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Tropical Tropical Storm Don (1 Viewer)

ForsythSnow

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Seemingly out of nowhere, we have this system. Up to 20/40, And the CMC has a storm, while the GFS and Euro have a weak low. This could be a system we were tracking earlier, but I lost track of if it was. If it was the last thread that we called a dead storm, then this thread should merge with it. Won't be around to track it between Monday evening and Friday afternoon, so if it forms I will make the wiki page this weekend. Also if it does, if we were tracking it, the GFS and/or CMC would wiki dependant on which fantasy storm it was.

It is heading for the Carribean, and is modeled weak relatively except for a few other models.
 
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I figure this would happen. Man whether it forms or not, im very bored Lol. Let have some fun
 
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TD5 on the way!
182400 1103N 05219W 9771 00299 0110 +231 +222 350020 020 /// /// 03
182430 1102N 05217W 9773 00293 0105 +235 +215 333021 021 /// /// 03
182500 1102N 05216W 9773 00289 0101 +240 +216 321020 021 /// /// 03
182530 1101N 05214W 9768 00292 0098 +243 +218 304020 020 /// /// 03
182600 1101N 05212W 9768 00293 0098 +244 +223 284016 020 /// /// 03
182630 1101N 05211W 9774 00288 0100 +243 +226 234019 022 /// /// 03
182700 1101N 05209W 9757 00309 //// +225 //// 216034 040 /// /// 05
182730 1100N 05207W 9778 00296 //// +212 //// 200034 038 /// /// 05
 
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The envelope of earth-relative westerlies, aided in large part by the passage of a weak CCKW and the southwesterlies on the equatorward side of the monsoon trough, is extremely impressive w/ 95L... It's certainly not out of the realm of possibility this could be upgraded to a tropical storm given that the system is moving at about 15 knots to the W-WNW and the winds on the weak side of the circulation were 20-25 knots...
 

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Hopefully this thing comes into the southeast as a tropical storm and changes the hot and dry pattern NC and SC are in. A storm like Beryl from 1994 would get the job done
 
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Don could moist up the low behind it to become a storm as well. Boy if the low behind Don would form, talk about a monster storm. Look how large and broad the structure is
 

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