Will devote this hurricane season to provide up-to-the-minute, basic information when a tropical system is threatening land. Both basins included.
By: hurricaneben , 9:42 PM GMT on July 05, 2010
Well, I'm back like promised and I just came across an interesting surprise. One of the invests are becoming extremely organized and could become a tropical depression very soon. You have guessed Invest 96L? WRONG! It's 95L. The NHC has upgraded it from a near 0% to 60% chance of development before it moves onshore Southeast Louisiana just within' one little update. That must be a record for development in tropical cyclones and this is just an early sign of a record-breaking deadly hurricane season full of surprises. Now with the significant development and all, I won't be too surprised if this becomes Bonnie before making landfall late tonight even though I'm sticking with at least a depression. This is only a warning that any little blob of showers especially if it is headed toward the US coast or any land mass in general should be carefully watched and that includes both 95 and 96L because even though 96L is becoming much less organized than before, it was the same story with 95L and 96L has a lot more room for intensification so if anything comes out with 96 the way it came out with 95L, we could be in for something REALLY BAD and in 96L's path is South Texas and Extreme Northern Mexico, SAME exact area maybe a tad bit to the North of where Alex has slammed into just days ago. So for the people recovering from Alex, you REALLY need to keep an eye on the tropics. Well Florida is relatively clear for now but we are seeing some light but steady rainfall where I live in Boca Raton even some flooding a little to the South of us in Broward County. Not much wind activity but being that we're getting into the month of July which is the time where we're just beginning to go downhill with tropical activity and we have a good chance of some impacts pretty soon in our state, mostly Florida Panhandle but the peninsula should still keep an eye on the tropical weather brewing out there. I'll make a post when something significant happens like a tropical depression forms but regardless, I'll make a post tomorrow.
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