POSSIBLE STRONG NOREASTER COMING AND INVEST 93L ORGANIZING!!!

By: TampaSpin , 19:27:GMT den 03. november 2008

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IN SIMPLE TERMS OVERVIEW: On my blog update on October 30th in spoke of a possible system that could develop in the Carribean. Looks like that possibiltity could become a reality. Also, a strong subtropical system could be forming!

INVEST 93L
IN SIMPLE TERMS:
---Invest 93L is located in the SW Carribean. It is currently starting to organize a well defined spin at the surface but, does not appear to have anything closed yet. Many models are now suggesting a depression to form and some have even a Hurricane hitting Cuba. The waters are plenty warm in this area to support a Hurricane when looking at Graphic 21. Most models that have a storm forming take the system NorthWest for a short period and then North with and eventual turn to the NorthEast and out into the Mid Atlantic. If you look at steering maps above use Graphic 11 for now. If you look at Graphic 11 you can see why it would move in the direction i just described as you can see the very large high to 93L's NorthEast. What will cause it to move eventually NE and out into the Atlantic after crossing some of the islands to the North would be the approach of another Cold front coming from the WEST and diving South. If you look at Link to my favorite Satellite loop! you can see the approach of another possible front just hitting the WEST Coast of California. Also look at Grapic 5 to see the Water Vapor of this Front coming. But, its all about timing. How fast will the front get to the EAST coast to pick up 93L and how far North will 93L get before it feels the front. This is still to hard to say but, my best guess is there will be a good chance that 93L does develop and if it does develop into a named storm it would likely feel the High to the NE a little more and move more quickly to the north than models might suggest and possibly get into the Southern part of the GOM. But, its just to early to be certain of any this possibly occuring. One thing is for certain, South America will have some very have rain and either Cuba or other Islands to the North of 93L will have some impact of this developing system. Everyone needs to monitor this possbile developing system.











IN SIMPLE TERMS:
---If you look at the loop graphics from 6-8 you can see the start of a Subtropical system starting to form near the NE Bahamas as the developing system should move NNW and become are strong NorEaster. Nearly every major model suggest that a NorEaster goes up the East Coast and becomes very strong. Anyone from South Carolina North should watch for this developing system as it starts to wrap and take shape. Be perpared near the Outer Banks of North Carolina for very strong winds and coastline flooding and coastline erossion.









OTHER INTEREST
IN SIMPLE TERMS:
---I do believe we will see at least 1 more named storm this season before coming to an end.


One thing of interest unrelated to weather is my concern of a large Earthquake on the West Coast of the ConUS. If you look at Graphic 22, one can see the activity and the limited activity in that area. I suspect pressures are increasing along the shelf plates from the lack of activity. This is just my personal observation but, just something to watch in the upcoming days or months.

I see nothing else of issue in the next 48 hours.


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Tim...

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6. TampaSpin
21:22:GMT den 03. november 2008
Quoting surfmom:
Begging everyones pardon - Tim, am I gonna get some waves out this or not?....it's like waiting for a pot of water to boil lol


Ya i think you might get some swells......be ready......lol
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5. surfmom
21:15:GMT den 03. november 2008
Begging everyones pardon - Tim, am I gonna get some waves out this or not?....it's like waiting for a pot of water to boil lol
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4. InTheCone
21:01:GMT den 03. november 2008
Thanks Tim,

Very interesting, a hurricane in the Carribean would certainly be unwelcome news to all the residents of the islands, they have had enough for this year!
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3. ILwatcher
20:01:GMT den 03. november 2008
Thanks, Tim.

I noticed a couple earthquakes near PR yesterday. That may be another area to keep an eye on.
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2. TampaSpin
19:43:GMT den 03. november 2008
Look at Graphic 17 the Verocity map for areas of possible development in the Carribean and Bahamas
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1. ajcamsmom2
19:35:GMT den 03. november 2008
Thanks for keeping up with all this for us...:)
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