Discussion in 'Tropical Weather' started by Snowfan, Sep 3, 2018.
Just got designated.
This one has trouble written all over it too.... hope I'm wrong but have a feeling we are going to be hurricane weary by the end of Sept
Already am ... and nothin's happened ... yet ...
This is gonna be the one way more likely to reach the US
This or that ... it's written in water vapor as though it were vapor stone ...
Link too far big to upload, but ... http://tropic.ssec.wisc.edu/real-ti...l_colors&prod=natl×pan=120hrs&anim=anigf
here is the latest track guidance for 92L.. that ECMF if it verifies could be the one to watch as far as getting in the GOM
here is the GFS at hr 300 for 92L then it has it OTS
GFS takes this into SW Florida at 360 hours after running near the Northern Caribbean islands
this thing may be a sleeper with Florence dominating the buzz but the 12z GFS has a strengthening hurricane approaching the Caribbean in a week
Yeah this could be a problem down the road. Unfortunately, it's going to be one of those storms that could develop rapidly and take aim at the Caribbean. Where it will go is a week too early to say.
Fantasy land GFS turns it north east of the Bahamas after going really close to PR and has yet another blocking high at the end of the run
Up to 70/90 now.
another Puerto Rico hurricane on the 18z GFS and then into Hispanola
Looks like it then follows Florence once she's OTS
But then hauls arse in a direction it should ...
Going to have go watch this one too and the one behind it as well !!
... and in other news ... NOooooo ...
Seems like that track is a result of where Florence ends up. Maybe a weakness left behind?
Caribbean cruiser on the 12z Euro. That would be an issue.
No - snakey ...
it's gonna bite someone ...
Disdain IMBY stuff, but candidly, this little bugger (92 L ... the lower one) has a few oak trees, and me, slightly concerned ...
looking hot on satellite and its a hurricane in the Caribbean again on the Euro
This ant 93L are at 90/90 this morning. Which will be which name or number first?