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A writer and a tropical muse. A funky Lubavitcher who enjoys watching the weather, hurricanes, listening to music while enjoying life with a sense of humor and trying to make sense of it all!

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Invest 94L should be Dusty for All the Dust It's Running Around with ... Coastal Yellow X Compelling in a Home Grown Year

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Not much more to add to the last few posts other than for now the area off the SE coast looks worthy of an Invest. So far, no Invest but that could change fast. I'll put my thoughts out there this morning in that it has a small window of opportunity to develop. It looks more "rooted" than yesterday and yes the "rooted" is my non meteorological term I made up after years of sitting with experts discussing the slow transformation on the Water Vapor Loop from a mess or blob to an Invest to Tropical Named Entity. My words, my grammar :)

Seriously, it's there. It's stealing the thunder from the messy area of convection on the Gulfside in the NE GOM. As temperatures climb today the convection should explode there again. Should being one of those words best not used in hard data discussion. These are merely thoughts I am sharing with you regarding the possibilities of a yellow 10% circle.

Model discussion is almost not important. 
Invest 94L is so far away it doesn't really matter right now.
The Yellow X off of Savannah is moving parrallel to the coast.

The close location to the coast of many beach cities is compelling.
Normally would warrant more attention.
It should warrant more attention as this is the year of Home Grown.
Sorry Invest 94L  . . . 
Makes you look more like a fish storm for now...

So, keep watching to see if there are changes sooner rather than later.

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Note, neither are in the most favorable areas.
Both are dealing with their own devils.
A lot of shear, dry air and DUST.

Those clouds in the top left of the image above...
Are dust moving west bound with the Invest.

If this Invest gets a name they should drop the Danny 
And, name this storm Dusty.

Because it is for sure...riding with Dusty.

Besos Bobbi

Ps Thanks for reading and enjoy the music 

More if you are a Dusty fan...


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