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By: NEwxguy , 1:24 PM GMT on August 03, 2012
So this is the time of year when the carribean and US start watching the tropics more closely as the waves starting moving off African. This time of year through September is when we have the best chance for TC's to form and move west strenghtening along the way depending on the wind shear and dry air along the way.
Currently we have a very poorly organized TS Ernesto approaching the Leeward islands.Currently expected to move to the western carribean and either move into Mexico or move up into the central gulf. Still questionable how strong this will get by the time it gets to the western carribean.
We also have 90L that is just west of the African coast so we will have plenty of time to watch this one,which may move farther north than ernesto.So it is that time of year along the US coasts where all eyes will be watching closely.
Meanwhile back in our area,the heat and humidity is on right through the weekend with possible storms each afternoon.
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