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Heavy rains from 93L move into the Dominican Republic

By: Dr. Jeff Masters, 9:53 PM GMT on September 22, 2008

Tropical disturbance 93L continues to dump torrential rains on Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the eastern Dominican Republic. The storm is being blamed for four deaths in Puerto Rico--two from drowning, and two from heart attacks. The southeastern county of Patillas recorded 24 inches of rain in 24 hours. The Rio Gurabo River rose 25 feet in just 12 hours today, peaking at just over 30 feet high--12 feet over flood stage. This broke the record flood set in 1998 during Hurricane Georges at this station (Figure 1).


Figure 1. Height of the Rio Gurabo River in southeast Puerto Rico during the passage of 93L on September 22, 2008. The river rose from a height of five feet to 30 feet in just 12 hours. Image credit: U.S. Geological Survey. To see an interactive map of stream flow data, use the wundermap for Puerto Rico, and turn on the "USGS River Height" layer.

Data from the Hurricane Hunters, Dominican Republic radar, and visible satellite loops indicate that the center of 93L has tracked west-northwest along the north coast of the Dominican Republic today, just inland. The storm does appear to have a closed low-level circulation, and a limited (but increasing) amount of heavy thunderstorm activity near the center. Wind shear of 15-20 knots due to strong upper-level westerly winds is keeping most of 93L's heavy thunderstorm activity well south and east of the storm. These thunderstorms will continue to bring up to eight inches of rain to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands through Tuesday night. The Hurricane Hunters found a large area of winds in the 30-35 mph range, and one could argue that this is already a tropical depression. However, unless the center pops off the coast in the next 12 hours, the storm could get significantly disrupted by Hispaniola, and NHC is waiting to see how this land interaction goes before naming it a tropical depression.

Here's NHC's latest take on 93L:

special tropical disturbance statement
445 PM EDT Mon Sep 22 2008

Reports from an Air Force Reserve hurricane hunter aircraft and surface observations indicate that the broad low pressure area...currently located over the eastern Dominican Republic...is becoming better defined. However...the associated showers and thunderstorms are poorly organized at this time due to upper-level westerly winds. Conditions are expected to become more favorable for development... and the center of the low is expected to move into the Atlantic north of the Dominican Republic during the next 24 hours. Therefore...this system could become a tropical depression at any time as it moves slowly northwestward over the next couple of days. Regardless of whether or not this system becomes a tropical depression...it will continue to produce very heavy rainfall over Puerto Rico...the U.S. And British Virgin Islands...and the Dominican Republic through Monday. These rains could cause life-threatening flash floods and mudslides.

Interests in Puerto Rico...the U.S. And British Virgin Islands...the Dominican Republic...Haiti...the Turks and Caicos Islands...and the southeastern Bahamas should monitor the progress of this system and any products issued by their respective weather forecast offices.

Expect heavy rains of up to 10-15 inches to affect the eastern Dominican Republic today through Wednesday from this slow moving storm. Since most of 93L's heavy thunderstorm activity is on its east side, it currently appears that Haiti and the southeastern Bahamas will see less rain, perhaps 3-6 inches.

The intensity forecast
Wind shear is marginal for development, about 15-20 knots. Shear is forecast to drop to 5-10 knots Tuesday and Wednesday which should allow 93L to intensify into a 50-60 mph tropical storm. There is a window of opportunity for it to reach Category 1 hurricane strength before Friday, when it crosses north of Virginia (assuming it doesn't make landfall in North or South Carolina). Wind shear is forecast to increase to 15-20 knots and water temperatures will cool below 26°C on Friday, which should induce weakening.

The track forecast
The models agree on a slow west-northwesterly motion for 93L today, with a turn to the northwest or north-northwest on Tuesday. An extratropical storm is expected to develop off the coast of South Carolina by Wednesday, and five of our six reliable models predict that 93L and the extratropical storm will rotate cyclonically around a common center (the Fujiwhara effect), sending 93L hurtling into the U.S. East Coast on Friday somewhere between North Carolina and Massachusetts. The outlier is the UKMET model, which predicts that 93L will absorb the energy that would have gone into creating the extratropical low. This might convert 93L into a hybrid subtropical storm that would affect the coast of North and South Carolina late this week with sustained winds in the 50-60 mph range. Considering that we are trying to forecast a complicated interaction between two storms that have yet to form, the current model forecasts for 93L are highly uncertain. Residents along the entire U.S. East Coast from Georgia to Maine should anticipate the possibility of a strong tropical storm affecting them by Friday.

Links to follow
Dominican Republic radar
Puerto Rico radar
San Juan, Puerto Rico weather

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Quoting kmanislander:
Good morning all

Well, another day and 93L is still doing what it has been doing since Sunday night, refusing to go N or NNW.

Finally, the NHC has accepted that as the discussion no longer refers to 93L moving away from Hispaniola to the NNW but now simply says moving away. This has befuddled me for well over a day now. Unfortunately, 93L does not seem in any hurry to do so.

If there is any circulation still remaining on the N coast of the DR ( and I have never believed it was that far N )it seems clear now that the area of very deep convection S of the island is attempting to set up a new low center.

This was a scenario I suggested from Sunday as being a possibility with a center reformation.

Quikscat missed that area this morning but buoy 42058 to the W of the blob is showing winds from the NNW. That suggests a new surface low possibly forming S of the DR.

We will have to see how this unfolds during the next 6 to 8 hrs .


It appears to me 93L is still on the track it was yesterday WNW. I had the center moving into the Bay of Samana (even a blind squirrel finds a nut). It now appears to be inland South of Nagua. There is a heavily westward bias in it's direction. If there is a northern component it's De minimus. Shear seems to be dissipating on it's west side, so I think (even being over land) it's 'large' center should be more defined this afternoon.
Quoting Orcasystems:
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Morning and thanks Orca.
With respect to the NHC, I think they are fairly confident in the final fate of 93L. If it were moving at 10 or 15mph to the west it would concern me a little more but, it hasn't moved much in the past 18 hours. S, N, E, W? Waiting around to get punted by the trough that will eventually come through?
Just updated my blog about 93L's future paths,if anyone would like to read or leave a comment feel free!!!!!
1006. Vero1
Quoting Tazmanian:
995. IceSlater 6:39 AM PDT on September 23, 2008
19.8 69.2? What in the world is there? LOL



you ask me LOL i dont see any thing there
BROAD AREA OF LOW PRESSURE IS ANALYZED AS A 1008 MB LOW ALONG
THE N COAST OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC NEAR 19N70W CONTINUES TO
BRING HEAVY RAINS TO PUERTO RICO..
Surfmom, if those models are right.. you might want to go and give those lessons to Presslord pretty soon.
Good afternoon from Spain!

Today morning we have recorded very nice rainfalls along the southern Andalusia. Rains have given by the Portugal's storm remnants, in a very interesting situation.

260

Thanks!
1009. Mikla
Latest average of all models that are less than 6 hours old:

Quoting stillwaiting:
Just updated my blog about 93L's future paths,if anyone would like to read or leave a comment feel free!!!!!
Nice update stillwaiting. It will be interesting to see where he ends out going - today we should have a better feel for his direction - we hope!
Quoting Tazmanian:
93L is now called the joker its pulling a fay



fay was the same way dont you re call???


Yep.
Hey good morning everyone.

It has been awhile.
My thoughts on 93L is that it isn't going to do much. I'm relieved seeing the model consensus wants to shoot it due north possibly hitting the northeastern sea board.
We definitely don't want it drifting W as someone else pointed climatology definitely favors the western Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico.

- Rob
Hey good morning everyone.

It's been awhile.
My thoughts on 93L is that it isn't going to do much. I'm relieved seeing the model consensus wants to shoot it due north possibly hitting the northeastern sea board.
We definitely don't want it drifting W as someone else pointed climatology definitely favors the western Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico.

- Rob
Low Level Convergence Analisys by CMISS confirms that the center is still on the North coast of the DR.

Quoting conchygirl:
Nice update stillwaiting. It will be interesting to see where he ends out going - today we should have a better feel for his direction - we hope!



weeeeeeee'll be waiting (for a definate direction).....thanks for reading..
This may be off-topic.
Alaska and perhaps the Pacific Northwest could see significant weather systems, perhaps damaging winds come early October.
Last year a similar pattern was in place over the far Western Pacific throughout the entire Central Pacific Basin to about 165 W. A very deep low bombed near 135 W, 39 N bottoming out in the 965mb range. Luckily that low never moved inside of 131 W and it turned north towards northern Vancouver Island. The 500mb trough axis was too far offshore thus as the low pressure rapidly intensified it pulled the low around the base of the trough shooting it NE-N away from the Oregon and Washington Coasts. Models over the past few days have been consistently projecting a strengthening jet upwards of 180kts around the Aleutians, but remaining well west of 150 W. When the transient ridging-flat ridge-weak rex block pattern we are in now breaks which I believe could be by mid-week next week the jet should be geared up somewhat around 140kts.
I noticed a very vigorous and deep low over northern Japan around 978mb now with another out ahead of it forecast to deepen to around 975-980mb. Either of these will be in a favorable environment to lower into the 967-973mb range. Of course this is well west of the date-line 180 W, for now. By the time the pattern breaks we may need to watch out come October 4th-8th for possible strong cyclogensis to occur inside of 140-150 W which depending on the position of the 500mb trough axis could have a great impact on the Pacific Northwest. If the 500mb trough axis is near 128-130W LOOK OUT!
1017. WxLogic
Current Update:

All right so finally we got our 12Z steering flow update and Shear.

I'll start with the trough digging trough the SE US states. I'm not impress with the energy associated with it. Yes it will spin a slow but I will doubt it will be too strong. Also dry air is noted in the Bahama region.

Now the latest steering flow shows a more W component to the currents than before. I also has a closed system in the SW DR area towards Haiti... could be indications that our COC could indeed be materializing towards the south as we have been expecting.

Wind Shear to the N of 93L still present with at 20+ knots and is a bit worst than 3HR ago. Interesting to also note... it now shows an anticycle above 93L on the southern part of DR.

So far I'm still calling for a W track and for NHC to find a better circulation to the south of DR once the HH arrive later today to this area.

If 93L does intensify then I will start seeing a more N component to the track.

Link

Link
1016. AtmosphericWrath 1:57 PM GMT on September 23, 2008

Luckily that low never moved inside of 131 W and is turned north towards northern Vancouver Island.


Umm lucky for whom? I assume not me?
1019. WxLogic
Quoting Cazatormentas:
Good afternoon from Spain!

Today morning we have recorded very nice rainfalls along the southern Andalusia. Rains have given by the Portugal's storm remnants, in a very interesting situation.

260

Thanks!


Definitely the whole World is experiencing unique events... seems to be a year of changes.
Presslord....mail
Quoting Orcasystems:
1016. AtmosphericWrath 1:57 PM GMT on September 23, 2008

Luckily that low never moved inside of 131 W and is turned north towards northern Vancouver Island.


Umm lucky for whom? I assume not me?


I'm from near Portland, Oregon... Luckily for us. It was October 12, 1962 where we had the great Columbus Day Storm. Any time models spit out #'s in the 960's we really pay attention. Very often they do turn northeast moving over the Queen Charlotte Islands to the northern tip of Vancouver Island.
1022. FLDART1

click image for more pictures....
Good Morning all from Baytown TX.
Dominican Republic radar gives the impression of a CoC of sorts that has moved inland and moving West. Could just be the way I'm seeing it though.
Hole?
Quoting stillwaiting:
Just updated my blog about 93L's future paths,if anyone would like to read or leave a comment feel free!!!!!


I know everyone has their opinion to forecast, but the upper levels by the end of the week will not allow for a westward moving system. The Nor'easter near the Carolinas along with a very deep trough will kick 93 out to sea eventually. Take a look at 200 mb and 500 mb on Friday. The GFS has been very consistent run to run with the trough along the eastern seaboard.

Link
Quoting AtmosphericWrath:


I'm from near Portland, Oregon... Luckily for us. It was October 12, 1962 where we had the great Columbus Day Storm. Any time models spit out #'s in the 960's we really pay attention. Very often they do turn northeast moving over the Queen Charlotte Islands to the northern tip of Vancouver Island.


Portland.. one of my favourite places :) Retired Canadian Navy, loved the Rose Festival every year. Mind you, was not crazy about Mt Saint Helens covering us in a foot of Ash.

I have relatives who live there and work for Intel.

That being said..I live in Victoria.. and you can keep your weather.. I don't want it :)
1027. MahFL
I think the COC is over DR, it's not very distince yet though.
1028. Engine2
The COC is most likely over DR but the MLC is further south. Lets see which one wins out.
1029. bcn
Quoting Cazatormentas:
Good afternoon from Spain!

Today morning we have recorded very nice rainfalls along the southern Andalusia. Rains have given by the Portugal's storm remnants, in a very interesting situation.



Thanks!


Look at this. A nice water transfer from Caribean to Spain, across two lows.



Loop here
Quoting AtmosphericWrath:
This may be off-topic.
Alaska and perhaps the Pacific Northwest could see significant weather systems, perhaps damaging winds come early October.
Last year a similar pattern was in place over the far Western Pacific throughout the entire Central Pacific Basin to about 165 W. A very deep low bombed near 135 W, 39 N bottoming out in the 965mb range. Luckily that low never moved inside of 131 W and it turned north towards northern Vancouver Island. The 500mb trough axis was too far offshore thus as the low pressure rapidly intensified it pulled the low around the base of the trough shooting it NE-N away from the Oregon and Washington Coasts. Models over the past few days have been consistently projecting a strengthening jet upwards of 180kts around the Aleutians, but remaining well west of 150 W. When the transient ridging-flat ridge-weak rex block pattern we are in now breaks which I believe could be by mid-week next week the jet should be geared up somewhat around 140kts.
I noticed a very vigorous and deep low over northern Japan around 978mb now with another out ahead of it forecast to deepen to around 975-980mb. Either of these will be in a favorable environment to lower into the 967-973mb range. Of course this is well west of the date-line 180 W, for now. By the time the pattern breaks we may need to watch out come October 4th-8th for possible strong cyclogensis to occur inside of 140-150 W which depending on the position of the 500mb trough axis could have a great impact on the Pacific Northwest. If the 500mb trough axis is near 128-130W LOOK OUT!


I'm with you. LOOK OUT Great Plains, Midwest, North East. Strange patterns not seen in some years. 115mph straight line winds, animals and insects doing uncharacteristic things. Wollyburger Caterpillars have a broad black coat already and they're abundant earlier than normal. I think winter is going to be a tough one.
Quoting kmanislander:
967. conchygirl 1:20 PM GMT on September 23, 2008

One other point to note is that the deep convection is now passing through 70W, which historically has been the tipping point for systems that did not develop before entering the Caribbean to actually do so. Thus, climatology says that the odds of 93L now becoming a TD in the Caribbean go up the further W it travels.



thanks so much for that bit of information, Kman! I always look forward to your comments.
hi again,
Sorry to ask this again, but can anyone explain why the Low of NC is not considered a tropical system?

Thanks in advance
Quoting Orcasystems:


Portland.. one of my favourite places :) Retired Canadian Navy, loved the Rose Festival every year. Mind you, was not crazy about Mt Saint Helens covering us in a foot of Ash.

I have relatives who live there and work for Intel.

That being said..I live in Victoria.. and you can keep your weather.. I don't want it :)


Ahhhh yeah 1980 wasn't a lot of fun around here. Amazing power what nature can do.
Portland isn't too bad, but really too large for my liking. British Columbia is wonderful.
We can try to keep our weather, but almost every weather system we get affects you in one way or another. Whether it's a warm front, cold front, pressure gradient, it is nearly inevitable. Now if it isn't too much to ask I would like some Arctic fronts to drive south from Ft. Nelson and blasting across the Canadian/Washington border. Ohhhhh I can't wait for late Fall through Winter :-)

- Rob
Quoting StormW:
Looks like that Nor'easter may be taking shape near 32.5N;77.0W


Are those number right Storm? I don't even see a cloud there. Thats right over Miss Nadia right?
Quoting teckchick:
hi again,
Sorry to ask this again, but can anyone explain why the Low of NC is not considered a tropical system?

Thanks in advance


It is not a warm-core system. It is a low pressure system with extra-tropical characteristics.
Quoting StormW:
Looks like that Nor'easter may be taking shape near 32.5N;77.0W


Looks like 93l is running from it instead of meeting up with it.
Quoting StormW:
Looks like that Nor'easter may be taking shape near 32.5N;77.0W


Could you point out what you're seeing please. I'm completely ignorant on the subject and just curious what I'm missing. I'd like to be able to watch it develop but I'm clueless.
TIA
1040. WxLogic
Quoting StormW:
Looks like that Nor'easter may be taking shape near 32.5N;77.0W


Indeed... guess we'll see how strong it gets.
1041. BmoreJJ
Can anybody confirm a possible nor' easter off the coasts of MD, DE, NJ, NY, or MA?
Weather here is going down hill fast. Still hard to believe they are calling it a nor'easter...must also have something to do with the 68 degreee temps today.

Thanks for answering my question. :)
All this talk of winter and the fact that Central Florida should start seeing 60's at night soon is odd since we are still following tropical developments.
Quoting BmoreJJ:
Can anybody confirm a possible nor' easter off the coasts of MD, DE, NJ, NY, or MA?


See post 1031
Quoting BmoreJJ:
Can anybody confirm a possible nor' easter off the coasts of MD, DE, NJ, NY, or MA?


If stormW said it, you don't need confirmation.. thats whats going to happen.
Quoting StormW:
1033. teckchick 10:16 AM EDT on September 23, 2008
hi again,
Sorry to ask this again, but can anyone explain why the Low of NC is not considered a tropical system?

Thanks in advance


Because it's associated with a frontal trof. It's what we call a Baroclinic feature...meaning basically it derives it's energy and strength from differences in temperature and pressure gradients, and are cold core, meaning the center is colder than the atmosphere surrounding it. Tropical systems are Barotropic, in that they derive their energy from unfiorm temperature distribution, and are not associated with fronts. Tropical systems are warm core, meaning the center is warmer than the atmosphere that surrounds them.


Yup... The core/atmospheric conditions are colder by nature as you go from the surface to 500mb(upper levels). A non-tropical system/mid latitude cyclones circulation also is not of the same nature or spins in the same direction as a tropical/TD/Hurricane does.
This system will likely comprise itself of a warm front/cold front with the low pressure core associated near northern extent of the cold front.
Also the wind field/pressure gradient is entirely different.

- Rob
1048. NEwxguy
this could get very interesting this week for us up here,depending on what happens with 93l,we could get a one two punch from a cold core system and then a tropical system,don't ever remember that happening up here before,but will have to wait and see,still too many ifs with 93l
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I commend you all for your great community spirit and have made several contributions to the good causes here.

Now back to lurking..... Thanks for all the great info.
Quoting StormW:
1038. PcolaDan 10:21 AM EDT on September 23, 2008
Quoting StormW:
Looks like that Nor'easter may be taking shape near 32.5N;77.0W


Could you point out what you're seeing please. I'm completely ignorant on the subject and just curious what I'm missing. I'd like to be able to watch it develop but I'm clueless.
TIA


Go here, and zoom in on the co-ordinates

IR2 LOOP



Storm, are you seeing a little wiggle in low level clouds? I am also trying to see what you see. thanks
Quoting Cazatormentas:
Good afternoon from Spain!

Today morning we have recorded very nice rainfalls along the southern Andalusia. Rains have given by the Portugal's storm remnants, in a very interesting situation.

260

Thanks!



Nice graphic - thanks for the post.
Living on the coast of NC, we often get Nor'easters, and tropical systems. I am having more wind today than we did with Hannah a couple of weeks ago. I always thoughts Nor'easters were more common during the winter.
BTW, you guys know your weather, I enjoy reading what you say.
Here's Fay. Hit play. LOL

http://flhurricane.com/imageanimator.php?47
1055. Engine2
Yea one way or another we are either under the gun from a cold core or both.
Quoting nolesjeff:


Storm, are you seeing a little wiggle in low level clouds? I am also trying to see what you see. thanks


Based on Storm's IR link I definitely see defined movement in this location. The low clouds perhaps some mid-level are pushing back to the W-WSW.
1057. NEwxguy
Quoting teckchick:
Living on the coast of NC, we often get Nor'easters, and tropical systems. I am having more wind today than we did with Hannah a couple of weeks ago. I always thoughts Nor'easters were more common during the winter.
BTW, you guys know your weather, I enjoy reading what you say.


some of our worst nor'easter's here in the northeast have come in October and November
I hear that Storm, i think i see it. thanks again

...then, I could be seeing things (you know...when ya get old...your eyes go.)

Thanks. Think I see it now. Just had to figure out which of the 3 lenses to use.
Here's FAY. Hit Play. LOLLink

Sorry for the double, forgot to link first time. :)
Quoting teckchick:
hi again,
can anyone explain why the Low of NC is not considered a tropical system?

Thanks in advance


http://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/subtropical.asp
Quoting NEwxguy:


some of our worst nor'easter's here in the northeast have come in October and November


Are you having a lot of wind there today? The ocean is rolling.
Quoting Engine2:
Yea one way or another we are either under the gun from a cold core or both.


E-2, 10-20?
Winds are 13/25 here in New Bern, NC. Definitely see the trees dancing about and the clouds just racing by from my window seat here...
1065. NEwxguy
Quoting teckchick:


Are you having a lot of wind there today? The ocean is rolling.


not yet,its beautiful up here right now,not expecting anything until thursday night
Quoting Elena85Vet:
Here's FAY. Hit Play. LOLLink

Sorry for the double, forgot to link first time. :)
Interesting Elena.
Quoting HIEXPRESS:


http://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/subtropical.asp


thanks for that link, reading it made sense.
1068. NEwxguy
anyone seen Tampa lately?
Quoting NEwxguy:
anyone seen Tampa lately?
He was here this morning and working on updates.
1070. NEwxguy
Quoting conchygirl:
He was here this morning and working on updates.


thanks,haven't seen him in a while
1071. BmoreJJ
Thanks, coast of Carolina. Any idea when it will clear out of that region?
Quoting conchygirl:
Interesting Elena.


Yeah, I was looking for a different RADAR loop out of DR so I could see the west side of the storm. The one in PuntaCana doesn't have good resolution anymore and is quickly loosing sensitivity at long range. I thought it was 93l at first. Then had to do a double take.
Am I seeing things or is an eye forming in invest 93?
Still looking for moving north...
Link
1075. voortex
can definitly see a vortex wsw of the punta cana radar site
Quoting BmoreJJ:
Thanks, coast of Carolina. Any idea when it will clear out of that region?


Forecasters here are saying that we will be having rough weather throughout the weekend.
1077. Engine2
Is it me or does it seem as if the northern batch of convection (where the coc is said to be) is pulling away from the southern convection?
Link

NEW BLOG
1079. BmoreJJ
Quoting teckchick:


Forecasters here are saying that we will be having rough weather throughout the weekend.


Damn, guess I will not be doing any deep sea fishing this weekend.
Quoting BmoreJJ:


Damn, guess I will not be doing any deep sea fishing this weekend.


prob not, then again with our weather you just never know :)
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1083. MahFL
I think the coc is now clearly in view south of DR.