Tropical Storm Chris forms; little change to Cuba disturbance; Duluth floods

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 1:33 PM GMT on June 20, 2012

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Tropical Storm Chris formed Tuesday evening from a extratropical storm that spent enough time over waters of 24 - 26°C to acquire tropical characteristics. Chris is headed eastwards, out to sea, and will not trouble any land areas. Only twice before, in 1887 and 1959, has the third storm of the season formed earlier than this date. Formation of three tropical storms so early in the year is not necessarily a harbinger of an active season; 1959 was close to average, with 12 named storms, 7 hurricanes, and 2 intense hurricanes (average is 11 named storms, 6 hurricanes, and 2 intense hurricanes.) Unusual levels of early season activity in the Caribbean and between Africa and the Lesser Antilles usually portends a very active hurricane season, but this year's storms have not formed in this region. Alberto, Beryl, and Chris all formed off the U.S. East Coast.


Figure 1. Morning satellite image of Chris.

Disturbance near Cuba will bring heavy rains to Florida
An area of low pressure and heavy thunderstorms centered just south of Cuba has changed little since Tuesday, and is bringing sporadic heavy rains to Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, South Florida, the Southern Bahamas, and Cuba. This disturbance will need to be watched for development as it drifts slowly northwest at about 5 mph and enters the Gulf of Mexico late this week. The disturbance is poorly organized, and has only a modest area of heavy thunderstorms. Wind shear is a moderate to high 15 - 25 knots over the region, and the shear is predicted to remain in the moderate to high range for the next three days along the disturbance's path. Water vapor satellite loops show a region of dry air over the Southern Gulf of Mexico; strong upper-level winds out of the northwest are bringing some of this dry air into the vicinity of the disturbance, which is interfering with development. NHC is giving the disturbance a 20% chance of developing into a tropical depression by Friday morning. As the disturbance reaches the waters off the southwest coast of Florida this weekend, a strong trough of low pressure pushing off of the U.S. East Coast will be capable of grabbing the storm and accelerating it to the northeast. This is the solution of the GFS model, which takes the storm across Florida on Sunday, and into the waters off the coast of South Carolina by Monday, with the disturbance developing into a tropical or subtropical storm off the coast of South Carolina. None of the other reliable computer models is showing development of the disturbance into a tropical depression. I think it is unlikely that heavy rains from this disturbance will affect Louisiana and Texas, but it will bring heavy rains to Southwest Florida and Cuba over the next five days.


Figure 2. Morning satellite image of the tropical disturbance near Cuba.


Figure 3. Rainfall for the 5-day period ending at 8am EDT Monday as predicted by NOAA's Hydrometeorological Prediction Center. Amounts in excess of five inches (orange colors) are predicted for Southwest Florida, with an area of ten inches (yellow colors) just off the coast.

Major flooding in Duluth, Minnesota
A serious flood emergency is occurring in Duluth, Minnesota. A series of "training" thunderstorms that all passed over the same region have dumped 4 - 5 inches of rain over a wide swath of Northern Minnesota overnight and early this morning. Nearly 8 inches of rain fell in the Denfeld area of western Duluth. This is more rain than fell in the city's previous worst flood on record, which occurred August 20, 1972. Major flooding is occurring, and only emergency travel is recommended in the city due to flooded roads. A flash flood warning from the Duluth National Weather Service issued at 7am CDT said this:

We cannot stress what a major threat this is for the city of Duluth
and along the North Shore. Aging infrastructure will also play a
part in the flood threat... especially on the hillside. Highway 61
remains closed in spots with washouts... overflowing streams and
rivers...washed out culverts and washed out roads. Just because you
might be able to travel to a destination now... does not mean you
will make it in one to two hours. This is how fast this situation
may deteriorate as more rainfall moves in from the west. There is
the potential for several more inches of rain today and the utility
system and the saturated ground cannot take much more rain.


According to wunderground's weather historian, Christopher C. Burt, the all-time 24 hour precipitation record for Duluth is 5.79" on 8/22 - 8/23 1978; 4.14" was recorded on Tuesday at the airport.


Figure 4. Radar-estimated rainfall from the Duluth, Minnesota radar.

Jeff Masters

storm damage June 19 (CythiaSue)
there is another car buried on the other side of the road. This is just some of the storm damage from a 4 am rain and thunderstorm
storm damage June 19

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2539. PRweathercenter
2:49 AM GMT on June 27, 2012
Caribbean Storm Update with Dave

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2538. stillwaiting
2:55 PM GMT on June 22, 2012
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2537. plutorising
7:34 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
stupid question here, but i can't find an answer elsewhere - why is it called 'invest' and why is this one 'at'?

humble thanks.
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2536. nola70119
7:27 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Just using my eyeballs here by the bayou-- I think that high which has been sitting on top of New Orleans is starting to weaken.....clouds filling, and mot much movement in the upper levels.
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2535. 19N81W
4:35 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
pretty far north for a hurricane?
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2534. islander101010
4:01 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
guess.is.up.the.rio.grand.valley.trigger.the.beginn ing.of.the.western.moonsoon.season
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2533. 10FootPole
3:14 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Quoting 2481. Patrap:

Be a adult.

Poof!
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2532. cheaterwon
3:10 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Quoting CajunCrawfishhunter:
IM just glad to see Louisiana hasnt been mentioned... all this talk of Texas and Florida..



Well it does seem that you are in the middle of the dart board that everyone is throwing at. Which isn't the safest place to be.
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2531. windshear1993
3:07 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
if debby forms will it become the earliest 4th named storm?
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2530. bohonkweatherman
3:06 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/DM_state.htm?TX,S
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2529. redwagon
3:05 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Quoting weatherh98:


That's the mid level

Where.... do you tag the llc?
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2528. HouGalv08
3:05 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Excellent post by Levi32 ! Like he said, we need a LLC for the models to munch on to get a better picture. Debby will take aim from Brownsville to Key West. The entire gulf coast needs to pay attention.
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2527. LargoFl
3:05 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
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2526. RTSplayer
3:04 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Quoting Jax82:
according to the 850MB, the spin is still northwest of that area of deep convection.



Exactly.

The dominant low is very, very big and broad, but it's starting to get it's act together.

You'll be able to see changes literally on a 30 minute to hour basis with the LSU products, they are by far the best visually for watching systems like this.
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2525. chevycanes
3:04 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
long range radar out of key west might just be playing tricks on my eyes but looks like there is a spin just NW of Cuba.
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2524. Jax82
3:04 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
This weeks drought monitor.

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2523. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
3:03 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
JeffMasters has created a new entry.
2522. Patrap
3:03 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Gulf Of Mexico - False Color RGB Loop

The Low Level Swirl takes up the Whole Eastern GOM
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2521. RTSplayer
3:03 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Quoting AllStar17:
11:00AM ADVISORY
(click to enlarge)


Incredible that a pop-up wave that far north could become a legit hurricane. I've Never seen anything like it.
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2520. windshear1993
3:02 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
if debby forms will it become the earliest 4th named storm
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2519. Jax82
3:02 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
according to the 850MB, the spin is still northwest of that area of deep convection.

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2518. Patrap
3:02 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Orleans Parish

Coastal Flood Advisory

Statement as of 3:44 AM CDT on June 21, 2012

... Coastal Flood Advisory remains in effect until 7 am CDT
Saturday...

* coastal flooding... minor coastal flooding of less than one
foot expected.

* Timing... flooding will occur during each high tide cycle.
Highest tides will occur in the afternoon hours.

* Impacts... minor overwash of low lying roadways in the
immediate vicinity of the coast. Flooding will be less than
one foot.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A coastal Flood Advisory indicates that onshore winds and tides
will combine to generate flooding of low areas along the shore.
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2517. MudMinnow
3:01 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Regarding the Louisiana flooding thats been brought up. It's not a forecast from the low at the Yucatan now. Louisiana has had strong Easterly winds 15-20knots for 4 days now. Due to ekman transport, water is piling up and tides have been 1 foot above normal. A flood warning has been issued for low lying areas which is typical.
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2516. bohonkweatherman
3:01 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Quoting RitaEvac:


I like what you say at the end, "forecasts stills call for hot and sunny along here, but looks to be busted"


If Debbie develops and moves to Texas we get rains we really need if it moves to Florida most likely record heat here next week, come this way Debbie. :) Hope Levi is right but we shall see? Like flipping a coin my guess is Florida and the trough picking storm up but this is a tough one to forecast right now until Storm develops.
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2515. wxmod
3:00 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
5000 mile wide satellite photo comparing the Russian wildfire state of emergency (upper left) and the day to day China smog (lower right). MODIS

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2514. RTSplayer
3:00 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
See, if you look closely on the low cloud product, this system is drier than Alex and farther north, but it has a similar environmental structure, in that it's sort double nested in this much larger envelope. It just needs to moisten up the environment a lot more, which it's clearly doing.

Expect it to cover most of the Gulf when the convection finally does wrap around. Will be very, very large.

It really deserves an invest and a flight to help find the dominant CoC and get a better model initialization.
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2513. Bobbyweather
3:00 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
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Quoting stormchaser19:
OMG!!!! NHC officially call chris hurricane, can anyone remember me when a hurricane forms so far to north?

according to a past comment by CybrTeddy,
Chris is the northernmost June hurricane on record
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2512. AllStar17
3:00 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
11:00AM ADVISORY
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2511. windshear1993
2:59 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Quoting JrWeathermanFL:
Ok, Chris is a hurricane.
Now, as blog tradition, lets turn our attention somewhere else
:) jk
i agree feels good to hear thatchirs is a hurricane now we have to look at future debby which is don with a vengeance but he got his big sister
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2510. stormchaser19
2:58 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
OMG!!!! NHC officially call chris hurricane, can anyone remember me when a hurricane forms so far to north?
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2509. jascott1967
2:58 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Quoting GeorgiaStormz:


a foot of water.......... ?
how do they know that already? :)


Fetch. High winds (doesn't even have to be associated with a storm), long body of water of which it traverses. Texas could call for coastal flooding anytime. In fact, the same could be said for anywhere along the gulf coast because of the amount of time those storms have been in or near the GoM.
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2508. washingtonian115
2:58 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Quoting JrWeathermanFL:
Ok, Chris is a hurricane.
Now, as blog tradition, lets turn our attention somewhere else
:) jk
Yes when or if Debby forms we will turn our attention twards Africa.
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2507. TropicalAnalystwx13
2:58 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
It appears Chris timed his upgrade to hurricane status perfectly as it has now probably reached its peak and will begin weakening. Convection is beginning to weaken.

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2506. yqt1001
2:57 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
I think we should give a huge congratulations! Chris is pretty much a more epic version of Vince, in June at like 40N.

I cannot wait until post season to see what the NHC says. Oh well, the thought of a weak puny and lame Chris dies today!
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2505. weatherman321
2:57 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
haha had to post this "Everybody Hates Chris!!"
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2504. CybrTeddy
2:57 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
All I can say - WAY more impressive than the last Chris.
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2503. Patrap
2:57 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
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2502. GeorgiaStormz
2:57 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
I WANT 96L!!!
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2501. JrWeathermanFL
2:55 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Ok, Chris is a hurricane.
Now, as blog tradition, lets turn our attention somewhere else
:) jk
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2500. LargoFl
2:55 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAMPA BAY RUSKIN FL
501 AM EDT THU JUN 21 2012

FLZ039-042-043-048>052-055>057-060>062-065-GMZ830 -850-853-856-870-
873-876-212115-
LEVY-CITRUS-SUMTER-HERNANDO-PASCO-PINELLAS-HILLSB OROUGH-POLK-
MANATEE-HARDEE-HIGHLANDS-SARASOTA-DESOTO-CHARLOTT E-LEE-
TAMPA BAY WATERS-TARPON SPRINGS TO SUWANNEE RIVER OUT 20 NM-
ENGLEWOOD TO TARPON SPRINGS OUT 20 NM-
BONITA BEACH TO ENGLEWOOD OUT 20 NM-
TARPON SPRINGS TO SUWANNEE RIVER OUT 20 TO 60 NM-
ENGLEWOOD TO TARPON SPRINGS OUT 20 TO 60 NM-
BONITA BEACH TO ENGLEWOOD OUT 20 TO 60 NM-
501 AM EDT THU JUN 21 2012

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR WEST CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST
FLORIDA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

...THUNDERSTORM IMPACT...
DEEP TROPICAL MOISTURE OVER THE AREA AND AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE
EXPECTED TO DEVELOP OVER THE SOUTH CENTRAL GULF OF MEXICO WILL
LEAD TO NUMEROUS THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE AREA THROUGH TONIGHT.
THUNDERSTORM COVERAGE WILL DEPEND ON THE TRACK OF THE LOW...BUT AT
THIS TIME IT APPEARS THAT THE BEST CHANCES WILL BE OVER THE
COASTAL WATERS AND WESTERN PART OF THE FORECAST AREA. THE MAIN
THREATS WILL BE HEAVY RAINFALL WITH POSSIBLE LOCALIZED
FLOODING...WIND GUSTS TO 40 MPH...AND FREQUENT AND DANGEROUS CLOUD
TO GROUND LIGHTNING.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...FRIDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY.

...THUNDERSTORM IMPACT...
AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP OVER THE GULF OF
MEXICO AND TRACK NORTHEASTWARD TOWARD THE WEST COAST OF FLORIDA
THROUGH THE WEEKEND AND INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK. THERE IS STILL SOME
UNCERTAINTY WITH THIS SYSTEM...BUT OVERALL THE FORECAST AREA
SHOULD SEE SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS THUNDERSTORMS EACH DAY INTO EARLY
NEXT WEEK. THE MAIN THREATS WILL BE HEAVY RAINFALL WITH POSSIBLE
LOCALIZED FLOODING...WIND GUSTS TO 40 MPH...AND FREQUENT AND
DANGEROUS CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION WILL NOT BE NEEDED TODAY
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2499. RitaEvac
2:55 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Quoting Levi32:
Good morning.

Blog update:

Tropical Tidbit for Thursday, June 21st, with Video


I like what you say at the end, "forecasts stills call for hot and sunny along here, but looks to be busted"


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2498. Patrap
2:55 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
.CHRIS BECOMES THE FIRST HURRICANE OF THE SEASON...
11:00 AM AST Thu Jun 21
Location: 41.1°N 43.2°W
Moving: NE at 20 mph
Min pressure: 987 mb
Max sustained: 75 mph
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2497. GeorgiaStormz
2:55 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
no change to the yucatan blob
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2496. Grothar
2:55 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Quoting RTSplayer:



I'm wondering if the convection is too far offset from the axis, and it tries to develop a new surface low, or whether it somehow blows up and speeds up enough to catch up with the axis and develop that way?

That may be the crucial difference between the Canadian and the Euro split. An SE side re-organization may favor a re-curve, while an organization centered on the existing axis would favor a west track.


That appears to be the difference between the two models. While there is no consensus, the one feature that is being held back is a strong pulse of energy that should move east of the high which will be over Texas. This high is what some models are expecting to move the system more westerly. However, depending on the timing and the position of the center, it is becoming more likely that the strong pulse of enery may be far enough South to move any system there to the NE.

We all know the drill by now.
1. Position and strength of the Center
2. Shear potential
3. Position of the highs
4. And lastly, if that pulse of energy slides South as expected, it could change the movement drastically. That is why I am 60-40 on a NE movement.
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2495. ChaseyChasinStorms
2:55 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Hurricane Chris. WOW
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2494. windshear1993
2:55 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
chris IS A HURRICANE YAYYYY
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2493. fmhurricane2009
2:55 PM GMT on June 21, 2012

NHC issuing advisories on Hurricane CHRIS
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2492. TropicalAnalystwx13
2:54 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
HURRICANE CHRIS DISCUSSION NUMBER 8
NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL AL032012
1100 AM AST THU JUN 21 2012

CHRIS HAS MAINTAINED ITS EYE FEATURE THIS MORNING...AND IN FACT THE
SATELLITE SIGNATURE HAS IMPROVED. A 1111Z SSMIS OVERPASS ALSO
INDICATED A SOLID CLOSED RING ON THE 37 GHZ COLOR COMPOSITE IMAGE.
THE EYE TEMPERATURE HAS WARMED AND THE COLD INNER CORE CLOUD TOPS
ARE -60C TO -70C...RESULTING IN A DVORAK SATELLITE DATA-T ESTIMATES
OF 4.5 AND CONSTRAINED FINAL T-NUMBERS OF 4.0 FROM BOTH TAFB AND
SAB. IN ADDITION...NOW THAT THE CIMSS ADT HAS OBJECTIVELY
IDENTIFIED AN EYE SCENE TYPE...THE LAST FEW RAW T-NUMBERS WERE ALSO
4.4 TO 4.5. BASED ON THESE DATA AND CONSIDERING THE RELATIVELY
COOL SSTS...THE INITIAL INTENSITY IS RAISED TO 65 KT...MAKING CHRIS
THE FIRST HURRICANE OF THE SEASON. GRADUAL WEAKENING IS STILL
EXPECTED THROUGH THE FORECAST PERIOD AS THE SYSTEM MOVES NORTHWARD
OVER COOLER WATER AND INTO A MORE STABLE AIR MASS.

THE CYCLONE HAS BEGUN ITS EXPECTED TURN TOWARD THE NORTHEAST...AT AN
ESTIMATED 050/17. DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS...CHRIS IS EXPECTED TO
LOSE ITS TROPICAL CYCLONE CHARACTERISTICS AS THE CYCLONE TURNS
CYCLONICALLY...NORTHWARD AND NORTHWESTWARD AROUND A LARGER MID- TO
UPPER-LEVEL BAROCLINIC SYSTEM. AFTERWARD...CHRIS SHOULD ULTIMATELY
TURN TOWARD THE SOUTH AND BECOME ABSORBED WITHIN THE AFOREMENTIONED
MID-LATITUDE LOW IN 48 HOURS.

FORECAST POSITIONS AND MAX WINDS

INIT 21/1500Z 41.1N 43.2W 65 KT 75 MPH
12H 22/0000Z 42.8N 42.7W 60 KT 70 MPH
24H 22/1200Z 44.0N 43.6W 50 KT 60 MPH...POST-TROPICAL
36H 23/0000Z 43.5N 45.3W 45 KT 50 MPH...POST-TROP/EXTRATROP
48H 23/1200Z 42.5N 45.5W 40 KT 45 MPH...POST-TROP/EXTRATROP
72H 24/1200Z...DISSIPATED

$$
FORECASTER ROBERTS
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2491. RTSplayer
2:54 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Note the increase in convection between Tampa, Key West, and Cuba. Starting to wrap around noticeably even in a matter of 30 minutes to an hour.

The main axis is really pulling a lot of moisture now, this is going to be a big system in area/size, like a few of the past couple year's June Caribbean-to-Gulf waves.

I don't know why that happens, but it's like deja vu or something.


LSU Low Cloud product
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2490. Dragod66
2:54 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
ha ha NHC the storm that could!
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2489. weatherh98
2:54 PM GMT on June 21, 2012
Quoting AllStar17:
This is where I'd tag an invest:


That's the mid level
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