2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season Discussion #20A (Special Update)

By: NCHurricane2009 , 5:37 PM GMT on June 13, 2015

...SATURDAY JUNE 13 2015 1:37 PM EDT...
The disturbed weather in the western Carribean Sea...supported by upper divergence on the southeast flank of the upper vortex currently in the Gulf of Mexico...has seen a significant increase in showers and thunderstorms overnight and has developed a surface trough. This disturbance has been upgraded to Invest 91-L on the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) site of the US Navy. If current trends continue I will be upgrading this system to a special feature on my next full blog update late tonight. Regardless of development...the Yucatan Peninsula of southeastern Mexico can expect heavier weather to move in over the next day or so...and eastern Texas and western Louisiana can expect the arrival of enhanced tropical moisture by 96 to 120 hours (4 to 5 days).


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