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By: caneswatch , 12:44 AM GMT on August 18, 2011
93L has been bumped up to a 60% chance by the NHC. By the looks of things, 93L could get to TD or TS very soon. If it does get named, which looks like it's going to, it would get called Harvey. Since 93L is going to remain weak no matter if it gets to TS status, it's going to run into Central America and cause some flooding rains, and possibly mudslides as well. 93L's running out of room very quickly with its fast forward motion, so the time it has to gain some strength is fading.
There's a strong tropical wave out in the Atlantic that needs to be closely watched. Right now, it's at 10N, and about 30W. This is the wave I'm most concerned about for the US. The computer models have been agreeing that something will form out of this storm. The NHC only gives it a 10% right now. The HPC is saying in its 7-day forecast that this wave will be over or near the Bahamas at the end of that forecast. This wave should arrive to the NE Caribbean and Puerto Rico around Monday or Tuesday of next week. The Azores/Bermuda (A/B) High will be in a position that would send this towards the SE Coast, especially Florida. With conditions the way they're forecasted (water temperature, wind shear, dry air), this storm definitely has a great potential of becoming a hurricane.
Also, this and other blogs have been having problems with a certain troll. I'm pretty sure you all know who it is, and if you do see him, don't be afraid to -, !, and report him.
Another thing, a WU member today pointed out that people were not commending bloggers for their hard work, and ripping them. If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. It's ok to "agree to disagree." Don't rip others for their hard work.
I'll have a new post by Sunday at the earliest.
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