He’s not really worth mentioning. That is all.
With the lack of advancing fronts, this puppy might spin up and actually hit land. Maybe. But don’t hold your breath.
In other news, aren’t the local low temps awesome? It’s practically fall!
Invest 94L is well on her way to becoming TS Erika.
In other news, signs of a long, cold winter are all over, especially on the eastern seaboard.
The nice cool temperatures the SE United States got yesterday and today will make the invest head out to the atlantic. It might get a name, but it won’t be a big deal.
There’s a nice pretty rotation behind the wave just coming off Africa. Looks like a decent chance of it spinning up into something more fun. Guess we’ll know more this time tomorrow.
Ana died with a whimper. Claudette did too. Bill is getting big, but is only a threat to Bermuda.
There’s an un-invested area of interest just off the yucatan (about 85’W 20’N) with rotation and pressure characteristics that make it worth attention. Steering currents would send it to the central Texas coast. It likely won’t develop into much.
Wow this has been one active day. It might be easier to whine about what isn’t affected right now. Okay here we go:
Invest 91L is off Florida and tracking for New Orleans or so. Might become a TD, maybe.
TS Bill grew FAST and is well formed way off Africa in the Atlantic. You can also see the next area of interest in the wave coming off Africa now. This might become Hurricane Claudette:
So, busy day. Wonder what tomorrow will bring.
Both are currently tracking to the Gulf inside Florida. Okay, the-future-Bill will need to shift a little, but it sounds good…
TD3 to be Hurricane Bill: