VERY LARGE WINTER SYSTEM POSSIBLE IN THE DEEP SOUTH!

By: TampaSpin , 3:53 PM GMT on October 24, 2011

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TROPICAL OUTLOOK:
Nothing Currently is Developing although, Models are hinting at a possible system in the SW Caribbean in about 5-7 days! We shall see!

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WINTER WEATHER AND SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK:
The ConUs appears to become a little cooler in the MIDWEST. About time for Winter to get going as a cooler air mass dips south!

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28. TampaSpin
4:06 PM GMT on January 06, 2012
A very large Winter Event is showing up on Models as a Very Strong Low pressure system develops over Texas and moves NE. It appears the Gulf Coast States in the Northern Parts might get some Winter stuff. Atlanta is looking very scary with a massive looking storm track. The system then tracks like NorEaster where the North East might get pounded by this system. Looks like about Wednesday is when it all starts. Could be some rough conditions from the Mississippi, Tennessee, and Ohio Valley and up the East Coast. This system is gonna be a big one if the models are correct.

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27. juslivn
3:04 PM GMT on December 24, 2011
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26. TampaSpin
3:18 AM GMT on December 23, 2011
Merry Christmas Everyone.....LOL

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25. eddye
3:53 PM GMT on November 28, 2011
yo how cold do u think jacksonville will get 2
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24. TampaSpin
2:48 PM GMT on November 28, 2011


Dang COLD THURSDAY morning over most of the ConUS including Florida!
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23. TampaSpin
2:17 PM GMT on November 26, 2011
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22. TampaSpin
2:39 AM GMT on November 26, 2011
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21. TampaSpin
2:34 AM GMT on November 26, 2011
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20. TampaSpin
2:31 AM GMT on November 26, 2011
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19. TampaSpin
2:29 AM GMT on November 26, 2011


Pretty cold ConUs!!
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18. TampaSpin
7:04 AM GMT on November 24, 2011
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17. TampaSpin
6:57 AM GMT on November 24, 2011
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16. TampaSpin
6:41 AM GMT on November 24, 2011
Quoting SPLbeater:
WHy no posting on Jeffmasters? i must have missed something...Happy THanksgiving


Just very tired of all the BS on main Blog. It has become very political driven from the Extreme Left side.
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15. TampaSpin
6:40 AM GMT on November 24, 2011


Look at the cooler temps heading South out of Canada.
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14. SPLbeater
2:04 AM GMT on November 24, 2011
WHy no posting on Jeffmasters? i must have missed something...Happy THanksgiving
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13. TampaSpin
2:37 PM GMT on November 23, 2011
Happy ThanksGiving Everyone!
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12. TampaSpin
4:38 AM GMT on November 19, 2011
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11. TampaSpin
4:08 AM GMT on November 19, 2011



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10. TampaSpin
2:44 PM GMT on November 18, 2011


There is NO threat to land except possibly Bermuda but, i doubt the future Tammy comes close to Bermuda.
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9. TampaSpin
2:39 PM GMT on November 18, 2011
I am no longer posting on the main Blog.....I will now only post on my Blog or from my WebSite. I'm sure you all can figure out WHY!
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8. TampaSpin
2:37 PM GMT on November 18, 2011


Nice patch of Convergence also....
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7. TampaSpin
2:37 PM GMT on November 18, 2011


Decent 850mb Vorticity with possibly future Tammy....anything developing will be SubTropical....
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6. hurricanealley
2:37 PM GMT on October 28, 2011
Does you're team got one?




Maybe in 20-30 years!
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5. hurricanealley
2:28 PM GMT on October 28, 2011
Why is that?
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4. TampaSpin
2:13 PM GMT on October 28, 2011
Quoting hurricanealley:
Tampa! I'm calling you out! Its a boring Wednesday, so I'm sliding to a new level.


You really need to change your Avatar!....LMAO
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3. hurricanealley
2:35 PM GMT on October 26, 2011
Tampa! I'm calling you out! Its a boring Wednesday, so I'm sliding to a new level.
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2. TampaSpin
1:53 AM GMT on October 26, 2011
Rina is currently a very strong Cat.2 Hurricane and moving nearly due West. I first thought maybe this motion of due west would continue all the way to the Yucatan, but i was wrong it appears looking at the Current Model Runs. There are currently 2 options that will play out with Rina. If you looking at the Steering maps below and follow the steering for the strenght of storms, you will find a nice little gap for Rina to follow between 2 highs as she should soon start to move WNW and then NW toward the Yucatan. Once it nears the Yucatan Coastline is when things get very tricky. This is really pretty simple. The Stronger RINA is the further North she will go feeling the effects of the weak cold front moving toward the Gulf Coast on Friday. If Rina is still a rather Strong Storm, Rina might move toward as far North as possibly Port Charlotte. The weaker Rina is the further South she will move. If Rina is just a mini small Cat 1 storm then it might move toward the Florida Keys. If Rina is only a Tropical Storm it might miss the Keys completely and move over Cuba and die a death in the Mountains.

Simply put, the Size and Strenght of Rina will completely decide on where it goes. Now the factors that will determine the Strength of Rina is the Wind Shear and Dry Air. The Dry Air will be a factor for sure, but won't play the major role of slowing Rina much. The big factor is Shear. Currently the models are thinking the Shear will be strong enough to really hurt Rina to the point of bringing her to a TS status moving toward the KEYS and Cuba. I don't believe the Shear will be as strong a currently showing by the models as it does not seem the Cold Front is going to be as strong as first thought. Really need to watch how the models decide the strength of Rina in a couple of days to truly know where she will be going. Still a slim chance that it just won't feel the trough and move more west onto the Yucatan. We shall see what happens!

Invest 97L is still moving toward the West. The NHC is only giving 97L a 10% chance of become a Storm in 48hrs. Still need to watch this area very close as after 48hrs it will have a better chance in my opinion!
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1. TampaSpin
5:48 PM GMT on October 24, 2011
We MIGHT have nearly a Hurricane now....if that is the case then a move to the NORTH with the influence of the Trough will be felt and a tug to the North will occur only for the short term and then move back West. But, any movement to the NORTH will Shear the storm to pieces. Thata be a good thing.
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