Caribbean Disturbance 92L Moving Over the Yucatan; Erin Forms Off of Africa

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 2:40 PM GMT on August 15, 2013

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The tropical wave in the Western Caribbean near the Yucatan Peninsula (92L) is growing more organized this morning, after an evening when it lost most of its heavy thunderstorm activity. Satellite loops show a modest-sized area of heavy thunderstorms that are increasing in intensity and areal coverage, but there are a no signs of a surface circulation. Winds at surface stations in the Western Caribbean also do not show a surface circulation. The highest surface wind reports this Thursday morning were at Western Caribbean buoy 42056 about 140 miles east southeast of Cozumel, which had east winds of 25 mph, gusting to 34 mph, at 10 am EDT. Wind shear is a moderate 10 - 20 knots over the the wave, which should allow slow development today until its west-northwest movement at 10 - 15 mph carries it over the Yucatan Peninsula Thursday afternoon. Four hurricane hunter flights were scheduled to fly into 92L today--an Air Force mission tasked to provide a center fix early this afternoon, two NOAA P-3 missions aimed at collecting real-time radar data to feed into the HWRF model, and a flight by the NOAA jet to collect dropsonde data around the periphery of 92L. However, all of these flights were cancelled, given that 92L did not organize as much as much as it could have.


Figure 1. MODIS satellite image of Invest 92L taken at 12:30 pm EDT Thursday August 15, 2013. Image credit: NASA.

Forecast for 92L
92L will trek across the Yucatan Peninsula Thursday evening and arrive in the Southern Gulf of Mexico on Friday, when it will have the opportunity to strengthen. The 06Z Thursday SHIPS model forecast predicts that 92L will remain in an area of low to moderate wind shear through Saturday, and ocean temperatures will be a favorable 29 - 30°C. The topography of the Southern Gulf of Mexico's Bay of Campeche can aid in getting a storm spinning more readily, but 92L may be far enough north that this influence will be negligible. Given all these factors, 92L should be able to become at least a tropical depression by Saturday, A trough of low pressure over the northern Gulf of Mexico will dip down by Saturday evening over the Central Gulf of Mexico, potentially increasing wind shear to a high 20 - 30 knots, stalling any further intensification. This trough may also be able to pull the storm northwards to a landfall between Eastern Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle, as the 00Z Thursday run of the European model is suggesting. This would bring a plenty of tropical moisture into the Southeast U.S., resulting in a large area of 4+" of rain. However, the other models show a more westerly track for 92L, with landfalls possible in Texas or Mexico south of the Texas border, and there is high uncertainty where 92L may go once it enters the Gulf of Mexico. In their 8 am EDT Wednesday Tropical Weather Outlook, NHC gave 92L a 50% of developing by Saturday, and a 60% chance of developing by Tuesday.


Figure 2. MODIS satellite image of Tropical Storm Erin taken at 10:30 am EDT Thursday August 15, 2013. At the time, Erin had maximum sustained winds of 40 mph. Image credit: NASA.

Tropical Storm Erin
The season's fifth named storm of the year, Tropical Storm Erin, has formed over the far Eastern Atlantic off the coast of Africa. Erin is over warm waters of 27°C and is under a moderate 10 - 15 knots of wind shear, which should allow continued development today and Friday. Erin is a small storm, as seen on satellite loops. The 12Z Thursday SHIPS model forecast predicts that wind shear will be low to moderate for the next five days, which favors development. However, the waters beneath Erin will steadily cool to a marginal 26°C by Friday, and the atmosphere will steadily get drier, as the storm encounters the Saharan Air Layer (SAL), discouraging development. Erin's west-northwest motion will cut the storm off on Sunday from a moist source of air to its south--the semi-permanent band of tropical thunderstorms called the ITCZ (Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone.) The storm should weaken beginning on Sunday, which would result in Erin turning more to the west as the east-to-west blowing surface trade winds begin to dominate the steering of the shallower storm. We may see a situation like occurred for Tropical Storm Dorian in late July--intensification to a 60 mph tropical storm, followed by a slow decay and dissipation. The latest run of the GFS model calls for Erin to dissipate well before reaching the Lesser Antilles Islands.

Typhoon Utor dissipates
Typhoon Utor has dissipated after hitting Southeast China about 150 miles southwest of Hong Kong on Wednesday as a Category 1 storm with 90 mph winds. The typhoon is being blamed for 1 death in China, and sank a 21-person cargo ship off the coast. In the Philippines, where Utor hit as a Category 4 storm with 140 mph winds on Monday, 8 deaths are being blamed on the storm, and damage is estimated at $20 million.

Jeff Masters

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2542. GatorWX
5:00 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2541. GTstormChaserCaleb:
Subtropical/Hybrid/Barotropical 92L: ULL/Surface Low, pretty neat system to have in the GOM during August, usually get these around the beginning or end of the season and winter time. Appreciate it while it still around.



They've been/were talking about it for awhile. I see Erin is no more.
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2541. GTstormChaserCaleb
4:16 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Subtropical/Hybrid/Barotropical 92L: ULL/Surface Low, pretty neat system to have in the GOM during August, usually get these around the beginning or end of the season and winter time. Appreciate it while it still around.

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2540. Birthmark
3:54 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2482. ihave27windows:
What happened to Global Warming will create bigger and more frequent tropical cyclones?

They are in the future a few decades. Too early to worry about their absence yet.
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2539. SELAliveforthetropic
3:17 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Ok, I'm confused on 92L........can someone point out the ULL and 92L

TIA
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2538. moonlightcowboy
2:49 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2531. GeorgiaStormz:
92L is going west....it's so far that direction already




Another system trying to resurrect itself in dry air. We shall see. At least it's not all that diffluent mess we've been observing now for a week. ;)

It would be nice for it to at least gain enough convection to give TX a good ground soaking.
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2537. wunderkidcayman
2:40 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
92L is now stationary and also lower cloud deck is building
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2536. weathermanwannabe
2:39 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
2482. ihave27windows 9:52 AM EDT on August 16, 2013

Not disagreeing with your comment; just adding my own as a "older" blogger as well. Traditionally hurricane climatology (in the modern era after the 1960's after the initial advent of satellites, computer modelling, and other science such as earth core sampling, etc) has pretty much confirmed the issue of hurricane frequency issues based on Enso cycles and large scale global circulations and ocsillations such as NAO, etc., and we have been able to track and correlate these seasonal variables, in terms of general hurricane numbers, through Enso Neutral, La Nina, and El Nino episodes; basically confirming the natural Earth cycles related to tropical storms.

The GW debate, based on scientific observation (whether for warming or against warming), is a relatively new phenomenon and heavily contested debate issue of the last 25 years.

It will take decades of more observation, both as to tropical storm issues as well as GW issues, to determine if a correlation can be made between GW issues and impacts on world wide tropical storm activity.

Basically, the jury is still out; if we see another solid decade or two of more tropical storms and less major hurricanes, or less tropical storms and more hurricanes, or less overall storms and a few maga-canes every year, then we will still have to figure out the "whys". Recent years have seen an overall increase in Atlantic storms every year, but part of that is the satellite age identifying "fish" storms that we would have not otherwise detected.

Point is that these are all very long term issues, yet to be determined over time, and probably by Dr. Gray and company still hold fast to their position (over the past several years) that they cannot make a connection at this point that GW issues have any discernible impact on Atlantic hurricane seasons.
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2535. scott39
2:33 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2531. GeorgiaStormz:
92L is going west....it's so far that direction already

Definitely the makings of a TC.
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2534. scott39
2:30 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
For the last 6 hours 92L is moving W 262 degrees and has slowed to 9mph. It looks like 92L wants to go take advantage of a great enviromental bath, after being on dry land. We shall see if W continues. If it does and then turns back to the NW over in the next 24, then we could be dealing with a much better organized TC.
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2533. RyanSperrey
2:23 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
There's a chance we could have 4 named storms active at the same time.

1.) Erin

2.) 92L if it develops

3.) The Little Wave That Could:- The T-Wave ahead and south of Erin that I called 3 days ago *ego off*...Will probably be 95L soon.

4.) The wave coming off Africa will certainly develop and should become 94L very soon.

Extra.) Another huge wave behind future 94L will come off Africa soon enough, and it is also looking promising.

Going to be interesting for sure.
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2532. calkevin77
2:20 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2497. SouthernIllinois:

Nice!! You'll be the gathering place of the neighborhood FO SURE! And save money too? A double bonus!!

So cool calkevin!! :) Keep those woody plants healthy! I cannot stress that enough. You may put in some work now but you will SO THANK THEM down the road. I promise!!!


Thank you :) Agreed. I really enjoy gardening and the return on investment. I've lived in places much wetter than here where it was much easier to grow but I do like the challenge. I pretty much grow a majority of my produce which tastes better and saves money. A lot of the native herbs grow so easily here and make great cooking aromatics. I have cooked some mean recipes with stuff from the yard.
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2531. GeorgiaStormz
2:20 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
92L is going west....it's so far that direction already

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2530. wunderweatherman123
2:19 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2529. SLU:
The SLP anomalies show us exactly where the storms this year will go. In early August last year, the lowest pressures were near the Azores and most storms headed in that direction. This year, the pressures are lowest in the MDR with the bull's eye pointed at the Caribbean and the US.


2013
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2012
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its because of that strong high pressure. once it weakens some, we will start getting the wave train going and it will head further west than 2010.
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2529. SLU
2:12 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
The SLP anomalies show us exactly where the storms this year will go. In early August last year, the lowest pressures were near the Azores and most storms headed in that direction. This year, the pressures are lowest in the MDR with the bull's eye pointed at the Caribbean and the US.


2013
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2012
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2528. ProphetessofDoom
2:11 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2503. Times2:


Well life experience is a true measure of common sense. I too have been a tracker and watcher for a very long time. When the NHC was calling for Fla. landfalls and then Corpus landfalls for Katrina, Rita, Ike and many others, the ones with gut feelings were saying Louisiana- Texas. Now my gut has been wrong of course but very rarely have the models which the NHC worships get it right 4-5 days out. Oh now they are very accurate within a few days, lol. As for Global warming and stronger canes...eh...believe what you want but I do believe that Climate change on a very, very moderate scale is taking place but that's normal. Speak your mind i27 because there are no EXPERTS here from what I have witnessed. T2


That seems rather harsh! Experts or not, most of us are here to learn, not to argue or be insulted. Also, no disrespect intended, but both Katrina and Rita directly impacted Florida! Katrina hit Ft Lauderdale as a 1, then made a quick and unforeseen move to the southwest, while Rita hit the Keys. They were in no way as devastating for Florida as the other areas, but we have had more than our share to make up for their minimal impacts here.
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2527. tornadodude
2:11 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
This was up in the Smokies during Hurricane Sandy near the Tennessee/North Carolina border. Not my photo.

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2526. Naga5000
2:11 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2482. ihave27windows:
What happened to Global Warming will create bigger and more frequent tropical cyclones?

I'm an old broad, and I have been tracking storms since the times when your local news/mets and grocers got together and gave away tracking maps. We got a new one every year, and my Daddy taught me to track. We had busy seasons and not so busy seasons, but for the life of me, I do not recall these "dead" seasons. Maybe I am mistaken, but after 2005-2008, nothing really develops.

Anyway, seems that ever since "they" said AGW would bring about superstorms, the Atlantic has been pretty calm. This leads me to believe "they" could very well be full of crap.

This is my opinion, and if you feel inclined to argue with me, please note I will not engage with you. I am not interested in kiddie debates, for sure. Just my opinion based on life experience.


No arguing, but Dr. Master's posted a blog on this very subject the other day. I don't know who "they" are, but there have been competing theories over this subject for quite some time. Link
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2525. scott39
2:10 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
The ULL that is currently shearing 92Ls W side, will be moving away to the SW as 92L goes NW.
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2524. belizeit
2:10 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
We got 2 naked swirls . 92 L only needs to get convection around the center now and we would have a TD
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2523. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
2:09 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
JeffMasters has created a new entry.
2522. Bluestorm5
2:09 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2505. Walshy:
Thought I would share some more pictures from Hurricane Sandy.

Beech Mountain, NC.


Blue Ridge Parkway in NC.
I've been travelling around WNC the last 6 days and the area is gorgeous! Madison County is my favorite of the trip for the views.
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2521. PanhandleChuck
2:09 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Just put my area under a flash flood watch
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2520. RitaEvac
2:09 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2516. SouthernIllinois:

OMG. Gilbert. What a MONSTER!!!!!!!!


That was before your time!

I was 8
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2519. Envoirment
2:08 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2482. ihave27windows:
What happened to Global Warming will create bigger and more frequent tropical cyclones?

I'm an old broad, and I have been tracking storms since the times when your local news/mets and grocers got together and gave away tracking maps. We got a new one every year, and my Daddy taught me to track. We had busy seasons and not so busy seasons, but for the life of me, I do not recall these "dead" seasons. Maybe I am mistaken, but after 2005-2008, nothing really develops.

Anyway, seems that ever since "they" said AGW would bring about superstorms, the Atlantic has been pretty calm. This leads me to believe "they" could very well be full of crap.

This is my opinion, and if you feel inclined to argue with me, please note I will not engage with you. I am not interested in kiddie debates, for sure. Just my opinion based on life experience.


I think you are mistaken. 2010, 2011 and 2012 all had 19 named storms. Which makes them tied 3rd for seasons with most amount of storms. We still have the rest of this season left too, which could yield an above average season in regards to amount of storms.
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2518. FOREX
2:08 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2515. wunderkidcayman:

You got that right


which entity is pouch 20??
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2517. mikatnight
2:08 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2500. ProphetessofDoom:


What a great page! As a historian, archives are some of my favorite places! I remember my husband telling me he thought he saw part of the roof on US 1! I'm actually surprised Wilma didn't do more damage. Sounds a bit silly to say, but I guess we actually were lucky with Wlma! Imagine the damage if it had hit from east to west instead of west to east. (Generally speaking - I know it was SE to NW)


Yes. It is something I keep trying to hammer into people's heads. A landfalling hurricane of any category in southern to central PB County would be devastating. A major would be catastrophic.
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2515. wunderkidcayman
2:07 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2510. Relix:
Pouch 20 is slowly getting there.

You got that right
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2514. weatherman994
2:07 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
TBH I DON'T EVEN CARE ABOUT 92L OR ERIN THERE BOTH JUST PATHETIC IM STILL WAITING FOR THE REAL SEASON IF THE REST OF THE SEASON IS LIKE THEN IT WAS A WASTE OF MY TIME.
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2513. AussieStorm
2:07 PM GMT on August 16, 2013


@JohnnyParker012 Johnny Parker
Current Visible Satellite with lightning.
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2512. ihave27windows
2:06 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2503. Times2:


Well life experience is a true measure of common sense. I too have been a tracker and watcher for a very long time. When the NHC was calling for Fla. landfalls and then Corpus landfalls for Katrina, Rita, Ike and many others, the ones with gut feelings were saying Louisiana- Texas. Now my gut has been wrong of course but very rarely have the models which the NHC worships get it right 4-5 days out. Oh now they are very accurate within a few days, lol. As for Global warming and stronger canes...eh...believe what you want but I do believe that Climate change on a very, very moderate scale is taking place but that's normal. Speak your mind i27 because there are no EXPERTS here from what I have witnessed. T2


You know, since I stated my opinion, a freak Gilbert like storm will develop.....to humble me. HaHa!

I agree with the change on a moderate scale, and that it is normal. =)
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2511. tornadodude
2:06 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2505. Walshy:
Thought I would share some more pictures from Hurricane Sandy.

Beech Mountain, NC.


Blue Ridge Parkway in NC.


Been on that parkway many times, gorgeous up there!
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2510. Relix
2:06 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Pouch 20 is slowly getting there.
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2509. SLU
2:05 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2491. ryang:


Ryang .. I hope you've bought your hurricane supplies already.

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2508. FOREX
2:04 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2502. wunderkidcayman:
For some reason 92Ls LLC is now drifting SSW


hopefully.
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2507. RitaEvac
2:04 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
My backyard lawn burns up quickly from direct sun light on the north and south sides. Have an oak tree but it's young and provides certain amount of shade mostly around its base. Makes a world of difference with the grass thickness and greenery. Like to plant fig trees where that sun beats down all day to provide shade on the grass and less watering. Fig trees have giant leaves and are nice and thick in the summer, and when matured produce figs.
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2505. Walshy
2:03 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Thought I would share some more pictures from Hurricane Sandy.

Beech Mountain, NC.


Blue Ridge Parkway in NC.
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2504. mikatnight
2:03 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2490. SouthernIllinois:

I forbid you! You really need to diversify the ole repertoire. Do yourself a favor and visit WunderGirl Raven's blog for some new music.

Here


There's also the 5-CD, completely insane playlist called 'Tracks of Life' available for your listening and viewing pleasure. Lots of links, lyrics, videos - and all songs are downloadable. Enjoy.
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2503. Times2
2:02 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2482. ihave27windows:
What happened to Global Warming will create bigger and more frequent tropical cyclones?

I'm an old broad, and I have been tracking storms since the times when your local news/mets and grocers got together and gave away tracking maps. We got a new one every year, and my Daddy taught me to track. We had busy seasons and not so busy seasons, but for the life of me, I do not recall these "dead" seasons. Maybe I am mistaken, but after 2005-2008, nothing really develops.

Anyway, seems that ever since "they" said AGW would bring about superstorms, the Atlantic has been pretty calm. This leads me to believe "they" could very well be full of crap.

This is my opinion, and if you feel inclined to argue with me, please note I will not engage with you. I am not interested in kiddie debates, for sure. Just my opinion based on life experience.


Well life experience is a true measure of common sense. I too have been a tracker and watcher for a very long time. When the NHC was calling for Fla. landfalls and then Corpus landfalls for Katrina, Rita, Ike and many others, the ones with gut feelings were saying Louisiana- Texas. Now my gut has been wrong of course but very rarely have the models which the NHC worships get it right 4-5 days out. Oh now they are very accurate within a few days, lol. As for Global warming and stronger canes...eh...believe what you want but I do believe that Climate change on a very, very moderate scale is taking place but that's normal. Speak your mind i27 because there are no EXPERTS here from what I have witnessed. T2
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2502. wunderkidcayman
2:02 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
For some reason 92Ls LLC is now drifting SSW
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2501. mfcmom
2:01 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2496. FOREX:


sure is. Be safe.

You too! Keep in touch.
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2500. ProphetessofDoom
2:01 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2475. mikatnight:


There's some pics from all 3 storms on my HISTORY page in the Hurricane Protocol guide. Wilma blew off part of the roof.


What a great page! As a historian, archives are some of my favorite places! I remember my husband telling me he thought he saw part of the roof on US 1! I'm actually surprised Wilma didn't do more damage. Sounds a bit silly to say, but I guess we actually were lucky with Wlma! Imagine the damage if it had hit from east to west instead of west to east. (Generally speaking - I know it was SE to NW)
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2499. scott39
2:01 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Convection is growing closer to 92Ls E and NE side. It actually looks better at the surface than 24 hours ago.
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2498. RitaEvac
2:00 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2490. SouthernIllinois:

I forbid you! You really need to diversify the ole repertoire. Do yourself a favor and visit WunderGirl Raven's blog for some new music.

Here


lol
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2496. FOREX
1:59 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2494. mfcmom:

Thanks. What concerns me is not 92L, but the upper level low northeast of it. That's a whole lot of water.


sure is. Be safe.
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2495. muddertracker
1:59 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2493. gator23:

Nothing. Rain.


Nothing. Sprinkles. lol If the dry air doesn't eat it, that is.
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2494. mfcmom
1:58 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2492. FOREX:


I would call a friend and let them know what is going on. Looks like some heavy storms to our West and south yet to come today and tonight.

Thanks. What concerns me is not 92L, but the upper level low northeast of it. That's a whole lot of water.
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2493. gator23
1:57 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2388. smitty1791:
What would the effects be on the Galveston coast area if 92L makes a Mexico/Texas border area crossing?

Nothing. Rain.
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2492. FOREX
1:56 PM GMT on August 16, 2013
Quoting 2488. mfcmom:


Trying to figure whether to pull the pontoon boat on. Am on Burnt Mill Creek and the boat is already up almost over the dock. Hubby is out of country and need to call someone to help me. What do you think, Forex?


I would call a friend and let them know what is going on. Looks like some heavy storms to our West and south yet to come today and tonight.
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