93L organizing; Will bring Caribbean islands rain

By: weatherwatcher12, 2:57 AM GMT on June 24, 2010

Hello all.Even though the National Hurricane Center is calling 93L disorganized according to the latest satellite imagery it looks to be coming together and the pressure has dropped by 1 millibar, but it still has a long way to go.The convection associated with 93L is displaced from the center which was last reported to be at 70N and 79.5W according to the BEST position: 170N, 795W, 25, 1009Also according to the BEST position and the website tropical Atlantic the ...

Updated: 2:59 AM GMT on June 24, 2010

93L a threat to develop slowly

By: weatherwatcher12, 3:44 AM GMT on June 23, 2010

Hello everyone, this is my first blog post so I hope you enjoy it.Although convection seems to be minimal one should not count out 93L. According to Cimss 850mb vorticity, which measures how much rotation there is about 5000 feet above the atmosphere, it shows that there is a strengthening area of vorticity between Haiti and Jamaica, although it is broad. This could indicate the beginning of the formation of a LLC which 93L has yet to achieve. But, the area of vorti...

Updated: 4:31 PM GMT on June 23, 2010

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