Weak Tropical Waves & Signs of Change & Miami HEAT Parade
You can see the waves trying to get a roll going down south of 10 North.. the one closest to South America actually lifts up a bit and gains some latitude. Not enough and more tropical moisture works its way towards the Caribbean...although the area off of Africa is dry from Saharan Dust which is typical this time of year.
The change will be slow to occur and down the road.
Models are playing..hinting at development again around the Yucatan and any system that might form would go north towards LA and MS. Cold fronts are still moving across the plains, though they are dipping less deep these days. Feels like summer.
Mike posted this on his Facebook. It's a long shot and a long time out, but worth watching the next few model runs to see if it goes poof again.
Took a nice trip to Wilmington this weekend, I really love it there.
Some nice links to loop when you have time and save on your computer to watch the BIG picture.
Another image is from one of my favorite sites is below. You can see the Atlantic weak waves and you can see the new storm forming in the Pacific. Isn't that beautiful?
Down below the water looks like this at Wrightsville Beach, NC.
Love it :)
And...in Miami........the Miami HEAT had their victory parade today.
My son posted this picture online with the caption "reasons I love my school" (he means college, he's not used to being a college student yet...) but he is used to going to Bayside for Starbucks and having an upclose view of the parade and the Arena.
Is that cool or what?
More cool... he got to shake hands with Dwayne Wade at Story Night Club on South Beach after the game how cool is that? I think it's pretty cool. Smart kid...knew where to be at the right time...
And that it is about the tropics today... keep watching... give it a week.. or two. July will not be too soon I think for something to pop in the Atlantic side of the basin... Gulf or the Atlantic even and watch carefully close in as things tend to form when you aren't looking.