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93L finally starting to organize and possibly developing a surface low WSW of Jamaica!
93L remains disorganized, but in the last few frames of the visible, the circulation WSW of Jamaica has gotten well defined. I do believe that if this is forming a surface low, a TD will be declared by tomorrow. With the conditions it's in and headed into, I see no point in continued slow organization, this is my opinion though, I could be wrong. Here's a map I made concerning what is happening with this stubborn invest.
IF indeed this is a surface low forming, I expect it to take off pretty fast as some of the models are showing. The track? let's get the low formed first, then I'll show you my thoughts on the potential track. I will say that the Gulf Coast from Texas to Florida will be at risk IF this doesn't die out in the Yucatan as the GFS suggest. Have a great day, God Bless!
- Hurricane Season 2010 - Weather Saturday, May 29 2010 12:27:40 AM
- 93L could be TS Alex by tuesday night,92L still needs to be watched as it could still form!! - Weather Monday, June 21 2010 01:19:55 PM
- Naptime over for the Atlantic Ocean! The tropics come alive, starting with 93L. - Weather Tuesday, June 22 2010 03:49:56 AM
- Tropics starting to heat up - Weather Wednesday, June 23 2010 11:39:52 AM
- "Western Pacific" like Tropical Storm Alex gradually strengthening! - Weather Saturday, June 26 2010 04:36:27 PM
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