Invest 97L Likely to Develop While Approaching Windward Islands on Wednesday

   Posted by Levi at 4:14pm on September 25, 2016


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  • bobby says:

    what are you using to mark on your screen, what software? Would you like to join up and make a facebook page.

  • Jdcomix says:

    Thoughts on a potential Gulf major hurricane out of this?

  • bobby says:

    What recording software do you use to record your videos?

  • Grateful says:

    Many thanks for taking the time for these vids. You are my favorite, so clear and concise. I’ll be checking you hourly (lol) from the MS Gulf Coast re 97L

  • Scott says:

    Last two Euro runs pull the system N and likely OTS, because the ULL in the E by hr 120 seems to erode the Atlantic ridge more quickly than prev modeled. Looks like GFS at 12z trended that way as well. I know that ULLs and tropical systems are very diff to model in LR but for now a small trend towards a possible escape OTS soln. If this trend of a stronger and further South cut off ULL conts it will still likely affect the Islands of the Caribbean in this scenario but not the US.

  • andre says:

    Thanks …when is the next update..

  • ossqss says:

    The would be frontal system could play a role. Rolling dice at this point. Hoping for the best.

    Not liking the set up.

  • Sergio says:

    All sailors must be very grateful
    Thanks

  • Okeetee says:

    I’m not an “expert” but it seems to me this system will hit some dry air, then some land/mountain terrain and not develop much more than what it is now! Some rain, some wind and that’s about it! If it ever hits the USA, and that’s a BIG if, it won’t be much more than another brief rain event that will blow down some twigs, branches and Pine needles!

  • Anonymous says:

    Wen can we gat the other update

  • Patrick says:

    We are preparing for the worst here on Bonaire.

  • Denis Lashley says:

    Great and precise information, am agreeing with you so far but the interference of the northern dry and dusty air mass may impact it more as it seems to be drifting south slightly. Hope the high pressure forecast north of us in Barbados will keep it south of us. Will look out for your next post.

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