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Gulf of Mexico disturbance 95L worth watching

By: Dr. Jeff Masters, 6:02 PM GMT on July 03, 2010

A cold front that pushed off the Southeastern U.S. and Gulf Coast has stalled out over the waters immediately offshore. An area of low pressure, Invest 95L, has developed in the Gulf of Mexico, about 100 miles southeast of the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster. Satellite loops show that this low does have a broad surface circulation, but heavy thunderstorm activity is being limited by 15 - 20 knots of wind shear. Water Vapor satellite loops show that 95L is embedded in a large region of dry air associated with an upper-level cold-cored low pressure system, and this dry air will hinder 95L's development. The cold, dry air associated with this upper-level low is giving 95L a subtropical appearance, with the main heavy thunderstorm activity (to the south) located well away from the center of circulation. NHC is giving 95L a 20% chance of becoming a tropical or subtropical depression by 2pm Monday. Wind shear is forecast to be in the 20 - 30 knot range Sunday through Monday, so any development of 95L should be slow. The disturbance is moving west at about 10 - 15 mph, and a general westward motion towards Texas should continue through Monday. None of the reliable computer models develop 95L into a depression. The Hurricane Hunters are on call to investigate 95L on Sunday, if necessary.

Elsewhere in the tropics, we should keep an eye on the region to the east of South Carolina for possible development, as well as the western Caribbean. None of the reliable models is showing a tropical storm developing in the Atlantic over the coming week, though.


Figure 1. Afternoon satellite image of Invest 95L.

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Reader Comments

Do you think it isgoing through the channel and then go a little further North?And thank you for the compliment.
Quoting StadiumEffect:
Hey all. I was woken up just now by a pretty impressive squall. Currently it is pouring rain here on the west side, and winds are gusting to about 30mph, thanks to our new Caribbean disturbance.
Heavy rain in East End too but gusting to 46 mph.
Quoting mrsalagranny:
Do you think it isgoing through the channel and then go a little further North?And thank you for the compliment.
LOL
Good morning Stormwatcher.Why are you laughing at me?
Oh goodness not good then.Its never good when a storm gets in the GOM.Is it too late to ask for real magic now?LOL
Quoting mrsalagranny:
Good morning Stormwatcher.Why are you laughing at me?
Not at you, your comment about StormW's compliment. I liked that.
OH ok hun.I thought I had mispelled or something.And how are you this morning?
Quoting StormW:


Right now, yes. You're welcome!
StormW, is there a closed low or is it still open ?
Quoting mrsalagranny:
OH ok hun.I thought I had mispelled or something.And how are you this morning?
I'm good. Weather here windy and rainy and I should still be sleeping too but was also up at 4 am.
Quoting StormW:


I believe it's still a wave...I won't know until I get a chance to check today...I'll be in after church sometime this afternoon to go to work.
Ok. Thanks.
Now I see Storm why you say you think it will go More Northerly.If I am looking at the steering map it looks like it will follow to the north.Correct me if I am wrong please.Tia
1515. IKE
Operational and parallel GFS put 96L in the BOC heading for Mexico.

Here's the parallel GFS at 102 hours....

Good morning Ike.
1518. IKE
Quoting mrsalagranny:
Good morning Ike.


Morning.
1519. TxKeef
Goodmorning everyone! Let's hope 96 behaves this week.
Quoting StormW:


Well, let me put it this way, it's not a wave, but I believe there is no surface reflection at the moment.
Ok. I think I understand.
1523. IKE
Five years ago today this bad boy started up........

Thank you Storm.This will be another one to watch really close.
Quoting StormW:


There doesn't seem to be any surface circulation at the moment. This isn't a tropical wave, but another Typhoon development type situation.
Ok. Looks like this one will pass closer to us than Alex did.
Quoting StormW:


There doesn't seem to be any surface circulation at the moment. This isn't a tropical wave, but another Typhoon development type situation.
I wonder if this is going to be how most of the storms develop this year .
Yes it is.Ike and I hope this one doesnt repeat history.
1531. IKE
Quoting mrsalagranny:
Yes it is.Ike and I hope this one doesnt repeat history.


Models don't take it anywhere near Alabama. Based on the NHC track, right now, it's headed for Mexico....

"THE NORTHERN PORTION OF A
TROPICAL WAVE WILL MOVE THROUGH THE YUCATAN CHANNEL MON NIGHT
AND PASS INTO THE SW GULF TUE. A 1006 MB LOW PRES SYSTEM IS
EXPECTED TO FORM ALONG THE WAVE NEAR 21N93W BY TUE NIGHT AND
SLOWLY MAKE ITS WAY W-NW TOWARD THE MEXICAN COAST THROUGH THU."
Poor Mexico doesnt need another one.
If I remember correctly Ike was headed for Mobile and at the last minute took a surn to the East and hit Gulf Shores correct me if i am wrong.
1535. IKE
Quoting mrsalagranny:
If I remember correctly Ike was headed for Mobile and at the last minute took a surn to the East and hit Gulf Shores correct me if i am wrong.


You mean Dennis?
morning all
Yes.I am sorry.And I looked it up and it hit Florida and crossed over Alabama.
Quoting kmanhurricaneman:
morning all
Morning.
been watching this system to the south of us i believe we have a td, worried this AM i have to fly to brac in the OTTER this am to attend my grand aunts funeral, dont if this little plane can handle the weather i see.
Good morning all, woke up this morning to some heavy rain and squalls, wind gusts to at least 40mph, what is this sneaking up on us?
Stormw isee nnw am i correct?
1545. IKE
From the Mobile,AL. extended discussion...

"TOOK PURE MEX MOS GUIDANCE AFTER WEDNESDAY. WAVENUMBER 5
COMPUTATIONS HAVE A RIDGE BREAKING DOWN A BIT OVER THIS AREA
WEDNESDAY THEN REBUILDING ITSELF BY FRIDAY. THAT WOULD BE LESS
FAVORABLE FOR MORE NORTHERLY MOVEMENT OF WEAK BAROTROPIC WAVES IN
THE GULF."
If I am seeing it correctly it looks like it is moving in a NNW direction too.
this looks like it will pass very close if not within 40 miles of us in GCM
1548. IKE
New Orleans....LONG TERM...
THE MAIN FORECAST CONCERN IN THE LONG TERM WILL BE THE TROPICAL
WAVE FORECAST TO PUSH WESTWARD ACROSS THE GULF THIS PERIOD. THE
WAVE SHOULD BE LOCATED OVER THE CENTRAL AND SW GULF
WEDNESDAY...AND TRACK WESTWARD TO THE TEXAS AND MEXICAN COAST BY
FRI/SAT. HIGH PWS (2.0-2.5 INCHES) WILL REMAIN OVER THE CWA
WEDNESDAY. HAVE KEPT HIGH POPS (50S/60S) IN PLACE ACROSS THE AREA
WITH SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS TSRAS EXPECTED. LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL
WILL BE POSSIBLE WEDNESDAY. BOTH GFS AND ECMWF SHOW A DRYING
TREND IN THE ATMOSPHERE BEGINNING THURSDAY AS DEEPEST MOISTURE
ASSOCIATED WITH THE TROPICAL WAVE SHIFTS WEST OF THE AREA. HAVE
LOWERED POPS TO THE CLIMATOLOGICALLY TYPICAL LEVELS OF 30S/40S FOR
THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY PERIOD. MAX TEMPS WILL REMAIN NEAR
NORMAL WITH MIN TEMPS SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH THE PERIOD.
BE BACK IN A BIT
8 AM Tropical Weather Discussion

Excerpt:

TROPICAL WAVE IS ALONG 82W S OF 18N MOVING W 10-15 KT. CYCLONIC
CURVATURE IS OBSERVED ON SATELLITE IMAGERY. SCATTERED MODERATE/
STRONG CONVECTION IS WITHIN 90 NM OF LINE FROM 13N76W TO 17N80W
WITH CLUSTERS OF SCATTERED MODERATE/ISOLATED STRONG CONVECTION
COVERING THE REMAINDER OF THE AREA FROM 13N-20N BETWEEN 75W-85W.
Have a Blessed Day Storm.
Morning granny, Ike, stormwatcher, and I know Storm already had to go get right with Jesus..LOL, and everybody else I may have missed. Hope your day is looking as nice as mine is out my window this morning.
Good morning msgambler.Where do you live?
Quoting msgambler:
Morning granny, Ike, stormwatcher, and I know Storm already had to go get right with Jesus..LOL, and everybody else I may have missed. Hope your day is looking as nice as mine is out my window this morning.
Overcast, rainy and windy here but okay all the same.
Quoting mrsalagranny:
Good morning msgambler.Where do you live?
Fowl River
I live in Semmes.It is a lil cloudy this way.But other than that, beautiful day!
yeah I hope it stays cloudy. I need to mow the grass but I don't have enough beer for a sunny day of mowing. Plus we need some rain.
Gotta go for now bbl on this afternoon.Have a Happy 4th of July everyone!!!!!!!And mostly a Blessed Day.
hagd granny
Quoting msgambler:
Morning granny, Ike, stormwatcher, and I know Storm already had to go get right with Jesus..LOL, and everybody else I may have missed. Hope your day is looking as nice as mine is out my window this morning.

Good Evening.
Good monring Aussie...LOL
Quoting msgambler:
Fowl River

Flow River Alabama?
You live near I10 or 90?
Quoting jasoniscoolman09:




Dauphin Island - East End


How many of these will we see in the coming months?
No sir. I live between I-10 and Dauphin Island, AL on Mobile Bay. Right at the mouth of Fowl River. It is about 13 miles North of Dauphin Island
1570. timkim
Models or not, because we are in the (from El Nino to La Nina) change, we are in for a very active tropical weather pattern in the gulf of mexico, I call this weather phenomena "THE CHANGE"
and with the oil slicks we should see a lot of airborne oil or, oil slapping up on homes and condos in the gulf this season...
1571. IKE
Quoting AussieStorm:
How many of these will we see in the coming months?


The way the pattern is right now, quite a few. I was thinking earlier, this year reminds me of 2007 in the Atlantic.....




Quoting AussieStorm:
How many of these will we see in the coming months?
I pray for none but I know that is asking for too much.
Quoting msgambler:
No sir. I live between I-10 and Dauphin Island, AL on Mobile Bay. Right at the mouth of Fowl River. It is about 13 miles North of Dauphin Island

you must be near Goat Island?
1574. IKE
Copy and paste....


TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
800 AM EDT SUN JUL 4 2010

FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC...CARIBBEAN SEA AND THE GULF OF MEXICO...

A NON-TROPICAL AREA OF LOW PRESSURE LOCATED ABOUT 125 MILES
SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF THE MOUTH OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER IS PRODUCING
DISORGANIZED SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY. THIS LOW IS EXPECTED
TO MOVE GENERALLY NORTHWESTWARD AT 5 TO 10 MPH OVER THE NEXT COUPLE
OF DAYS. STRONG UPPER-LEVEL WINDS AND DRY AIR IN THE MID- AND
UPPER-LEVELS OF THE ATMOSPHERE ARE CURRENTLY INHIBITING
DEVELOPMENT...AND THERE IS A LOW CHANCE...10 PERCENT...OF THIS
SYSTEM BECOMING A TROPICAL OR SUBTROPICAL CYCLONE BEFORE IT MOVES
INLAND LATER TODAY OR MONDAY.

A TROPICAL WAVE IS PRODUCING WIDESPREAD SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
OVER THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN SEA. CONDITIONS APPEAR FAVORABLE FOR
SOME SLOW DEVELOPMENT OF THIS SYSTEM AS IT MOVES GENERALLY
WEST-NORTHWESTWARD AT 15 TO 20 MPH OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS.
THERE IS A LOW CHANCE...20 PERCENT...OF THIS SYSTEM BECOMING A
TROPICAL CYCLONE DURING THE NEXT 48 HOURS.

ELSEWHERE...TROPICAL CYCLONE FORMATION IS NOT EXPECTED DURING THE
NEXT 48 HOURS.

$$
FORECASTER BLAKE
Quoting IKE:


The way the pattern is right now, quite a few. I was thinking earlier, this year reminds me of 2007 in the Atlantic.....





IKE, notice there is 2 Noel's??? whats with that?
The way 96L is looking, we may get an orange circle from the NHC by the 5:00 PM advisory.
Sorry, tried to post a pic but it won't work.

East End, Grand Cayman 7:40 am EST July 4, 2010
1578. IKE
Quoting AussieStorm:

IKE, notice there is 2 Noel's??? whats with that?


I think it's the same system....it's just showing us which track is Noel...with other systems on that same track it makes it hard to tell.
And I am right across the Bay at the mouth of the Bon Secour River. Good Morning!
pretty close Aussie. It is right up the Bay
Quoting IKE:


I think it's the same system....it's just showing us which track is Noel...with other systems on that same track it makes it hard to tell.

The Hurricane Noel that starts at the CV is Melissa. Someone miss labeled it.


because 96l is moving much faster than Alex i dont think it will have enough time to become anything more then a tropical storm or TD
1583. aquak9
g'morning all.

Ike, granny, Aussie, CI, gambler...et al...

lifts coffee cup, nods head.
TROPICAL WEATHER DISCUSSION
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
805 AM EDT SUN JUL 04 2010

TROPICAL WEATHER DISCUSSION FOR NORTH AMERICA...CENTRAL
AMERICA...GULF OF MEXICO...CARIBBEAN SEA...NORTHERN SECTIONS
OF SOUTH AMERICA...AND ATLANTIC OCEAN TO THE AFRICAN COAST
FROM THE EQUATOR TO 32N. THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS BASED
ON SATELLITE IMAGERY...METEOROLOGICAL ANALYSIS...WEATHER
OBSERVATIONS...AND RADAR.

BASED ON 0600 UTC SURFACE ANALYSIS

AND SATELLITE IMAGERY

THROUGH 1015 UTC...

...TROPICAL WAVES...

TROPICAL WAVE IS ANALYZED FROM 8N40W TO 3N42W DRIFTING W. WAVE
IS LOW AMPLITUDE AND IS EMBEDDED WITHIN THE ITCZ. WEAK CYCLONIC
CURVATURE IS ALSO EMBEDDED WITHIN THE ITCZ. SCATTERED MODERATE/
ISOLATED STRONG CONVECTION IS FROM 7N-9N BETWEEN 36W-39W.

TROPICAL WAVE IS ANALYZED FROM 17N51W INLAND OVER SOUTH AMERICA
TO 7N60W MOVING N 15-10 KT. WEAK CYCLONIC CURVATURE IS OBSERVED
ON SATELLITE IMAGERY WITH THE AXIS EMBEDDED WITHIN A MOISTURE
MAXIMUM AS EVIDENT IN TOTAL PRECIPITABLE WATER IMAGERY. CLUSTERS
OF SCATTERED MODERATE/ISOLATED STRONG CONVECTION ARE WITHIN 90
NM SE OF THE WAVE AXIS N OF 13N AND WITHIN 150 NM NW OF THE
ENTIRE WAVE AXIS TO THE COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA.

TROPICAL WAVE IS ALONG 82W S OF 18N MOVING W 10-15 KT. CYCLONIC
CURVATURE IS OBSERVED ON SATELLITE IMAGERY. SCATTERED MODERATE/
STRONG CONVECTION IS WITHIN 90 NM OF LINE FROM 13N76W TO 17N80W
WITH CLUSTERS OF SCATTERED MODERATE/ISOLATED STRONG CONVECTION
COVERING THE REMAINDER OF THE AREA FROM 13N-20N BETWEEN 75W-85W.

...THE ITCZ...

ITCZ AXIS IS ANALYZED ALONG 11N14W 7N23W 6N33W 8N42W 6N54W
7N59W. SCATTERED MODERATE/STRONG CONVECTION IS FROM 14N TO THE
ITCZ E OF 20W TO JUST INLAND OVER W AFRICA. SCATTERED MODERATE/
ISOLATED STRONG CONVECTION IS WITHIN 60 NM OF THE ITCZ BETWEEN
46W-49W...AND WITHIN 120 NM S OF THE ITCZ BETWEEN 24W-27W...WITH
CLUSTERS OF SIMILAR CONVECTION WITHIN 120 NM ALONG THE COAST OF
SOUTH AMERICA S OF 5N TO THE EQUATOR.

...DISCUSSION...

GULF OF MEXICO...
A NARROWING HIGH AMPLITUDE UPPER RIDGE EXTENDS FROM MEXICO N
ACROSS TEXAS TO OVER THE CENTRAL PLAIN STATES COVERING THE W
GULF W OF A LINE FROM SE LOUISIANA TO THE BAY OF CAMPECHE AND S
MEXICO NEAR VERA CRUZ. AN UPPER TROUGH COVERS THE E HALF OF THE
US INTO THE W ATLC COVERING THE E GULF WITH A SHORTWAVE
EXTENDING FROM THE FLORIDA PANHANDLE NEAR PANAMA CITY SW TO NEAR
23N92W. THIS UPPER TROUGH IS SUPPORTING...AT 0900 UTC...A 1011
MB SURFACE LOW NEAR 27N90W AND A STATIONARY FRONT EXTENDING
ACROSS FLORIDA FROM THE W ATLC NEAR TAMPA ALONG 29N86W TO THE
1011 MB LOW. SCATTERED SHOWERS/ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE FROM
26N-30N E OF 90W TO JUST INLAND OVER THE FLORIDA PENINSULA.
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND POSSIBLE ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE S OF
26N E OF 88W TO OVER THE FLORIDA KEYS AND FLORIDA STRAITS. THE
THE UPPER LEVEL FEATURES ARE ENHANCING SCATTERED SHOWERS/
ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WITHIN 75 NM ALONG THE COAST OF MEXICO IN
THE BAY OF CAMPECHE BETWEEN 94W-96W. LINES OF ISOLATED SHOWERS
ARE STREAMING INLAND OVER THE NW GULF OF W LOUISIANA AND E TEXAS
COVERING THE NW GULF WATERS N OF 26N W OF 90W. REMAINDER OF THE
GULF IS UNDER AN ABUNDANCE OF DEEP LAYER MOISTURE...ISOLATED
SHOWERS ARE POSSIBLE.

CARIBBEAN SEA...
AN UPPER RIDGE IS ANCHORED IN THE CENTRAL CARIBBEAN NEAR 17N80W
DOMINATES THE AREA W OF 68W WHILE A SECOND UPPER RIDGE ANCHORED
IN THE W TROPICAL ATLC COVERS THE E CARIBBEAN. THE MOST DOMINATE
SURFACE FEATURE IS THE TROPICAL WAVE. THERE IS ABUNDANCE OF DEEP
LAYERED MOISTURE ACROSS MOST OF THE CARIBBEAN WITH CLUSTERS OF
SCATTERED SHOWERS/ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS IN THE SW CARIBBEAN S
OF 12N W OF 76W TO INLAND OVER W PANAMA TO NICARAGUA. THE E
CARIBBEAN E OF 70W IS UNDER STRONG SUBSIDENCE AND DRY STABLE
AIR...THUS MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES THIS MORNING.

ATLANTIC OCEAN...
AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH DIPS OVER THE N PORTION OF THE DISCUSSION
AREA TO NEAR 26N W OF 60W SUPPORTING A COLD FRONT ENTERING THE
AREA NEAR 32N59W SW TO 28N63W WHERE IT BECOMES STATIONARY ALONG
28N76W THEN ACROSS FLORIDA NEAR DAYTONA BEACH INTO THE GULF OF
MEXICO. SCATTERED SHOWERS/ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE FROM
23N-31N W OF 73W TO THE COAST OF THE FLORIDA PENINSULA.
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND POSSIBLE ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE WITHIN
75 NM EITHER SIDE OF THE REMAINING FRONTAL BOUNDARY. A WEAKENING
UPPER TROUGH IS OVER THE CENTRAL ATLC EXTENDING THROUGH 32N46W
SW TO AN UPPER LOW NEAR 25N51W TO 20N56W. AN UPPER TROUGH IS
OVER THE E ATLC EXTENDING FROM AN UPPER LOW OFF THE COAST OF
MOROCCO ACROSS THE CANARY ISLANDS TO A SECOND UPPER LOW NEAR
17N34W TO NEAR 10N37W. AN UPPER RIDGE IS ANCHORED IN THE TROPICS
NEAR 14N52W WITH AN UPPER RIDGE EXTENDING E TO OVER THE E
CARIBBEAN AND ENHANCING THE TILT OF THE TROPICAL WAVE JUST TO
THE W. A SURFACE RIDGE DOMINATES THE CENTRAL AND E ATLC E OF 55W
ANCHORED BY A 1030 MB HIGH JUST NE OF THE AZORES.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT
HTTP://WWW.HURRICANES.GOV/MARINE

$$
PAW
Quoting aquak9:
g'morning all.

Ike, granny, Aussie, CI, gambler...et al...

lifts coffee cup, nods head.

lifts tea mug... nods back. Mornin'
Assuming this data isn't inaccurate TCHP has dropped dramatically. Weird...I don't think Alex was strong enough to cause that much of a drop. Can anyone clarify on this?


June 26:


July 2 (latest image):
Quoting aquak9:
g'morning all.

Ike, granny, Aussie, CI, gambler...et al...

lifts coffee cup, nods head.
Good morning to you too.
Morning guys and gals!

Alot of you called for the new invest and the NHC heard! LOL.

Coffee time!!!
1589. aquak9
Terra- good morning- someone posted a TCHP map last night, looked like it had recovered pretty quickly.
But I like yours better.

Quick look-over of 96L, rainbow...I don't see an LLC yet. Mid and upper might be better stacked but they ain't aligned yet.

Clusterstorms poopin' up here and there, I don't think it's decided yet where to get it's feet wet at.
1590. P451
Good Morning all.

Here's a 12 hour loop of the basin. 30 minute increments. color enhanced water vapor. Ending 715am et.



Your dry/moist boundary is the cyan/light green colors.

1591. WxLogic
Good Morning...
96L is popping good.


morning Aqua
1594. aquak9
reading back, I see some folks did mention the Dean/Felix resemblance, path only.

Could see a TD within 24 hours, I suppose.
1595. P451
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Here's an article describing long term averages for tropical activity in July from TWC...

Typical July Atlantic Tropical Activity

I have a feeling this July may be Atypical
Good morning.... I was looking at some of the different imagery... Is my assumption correct that a majority of the convection is found the the west of 96L and just received a flare up to the south of the COC? I use coc sparingly since I'm not sure if the circulation is closed as of yet...

The Tampa Bay Area is already looking pretty tropical. Continuous rain with minimal thunder, almost no wind and at least in Pinellas County some flooding. One thing that always puzzles me is when you have two steering currents, like for 96L, one going NE and the other NW, which will the system take? Anyone who knows please comment on this.
Quoting aquak9:
reading back, I see some folks did mention the Dean/Felix resemblance, path only.

Could see a TD within 24 hours, I suppose.
Good morning.Dean was a long-track CV system,Felix developed just NE of Trinidad, but this invest certainly does bear close watching,especially if it heads into the GOM/very heavy rain & gusty wind here in Grand Cayman last night
Quoting JLPR2:
The CMC seems to be spinning up the area near 35W


East of the Antilles here:


If that were to happen it would be the first storm to form in the Atlantic
look like a east coast storm to.
Good morning everyone. This shot is from the lantana bridge taken a few minutes ago. They normally launch the fireworks from a barge but this year they will b launching from on shore due to economic reasons. Unfortunately the rain chance is at 70 percent though were hoping for a break come showtime.



Happy 4th of July! Go USA!
lol new blog.
ahhhhh,fully expected a new born 96L this morning!!!,Happy fourth of July everyone!!!!!!,I'm expecting 96L to impact SWFL's weather mid-late week,its allready been one soggy weekend looks like the moisture train is going to be aimed at my area today as well...
wow so close but out of time.