Dorian Very Healthy – Could Strengthen Down the Road as He Comes Westward

   Posted by Levi at 1:02am on July 25, 2013

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  • javier valdes says:

    good job Levi question i have is models having hard time with ull north of Caribbean?

  • Ting says:

    Levi, is there any chance Dorian will make it into the gulf of mexico?

    • Levi says:

      That’s such a long way out you can’t expect certainty on that point. My current long-range feeling is that unless Dorian weakens and slips west, the Gulf of Mexico is a rather unlikely destination. If he strengthens, a recurve into or east of the eastern seaboard seems most likely, but this is a very long-range frought with uncertainty.

  • Andrew says:

    You said before that what the A/B high does in July is a good indicator of what it will do in August and September. If that’s the case then the models would continue to weaken the troughs over the CONUS.
    Looks like I picked a bad time to come back from Thailand….

  • OssQss says:

    Let’s see what role the SAL may play in the next few days. Keep up the good work Levi!

    http://tropic.ssec.wisc.edu/real-time/salmain.php?prod=splitE&time

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