This is 92L moving across Puerto Rico.
Good radar Mike put up on www.spaghettimodels.com
Rudimentary baby rain bands.
40 MPH winds in squalls.
Lacks a defined circulation.
Low chances still tonight of 20%ish...
Showing these first as it's a system getting little press.
It's Hermine all the time 24/7
Yes Hermine is looping as forecast.
But unless NHC forecast wrong...
..forecast to stay out at sea.
Only minimal rain bands coming ashore.
Time will tell on that one..
Why is it on the back burner?
Models don't like it.
Again models didn't like the wave that became Earl.
They liked the wave that died.
So let's watch it in real time.
It's got tracks that could affect our part of the world
New wave introduced.
No floater up yet.
Will post if they make it an Invest.
Know it's there.
Think NHC needs to lift that yellow balloon a bit...
...based on current trajectory but will see what they do tomorrow.
Biggest problem with Hermine tonight is she's sneaky.
Up in this part of the world as a not so tropical storm..
..her stronger weather is on the West side.
Closer to land.
Frustrating storm to forecast.
She hasn't been a team player.
Hermine models below:
See where Hermine is tomorrow.
That's it. Just a brief update to remind you ...
..Invest 92L is out there with 40 mph winds.
But no circulation.
Interesting that it maintains intensity and moves en masse.
Hard to believe that's just the way it goes.
You'd think something is keeping it together
As always time will tell.
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Ps Again put your zipcode into a browser with NWS often..
..if you are near Hermine.
11213 + NWS =
It's easy to stay informed on the storm :)