Invest 92L Could Become a Tropical Storm near Northeast Caribbean

   Posted by Levi at 7:04pm on July 27, 2020


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  • MB says:

    Thanks Levi for such a detailed explanation and breakdown. You are a treasure and we all appreciate your generously sharing your knowledge with us. Thanks for keeping me sane during hurricane season each year!

    • Kim A Nielsen says:

      I second that..I look forward to your daily briefings. Levi you make it easy to understand these systems. Thanks so much,

  • Hglman says:

    I have a question, is it possible for both lobes/foci of an elliptical wave like this to both develop into cyclones which then orbit (Fujiwhara effect) each other?

    • Levi says:

      It’s unlikely when they are so close together like this. Even in actual Fujiwara cases, if two TCs were this close, one would merge into the other instead of staying separate.

  • J.O. says:

    Thank you for this. Incredibly interesting and informative.

  • Brian says:

    Just wanted to add my thanks as well. Your videos are excellent and the detailed explanations fascinating!

  • Mark Chance says:

    Big nothing burger until it passes lesser antilles

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