Tropical Depression Two Along South Texas Coast

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 4:46 PM GMT on July 08, 2010

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Hello everybody, this is Senior Meteorologist Shaun Tanner writing Dr. Masters' blog while he is on vacation.

Tropical Depression Two formed overnight in the northern Bay of Campeche and is now making landfall along the extreme south coast of Texas. A hurricane hunter was sent into the system and found a low-level circulation. While there are some reports of tropical storm strength winds in the squalls of the system, there is just not enough evidence to upgrade the storm to tropical storm strength before landfall.

The satellite representation of the depression is quite impressive as half of the depression is now over landfall. Brownsville radar currently is showing the effects of the depression with heavy rain and thunderstorms through much of southern Texas.

The biggest lingering effect from the depression will be to prolong the devastating flooding that has been ongoing in southern Texas and northeast Mexico. Not including the rain that will fall due to the depression, over the past 7 days, the area near Houston has received over 10 inches of rain, while some inland areas of Texas has received over 4 inches of rain. The problem gets worse in the Mexican state of Coahuila near the Texas border has received upwards of 20 inches of rain in the past 7 days due to substantial moisture pouring into the area.

This surging watershed has caused massive flooding throughout the region, with the area near Laredo, Texas and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico being the hardest hit. The flooding has caused the major border crossing between those two cities to be closed as the Rio Grande surged and threatened to top the crossing's bridge. A contingent of Mexican officials, including the mayor of Piedras Negras, Coahuila, touring the flooding damage in an airplane crashed Wednesday, killing all six onboard. Evacuations on both sides of the border has forced tens of thousands of people out of their homes, while over 100,000 people were without water service. The flooding problem is extra dangerous because swollen dams had to release some of their water downstream into areas that towns that have already been swamped. It was even reported that one of these releases by the National Water Commission of Mexico was the largest emergency water release in the country.

Needless to say, the rain from Tropical Depression Two will only further the flooding problems in southern Texas and northeast Mexico. Figure 3 shows the severe map and the greens represent Flood Watches and Warnings. You can see almost the entire states of Texas and Oklahoma are under these watches and warnings in anticipation of several inches of rain from the remnants of Tropical Depression Two.


Figure 1. Satellite loop of Tropical Depression Two.


Figure 2. Storm-centered radar as depression makes landfall.


Figure 3. Severe map.

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Here is the best discussion on the wave that may approach Puerto Rico:

TROPICAL DISCUSSION - INTERNATIONAL DESKS
NWS HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER CAMP SPRINGS MD
617 AM EDT FRI JUL 09 2010

PRELIMINARY DISCUSSION FOR PUERTO RICO AND THE USVI. A TUTT LOW NEAR 25N 54W EXTENDS A TROUGH SOUTH TO EAST OF THE ISLAND CHAIN...INTERACTING WITH THE ATLANTIC ITCZ AND WITH A PROGRESSIVE
TROPICAL WAVE/WIND SURGE NEARING THE ISLANDS. THROUGH THIS AFTERNOON THE LOW/TROUGH ALOFT WILL RETROGRESS TO NORTHEAST OF THE
ISLAND CHAIN...WHERE IT WILL THEN MEANDER INTO THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK. UNDER INFLUENCE OF THE SUBTROPICAL RIDGE TO THE WEST...THE
TROUGH IS TO GRADUALLY BEGIN TO SHEAR TO THE SOUTHWEST...WITH AXIS BECOMING ELONGATED AS IT STRETCHES INTO THE NORTHEAST CARIBBEAN
ISLANDS.

AT LOW LEVELS THE DEEP TROUGH PATTERN IS INDUCING PERTURBATIONS IN THE TRADE WIND EASTERLIES...WITH ONE CLEARLY EVIDENT ON IR IMAGERY STREAMING ACROSS THE LEEWARD ISLES EARLY THIS MORNING. THIS IS TO QUICKLY EJECT ACROSS PUERTO RICO AROUND NOON TIME...WHERE IT IS LIKELY TO FAVOR AN INCREASE IN EARLY AFTERNOON CONVECTION (SEA BREEZE AND AIR MASS RELATED).

THE FEATURE OF CONCERN REMAINS A NEGATIVELY TILTED EASTERLY WAVE/TRADE WIND SURGE THAT QUICKLY MOVE ACROSS THE LESSER ANTILLES
LATER THIS EVENING...AND REACHES THE USVI JUST BEFORE SUNRISE ON SATURDAY. STRONG CYCLONIC INFLOW IS THEN EXPECTED ACROSS PUERTO
RICO BETWEEN 12-18UTC...WITH AN 850 HPA WIND SURGE OF 30-35KT TO ACCOMPANY WAVE PASSAGE. THIS IS LIKELY TO TRIGGER SQUALLY WEATHER
ACROSS THE ISLANDS. BEST CONVERGENCE IS EXPECTED ALONG AND TO THE WEST OF THE WAVE AXIS...WITH MOIST TONGUE TRAILING THE WAVE. PWS
WITH THIS PERTURBATION ARE FORECAST TO PEAK AT NEARLY 2 INCHES (50MM)...WITH K INDEX TO INCREASE TO THE MID 30S. THE GFS FAVORS
THE USVI-ESE PUERTO RICO FOR MOST ACTIVE CONVECTION...WHILE THE NAM CONCENTRATES ON THE OFFSHORE CARIBBEAN WATERS. THE ECMWF IS
NOW THE WEAKEST...DELAYING ONSET OF ACTIVITY UNTIL SUNDAY...AND FOR THE MOST PART ONLY SHOWS RAINFALL AMOUNTS IN THE ORDER OF HALF
AN INCH. THE NCEP ENSEMBLE MEMBERS STRONGLY SUPPORT THE OPERATIONAL GFS SOLUTION...SHOWING SIMILAR TIMING/RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF ONE TO TWO INCHES FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON. BASED ON THE
GUIDANCE...AND INFLUENCE OF DAYTIME HEATING...WE EXPECT MOST ACTIVE CONVECTION ON SATURDAY...WITH SOME RESIDUAL ACTIVITY INTO
THE EARLY MORNING HOURS ON SUNDAY. AS RAIN SQUALLS DEVELOP...THERE IS A RISK OF SEVERE CONVECTION...PARTICULARLY TRUE ACROSS WESTERN
PORTIONS OF PUERTO RICO.

DISCUSSION FROM JUL 08/0000 UTC. ISSUED

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Thanks for the explanantion of the Carribean wave!!!
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Quoting TampaSpin:
Looks like NO Model support of anything developing in the next 7-10 days...Great News! MJO returns full aboard in 7-10 days as well! Busy times coming then!



MJO hasn't really left for over a month. All the heat is in the Atlantic, and that is where the MJO wants to stay and will probably do so.
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1122. DDR
Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
AOI/XX/XL
MARK
11.3N/55.6W

Just when i thought it was safe to go outside...its rainig again!
we need a break here in Trinidad,too much rain!
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jasoniscoolman2010x....

This wave in the carribean.. This is the latest I have from yesterday wahich was already posted but I cannot find an update. Not sure if this thing will pass south or north of Puerto Rico..

SYNOPSIS...A TROPICAL WAVE IN THE E CARIBBEAN WILL MOVE THROUGH
THE CENTRAL CARIBBEAN THROUGH SAT NIGHT...AND WILL REACH THE W
CARIBBEAN SUN. A THIRD TROPICAL WAVE OVER THE TROPICAL N ATLC
WATERS WILL ENTER THE E CARIBBEAN SAT...MOVE THROUGH THE E AND
CENTRAL CARIBBEAN OVER THE WEEKEND...AND ENTER THE W CARIBBEAN
MON.



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Quoting HarleyStormDude52:
Whats the latest on this wave in the eastern carribean? Is it still viable?



Generally speaking, the Eastern Caribbean tends to be a "graveyard" in terms of actual cyclogenisis. In other words, in the early and late season, your might have a wave "pass though", like the recent Alex, that generates into a storm in the Western Caribbean, or during the peak of the season, the CV wave develops into a storm or hurricane before hitting the Lesser Antilles and passes through the Eastern Caribbean as a fully developed storm.......The point is, I would not expect anything to form from this wave as it passes through the Eastern Caribbean.
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Quoting Jeff9641:


Morning Tampa!


HI there Jeff....sorry didn't mean to ignore ya..was working on the Site with an update....LOOKS like not much to worry about "Models Show Nothing" for the next 7-10 days. We do have the thingy coming into the Caribbean to watch tho.....Gotta run....everyone have a good Day!
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Whats the latest on this wave in the eastern carribean? Is it still viable?

SYNOPSIS...A TROPICAL WAVE IN THE E CARIBBEAN WILL MOVE THROUGH
THE CENTRAL CARIBBEAN THROUGH SAT NIGHT...AND WILL REACH THE W
CARIBBEAN SUN. A THIRD TROPICAL WAVE OVER THE TROPICAL N ATLC
WATERS WILL ENTER THE E CARIBBEAN SAT...MOVE THROUGH THE E AND
CENTRAL CARIBBEAN OVER THE WEEKEND...AND ENTER THE W CARIBBEAN
MON.
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Morning everyone

Hey KOTG that AOI has some good Convergence, Divergence and hmm, vort at 850 is there but low, vort at 700 is there but weak and at 500 nearly nonexsistent. even thou shear is not so hot, there is a fairly large ULH in the Southern Caribbean SA border and maybe help out our little friend. Steering flow look to be on westward course for short term but a WNW-ward movement there after heading to Jamaica.
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Good Morning. Looks like a quiet upcoming week for the tropical Atlantic....Just have to keep an eye on blobs and models but remember that this is still only July; the real deal will not start until August.
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1113. IKE
Eastern Atlantic through July 19th on the latest ECMWF.
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Looks like NO Model support of anything developing in the next 7-10 days...Great News! MJO returns full aboard in 7-10 days as well! Busy times coming then!
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Kinda interesting.

Tropical Weather Discussion

Issued: Friday, July 9, 2010 625 am EDT/525 am CDT Link

Low Pressure System Off Of The North Carolina Coast: I continue to keep a close eye on a low pressure system off of the North Carolina coast. The reason why I am paying some attention to it is because it is over ocean water temperatures that are in the 80s. Right now, it is a non-tropical cold cored system, however, there is an outside chance that it become sub-tropical as it tracks towards New England during Saturday. The overall chance of this happening is fairly low. This low pressure system will bring heavy rainfall to much of New England this weekend.

Some Thoughts About Potential Development In The Eastern Atlantic After July 15th...
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1107. IKE
Post 1104....from.....


San Juan,PR....DISCUSSION...THIS HAS BEEN AN INTERESTING AND CHALLENGING
FORECAST SITUATION. MODELS ARE MOVING THE WAVE TOO FAST TOWARD THE
AREA. DURING THE PAST 24 HOURS...AS INTERPRETED FROM SATELLITE
IMAGERY...THE WAVE HAS BEEN MOVING AT ABOUT 14 KNOTS AND THIS HAS
CHANGED LITTLE DURING THE PAST 72 HOURS. AT THIS SPEED IT WILL
ARRIVE IN SAN JUAN AT 11/07Z AND SAINT THOMAS AT 11/03Z WITH MOST
OF THE WEATHER FOLLOWING IT. NAM SHOWS THE TROUGH AT 850 MB MOVING
THROUGH AT 10/21Z...THE GFS AT 10/15Z AND THE ECMWF AT A SIMILAR
TIME. PART OF THE PROBLEM MAY LIE IN INITIALIZATION. GOES WINDS BEHIND
THE WAVE AT 700 MB WERE GENERALLY EAST NORTHEAST AROUND 20 KNOTS
AT 10 NORTH 50 WEST. HOWEVER GFS WINDS IN THE SAME POSITION WERE
SOUTHEAST AT 35 TO 45 KNOTS. THIS LEVEL WAS CHOSEN SINCE CLOUD
TOPS ARE AROUND 11 DEGREES CELSIUS WHICH IS CLOSE TO 700 MB.
ANOTHER POSSIBILITY IS THAT THE TUTT LOW TO THE NORTHEAST...WHICH
UP TO NOW HAS BEEN MOVING SOUTH SOUTH WEST IN THE MID 50S WEST
LONGITUDE...IS HAVING AND WILL CONTINUE TO HAVE A RETARDING EFFECT
ON THE WAVE...CAUSING CONVECTION TO BUILD BEHIND THE AXIS...AND
THEN REFORMING ALONG THIS CONVECTION DUE TO UPPER LEVEL WESTERLIES
AROUND THE SOUTHERN PERIMETER OF THE LOW. EITHER WAY HAVE HAD TO
ABANDON MODEL INPUT FOR THE GRIDS AND DELAY ARRIVAL OF THE
MAJORITY OF THE WEATHER ABOUT 9 TO 12 HOURS. THIS MEANS THE
HEAVIEST SHOWERS AND WIDEST COVERAGE OF PRECIPITATION ON THE
SOUTHEAST COAST OF PUERTO RICO WILL ARRIVE AFTER MIDNIGHT SUNDAY
MORNING...AND WILL NOT ARRIVE IN THE U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS BY
SATURDAY AFTERNOON. IT WILL NOT CHANGE THE LOCATION OF THE
CONVECTION THIS AFTERNOON IN WESTERN PUERTO RICO ...HOWEVER...
SINCE WINDS DO NOT BECOME APPRECIABLY NORTHEAST PRIOR TO THE
WAVE....BUT IT DOES DELAY THE COVERAGE OF NUMEROUS SHOWERS DURING
THE AFTERNOON IN THE CARIBBEAN EAST OF PUERTO RICO AND AROUND THE
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT. FOR THE SAME REASON WILL
STICK TO MOS MAXIMUMS OF 90 DEGREES FOR SAN JUAN TODAY AND TOMORROW.

LOOKING FURTHER AHEAD...PATCHES OF MOISTURE AND MORE THICK SAHARAN
DUST FOLLOW THIS WAVE MONDAY AND TUESDAY AND THE NEXT WAVE...WHICH
HAD BEEN EXPECTED ON WEDNESDAY...IS NOW EXPECTED ON THURSDAY.
GIVEN A TRAVEL TIME OF 7 DEGREES OF LONGITUDE PER DAY AND 44
DEGREES OF LONGITUDE TO COVER FROM ITS POSITION OF 20 WEST OFF THE
COAST OF AFRICA THIS SEEMS MOST REASONABLE.

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1106. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
AOI/XX/XL
MARK
11.3N/55.6W
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Quoting IKE:
Good news for drilling the relief wells...

SYNOPSIS FOR THE GULF OF MEXICO
430 AM CDT FRI JUL 09 2010

.SYNOPSIS...HIGH PRES WILL BUILD FROM THE E ALONG 28N TODAY AND
WILL PREVAIL THROUGH TUE.



SYNOPSIS FOR CARIBBEAN SEA AND TROPICAL N ATLC FROM 07N TO 22N
BETWEEN 55W AND 65W
530 AM EDT FRI JUL 09 2010

.SYNOPSIS...A TROPICAL WAVE IN THE E CARIBBEAN WILL MOVE THROUGH
THE CENTRAL CARIBBEAN THROUGH SAT NIGHT...AND WILL REACH THE W
CARIBBEAN SUN. A THIRD TROPICAL WAVE OVER THE TROPICAL N ATLC
WATERS WILL ENTER THE E CARIBBEAN SAT...MOVE THROUGH THE E AND
CENTRAL CARIBBEAN OVER THE WEEKEND...AND ENTER THE W CARIBBEAN
MON.



What is the projected path of the wave entering the E Caribbean on Saturday? Will it stay south of Puerto Rico?
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1103. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
AOI/XX/XL
MARK
11.3N/55.6W
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Quoting homelesswanderer:
Houston

HOBBY AIRPORT HAD MORE RAIN YESTERDAY. THIS BRINGS THE MONTHLY
TOTAL TO 11.08 INCHES WHICH IS NOW THE 4TH WETTEST JULY ON RECORD.
BUSH IAH HAS HAD 9.23 INCHES OF RAIN IN JULY WHICH IS THE 8TH
WETTEST ON RECORD. MISC TRIVIA TO WOW YOUR FRIENDS WITH...SINCE
JUNE 24TH HOBBY AIRPORT HAS HAD 13.32 INCHES OF RAIN WHICH IS
MORE THAN HALF OF THE YEARLY TOTAL OF 26.63 INCHES. THATS
RIGHT...50 PERCENT OF THE 2010 RAINFALL AT HOBBY AIRPORT HAS
OCCURRED IN THE LAST 15 DAYS.


It's gonna be a long season.


Yep. I'm about 20 minutes south of there. We've actually received about 15 inches in the last 15 days. It's crazy.
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1101. homelesswanderer
12:27 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Houston again.

N SATURDAY...THE GFS DEVELOPS A LARGE SWATH OF PRECIP OVER THE
AREA. SUBSIDENCE FROM THE BUILDING UPPER RIDGE SUPPORTS LOWER RAIN
CHANCES AND LEANED TOWARD THE DRIER ECMWF/NAM. MODELS ARE
GENERALLY IN GOOD AGREEMENT WITH THE UPPER RIDGE BEING THE
DOMINANT WEATHER MAKER. A WEAK UPPER TROUGH WILL MOVE ACROSS THE
CENTRAL PLAINS MID WEEK BUT LOOKS TOO FAR NORTH TO HAVE MUCH OF AN
IMPACT. THE GFS ERODES THE RIDGE A BIT AS THE TROUGH PASSES.
PREFER THE ECMWF WHICH KEEPS A STRONGER RIDGE IN PLACE. IT IS
POSSIBLE THAT THE RIDGE WILL SHIFT TO THE CENTRAL PLAINS TOWARD
THE END OF THE WEEK AND ALLOW A FEW DISTURBANCES TO PUSH WEST
TOWARD THE TEXAS COAST.

Timing is everything. Hope there's nothing anywhere near the gulf when the ridge is yoyo-ing like that.
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1100. mrsalagranny
12:26 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Well iys off to work I go.Have a blessed day everyone.Storm thank you again.
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1098. MiamiHurricanes09
12:22 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Quoting weatherman12345:

thats when the real season starts.
I reckon that by July 16th the A/B high will be much weaker than what it currently is.
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1097. homelesswanderer
12:22 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Houston

HOBBY AIRPORT HAD MORE RAIN YESTERDAY. THIS BRINGS THE MONTHLY
TOTAL TO 11.08 INCHES WHICH IS NOW THE 4TH WETTEST JULY ON RECORD.
BUSH IAH HAS HAD 9.23 INCHES OF RAIN IN JULY WHICH IS THE 8TH
WETTEST ON RECORD. MISC TRIVIA TO WOW YOUR FRIENDS WITH...SINCE
JUNE 24TH HOBBY AIRPORT HAS HAD 13.32 INCHES OF RAIN WHICH IS
MORE THAN HALF OF THE YEARLY TOTAL OF 26.63 INCHES. THATS
RIGHT...50 PERCENT OF THE 2010 RAINFALL AT HOBBY AIRPORT HAS
OCCURRED IN THE LAST 15 DAYS.


It's gonna be a long season.
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1095. mrsalagranny
12:19 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
It is a true blessing.
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1094. MiamiHurricanes09
12:18 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Quoting MahFL:
Shear is at least 25kts aound the Windward islands, no chance of development.....
That shear will be much less in about 60 hours.

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1091. mrsalagranny
12:17 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Storm I have a praise report.My mother's doctor wants to try new meds that he thinks will help her paralysis.I trust that it will.Thank you and everyone else for all your prayers and lifting her up.
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1090. txalwaysprepared
12:17 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Good Morning All!

Can someone tell me (or post) where the High is situated? It would be nice to dry out around here for a couple days :)
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1089. IKE
12:17 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Quoting mrsalagranny:
Oh my looks like then we will really see the season firing up.


I don't see much on any model through July 19th.

Looks like this chart will verify again...

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1088. mrsalagranny
12:14 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Oh my looks like then we will really see the season firing up.
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1087. MahFL
12:13 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Shear is at least 25kts aound the Windward islands, no chance of development.....
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1086. IKE
12:12 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Quoting mrsalagranny:
When is the A/B high expected to weaken?


Looks like in about a week.
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1085. mrsalagranny
12:07 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
When is the A/B high expected to weaken?
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1084. Chicklit
12:06 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Quoting naviguesser:
Carolina Low has been stationary (as of 1115UTC) for the past 7 hours at roughly 34N74W
Eastern U. S. - Water Vapor Loop
Eastern U. S. - Rainbow Loop
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1082. homelesswanderer
12:02 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Quoting HouGalv08:
Re post 1064, IKE. Hard NOT to notice the pattern that seems to have set up so far. The problem we'll have is that with such southern tracks, all it will take is a relaxation one time of the A/B high, and someone from Fla. over to the Tx coast IS going to get smacked with something BIG.


Yeah I agree. There's been too much of this going on. At some point our luck will run out.

GULF OF MEXICO...
SURFACE RIDGE WILL BUILD INTO THE E AND CENTRAL GULF ALONG
27/28N TODAY AND SAT EXPANDING TO THE W GULF WATERS SUN WHERE IT
WILL PREVAIL THROUGH TUE. SOUTHERLY RETURN FLOW MAY INCREASE TO
15-20 KT OVER THE FAR NW GULF WATERS LATE MON INTO TUE.


I hate it when that happens. :(
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1081. mrsalagranny
12:00 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Very true.I know we want be protected for long.Once the CV season gets going it is gonna get very interesting to say the least.Storm all the dust coming off of Africa,if enough waves move off the coast it will move the dust correct?
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1080. naviguesser
12:00 PM GMT on July 09, 2010
Carolina Low has been stationary (as of 1115UTC) for the past 7 hours at roughly 34N74W
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1078. mrsalagranny
11:54 AM GMT on July 09, 2010
Good morning Ike,Chick did not mean to miss you.
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1077. Chicklit
11:54 AM GMT on July 09, 2010
Quoting BahaHurican:
I'm finding that the ATL from about 55 - 90W and about 10 - 30N remains remarkably moist.

Caribbean - Water Vapor Loop
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1076. mrsalagranny
11:52 AM GMT on July 09, 2010
Good morning Storm.It looks like we are gonna have another high pressure over us for a few more days.I hope that it will stay for a while.
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