4 waves to watch

By: tropicfreak , 8:44 PM GMT on September 27, 2006

We need to watch those 4 waves. Any of them could develop. First one is a Non-tropical low that could develop and become tropical but proabably not a threat to land. Second is an old front just off the eastern coast of Florida and could develop and be a threat to bermuda but proabably not the east coast. Third is in the GOM. This is the one that we really need to watch closly. It could develop and cross Florida. Fourth is just east of the Lessler Antilies and it could develop and be a threat to land.





I'll update my blog later this evening.






Tropicfreak


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4. tropicfreak
12:04 AM GMT on October 06, 2006
They look orgainized
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3. philliesrock
10:35 PM GMT on October 03, 2006
None of these should develop. They are either under high shear or are poorly organized.
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2. tropicfreak
9:21 PM GMT on October 03, 2006
I posted it at 5:18 sorry for the title at he top of the page, I don't know how to delete it.
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Live in Richmond VA. I'm a recent high school graduate who is looking to pursue a career in meteorology. Winter storms and the tropics fascinate me.