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2019 Hurricane Season (16 Viewers)


JayF

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Increasing ensemble support for a Gulf storm late next week.

I was just looking at that. Possible target is the Louisiana Mississippi coastline. But it is way to early to get into all that just something to keep an eye on. Possible development near the Bahamas then moves into the Gulf.
 
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The previous post could potentially be very ironic in that I had a dream last night where there were literally 5 storms in the Atlantic at the same time. Ironically 1 of them formed near the Bahamas and made landfall as a hurricane in South Florida. Another one hit the Yucatán Peninsula. A third one hit the gulf coast. Of course dreams are dreams and don’t mean anything in the grand scheme of things, but I just found it interesting this post came up the morning after.
 

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The previous post could potentially be very ironic in that I had a dream last night where there were literally 5 storms in the Atlantic at the same time. Ironically 1 of them formed near the Bahamas and made landfall as a hurricane in South Florida. Another one hit the Yucatán Peninsula. A third one hit the gulf coast. Of course dreams are dreams and don’t mean anything in the grand scheme of things, but I just found it interesting this post came up the morning after.
The GFS has taken over your subconscious.
 

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The 06z OP GFS has an interesting solution. It forms a weak storm off Texas by next Saturday, goes into Arkansas, then the energy drifts back into the gulf and reforms into a bit stronger storm and moves toward Tampa at the end of the run. Too far out to put any faith into it, but interesting nonetheless. Reminds me of Ivan in 2004 where a piece of energy came back down, crossed Florida and regenerated into a depression.
 
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I would look for that first week of September to become very active. Changes are progressing slowly, but it does seem the environment is improving ever so slightly with each passing day. I could see something similar to the 2010 season, but with slightly less storms where most of the activity was confined to September.
 

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And the Atlantic comes to life. 98L over South Florida will have a brief opportunity to strengthen into a classified system. But, I'm more intrigued with 99L between Cape Verde islands and the Lesser Antilles. Guidance is particularly aggressive with that one and the track has more potential for strengthening and potential issues down the road with the U.S.
 

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