94L still disorganized; Hurricane Gordon bearing down on the Azores

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 2:44 PM GMT on August 19, 2012

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A tropical wave (Invest 94L) located midway between the Lesser Antilles Islands and the coast of Africa is headed west at 20 - 25 mph. This storm is a threat to develop into a tropical storm that will affect the Lesser Antilles Islands as early as Wednesday. The storm is under light wind shear of 5 - 10 knots, and is over waters of 27°C. A large area of dry air lies just to the north of 94L, as seen on the latest Saharan Air Layer (SAL) analysis and water vapor satellite loops. This dry air is interfering with development, and this morning's visible satellite loop shows that 94L's heavy thunderstorm activity is a bit sparse. The storm does have an impressive amount of spin at middle levels of the atmosphere, though. A pass from the Indian OceanSAT-2 satellite Saturday night at 10:06 pm EDT noted a broad, elongated center of nearly calm winds several hundred miles in diameter at the surface, and nothing resembling a well-organized closed surface circulation. 94L will pass near buoy 41041 on Monday morning. The first hurricane hunter mission into 94L is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon.


Figure 1. Morning satellite image of Invest 94L.

Forecast for 94L
The latest 8 am EDT run of the SHIPS model predicts that wind shear will be low, 5 - 10 knots, and ocean temperatures will be near 27°C through Monday, then warm to 28°C by Tuesday night. As is typical with storms making the crossing from Africa to the Antilles, dry air to the north will likely interfere with development, and the SHIPS model predicts increased dry air as 94L approaches the Lesser Antilles on Wednesday. However, with shear expected to be low, dry air may be less of an issue for 94L than it was for Ernesto or TD 7. Our two best performing models--the GFS and ECMWF--have both been taking 94L through the Lesser Antilles with every run for the past 36 hours. Both models continue to agree on the timing, with 94L arriving Wednesday night or Thursday morning. The BAMM model, which performed as well as the ECMWF and GFS at 5-day forecasts in 2011, is showing a track just north of the Lesser Antilles. Given this agreement among our top three models for long-range forecasts, I give a 60% chance that 94L will pass through the Lesser Antilles. In their 8 am EDT Tropical Weather Outlook, NHC gave 94L a 60% chance of developing into a tropical depression by Tuesday morning. The GFS model has backed off on its forecast that 94L will develop into a hurricane before reaching the islands, and is now predicting 94L will be a tropical storm with 40 - 50 mph winds at that time. The ECMWF model does not develop 94L. It is unlikely that 94L will be able to organize quickly enough to become anything stronger than a Category 1 hurricane before reaching the islands, given the storm's current struggles with dry air, and the lack of model support for intensification. With 94L staying relatively weak and disorganized, the chances of it turning to the northwest and missing the Lesser Antilles, as the NOGAPS model has been predicting, are diminishing. The GFS model predicts that 94L will go on to hit the Dominican Republic as a strong tropical storm on Friday, though the storm could also miss the island, passing just to the north or the south. At longer ranges, the storm is capable of going anywhere from Canada to Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula; it's too early to tell.


Figure 2. The 00Z (8 pm EDT) run of the GFS model from August 18, 2012, was done 20 different times at low resolution using slightly different initial conditions to generate an ensemble of forecasts (pink lines.) The high-resolution operational GFS forecast is shown in white. The GFS ensemble forecast is showing decreasing risk to the U.S. East Coast at long ranges, and an increasing risk to the Gulf Coast.

Gordon bears down on the Azores
Hurricane warnings are flying for the central and eastern Azores Islands as Hurricane Gordon barrels eastwards at 21 mph. Gordon's peak 110 mph winds it had last night made it the strongest hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season so far. Latest visible satellite loops show that cold water and high wind shear are taking a toll on Gordon, with the southern portion of the storm deteriorating and the eye beginning to open up. However, Gordon will still be a Category 1 hurricane or strong tropical storm when it passes through the Azores Monday morning. Winds at Ponta Delgada were 11 mph out of the east at 10 am EDT this morning, but will rise through the day as Gordon approaches.

Gordon is not a threat to any other land areas, and the extratropical remnants of Gordon will not bring any strong winds or significant rain to Europe. The last time the Azores were affected by a tropical storm was in 2009, when Tropical Storm Grace brought 65 mph winds on October 4. No significant damage was reported. Ironically, the last hurricane to affect the Azores was the 2006 version of Hurricane Gordon, which caused minor damage in the Azores, consisting of mostly fallen trees and power outages. However, after Gordon became an extratropical low, four injuries due to falling debris from high wind were reported in Spain, and Gordon brought high winds and rain that affected practice rounds at the Ryder Cup golf tournament in Ireland.


Figure 3. MODIS satellite image of Hurricane Gordon taken on Saturday August 18, 2012, at 11:50 am EDT. At the time, Gordon was a Category 1 hurricane with 80 mph winds. Image credit: Navy Research Lab, Monterey.

Jeff Masters

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Wow I'm not talking about his track about 94L.I'm talking about what happen in the past storms this season!
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3012. LargoFl
Quoting StormTracker2K:
602 AM EDT MON AUG 20 2012

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

.THUNDERSTORM IMPACT...
AN UNUSUALLY STRONG WEATHER FEATURE OVER THE EASTERN UNITED STATES
WILL PRODUCE CONDITIONS FAVORABLE FOR STRONG STORMS TODAY INTO
THIS EVENING.
SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS LIGHTNING STORMS ARE EXPECTED TO
DEVELOP LATER THIS MORNING ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE FLORIDA
PENINSULA AND MOVE QUICKLY TOWARD THE NORTHEAST. A HIGHER COVERAGE
OF STORMS IS EXPECTED FROM ORLANDO NORTHWARD WITH A BETTER CHANCE
FOR MORE WIDESPREAD STRONG WIND GUSTS THAN PREVIOUS DAYS. ONE OR TWO
STORMS MAY PRODUCE DAMAGING WINDS NEAR 60 MPH...HAIL AND FREQUENT
LIGHTNING STRIKES. A LOWER COVERAGE OF STORMS IS EXPECTED SOUTH OF
ORLANDO THIS AFTERNOON...HOWEVER THE EAST COAST SEA BREEZE SHOULD
DEVELOP AND PROVIDE A FOCUS FOR ADDITIONAL STRONG STORMS NEAR THE
COAST.

CONDITIONS APPEAR FAVORABLE FOR MORE THAN ONE ROUND OF STORMS THAT
COULD PERSIST WELL INTO THE EVENING.



almost like we HAVE been getting a tropical storm all week long huh
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Quoting MahFL:


Yes but the odds were pretty low, like 2 % or something.
Lower than that, even: 0.2%, or 1-in-500...
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It is pouring again in Panama City. A tropical storm in this area would be disastrous right now with flooding. The ground is completely saturated from darn near non stop rain for the past two months. We had two days of sunshine and now another week of rain. UGH.
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Quoting Tazmanian:



Levi's forcast track is too far N wish none of the mode runs take it he needs too chage it too the S

Talking about his thoughts on the previous storms.I know debby's forecast didn't work but it happens.No one is right you know!
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Quoting LargoFl:
when and IF 94 developes..and thats an IF..then the models should fall in line with a much better track..there IS the chance..this does NOT delvelope and goes thru the caribbean as a strong wave or into the gulf as a strong wave or a depression huh..we'll see.....but florida..prepare..JUST in case..its 5 days away at least


The cone of doom is extending from panama to Portugal.
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Quoting reedzone:
94L will not recurve out to sea, but it may ride up the East Coast or perhaps go into the GOM... The models look extremely identical to Irenes before she was a storm. If it tracks north of the islands, we will have a Hurricane, if it tracks over the islands, a Tropical Storm.


reminds me of TS FAY which stayed weak all the way to PR then developed quick as it was crossing PR and then into the DR.

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Quoting MAweatherboy1:
Keep in mind the GFS isn't showing that strong of a storm impacting FL, it would only be a TS if this panned out:



Rain would be a big problem.
I don't agree with you..it may be stronger than you think.
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3003. Matt74
Man i see the florida casters are out this morning. Still don't even have a storm yet and the models have been all over the place and will continue to be untill we actually get a storm
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3002. LargoFl
when and IF 94 developes..and thats an IF..then the models should fall in line with a much better track..there IS the chance..this does NOT delvelope and goes thru the caribbean as a strong wave or into the gulf as a strong wave or a depression huh..we'll see.....but florida..prepare..JUST in case..its 5 days away at least
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Quoting STXHurricanes2012:
I disagree Levi's a great forecaster.I you cant get everything right you know! Debby just formed to too far north and thats why the outcome didn't come to pass!!


It's going into the Caribbean as the GFS and Euro are saying. I wouldn't bash the GFS especailly now after 3 runs it has had a FL landfall with 94L. Seems very reasonable to me since 94L is struggling to get it's act together. It's missing the window to go north of the islands right now.
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94L will not recurve out to sea, but it may ride up the East Coast or perhaps go into the GOM... The models look extremely identical to Irenes before she was a storm. If it tracks north of the islands, we will have a Hurricane, if it tracks over the islands, a Tropical Storm.
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2999. ncstorm
Quoting floridaboy14:
GFS once again being inconsistent. BAM models are north of the islands into florida and the ukment is just north of the islands. lots of inconsistency here


I agree
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Quoting STXHurricanes2012:
I disagree Levi's a great forecaster.I you cant get everything right you know! Debby just formed to too far north and thats why the outcome didn't come to pass!!



Levi's forcast track is too far N wish none of the mode runs take it he needs too chage it too the S
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2997. ncstorm
Quoting StormTracker2K:


Well if that's the case then Levi's forecast is way different than both the Euro and GFS. I would rather listen to the models Tidbit than Levi's. Just saying especially with the collapse with Debby.



Neither the GFS nor the Euro have been consistent with this storm..they have had every state hit on the coast in the GOM and on the SE coast every other day..if anyone follows the models at this point, you might as well throw a dart because I guarantee you they will flip again..until the HH get out there on tuesday and get better data, then I can see the models having a better handle on the storm and even then it will still be tricky..hate to keep bringing up Irene but last year, even with the HH out there, they still had a hard time tracking the system..they were dropping dropsones in the atmosphere in the NE and such..hurricane tracking is a hard business..
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What is that at 132HR on CMC coming off of SC??
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GFS once again being inconsistent. BAM models are north of the islands into florida and the ukment is just north of the islands. lots of inconsistency here
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Quoting washingtonian115:
Good morning anything new?

What's new is it's Monday. And 94L will probably be upgraded within 12 hours.
Have a great day everyone. No fighting! lol
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I disagree Levi's a great forecaster.You can't get everything right you know! Debby just formed to too far north and thats why the outcome didn't come to pass!!
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Weather Forecast from wunderground big rain coming for S FL we are going up to Saturday 70%Sunday 80%Monday70%
TS or Hurricane maybe??? Winds up to 30MPH and rainfall amounts near 4.1 in. possible WOW!!
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602 AM EDT MON AUG 20 2012

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

.THUNDERSTORM IMPACT...
AN UNUSUALLY STRONG WEATHER FEATURE OVER THE EASTERN UNITED STATES
WILL PRODUCE CONDITIONS FAVORABLE FOR STRONG STORMS TODAY INTO
THIS EVENING.
SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS LIGHTNING STORMS ARE EXPECTED TO
DEVELOP LATER THIS MORNING ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE FLORIDA
PENINSULA AND MOVE QUICKLY TOWARD THE NORTHEAST. A HIGHER COVERAGE
OF STORMS IS EXPECTED FROM ORLANDO NORTHWARD WITH A BETTER CHANCE
FOR MORE WIDESPREAD STRONG WIND GUSTS THAN PREVIOUS DAYS. ONE OR TWO
STORMS MAY PRODUCE DAMAGING WINDS NEAR 60 MPH...HAIL AND FREQUENT
LIGHTNING STRIKES. A LOWER COVERAGE OF STORMS IS EXPECTED SOUTH OF
ORLANDO THIS AFTERNOON...HOWEVER THE EAST COAST SEA BREEZE SHOULD
DEVELOP AND PROVIDE A FOCUS FOR ADDITIONAL STRONG STORMS NEAR THE
COAST.

CONDITIONS APPEAR FAVORABLE FOR MORE THAN ONE ROUND OF STORMS THAT
COULD PERSIST WELL INTO THE EVENING.



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According to Buoy 41041, the CoC must have already passed 46W...

Station 41041
NDBC
Location: 14.175N 45.998W
Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2012 11:50:00 UTC
Winds: S (180°) at 5.8 kt gusting to 7.8 kt
Significant Wave Height: 6.6 ft
Dominant Wave Period: 8 sec
Atmospheric Pressure: 29.89 in and rising
Air Temperature: 75.6 F
Dew Point: 75.6 F
Water Temperature: 81.3 F
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2989. LargoFl
Quoting Tazmanian:



we got 96L
..oh boy an active couple of weeks ahead huh
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The simpler version
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Quoting MahFL:


Yes but the odds were pretty low, like 2 % or something.


The odds are 0.2
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does that mean Isaac is supposed to get stronger hence the pull to the north?
Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

That was just a mid-level vortex that backed southwest.

94L has continued to gain latitude since yesterday. Up to 15.8N, which is a little farther north than what Irene was at this position.
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2985. ncstorm
Last night I saw that the ships models got 94L almost up to a Cat 4 before 120 hours..
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Quoting washingtonian115:
Good morning anything new?



we got 96L
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Puerto Rico Disco

THE CURRENT FORECAST STRADDLES A STRONG TROPICAL WAVE PASSAGE AND
A TROPICAL STORM PASSING ALONG THE SOUTHERN BORDER OF THE FORECAST
AREA. THIS WILL BRING STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND HEAVY RAINS TO MOST
OF PUERTO RICO...THE U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS AND THE CARIBBEAN WITH
CONDITIONS LIKELY SPREADING OVER THE ATLANTIC DEPENDING ON HOW THE
SYSTEM DEVELOPS. A GOOD DEAL OF UNCERTAINTY ABOUT THIS SYSTEM
EXISTS...AND CAN BE TRACED BACK TO THE PROBLEM OF WHETHER A
TROPICAL STORM WILL ACTUALLY DEVELOP OR WHETHER THE SYSTEM WILL
CONTINUE INTO THE CARIBBEAN AS A WAVE OR TROPICAL DEPRESSION. THIS ALSO
AFFECTS THE TIMING...WITH THE GFS STILL NUDGING THE LOW PRESSURE...
THAT PASSES TO OUR SOUTH...AHEAD IN TIME AS TROPICAL CYCLONE
FORMATION IS DELAYED. NEVERTHELESS WE EXPECT SERIOUS RAIN TO BEGIN
SPREADING ACROSS THE AREA ON WEDNESDAY AND TO CONTINUE INTO
THURSDAY...WITH LINGERING EFFECTS INTO FRIDAY. ANOTHER TROPICAL WAVE
IS FORECAST BY THE GFS TO CROSS THROUGH THE AREA ON TUESDAY...BUT
SCATTERED SHOWERS WOULD CONTINUE ACROSS THE AREA IN THE INTERIM.
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2981. LargoFl
Quoting Chicklit:
If it's going north, then why is the 8 a.m. NHC update telling Lesser (i.e. Lower) Antilles to monitor 94L?
guess they dont want them to be caught off guard, just in case, smart move i think
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Quoting StormTracker2K:


Well if that's the case then Levi's forecast is way different than both the Euro and GFS. I would rather listen to the models Tidbit than Levi's. Just saying especially with the collapse with Debby.





same here I would rather listen too mode runs then look at some forcast map that was made 24hrs a go
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Quoting Chicklit:
If it's going north, then why is the 8 a.m. NHC update telling Lesser (i.e. Lower) Antilles to monitor 94L?

because it is not going N

Quoting SFLWeatherman:


hmm NHC puts it near or on the Cayman Islands
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Quoting Chicklit:
If it's going north, then why is the 8 a.m. NHC update telling Lesser (i.e. Lower) Antilles to monitor 94L?


The moister is on the southern side
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this early out before a storm forms, computer models will always point to one location then change from time to time back and forth as it factors in all the variables. not saying to discount it but be cautious is the best thinking right now. It does look as of now it could be a Florida event but it really depends on whether Isaac strengthens quickly or remains a weak system. If Isaac remains weak and goes more west as most of the models as of now are indicating, a path into the central caribbean with a turn to the north would be pretty scary because I think that would avoid the mountainous terrain. who knows.....
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Quoting txwcc:


Stating the obvious.


Not to many folks on here that are already assuming that it will be a Florida storm.........However, this one bears a close watch.
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2975. LargoFl
Quoting StormTracker2K:


Well if that's the case then Levi's forecast is way different than both the Euro and GFS. I would rather listen to the models Tidbit than Levi's. Just saying especially with the collapse with Debby.

yes im listening to the GFS on this one also..
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Good morning anything new?
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
Levi continues to be spot on with his forecast for 94L. At this time, 94L is positioned just north of where he forecast the low to be yesterday.



Well if that's the case then Levi's forecast is way different than both the Euro and GFS. I would rather listen to the models Tidbit than Levi's. Just saying especially with the collapse with Debby.

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If it's going north, then why is the 8 a.m. NHC update telling Lesser (i.e. Lower) Antilles to monitor 94L?
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2969. LargoFl
Quoting StormTracker2K:


Our saving grace will be the 94L will cross over Cuba before arriving to FL but if it stays over water then we could have a big problem later this weekend. FL really needs to watch this as SST's near FL are near 90 so anything that gets near FL could ramp up really fast. Many storms in the past have done this in the past ie. Katrina, Rita, and Charley.
yes we must watch this one closely this week
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Quoting ncstorm:


Good Morning Everyone..he is a very good forecaster..I read back and saw that Dr. Masters said the low was reforming to the south..I guess that didnt happen?

That was just a mid-level vortex that backed southwest.

94L has continued to gain latitude since yesterday. Up to 15.8N, which is a little farther north than what Irene was at this position.
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Good Morning. Worth repeating that we will not have a handle on where 94L will end up, US wise if that is the case, until it gets to the vicinity of the Northern Antilles and the NHC can get a handle on the 3-day track from there.
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2965. ncstorm
Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
Levi continues to be spot on with his forecast for 94L. At this time, 94L is positioned just north of where he forecast the low to be yesterday.



Good Morning Everyone..he is a very good forecaster..I read back and saw that Dr. Masters said the low was reforming to the south..I guess that didnt happen?
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I say 94L is going to FL at this time
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8 a.m. NHC Discussion (excerpt)
...SPECIAL FEATURES...

THE CENTER OF HURRICANE GORDON AT 20/1200 UTC IS NEAR 37.7N 23.2W. THIS POSITION ALSO IS ABOUT 115 MILES/180 KM TO THE ENE OF SANTA MARIA ISLAND IN THE AZORES. GORDON IS MOVING EAST-NORTHEASTWARD 13 KNOTS. THE ESTIMATED MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE IS 987 MB. THE MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND SPEEDS ARE 70 KNOTS WITH GUSTS TO 85 KNOTS. PLEASE READ THE NHC FORECAST/ADVISORY UNDER AWIPS/WMO HEADERS MIATCMAT3/WTNT23 KNHC AND THE PUBLIC ADVISORY UNDER MIATCPAT3/WTNT33 KNHC FOR MORE DETAILS. CONVECTIVE PRECIPITATION...SCATTERED STRONG FROM 38N TO 40N BETWEEN 23W AND 25W. BROKEN TO OVERCAST MULTILAYERED CLOUDS AND OTHER POSSIBLE PRECIPITATION ARE ELSEWHERE IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN FROM 32N TO 44N BETWEEN 16W AND 27W.

AN ATLANTIC OCEAN TROPICAL WAVE IS ALONG 40W/41W FROM
A 1010 MB LOW PRESSURE CENTER THAT IS NEAR 15N ALONG THE WAVE.
THIS SYSTEM HAS A HIGH CHANCE OF BECOMING A TROPICAL CYCLONE DURING THE NEXT 48 HOURS AS IT MOVES WESTWARD 17 TO 22 KNOTS.
CONVECTIVE PRECIPITATION...SCATTERED MODERATE TO ISOLATED STRONG FROM 10N TO 18N BETWEEN 39W AND 50W. BROKEN TO OVERCAST MULTILAYERED CLOUDS AND OTHER POSSIBLE RAINSHOWERS COVER THE ATLANTIC OCEAN ELSEWHERE FROM 10N TO 21N BETWEEN 35W AND 50W.
INTERESTS IN THE LESSER ANTILLES SHOULD MONITOR THE PROGRESS OF THIS SYSTEM.

SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY HAS INCREASED OVER THE WESTERN GULF OF MEXICO IN ASSOCIATION WITH A SURFACE TROUGH. SOME GRADUAL DEVELOPMENT OF THIS SYSTEM IS POSSIBLE DURING THE NEXT DAY OR SO IF IT REMAINS OFFSHORE.
THIS SYSTEM HAS A MEDIUM CHANCE OF BECOMING A TROPICAL CYCLONE DURING THE NEXT 48 HOURS. REGARDLESS OF DEVELOPMENT...HEAVY RAINFALL IS POSSIBLE IN THE MEXICAN STATES OF TAMAULIPAS AND VERACRUZ DURING THE NEXT DAY OR TWO. AN AIR FORE RESERVE HURRICANE HUNTER AIRCRAFT IS SCHEDULED TO INVESTIGATE THIS SYSTEM LATER TODAY.

Complete 8 a.m. Discussion
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