Posted by deanna on September 18, 2010, 8:27 am
....these very low, dark clouds this morning make me think something is on the way but since the last |
GOES satellite shot is 3 hours old and CNA is offline right now, it's hard to know what's happening. That last satellite signature showed lots of red blobs to the south and west of us. Here's what the early morning Tropical Weather Discussion says about this area:
LATEST GLOBAL MODEL RUNS SUGGEST A NEW LOW DEVELOPING WITHIN THE TROUGH AXIS OFF OF THE MEXICAN COAST NEAR 19N108W (we're approx. 19N/105S) DURING THE NEXT 48 HOURS. ABUNDANT MOISTURE EXISTS WITHIN THIS PORTION OF THE TROUGH...AND SOME ADDITIONAL MOISTURE FROM THE REMNANTS OF KARL COULD BECOME A PLAYER IN THE EVOLUTION OF THIS LOW. THERE IS SOME POTENTIAL FOR GRADUAL ORGANIZATION OF A LOW FROM THIS END OF THE TROUGH IN THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS.
More later if I find some clues.
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