Ex-Dorian Attempting a Comeback off the Florida Coast

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 1:44 PM GMT on August 02, 2013

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After a long trek over the Atlantic Ocean from the coast of Africa, the remains of Tropical Storm Dorian (now called Invest 91L) have finally arrived at the shores of North America. Ex-Dorian is nearly stationary, and is situated over the Northwestern Bahama Islands, just off the coast of Southeast Florida. Satellite loops and Melbourne, Florida radar images show that ex-Dorian has only a limited amount of heavy thunderstorms, which are not well-organized. There does appear to be a surface circulation center trying to form just north of the storm's heaviest thunderstorms, about 70 miles east of Vero Beach, Florida. However, dry air to the northwest, as seen on water vapor satellite loops, is inhibiting development. WInd shear is moderate, 10 - 20 knots, but is expected to rise to the high range, 20 - 30 knots, by Saturday morning. Ex-Dorian is expected to move slowly northwards and then north-northeastwards on Saturday. This motion will get ex-Dorian tangled up with a cold front that extends from Northern Florida northeastwards, just offshore from the Southeast U.S. coast. Before it merges with the front, ex-Dorian has some potential for regeneration into a tropical depression, and in their 8 am Friday Tropical Weather Outlook, NHC gave ex-Dorian a 30% chance of becoming a tropical cyclone by Sunday. Ex-Dorian will likely bring heavy rains to the Northwest Bahamas on Friday, and these heavy rains may also clip the coast of Southeast Florida. However, the bulk of ex-Dorian's rains should stay offshore.


Figure 1. Morning radar image of ex-Dorian from the Miami radar.

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778. SLU
Quoting 681. Gearsts:
Best part-----> For the island of Puerto Rico, the probability of a named storm, hurricane and
major hurricane tracking within 50 miles of the island this year is 43%, 21%, and 7%,
respectively.


Of note is that their probabilities are based on the total number of storms predicted so an inactive season would have a lower landfall probability and an active season would naturally have a higher landfall probability. However, they do not take into consideration the anomalous strength of the ridging which also increases or decreases the landfall probabilities. In my opinion, an inactive year (eg. 1992) with stronger than normal rigding may actually have a higher landfall probability than an active year (eg. 1995, 2010)with a strong and permanent trough over the western Atlantic. Although this is very difficult to predict in advance, I'm sure some kind of analog system can be developed using past seasons to gauge the strength of the ridging possible in any year. Based on the recent trends of strong ridging this year, I believe that the landfall probabilities are actually much higher than that of CSU's estimate and that many of the serious hurricanes this year could threaten if not hit land.

Based on the set up of the 500mb height anomalies, the SLP anomalies and the 400mb air temperature anomalies for June and July, it is certainly setting up to be a very high impact year.

Very strong ridging in June and July may persist throughout ASO and prevent much recurvature.
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Based on my observations, storms tend to congregate and move towards areas where the pressures are lowest and where the 400mb air temperatures are highest relative to normal. Notice how these conditions both exists around the Caribbean and the MDR in general.
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One saving grace may be the extremely dry air across the MDR which might prevent the rapid strengthening of the storms.
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Quoting 768. TropicalAnalystwx13:
It looks to be several degrees cooler than average for the first 10 days of August.

in my region of the lakes its expected to remain in the low 70's in the day to low 50's at night for the next 7 days if not more


and it may be mid august before we get back to a more summer time heat pattern closer to the 15th
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Quoting 770. crankin:
Longtime lurker here. This is getting old following underachiever 91L.
I have seen it mentioned that it is stuck in a COL,not moving much. What does COL stand for?
Thanks.


Maybe "cutoff low"? But this acronym doesn't sound familiar for me, too. I just guess.

Cutoff Low
A closed low which has become completely displaced (cut off) from basic westerly current, and moves independently of that current. Cutoff lows may remain nearly stationary for days, or on occasion may move westward opposite to the prevailing flow aloft (i.e., retrogression).

"Cutoff low" and "closed low" often are used interchangeably to describe low pressure centers aloft. However, not all closed lows are completely removed from the influence of the basic westerlies. Therefore, the recommended usage of the terms is to reserve the use of "cutoff low" only to those closed lows which clearly are detached completely from the westerlies.
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Quoting ecflweatherfan:
One thing before I head off to work for a bit... Check this:

Sunday: Partly sunny. A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms through late morning...then a chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms. A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms before sunset. Highs in the mid 90s. West winds 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50 percent. Highest heat index readings 115 to 117 in the morning and early afternoon.

Yikes! But I think may be an error. The forecast for Brevard County, FL for Sunday.

That seems a touch high although my high heat index here in SE Alabama today was 111, so maybe not. Actual high has been 96 with a current dewpoint of 75. These sunny days with Gulf flow can really jack up the heat index fast.
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Nice Blob in the South Caribbean. Will the NHC bring out the crayon for this?
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I would finally note that if a dominant COC is starting to emerge just off the Coast of Central Florida, that it might very close to or over the Gulf Stream in that location; that might be the reason for the little extra-kick we might be seeing at the moment given the very slow movement at present.
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Wow looking at the new frorecast it ain't looking good for the Caribbean and well it ain't looking good for us in cayman
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Longtime lurker here. This is getting old following underachiever 91L.
I have seen it mentioned that it is stuck in a COL,not moving much. What does COL stand for?
Thanks.
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Good evening all.Going to have a great pizza at Dominics in Boynton Beach , Florida...Have a great Friday evening.
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It looks to be several degrees cooler than average for the first 10 days of August.

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Quoting redwagon:


Link

Sensitivethug blog Auburn's referring to.

I should direct a new member to the cesspool of the Admin blog to answer questions? This seems like a great way to really scare off new members. :-)
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Quoting 710. whitewabit:


as old as you are , you shouldn't have any trouble adapting to new things ..
Hey Wabit, did you have the radar out of Miami when I post the Dupage link.?.I have had reports that it went to Illinois radar site. It is coming up Miami on my end.
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Quoting auburn:
PLEASE take these type discussions to another blog..we have blogs set up for this type thing..Thank you.



And what blog specially would you direct me too, since I'm ignorant of a blog specifically to answer new member's questions?
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Quoting 699. Grothar:


These kids love to fool around thinking they are making things better. (I tried to plus this more than once.)


Quoting 721. Grothar:


All these sudden changes in software and websites could be considered "elderly abuse" Haven't we suffered enough?


Don't worry Grothar, let me just go make a suggestion on what else they should change about this site.
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Quoting 753. auburn:
PLEASE take these type discussions to another blog..we have blogs set up for this type thing..Thank you.




Link

Sensitivethug blog Auburn's referring to.
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TROPICAL STORM GIL ADVISORY NUMBER 14
NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL EP072013
200 PM PDT FRI AUG 02 2013

...GIL WEAKENS BELOW HURRICANE STRENGTH...


SUMMARY OF 200 PM PDT...2100 UTC...INFORMATION
----------------------------------------------
LOCATION...14.6N 129.4W
ABOUT 1395 MI...2250 KM WSW OF THE SOUTHERN TIP OF BAJA CALIFORNIA
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...70 MPH...110 KM/H
PRESENT MOVEMENT...W OR 270 DEGREES AT 9 MPH...15 KM/H
MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...992 MB...29.29 INCHES


WATCHES AND WARNINGS
--------------------
THERE ARE NO COASTAL WATCHES OR WARNINGS IN EFFECT.


DISCUSSION AND 48-HOUR OUTLOOK
------------------------------
AT 200 PM PDT...2100 UTC...THE CENTER OF TROPICAL STORM GIL WAS
LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 14.6 NORTH...LONGITUDE 129.4 WEST. GIL IS
MOVING TOWARD THE WEST NEAR 9 MPH...15 KM/H...AND THIS GENERAL
MOTION IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS.

MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS HAVE DECREASED TO NEAR 70 MPH...110
KM/H...WITH HIGHER GUSTS. LITTLE CHANGE IN STRENGTH IS FORECAST
DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS BUT A GRADUAL WEAKENING SHOULD BEGIN
THEREAFTER.

TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS EXTEND OUTWARD UP TO 60 MILES...95 KM
FROM THE CENTER.

THE ESTIMATED MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE IS 992 MB...29.29 INCHES.


HAZARDS AFFECTING LAND
----------------------
NONE.


NEXT ADVISORY
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NEXT COMPLETE ADVISORY...800 PM PDT.
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Quoting Grothar:


I'm with you. I am going to take out my Victrola and just relax. This change has me very upset. I may be off the blog the rest of the night. Good nite all.

GN, Gro. I'm going to get out my Edison player, the one with the round record cylinders. Your Victrola is much too complicated for me to figure out. I just have to get up the energy to crank it up. :-)
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760. Skyepony (Mod)
Fresh OSCAT
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Quoting 757. josF:

We,I'm a sharp as a marble.;0

welcome to the blog
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Quoting 745. PalmBeachWeather:
I hope this is ok, but I will never forget this.When my ex was in the barracks at Eielson AFB, Alaska he told this story many times.... .. He had hemorrhoids and athlete's foot at the same time...YES, He grabbed the Absorbine Jr, and put it...well, you know,by mistake....I still laugh at the story...(serves him right) LOL
Oh yes.He still has the same afflictions..............YES
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757. josF
Quoting 720. Patrap:


Shoot, my minds still sharp as a thimble,...

LOL

We,I'm am sharp as a marble.;0
edit:spelling
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I am also very tired of ex-Dorian but just got the current comparison between the Grand Bahama Bouy and Cape Canaveral one:

Winds out of the South at Grand Bahama Island:

Station SPGF1
NDBC
Location: 26.704N 78.994W
Date: Fri, 02 Aug 2013 20:00:00 UTC
Winds: S (190) at 12.0 kt gusting to 14.0 kt
Atmospheric Pressure: 30.03 in and falling
Air Temperature: 79.0 F


Winds out of the N-NE 20 miles off of Cape Canaveral:

Station 41009
NDBC
Location: 28.523N 80.184W
Date: Fri, 02 Aug 2013 20:20:00 UTC
Winds: NE (50) at 11.7 kt gusting to 13.6 kt
Atmospheric Pressure: 29.99 in
Air Temperature: 82.2 F
Dew Point: 71.8 F
Water Temperature: 83.7 F


That would suggest that a dominant coc is trying to consolidate somewhere off the Coast of Florida probably just due just East of Palm Bay or Vero Beach.
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SSD just replaced the low right off the NW tip of Grand Bahama.

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Quoting 726. sar2401:
It's natural to be a little nervous posting on a new blog, just as it is meeting new people in real life. The most majority here are pretty decent and will take the time answer serious questions. You have to develop a little bit of a thick skin, since some people like to disagree for the sake of disagreeing. Just like real life, you move on and don't let them get under your skin. I really wish there was an "ignore" button I could use on real people and not go to jail for it. 8-)


Very good, Sar, especially the sentence with the thick skin! I remember the first time I dared to post something many years ago (after many months of lurking) - it was a link to some article I don't remember - I immediately got a little slap from our Pottery who thought this article is just cr**. I wept for a week ... lol, j/k.

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753. auburn (Mod)
PLEASE take these type discussions to another blog..we have blogs set up for this type thing..Thank you.


Quoting 726. sar2401:

Those are some very good questions. I'll do my best to give you my take on them.

1. Troll is a broad and often misleading term. It can be anything from someone posting racist attacks and personal vendettas to people who have no idea about weather at all but like to post things like every storm is going to flatten Miami. The classic troll isn't hard to identify. The other class, which I call annoying, are usually accompanied by WOW!!!! and lots of other all caps statements with lots of exclamation points. Every swirl is going to become a "big one" (Katrina II being a favorite) and, no matter what the models say, we have to "keep any eye on it", since weather is known to almost always do things that are completely unpredictable. When you read the blog long enough, you'll recognize them. I just put them on ignore, since the only thing I miss is high blood pressure. :-)

2. Most bloggers that pay attention will only post the trolls name in a quote and delete the text to alert the mods. Those that post the text of a troll or annoyer only contribute to the problem.

3. This is a pet peeve of mine. If you're going to post a radar, map, or some other image, don't do it with no explanation. Many of us, myself included, have no idea what we're looking at or even what's important about what we're looking at. It's even worse when people post a satellite image of a historic storm in the same area as a current storm and then get people upset, thinking it's a picture of the current storm. When I post an image, I at least write a line of explanation and a provide a link, since many of the images are impossible to see in any detail anyway.

4. Recurving way too long to get into here, since I'm probably already taking up too much space, but look at a map that shows isobars, the lines of equal pressure. All other things being equal, a storm will tend to track along the 1016 isobar. With 91L, there are easterly winds and a trough that will pick up the low and take it NNE along that 1016 mb line. Google "recurve" and you'll find some sites with good explanations.

It's natural to be a little nervous posting on a new blog, just as it is meeting new people in real life. The most majority here are pretty decent and will take the time answer serious questions. You have to develop a little bit of a thick skin, since some people like to disagree for the sake of disagreeing. Just like real life, you move on and don't let them get under your skin. I really wish there was an "ignore" button I could use on real people and not go to jail for it. 8-)
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Quoting RascalNag:
Are my eyes deceiving me or did xDorian just jog due west?

Due west from where? There are thunderstorms moving west with the sea breeze, so that may be what you're seeing. The general motion is now clearly NNE.
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Quoting 747. TropicalAnalystwx13:

FTFY.




Lol very rare exception, don't ever bring up 1997 on this blog they'll have a heart attack.

No it's not typical for activity to pick up in August, it's ALMOST guaranteed. Forgive me for not being so particular and scientific.
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I for one am tired of saying it could get interesting tonight because it never does, lol. We'll just have to see what happens. I agree with those stating that the low may be re-forming further south around Grand Bahama.
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Quoting 729. PalmBeachWeather:
OK..Enough already..........I'm old (older) Going to put an album on my record player...All Along The Watchtower..... That's better


I'm with you. I am going to take out my Victrola and just relax. This change has me very upset. I may be off the blog the rest of the night. Good nite all.
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Quoting 666. barbamz:
Good evening from Germany, which has experienced its second hottest day this year. The lead hit 38C (100,4F) at my place in the center of the city Mainz at Rhine River; official readings outside the town were 2 degrees C less, though. Some places in Northern Germany may have reached their all time record of recorded heat; we'll see the assessment later. Fortunately it will be cooler next week and should hopefully stay that way.

Moreover numbers are out of the severe hailstorm which hit Swabia a week ago (maybe you remember the pics of golf ball sized hail bombs). For insurances this pans out to be the second costliest hail damage in Germany's history with more than a half billion Euro (nearly 600 million Euro = 797 million dollars) of damage. German article here.

Hard time for insurances in Germany, after the terrible costly flooding catastrophy in June!

And concerning Ex-Dorian: I must say I'm impressed once again. Much improvement since I left the blog some hours earlier to visit a person in hospital (in a room with A/C ---- ahhhh, nice). But the clouds from the north are really moving in with tremendous speed. Let's see how this works out.


Evening barbamz! The hot air over Europe visited the southern half of the UK yesterday and lead to the hottest day of the year so far, 34.1ÂșC. It was also the hottest day since the European heatwave of 2003. Things have cooled quickly though, as it was only expected to last a day. Hope you will get some relief from the heat soon! I was barely able to withstand it yesterday and that was a few degrees below what you're experiencing!

In regards to Dorian, it's rather impressive, but also expected to an extent. Many models were predicting it to somewhat oragnise as it reached the Bahamas/Florida. Hopefully its impact will be minimal.
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Quoting 739. wxgeek723:
Sometimes you guys sound like misleading ads.

"The season has been pretty quiet during June and July, but activity will typically picks up in August"

Well, duh. That's what always typically happens...

FTFY.


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Quoting 737. Patrap:


Not really, Son went to Jesuit, and I used to live Uptown near Jefferson and Mag.

I've seen the view before.
oh okay i see!! go jays!
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Quoting 715. KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
I am having very bad visions now and its not pretty
I hope this is ok, but I will never forget this.When my ex was in the barracks at Eielson AFB, Alaska he told this story many times.... .. He had hemorrhoids and athlete's foot at the same time...YES, He grabbed the Absorbine Jr, and put it...well, you know,by mistake....I still laugh at the story...(serves him right) LOL
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Quoting 740. hydrus:
just beginning to contract a bit..


What is? You?
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One thing before I head off to work for a bit... Check this:

Sunday: Partly sunny. A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms through late morning...then a chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms. A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms before sunset. Highs in the mid 90s. West winds 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50 percent. Highest heat index readings 115 to 117 in the morning and early afternoon.

Yikes! But I think may be an error. The forecast for Brevard County, FL for Sunday.
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Quoting 722. opal92nwf:
I'm so burned out with Ex-Dorian, I don't care if reforms at this point, especially because it's not a big threat to land now.


Your " Burned Out " comment made me think of those birthday candles that you blow out .... over & over .... but yet they still keep coming back to life .... over & over & over .. just like Dorian ..
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just beginning to contract a bit..

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Sometimes you guys sound like misleading ads.

"The season has been pretty quiet during June and July, but activity will pick up in August!!!!!"

Well, duh. That's what always happens...
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Quoting 725. JLPR2:
After being out for most of the day I see ex-Dorian is making a comeback, looking pretty good.

Also... I felt like a doughnut outside, the sky has the characteristic white hue of SAL.



Maybe you have not seen the August CSU forecast so here it is. They downgraded slightly the numbers but overall an active and dangerous season is in the cards.

Link
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Quoting 731. bigwes6844:
yeah dats a hella good guess though excellent job


Not really, Son went to Jesuit, and I used to live Uptown near Jefferson and Mag.

I've seen the view before.
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Quoting Grothar:


Ahem. I don't think so! But I do have every one of my entries marked over the past 5 days showing this.

Well, so do I, but I at least was right that 91L was going NNE and wasn't going to be a Florida storm. I now hope it follows those model tracks and just leaves us alone for the rest of the year. I never liked the name Dorian anyway.
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Are my eyes deceiving me or did xDorian just jog due west?
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Gil downgraded to TS.


TROPICAL STORM GIL DISCUSSION NUMBER 14
NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL EP072013
200 PM PDT FRI AUG 02 2013

ALTHOUGH DEEP CONVECTION RE-DEVELOPED IN THE PAST FEW HOURS...THE
CLOUD PATTERN HAS CONTINUED TO DETERIORATE. GIL CONSISTS OF AN
IRREGULAR AREA OF DEEP CONVECTION DEVOID OF BANDING FEATURES WITH
LIMITED OUTFLOW. SINCE THE SATELLITE INTENISTY ESTIMATES HAVE BEEN
GRADUALLY DECREASING...THE INITIAL INTENSITY HAS BEEN ADJUSTED DOWN
TO 60 KNOTS. GIVEN THAT THE ENVIRONMENT IS NOT PARTICULARLY
HOSTILE...LITTLE CHANGE IN STRENGTH IS INDICATED IN THE THE NEXT 24
HOURS. AFTER THAT TIME...WEAKENING IS FORECAST AS GIL BEGIN TO
APPROACH COOLER WATERS AND MORE STABLE AIR.

THE CENTER WAS DIFFICULT TO LOCATE ON CONVENTIONAL SATELLITE IMAGES
EARLIER...BUT WITH THE HELP OF RECENT MICROWAVE DATA...WE HAVE
DETERMINED THAT THE LOW AND MID-LEVEL CENTERS ARE VERTICALLY
DISPLACED...BUT STILL EMBEDDED OR VERY NEAR THE DEEP CONVECTION. IN
ADDITION...MICROWAVE AND CONVENTIONAL IMAGERY LEAD TO AN INITIAL
MOTION OF 270 DEGREES AT 8 KNOTS. GIL IS BEING STEERED BY A
WELL-ESTABLISHED EASTERLY FLOW...AND SINCE THIS FLOW PATTERN IS NOT
FORECAST TO CHANGE SIGNIFICANTLY...THE OFFICIAL FORECAST CALLS FOR
A GENERAL WESTWARD TRACK THROUGH 5 DAYS. AS GIL WEAKENS AND BECOMES
STEERED BY THE LOW-LEVEL FLOW...IT COULD MOVE SLIGHTLY SOUTH OF DUE
WEST BY THE END OF THE FORECAST PERIOD AS INDICATED BY THE
MULTI-MODEL CONSENSUS AND THE ECMWF MODEL.

FORECAST POSITIONS AND MAX WINDS

INIT 02/2100Z 14.6N 129.4W 60 KT 70 MPH
12H 03/0600Z 14.7N 130.5W 55 KT 65 MPH
24H 03/1800Z 14.7N 132.0W 55 KT 65 MPH
36H 04/0600Z 14.7N 133.5W 50 KT 60 MPH
48H 04/1800Z 14.5N 135.0W 45 KT 50 MPH
72H 05/1800Z 14.0N 138.0W 40 KT 45 MPH
96H 06/1800Z 13.5N 141.0W 30 KT 35 MPH
120H 07/1800Z 13.5N 144.5W 25 KT 30 MPH

$$
FORECASTER AVILA

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91L has some decent convection for once I know this seems overdone but tonight will be its last chance to develop before upper levels finally shears it. The convection by Africa is producing moderate convection at this hour well it quite surprising but it has been drawing moisture from the ITCZ like Chantal/Dorian it which is putting it in a little moisture bubble and its moistening up the MDR in the process.



SAL is already starting to thin out East of 40W if it continues at this rate by mid-week Atlantic will become more moist once again.
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Quoting 725. JLPR2:
After being out for most of the day I see ex-Dorian is making a comeback, looking pretty good.

Also... I felt like a doughnut outside, the sky has the characteristic white hue of SAL.


Wow, the SAL has moved away enough to leave the coast of Africa where waves are exiting unscathed of dust.
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Quoting 720. Patrap:


Shoot, my minds still sharp as a thimble,...

LOL
yeah dats a hella good guess though excellent job
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If Dorian remains null in place, itsa gonna miss that weak trof, easily.

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OK..Enough already..........I'm old (older) Going to put an album on my record player...All Along The Watchtower..... That's better
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Quoting 721. Grothar:


All these sudden changes in software and websites could be considered "elderly abuse" Haven't we suffered enough?
never suffer enough always just a little longer
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