Watching Both Pieces of Chantal’s Remnants and Another Upper Low in the Bahamas

   Posted by Levi at 11:48pm on July 11, 2013

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  • Stefanie says:

    Thank you for the updates. It’s extremely informative. Living in South Florida, I always pay close attention to the tropics.

  • Dave P. says:

    The CMC shows a storm or Hurricane coming into S.Texas in 7-8 days.Originating from the the Yucatan channel.Whats your take on that?

    • Levi says:

      That storm comes from the upper low I mentioned in the central Atlantic. The CMC typically develops almost anything, so it’s not really a significant concern unless other global models start showing the same thing. As I said though, the system should be watched.

  • Harry Cane says:

    Thaks Levi, I am also a South Floridian and look for informative news about the tropics, I’m glad your giving up your knowledge to a public starving for information. Please keep up the great work!!

  • EagleHarbotZig says:

    Thanks Levi, great report. If both portions of the old Chantal develop, how would they re-name the storms? First one Chantal, second one Dorian?

  • Andrew says:

    Thanks Levi. It’s nice to get your insights free of the drama in other forums.

  • Anonymous says:

    If the wave gets in the southern gulf and develops where would it go? Any possible threats to the Houston area?

    • Levi says:

      Too hard to say before knowing where development occurs, if it ever does. Right now chances are low but something to keep a wary eye on.

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