97L in Western Caribbean Still a Threat to Develop

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 1:58 PM GMT on October 02, 2013

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A tropical disturbance (Invest 97L) over the Western Caribbean is moving to the northwest at 10 mph and is generating heavy rains over the Cayman Islands and Western Cuba. Grand Cayman Island had picked up 2.32" (59 mm) of rain as of 9:30 am EDT on Wednesday. Satellite loops show that 97L has a modest area of heavy thunderstorms that have increased substantially in areal coverage and in intensity since Tuesday, but there is little rotation apparent. Cayman Islands radar also does not show any rotation to the echoes, but there are several prominent low-level bands of heavy rain. The storm has low wind shear of 5 - 10 knots to work with, as well as an upper-air anticyclone aloft that is providing good ventilation above it. Dry air is over the Yucatan Peninsula and Gulf of Mexico, as seen on water vapor satellite loops, and this dry air is slowing development. Ocean temperatures are a very warm 29°C (84°F). An Air Force hurricane hunter flight is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon.


Figure 1. Wind forecast for 2 pm EDT Saturday October 5, 2013, from runs of the GFS model done six hours apart. The more recent run, initialized at 06Z (2 am EDT) on Wednesday, October 2 (left panel) predicts that 97L will have top winds below 35 knots (40 mph, light orange colors). This run showed the center of 97L making landfall in the Florida Panhandle about 120 miles east of Alabama late Saturday afternoon.The run initialized six hours earlier, at 00Z (right panel), showed a stronger storm, with top winds of 40 - 45 knots (46 - 52 mph.) This run showed the center of 97L making landfall near the Alabama/Florida border Saturday night. The images were generated using our wundermap with the model layer turned on.

Forecast for 97L: development into at least a tropical depression likely
Wind shear is expected to remain low on Wednesday, then steadily increase to the moderate range on Thursday, then to the high range on Friday, according to the latest SHIPS model forecast. On Wednesday night, 97L will cross the northeastern tip of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, bringing 3 - 6" of rain to the peninsula and to Western Cuba. Passage over the Yucatan will act to disrupt the storm. The atmosphere will grow drier as 97L moves northwards over the Gulf of Mexico on Thursday and Friday, and the drier air combined with increasing wind shear will retard development, making rapid intensification unlikely. A trough of low pressure and an associated cold front will be moving through Louisiana on Saturday, and the associated upper-level westerly winds will be able to turn 97L more to the northeast as it approaches the coast on Friday. The GFS model develops 97L into a tropical storm, and predicts landfall will occur along the Florida Panhandle. The European model, which does not develop 97L into a tropical storm, is farther west, taking the storm over Eastern Louisiana. In their 8 am EDT Wednesday Tropical Weather Outlook, NHC gave 97L 2-day odds of development of 40%, and 5-day odds of 50%. I give a 30% chance 97L will be Tropical Storm Karen with top winds of 40 - 60 mph at landfall between Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle on Saturday, a 5% chance it will be stronger, and a 65% chance it will be a tropical depression or mere tropical disturbance. Heavy rains of 3 - 6" can be expected falling the coast from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle on Saturday, even if 97L does not develop into a tropical depression.


Figure 2. MODIS satellite image of 97L, taken at 12:30 pm EDT on October 2, 2013. Image credit: NASA.

Tropical Storm Jerry in the Central Atlantic no threat
Tropical Storm Jerry continues to slowly wander over the Central Atlantic, far from land. Jerry is not a threat to any land areas.

Jeff Masters

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2616. Torito
White= less than 30mph winds
Green=TD force winds (30-39mph)
Yellow=TS force winds (40-74mph)
Red/orange=Hurricane force winds (74 mph)


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Quoting 2611. VR46L:


Unless it has transitioned .....

GOM ver of Sandy?
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It looks a little lop-sided. Center on the west edge of deepest convection. My best guess.
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2613. beell
Quoting 2607. WxLogic:


Any decent convection would be displaced to the E so won't be surprised if the W periphery of 97L remains "event less (rain wise)" for the rest of its trek through the GOM.


That has been the consensus-so I'm with ya there. Still have to watch the somewhat long-duration east and southeast winds and some potential for coastal flooding issues.
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2612. Torito
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2611. VR46L
Quoting 2606. LargoFl:
Folks GFS has the storm at 987MB at landfall..thats a hurricane...............


Unless it has transitioned .....
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2610. Torito
97L survived the night...

It does not look as defined as yesterday, however.

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He may be correct on location; after all, that's a pretty large cone he's giving himself.

Hey Nea! Take a stab at narrowing down the landfall.
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2608. beell
GFS fairly persistent in depicting diminishing moisture based on 700 mb RH as 97L leaves the Caribbean behind-so regardless of track, rainfall may not get out of hand in many locations.

May be some issues with a rain train along the frontal boundary across GA as 97L comes inland and interacts with the cold front boundary.


10/03 06Z GFS 700 mb heights, winds, rh-valid 06Z Saturday


10/03 00Z GFS Precip Accumulation-valid 12Z Monday
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2607. WxLogic
Quoting 2597. beell:
30-40 knot upper level southwesterlies across the central GOM in this model.


10/03 06Z GFS 200 mb heights, winds-valid @ 12Z Thursday
(click for full image)


Any decent convection would be displaced to the E so won't be surprised if the W periphery of 97L remains "event less (rain wise)" for the rest of its trek through the GOM.
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2606. LargoFl
Folks GFS has the storm at 987MB at landfall..thats a hurricane...............
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Just gonna throw a piece of data out there for the guy who correlates ant activity with tropical systems. In my fiancee's front yard yesterday, approximately 5 miles North of Pensacola Beach . We saw what was the largest ant hill that I have seen this year and instead of being a rounded mound, some how the sides were almost straight up. Just found it interesting.
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2604. EllasD
Quoting 2588. StormSurgeon:
Should see Tropical Storm watches posted for northern gulf anytime now.....surprised not up already.

Biloxi is under coastal flood watch right now, of course that will change.
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2603. LargoFl
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2602. LargoFl
Quoting 2566. sporteguy03:

I see the clouds though blowing off towards Florida panhandle and penninsula though..many times the direction of the where the clouds go show where the system will go.
yes it all depends on that cold front and how fast it gets to the gulf..could pick up speed and the storm gets pushed a lil more east..then we here would be getting more rain..local met just said stay alert but he doesnt think this storm will affect us..we'll see what happens
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I'd bet we had Karen last night.

I guess its better to not let speculators jack oil prices up too prematurely.
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2600. yoboi
Quoting 2584. Neapolitan:
He may be correct on location; after all, that's a pretty large cone he's giving himself. But the chances of this one making landfall as a hurricane--or even a high-end tropical storm--seem a little remote. The disturbance is currently in the best conditions it's going to see for the rest of its life, and yet it continues to struggle. And now increasing shear, dry air, and less energetic waters await the system over the next few dozen hours; I will personally be surprised if it makes landfall as more than a relatively weak tropical storm. (And, no, I'm not saying relatively weak tropical storms can't do a lot of damage; I'm just noting that 97L isn't Katrina, nor Ivan, nor any of our other historical Gulf Coast monsters.)


If you are wrong will you send JB an apology via tweet????????????
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2599. LargoFl
My best guess is the folks up in the mid gulf states should be preparing for a Cat-1 hurricane right now..IF it stays a strong Tropical storm so much the better..at least they were prepared...GFS on levi's site had it as a hurricane...either way its going to be a rough weekend for many folks up there.
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2598. VR46L
Quoting 2596. barbamz:

Cancun radar. Does this look very menacing, hmm?


Same story with the Cuba Radars



But I have to say the WV Imagery says a different story

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2597. beell
30-40 knot upper level southwesterlies across the central GOM in this model.


10/03 06Z GFS 200 mb heights, winds-valid @ 12Z Thursday
(click for full image)
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2596. barbamz

Cancun radar. Does this look very menacing, hmm?
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2595. vis0
CREDIT: Hawaii/Wisc SUBJECT: INVEST 97L  PERIOD: 201310-03'0745_03'1015 (custom filtered to better show rising clouds) Click4VID if VID is stuck tap play-bar.

...Karen???(~1hr???)
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2594. WxLogic
Good Morning... HH almost there.
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Good morning all!
HH up..I'm actually hoping they find a well defined closed low, just for the sake of seeing what the NHC thinks it'll do.
More than likely a 40-45 knot storm when/if it forms.
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2592. beell
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Quoting 2580. Stormwatch247:
Watch out, here she comes .. 97L looking like a tropical storm this morning!

WOW, on this date Oct 3, 2002, Hurricane Lili was making landfall along the Louisiana coast! It had weakened from a CAT4, but still caused a lot of damage and destruction, in SW Louisiana, especially in Abbeville, LA, Vermillion Parish, and inland, just west of Lafayette, LA. Wind gusts recorded 120MPH at Intracoastal City, LA! Hope 97L does not get that bad!

Do You think it is going to be a "Hanna," or "Isidore" (both tropical storm landfalls from 2002), or something a little stronger "Josephine" (1996), or maybe it will become stronger like Hurricane "Earl" (1998), or "Danny" (1997)? All of these named systems made landfalls from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle. Maybe it will be like an "Ida" from 2009! It might have a personality of its own, with its own surprises. Yikes!

Here we go again! What do you think!!


I remember Lili well. We had no electric for four days here in Vernon Parish, but the saving grace was it was October and we were cooler, unlike this year. So the aftermath of no a/c wasn't so bad. Of course, due to already having a four day weekend for Fair and Rodeo days meant the electric came back on just in time for Monday's school day.
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2590. beell




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No recon flight last night?? Mission 2 is en route now eh??
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Should see Tropical Storm watches posted for northern gulf anytime now.....surprised not up already.
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2587. IKE
From Tallahassee.....

SHORT TERM [Tonight Through Saturday]...
By Friday moisture will start to increase ahead of the approaching
tropical system. However, it is still expected to be far enough
south to keep significant rain chances out of the area with just
30% PoPs across the western areas.

By Saturday morning, the 03/00z global model guidance ranges from
about 130 miles south of New Orleans on the Canadian/ECMWF to
about 200 miles south of Mobile on the GFS. It is possible some
outer bands could start affecting the coastal areas by Saturday
afternoon. However, the possibility of more significant impacts is
currently expected to hold off until Saturday night into Sunday.

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2586. beell
Past 6 hrs METARS Obs

Cancun
Cozumel
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2585. IKE
From Mobile,AL....

FRIDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT...POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE IS PROGGED TO
LIFT NORTHWARD ACROSS THE CENTRAL GULF ON FRIDAY...WITHIN A NARROW
MID LEVEL WEAKNESS BETWEEN A RIDGE ACROSS FLORIDA AND LOWER HEIGHTS
OVER THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY. FORECAST MODELS ARE SHOWING
A BIT MORE AGREEMENT ON THE TRACK AND POSITION OF THE LOW ON FRIDAY
AND FRIDAY NIGHT...CLUSTERING TOWARD THE SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA
COAST/MISSISSIPPI SOUND. THE GFS STILL SLIGHTLY EAST OF THE REMAINDER
OF THE GUIDANCE ENVELOPE. THE RISK OF INITIAL IMPACTS => INCREASED
WINDS...BUILDING SEAS/SWELL/TIDES/COASTAL FLOODING AND SQUALLS DUE TO
INFLUX OF TROPICAL MOISTURE LOOKS TO BE PRIMARILY FROM SOUTHEAST
LOUISIANA EASTWARD TO ACROSS THE MISSISSIPPI SOUND/AL AND NORTHWEST
FLORIDA GULF COASTAL WATERS THROUGH THE COURSE OF THIS PERIOD. STAY
TUNED.
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Quoting 2540. PensacolaDoug:
JB says eventual lf tween mouth of the Miss and P'cola. Perhaps as a cane.
He may be correct on location; after all, that's a pretty large cone he's giving himself. But the chances of this one making landfall as a hurricane--or even a high-end tropical storm--seem a little remote. The disturbance is currently in the best conditions it's going to see for the rest of its life, and yet it continues to struggle. And now increasing shear, dry air, and less energetic waters await the system over the next few dozen hours; I will personally be surprised if it makes landfall as more than a relatively weak tropical storm. (And, no, I'm not saying relatively weak tropical storms can't do a lot of damage; I'm just noting that 97L isn't Katrina, nor Ivan, nor any of our other historical Gulf Coast monsters.)
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Quoting 2566. sporteguy03:

I see the clouds though blowing off towards Florida panhandle and penninsula though..many times the direction of the where the clouds go show where the system will go.
That is really true, in many cases! :>
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2581. GetReal
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Watch out, here she comes .. 97L looking like a tropical storm this morning!

WOW, on this date Oct 3, 2002, Hurricane Lili was making landfall along the Louisiana coast! It had weakened from a CAT4, but still caused a lot of damage and destruction, in SW Louisiana, especially in Abbeville, LA, Vermillion Parish, and inland, just west of Lafayette, LA. Wind gusts recorded 120MPH at Intracoastal City, LA! Hope 97L does not get that bad!

Do You think it is going to be a "Hanna," or "Isidore" (both tropical storm landfalls from 2002), or something a little stronger "Josephine" (1996), or maybe it will become stronger like Hurricane "Earl" (1998), or "Danny" (1997)? All of these named systems made landfalls from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle. Maybe it will be like an "Ida" from 2009! It might have a personality of its own, with its own surprises. Yikes!

Here we go again! What do you think!!
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2579. GetReal
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2578. IKE

1m
GFDL strongest of options with hurricane hit central Gulf coast saturday. I like track, but looks a bit too strong
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2577. barbamz


Good morning from brightly sunny Germany at its Unity Holiday (while it's a little wet in the UK, huh). I'm really curious what recon will find in (still, lol!) 97L.

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2576. GetReal
NAVGEM 72 HOURS:
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2575. beell
Slightly unrelated-A slower evolution of the trough and cold front should be a factor in keeping 97L on a more northerly track for a longer period of time.



DAY 2 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
1246 AM CDT THU OCT 03 2013

VALID 041200Z - 051200Z

...THERE IS A SLGT RISK OF SVR TSTMS ACROSS ERN NEB...IA...SRN
MN...WI...NWRN MO...ERN KS...NWRN OK...

...SYNOPSIS...
LATEST GUIDANCE FROM THE GFS AND ECMWF MODELS SUGGESTS A SLOWER
EVOLUTION TO THE UPPER TROUGH
THAN COMPARED TO THE MORE AGGRESSIVE
NAM MODEL WHICH IS FARTHER E WITH THE COLD FRONT AND DEEPER WITH THE
UPPER LOW VALID AT 00Z. FOR THIS OUTLOOK...THE SLOWER SOLUTION IS
PREFERRED.

DURING THE DAY...LOW PRESSURE IS FORECAST TO DEEPEN OVER WRN KS AND
INTO CNTRL NEB...WITH A NEARLY STATIONARY BOUNDARY FROM FSD/SUX EWD
ACROSS NRN IA OR SRN MN AND INTO WRN WI. THIS BOUNDARY WILL BE
REINFORCED BY EPISODES OF RAIN AND STORMS THROUGHOUT THE
PERIOD...BUT MAY RETURN SLIGHTLY AS A WARM FRONT AHEAD OF THE
DEVELOPING LOW
. SEVERE STORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE IN ASSOCIATION WITH
THIS FRONT WELL AHEAD OF THE MAIN SYSTEM.

BY LATE AFTERNOON...A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL EXTEND SWWD FROM THE
ERN NEB LOW...INTO CNTRL KS...NWRN OK AND THE TX PANHANDLE. A
RAPIDLY DEVELOPING SQUALL LINE IS EXPECTED...WITH THE MOST INTENSE
STORMS FROM ERN NEB INTO IA...AND PERHAPS SRN MN BY EVENING.

...ERN NEB...IA...SRN MN...WRN WI...
SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS MAY BE ONGOING ALONG THE WARM FRONT EARLY
WITH A THREAT OF HAIL. DEPENDING ON HOW MUCH RAIN FALLS ALONG THE
FRONT...IT COULD MODULATE ITS LATITUDINAL LOCATION. HEATING WILL
OCCUR S OF THE FRONT...WITH MODERATE INSTABILITY DEVELOPING
. AS THE
UPPER TROUGH NEARS...SHEAR PROFILES WILL INCREASE...WITH LARGE
LOOPING HODOGRAPHS NEAR THE WARM FRONT.
THIS WILL CONDITIONALLY
FAVOR SUPERCELLS WITH LARGE HAIL AND A FEW TORNADOES. THE GFS AND
EURO BOTH HAVE STRONG CONVECTIVE SIGNALS ACROSS NRN IA...FAR SRN
MN...AND SWRN WI DURING THE AFTERNOON...SUGGESTING CLUSTERS OF
SEVERE STORMS ARE PROBABLE.

MEANWHILE TO THE SW...A LOW PRESSURE TROUGH WILL DEEPEN AHEAD OF A
STRONG COLD FRONT WITH SFC LOW CENTER ACROSS ERN NEB BY 21-00Z. GFS
SHOWS CLASSIC LOADED GUN TYPE SOUNDINGS OVER ERN NEB AHEAD OF THE
LOW
...WITH STRONG CONVERGENCE AND DEEP MIXED LAYERS JUST W OF THE
FRONT AT PEAK HEATING. WITH LARGE HODOGRAPHS AND STRONG
FORCING...THE AREA FROM ERN NEB INTO CNTRL IA APPEARS TO HAVE THE
GREATEST THREAT OF TORNADIC SUPERCELLS
. IF THE COLD AIR SURGES
QUICKER THAN FORECAST...A MORE LINEAR STRUCTURE COULD RESULT...BUT
WITH EMBEDDED ROTATION AND LEWPS CAPABLE OF SIGNIFICANT STRAIGHT
LINE WINDS.

A MODERATE RISK COULD BE ISSUED IN LATER OUTLOOKS AS PREDICTABILITY
OF THIS SYSTEM INCREASES.


...OK...ERN KS...WRN MO...
LAPSE RATE PROFILES WILL STEEPEN ACROSS THE REGION DUE TO HEATING
AND UPPER COOLING. STORMS ARE EXPECTED TO RAPIDLY FORM ALONG THE
COLD FRONT AND QUICKLY BECOME A SQUALL LINE. THE STRONG FORCING AS
WELL AS AMPLE DEEP LAYER SHEAR ORIENTED ALONG THE FRONT SHOULD
SUPPORT A LARGE LINEAR MCS CAPABLE OF LOCALLY DAMAGING WINDS AND
AREAS OF LARGE HAIL...ALTHOUGH THE HAIL THREAT SHOULD DECREASE ONCE
INDIVIDUAL STORM CELLS MERGE. THIS LINE SHOULD REMAIN SEVERE INTO
EVENING...BUT WILL LIKELY DECREASE IN INTENSITY OVERNIGHT AS THE
COLD FRONT UNDERCUTS THE MCS.

..JEWELL.. 10/03/2013


Loaded Gun (Sounding) - [Slang], a sounding characterized by extreme instability but containing a cap, such that explosive thunderstorm development can be expected if the cap can be weakened or the air below it heated sufficiently to overcome it.
Weather Glossary for Storm Chasers-NWS Norman OK
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2574. IKE
My feeling is watches will go up later this evening/tonight.
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2573. IKE

Quoting sporteguy03:

Closer to Panama City near Defuniak Springs.
Yeah....this one looks too close to me.

I'm at......
Lat/Lon: 30.7° N 86.1° W
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Good morning, afternoon and evening, everyone. It could be yesterday morning or the day before, it's still 72 degrees with a feels like 77. Looks like people in the panhandle better be watching out their windows the next few days. I need to call my son tonight and see what are the plans for him. He's on the emergency plans for storms, or whatever the military is now calling it. Unfortunately, that means he won't be coming home if one heads his way like he would have before he was put on this team if they evacuate the base.

No breakfast tomorrow morning, I have to take Zander back to his cardiologist in Baton Rouge for a follow up.

Today's Breakfast's on the sideboard: Andouille sausage and shrimp scramble, Cajun Crawfish Breakfast Eggs, traditional omelet with crawfish Étouffée to pour over it, steak, eggs and hash browns, Egg, Cheese and chorizo Quesadillas, egg white and veggie breakfast bowl, berry breakfast pizza, Cinnamon Breakfast Bites, cheese Danishes, yogurt, fresh fruit and orange, apple or pineapple juice. Creole coffee as a treat on the side. Enjoy!
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Quoting 2570. IKE:
84 hour 6Z GFS....



Closer to Panama City near Defuniak Springs.
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2570. IKE
84 hour 6Z GFS....


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BIG invest 97L will be a big hurricane watch out!!!
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Well, it looks pretty good... now to see if there's a properly closed low there.

Boy, some pple on the Gulf coast are going to be surprised...

This year's Karen may be more eventful than it was the last time around...

I'm out for the day... Ya'll have a good one.
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2567. VR46L
Good Morning !!!

HMMM



and



Cold Core Landfall????

< <<<<<<<<< Runs out
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Quoting 2555. LargoFl:
well the whole northern gulf coast is going to have and eventful and wet weekend..local NWS says this is NOT going to be a Tampa event for those away from home..even lower rain chances for us here..but me?..im watching the storm anyway lol...taking no chances on that right turn.

I see the clouds though blowing off towards Florida panhandle and penninsula though..many times the direction of the where the clouds go show where the system will go.
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