July 03, 2010

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A cold front that pushed off the Southeastern U.S. and Gulf Coast has stalled out over the waters immediately offshore. An area of low pressure, Invest 95L, has developed in the Gulf of Mexico, about 100 miles southeast of the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster. Satellite loops show that this low does have a broad surface circulation, but heavy thunderstorm activity is being limited by 15 - 20 knots of wind shear. Water Vapor satellite loops show that 95L is embedded in a large region of dry air associated with an upper-level cold-cored low pressure system, and this dry air will hinder 95L's development. The cold, dry air associated with this upper-level low is giving 95L a subtropical appearance, with the main heavy thunderstorm activity (to the south) located well away from the center of circulation. NHC is giving 95L a 20% chance of becoming a tropical or subtropical depression by 2pm Monday. Wind shear is forecast to be in the 20 - 30 knot range Sunday through Monday, so any development of 95L should be slow. The disturbance is moving west at about 10 - 15 mph, and a general westward motion towards Texas should continue through Monday. None of the reliable computer models develop 95L into a depression. The Hurricane Hunters are on call to investigate 95L on Sunday, if necessary.

Elsewhere in the tropics, we should keep an eye on the region to the east of South Carolina for possible development, as well as the western Caribbean. None of the reliable models is showing a tropical storm developing in the Atlantic over the coming week, though.


Figure 1. Afternoon satellite image of Invest 95L.

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I am on vacation for the coming week, and Dr. Rob Carver will be handling most or all of the blogging duties July 5 - July 12. One of us will be posting on July 4 if there is a major development to report.

Jeff Masters

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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:

some have been replaced with empty space

some about 50% i ive the western carib wave about 25% chance of forming in the next few days
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Quoting kmanislander:


It isn't really displaced if you look at this image. There is deep convection immediatley to the West near 15 N 78 W. It looks displaced because there is no organization to the convection at this time.

True.
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Quoting MiamiHurricanes09:
I don't understand why the COC is trying to form so displaced from the convection considering the favorable conditions.


It isn't really displaced if you look at this image. There is deep convection immediatley to the West near 15 N 78 W. It looks displaced because there is no organization to the convection at this time.

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251. IKE
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN JUAN PR
344 PM AST SAT JUL 3 2010

.SYNOPSIS...TUTT WILL REMAIN LOCATED ACROSS OR JUST NORTH OF THE
LOCAL AREA THROUGH MONDAY...BEFORE BEING PUSHED WEST AND FILLING
MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH EARLY TUESDAY...AS UPPER LEVEL HIGH NOSES
INTO THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN LATER TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY THROUGH
THURSDAY.

&&

.DISCUSSION...SOMEWHAT "DRIER" AIR MASS WITH SAHARAN DUST THAT
HAS BEEN OVER THE LOCAL AREA FOR THE PAST COUPLE OF DAYS...SHOULD
LINGER FOR ABOUT ONE MORE DAY...ALTHOUGH MOISTURE IS EXPECTED TO
INCREASE A BIT BY LATE SUNDAY OR SUNDAY NIGHT. ALL IN ALL...EXPECT
SUNDAY TO BE ANOTHER DAY SIMILAR TO THE PAST COUPLE...WITH HAZY
SUNSHINE AND CLOUDS...AND THEN AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND ISOLATED
THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPING OVER THE WESTERN THIRD OF PUERTO
RICO...AS WELL AS POTENTIALLY ENCROACHING FROM THE EAST AND
SOUTHEAST LATE IN THE DAY AND AT NIGHT.

THE WEATHER MONDAY SHOULD START OKAY...BUT AN APPROACHING
TROPICAL WAVE WILL SPREAD MOISTURE...CLOUDINESS...SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS INTO/ACROSS THE LOCAL AREA MONDAY AFTERNOON. THE
WAVE AXIS IS EXPECTED TO PASS LATE MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH EARLY
TUESDAY...WITH A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN CLOUDINESS...SHOWERS...
THUNDERSTORMS AND GUSTY WINDS EXPECTED ACROSS THE LOCAL ISLANDS...
THAT MAY WELL LINGER THROUGH MUCH OF TUESDAY...AS TROPICAL WAVE
APPEARS TO BECOME A BIT BETTER ORGANIZED OVER THE EASTERN
CARIBBEAN UNDERNEATH LIGHT TO MODERATE AND DIVERGENT UPPER LEVEL
FLOW ALONG THE WEST SIDE OF THE AFOREMENTIONED UPPER LEVEL HIGH.
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250. xcool
should be our next invest
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Quoting Tazmanian:




yup hafe of the bloger here last night got bannes and yes jFV too

Half of them got banned? Oh, my. Missed all that, I guess.
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Quoting IKE:
SYNOPSIS FOR THE GULF OF MEXICO
430 PM CDT SAT JUL 03 2010

.SYNOPSIS...A STATIONARY FRONT EXTENDS FROM CENTRAL FLORIDA TO A
1012 MB LOW NEAR 27N88W. THE LOW WILL TRACK W ACROSS THE GULF
AND IS EXPECTED TO REACH THE FAR NW GULF MON BEFORE DISSIPATING.
HIGH PRES CENTERED OFF THE U.S. EASTERN SEABOARD WILL BUILD A
RIDGE SW ACROSS THE NORTHERN PORTION OF THE GULF EARLY NEXT
WEEK. THE NORTHERN PORTION OF A TROPICAL WAVE IS EXPECTED TO
MOVE THROUGH THE YUCATAN CHANNEL MON NIGHT...AND PASS THROUGH
THE SW GULF TUE AND WED.


SYNOPSIS FOR CARIBBEAN SEA AND TROPICAL N ATLC FROM 07N TO 22N
BETWEEN 55W AND 65W
530 PM EDT SAT JUL 03 2010

.SYNOPSIS...A TROPICAL WAVE S OF 15N ALONG 75W WILL MOVE NW
THROUGH THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN THROUGH MON...AND W TO INLAND
BELIZE AND HONDURAS LATE MON INTO TUE. ANOTHER TROPICAL WAVE HAS
JUST ENTERED THE TROPICAL N ATLC WATERS. THIS WAVE IS EXPECTED
TO TO MOVE INTO THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN BY MON AND THROUGH THE
CENTRAL CARIBBEAN TUE AND WED FOLLOWED BY INCREASING WINDS AND
BUILDING SEAS ALONG WITH ACTIVE WEATHER.


sounds busy....
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Quoting AlexEmmett:
WHYS the blo so quiet did everyone get banned

some have been replaced with empty space
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Quoting AlexEmmett:
WHYS the blo so quiet did everyone get banned




yup hafe of the bloger here last night got bannes and yes jFV too
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
an organization that assists comm.underserve with medical supplies and other ness.items where are you located in mexico right
I am trying to give him some info so he could contact them ASAP but don't know what I am allowed to give out.
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244. IKE
SYNOPSIS FOR THE GULF OF MEXICO
430 PM CDT SAT JUL 03 2010

.SYNOPSIS...A STATIONARY FRONT EXTENDS FROM CENTRAL FLORIDA TO A
1012 MB LOW NEAR 27N88W. THE LOW WILL TRACK W ACROSS THE GULF
AND IS EXPECTED TO REACH THE FAR NW GULF MON BEFORE DISSIPATING.
HIGH PRES CENTERED OFF THE U.S. EASTERN SEABOARD WILL BUILD A
RIDGE SW ACROSS THE NORTHERN PORTION OF THE GULF EARLY NEXT
WEEK. THE NORTHERN PORTION OF A TROPICAL WAVE IS EXPECTED TO
MOVE THROUGH THE YUCATAN CHANNEL MON NIGHT...AND PASS THROUGH
THE SW GULF TUE AND WED.


SYNOPSIS FOR CARIBBEAN SEA AND TROPICAL N ATLC FROM 07N TO 22N
BETWEEN 55W AND 65W
530 PM EDT SAT JUL 03 2010

.SYNOPSIS...A TROPICAL WAVE S OF 15N ALONG 75W WILL MOVE NW
THROUGH THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN THROUGH MON...AND W TO INLAND
BELIZE AND HONDURAS LATE MON INTO TUE. ANOTHER TROPICAL WAVE HAS
JUST ENTERED THE TROPICAL N ATLC WATERS. THIS WAVE IS EXPECTED
TO TO MOVE INTO THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN BY MON AND THROUGH THE
CENTRAL CARIBBEAN TUE AND WED FOLLOWED BY INCREASING WINDS AND
BUILDING SEAS ALONG WITH ACTIVE WEATHER.
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Quoting mtyweatherfan90:


Sorry to ask but who or what is Portlight?
an organization that assists comm.underserve with medical supplies and other ness.items where are you located in mexico right
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Quoting mtyweatherfan90:


Sorry to ask but who or what is Portlight?
It is an organization that helps people in disasters such as hurricanes, flooding etc. I don't know what they can do for you but it can't hurt. www.portlight.org
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Quoting stormwatcherCI:
Please enlighten us as to your thoughts please.


The focal point of the energy in the Caribbean at this time is SSE of Jamaica even though the heavy thunderstorm action is further N.

Conditions are reasonably favourable and a high has been passing across the basin over the past 12 hours allowing for venting in the upper levels. Shear is low enough in pockets for some slow development to take place over the next 24 to 48 hours.

As usual we have to look for persistence in the thunderstorm activity and development , if any, will take time to come together.

Several of the models have been spinning up a low in this general vicinity so it definitely bears watching.
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WHYS the blo so quiet did everyone get banned
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238. unf97
I would not be surprised to see development off the SE US Atlantic Coast in the next few days along the stalled out frontal boundary. Lots of energy in this region. Would not take much for something to spin up on the tail end of this stalled boundary.
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Can't anyone here just enjoy a pretty day?
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Quoting Hurricanes101:


so we have a ceiling fan forming? lol

haha nice one canes
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Quoting stormwatcherCI:
Contact Portlight.


Sorry to ask but who or what is Portlight?
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Quoting atmoaggie:
Haha, he should!

Here it is, Dr. M


ROFLOL!!!!
Now that's an accurate model! lol
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Quoting kmanislander:


That's a good guess which is reinforced by the 925 mb vorticity map showing the South Central Caribbean to be the area of concern.

I don't understand why the COC is trying to form so displaced from the convection considering the favorable conditions.
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Quoting kmanislander:


That's a good guess which is reinforced by the 925 vorticity map showing the South Central Caribbean to be the area of concern.

Please enlighten us as to your thoughts please.
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Quoting DauphinNotDolphin:
my thoughts (based on visible, vorticity, etc):



That's a good guess which is reinforced by the 925 mb vorticity map showing the South Central Caribbean to be the area of concern.

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229. xcool
lmao
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Quoting mtyweatherfan90:
Hi to everyone is Day 2 since a new Monterrey emerged. NO water for two days, could take months or years to rebuild the city. People walking on the streets since most of the key avenues and highways are either closed or gone. People seeking for water and help.

Please send us some help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Contact Portlight.
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Quoting DauphinNotDolphin:
my thoughts (based on visible, vorticity, etc):



so we have a ceiling fan forming? lol
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my thoughts (based on visible, vorticity, etc):

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225. xcool
i see invest come soon wave near Jamaica imo
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Quoting BaltOCane:
I think the NOAA map will have some more color on it by 8pm.

Taste the Rainbow wait its only july
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Thanks for the info. UNF97, even though it does not sound promising, I'll still wait it out as long as needed.
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Quoting BaltOCane:


I would agree with that. and possibly a yellow for our lingering Antillies wave by 2am...?
They should shade both at 8PM imo, but that is far fetched. You might see both get shaded within 48 hours, imo.
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Hi to everyone is Day 2 since a new Monterrey emerged. NO water for two days, could take months or years to rebuild the city. People walking on the streets since most of the key avenues and highways are either closed or gone. People seeking for water and help.

Please send us some help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Quoting MiamiHurricanes09:
Earlier today I was expecting yellow with the wave in the western Caribbean, whether the NHC makes that action is up to them obviously, but I think they should shade it with at least a 10% in the 8PM TWO.


I would agree with that. and possibly a yellow for our lingering Antillies wave by 2am...?
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219. unf97
Quoting ozarktarheel:
Can any one in N. Fla. tell me if the weather looks good in Daytona for the race tonight. Thanks from miserable Arkansas!


That stationary front is right over the Daytona Beach area. It is raining in that area currently, and the forecast for Daytona this evening is for a 60% chance for showers and thunderstorms to continue moving onshore from the Atlantic as the easterly wind flow off the Atlantic is firmly entrenched over the Daytona area.

So, look for delays for the Pepsi 400 race this evening. Could be a very long evening for the race. It may possibly get postponed if the rain doesn't end during the evening hours, although I guess they can race deep into the late night and early morning hours since they have lights at Daytona International Speedway.
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Quoting BaltOCane:
I think the NOAA map will have some more color on it by 8pm.
Earlier today I was expecting yellow with the wave in the western Caribbean, whether the NHC makes that action is up to them obviously, but I think they should shade it with at least a 10% in the 8PM TWO.
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I think the NOAA map will have some more color on it by 8pm.
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hey guys I just came back from shopping for that party I am having tonight but any with the tropics I did say yesterday that we will have 96L and 97L soon and I see that might very well happen soon I say it look like a low is forming SSw of Jamaica near 14/15N 76/77W moving NNW That will become 96L and really start to ramp up very soon the area has favorible conditions and that wave between 55/60W will eventually becomes 97L maybe in the central-eastern Caribbean I expect this wave once it enters that area to start moving WNW toward Jamaica BUT my main concern is that AOI/PRE96L near 14/15N 76/77W
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NAM seems to be developing 3 systems in the 18z run. The first system to point out is the current tropical wave interacting with the monsoonal trough in the western Caribbean. The NAM slowly develops the system as it moves towards the west. The system eventually makes landfall in northern Belize as a weak tropical storm or strong tropical depression. The next system is the current tropical wave behind the one I just stated which is currently located around the lesser Antilles. The NAM takes the wave on a W/WNW path to just south of Hispañiola. This system really never takes off and never acquires a closed surface circulation, but remains as a sharply inverted wave. Although, I do think we should watch that system for development further down the road. The third system is just east of Florida and is caused by yet another trough split. There are many variables concerning whether the area does develop or not, but according to the NAM it remains as a weak tropical or subtropical depression. Here is the link for the 18z NAM: NAM 18z

In the image below you can see the first system discussed re-emerging into the GOM after making landfall by Belize. The second system is south of Hispañiola as sharply inverted wave. And the third system is just east of Florida.

NAM 18z 72 hours



NOTE: The NAM isn't the best model for determining cyclogenesis, I'm just pointing out what the latest model runs suggest.
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
AOI/XX/XX
MARK
XXN/XXW

Pre-Bonnie looking good.
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International Boundary and Water Commission
United States Section
For immediate release
8:00 p.m. CDT, July 2, 2010
USIBWC PREPARES FOR
RIO GRANDE FLOOD OPERATIONS;
DIVERSIONS INTO FLOODWAYS ARE EXPECTED
The United States Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission (USIBWC)
continues to monitor the effects of Hurricane Alex on the Rio Grande Basin and is moving into flood
operations in the coming days due to the expected impact of flow from Mexican tributaries downstream
of Falcon Dam. The USIBWC is closely coordinating this event with the National Weather Service and
the Mexican Section of the Commission.
The Commission continues to analyze the potential effects of precipitation on two Mexican
reservoirs on the San Juan River, a tributary that flows into the Rio Grande at Rio Grande City, Texas and
Ciudad Camargo, Tamaulipas. The Mexican Section of the Commission has indicated that it expects the
downstream reservoir on the San Juan River, Marte R. Gomez Dam, to spill floodwaters beginning
Sunday, which would increase flow in the Rio Grande. The timing and extent of any impact on the Rio
Grande is still being analyzed but based on the current reports from the Mexican Section, diversion of
water into the internal floodways in the United States and Mexico appears likely. Residents in the
Lower Rio Grande Valley should monitor National Weather Service warnings and forecasts for any
updated information about conditions in the Rio Grande Basin into next week.
The USIBWC operates a system of Rio Grande flood control levees, dams, and floodways in the
Lower Rio Grande Valley in Hidalgo, Cameron, and Willacy Counties. To prepare for flood conditions,
on Saturday, July 3, USIBWC crews will begin closing all drainage and irrigation structures that pass
through USIBWC levees in order to prevent floodwaters from the Rio Grande, Banker Floodway, Main
Floodway, North Floodway, and Arroyo Colorado from flowing into adjacent communities. Once the
structures are closed, drainage from the land side of the levee that would normally flow into the river or
floodways will be blocked so any local storm water flows will need to be pumped over the levee by the
community or drainage district responsible for local storm water management. As conditions warrant,
USIBWC staff will move into Flood Fight Operations. During this phase of response, crews work 24
hours per day to patrol flood control levees to identify and respond to any problems that could arise such
as erosion along the levees, freeboard encroachment, or seepage on the land side of the levees. Sand
bagging operations will be established if needed. Crews also take more frequent flow measurements to
track and document the flood.
As part of its flood operations, the USIBWC exchanges information with the Mexican Section of
the Commission regarding flood conditions. The USIBWC provides data about Mexico’s Rio Grande
tributaries to the National Weather Service, which uses this and U.S. data to formulate flood forecasts.
The two Sections of the Commission jointly operate the Retamal and Anzalduas Diversion Dams as
necessary to divert Rio Grande floodwaters into each country’s floodway or to make flood releases from
Amistad and Falcon International Storage Reservoirs located upstream on the Rio Grande. In May, the
U.S. and Mexican Sections of the Commission conducted their annual flood workshop in preparation for
the hurricane season.
Information about Rio Grande flow as well as storage and release data from U.S. and Mexican
reservoirs in the Rio Grande basin is available on the USIBWC web page at:
http://www.ibwc.gov/Water_Data/Reports/RG_Flow_data.html
For more information:
Sally Spener
915-832-4175
sally.spener@ibwc.gov
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Why does 209 look like it's running backwards? frame-rate mismatch ala the wagon wheels illusion?
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Quoting atmoaggie:
Haha, he should!

Here it is, Dr. M


I would say that Dr. Masters should just stick to Winter vacations, but then we'd be running the risk of a year-round hurricane season.
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that's a lot of traffic
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
680

WHXX01 KWBC 031810

CHGHUR

TROPICAL CYCLONE GUIDANCE MESSAGE

NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL

1810 UTC SAT JUL 3 2010



DISCLAIMER...NUMERICAL MODELS ARE SUBJECT TO LARGE ERRORS.

PLEASE REFER TO NHC OFFICIAL FORECASTS FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE

AND SUBTROPICAL CYCLONE INFORMATION.



ATLANTIC OBJECTIVE AIDS FOR



DISTURBANCE INVEST (AL952010) 20100703 1800 UTC



...00 HRS... ...12 HRS... ...24 HRS. .. ...36 HRS...

100703 1800 100704 0600 100704 1800 100705 0600



LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON

BAMS 27.4N 87.6W 27.9N 89.2W 28.9N 90.2W 29.9N 91.2W

BAMD 27.4N 87.6W 26.8N 89.0W 26.7N 90.3W 26.9N 91.5W

BAMM 27.4N 87.6W 27.4N 89.1W 27.9N 90.2W 28.5N 91.1W

LBAR 27.4N 87.6W 27.0N 89.1W 27.1N 90.6W 27.4N 92.0W

SHIP 25KTS 28KTS 31KTS 32KTS

DSHP 25KTS 28KTS 31KTS 29KTS



...48 HRS... ...72 HRS... ...96 HRS. .. ..120 HRS...

100705 1800 100706 1800 100707 1800 100708 1800



LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON

BAMS 31.0N 91.9W 33.4N 93.2W 35.0N 95.6W 36.3N 98.4W

BAMD 27.3N 92.6W 28.2N 94.8W 29.1N 97.3W 29.4N 100.5W

BAMM 29.1N 91.9W 30.7N 93.7W 32.2N 96.4W 33.2N 99.0W

LBAR 28.0N 93.1W 29.1N 95.2W 30.7N 97.3W 32.8N 97.7W

SHIP 34KTS 34KTS 38KTS 36KTS

DSHP 28KTS 27KTS 27KTS 27KTS



...INITIAL CONDITIONS...

LATCUR = 27.4N LONCUR = 87.6W DIRCUR = 235DEG SPDCUR = 10KT

LATM12 = 28.2N LONM12 = 86.3W DIRM12 = 240DEG SPDM12 = 10KT

LATM24 = 29.2N LONM24 = 84.5W

WNDCUR = 25KT RMAXWD = 20NM WNDM12 = 20KT

CENPRS = 1013MB OUTPRS = 1015MB OUTRAD = 120NM SDEPTH = S

RD34NE = 0NM RD34SE = 0NM RD34SW = 0NM RD34NW = 0NM



$$

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your going too have this has many commets made like pat dos
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680

WHXX01 KWBC 031810

CHGHUR

TROPICAL CYCLONE GUIDANCE MESSAGE

NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL

1810 UTC SAT JUL 3 2010



DISCLAIMER...NUMERICAL MODELS ARE SUBJECT TO LARGE ERRORS.

PLEASE REFER TO NHC OFFICIAL FORECASTS FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE

AND SUBTROPICAL CYCLONE INFORMATION.



ATLANTIC OBJECTIVE AIDS FOR



DISTURBANCE INVEST (AL952010) 20100703 1800 UTC



...00 HRS... ...12 HRS... ...24 HRS. .. ...36 HRS...

100703 1800 100704 0600 100704 1800 100705 0600



LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON

BAMS 27.4N 87.6W 27.9N 89.2W 28.9N 90.2W 29.9N 91.2W

BAMD 27.4N 87.6W 26.8N 89.0W 26.7N 90.3W 26.9N 91.5W

BAMM 27.4N 87.6W 27.4N 89.1W 27.9N 90.2W 28.5N 91.1W

LBAR 27.4N 87.6W 27.0N 89.1W 27.1N 90.6W 27.4N 92.0W

SHIP 25KTS 28KTS 31KTS 32KTS

DSHP 25KTS 28KTS 31KTS 29KTS



...48 HRS... ...72 HRS... ...96 HRS. .. ..120 HRS...

100705 1800 100706 1800 100707 1800 100708 1800



LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON

BAMS 31.0N 91.9W 33.4N 93.2W 35.0N 95.6W 36.3N 98.4W

BAMD 27.3N 92.6W 28.2N 94.8W 29.1N 97.3W 29.4N 100.5W

BAMM 29.1N 91.9W 30.7N 93.7W 32.2N 96.4W 33.2N 99.0W

LBAR 28.0N 93.1W 29.1N 95.2W 30.7N 97.3W 32.8N 97.7W

SHIP 34KTS 34KTS 38KTS 36KTS

DSHP 28KTS 27KTS 27KTS 27KTS



...INITIAL CONDITIONS...

LATCUR = 27.4N LONCUR = 87.6W DIRCUR = 235DEG SPDCUR = 10KT

LATM12 = 28.2N LONM12 = 86.3W DIRM12 = 240DEG SPDM12 = 10KT

LATM24 = 29.2N LONM24 = 84.5W

WNDCUR = 25KT RMAXWD = 20NM WNDM12 = 20KT

CENPRS = 1013MB OUTPRS = 1015MB OUTRAD = 120NM SDEPTH = S

RD34NE = 0NM RD34SE = 0NM RD34SW = 0NM RD34NW = 0NM



$$

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206. xcool


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205. xcool
Miami good job.:0
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Quoting ElConando:
Ground here is already fairly saturated in my area of S FLA. Only worry would be if the Canal would overflow. The drainage systems here are very good.
Lol. I'm in Brickell right now and I'm expecting flooding, some nasty storms coming our way.



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