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I wouldn't worry about it cause conditions are really hostile


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Quote:THE GULF OF MEXICO...
AMPLE MOISTURE COVERS MUCH OF THE CENTRAL AND ERN GULF OF MEXICO
DUE TO DIFFLUENCE BETWEEN AN UPPER LEVEL RIDGE COVERING THE WRN
CARIBBEAN AND ERN GULF AND AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH ACROSS MEXICO
AND SW TEXAS. THIS PATTERN PROVIDES MOIST SWLY FLOW ALOFT ACROSS
MUCH OF THE BASIN AND IS HELPING SUPPORT SHOWERS/THUNDERSTORMS
FROM 23N-29N BETWEEN 84W-90W. SCATTERED SHOWERS/THUNDERSTORMS
ALSO DOT MUCH OF FLORIDA ESPECIALLY OVER THE PANHANDLE. NUMEROUS
AND STRONG SHOWERS/THUNDERSTORMS COVER THE WRN YUCATAN PENINSULA
AS WELL AS THE NE MEXICO COAST. AS OF 2100 UTC...A SURFACE
TROUGH IS ANALYZED ALONG 27N91W TO 30N94W. THIS MAY BE
ENHANCING SOME OF THE ACTIVITY NEAR THE AXIS. THE FAR WRN GULF
IS MUCH DRIER THAN THE REST OF THE BASIN DUE TO A SMALL AREA OF
DRY AIR ALOFT. MODEL GUIDANCE INDICATES THAT THE SURFACE TROUGH
WILL REMAIN SOMEWHAT STATIONARY IN THE WRN GULF FOR THE NEXT
COUPLE OF DAYS WITH MOIST CONDITIONS REMAINING ACROSS MUCH OF
THE BASIN AS THE UPPER LEVEL PATTERN STAYS VERY SIMILAR.
Hostile, but any time you get a pool of moisture that lingers to long in the pond, it tends to make us nervous...especially when we have a family vaca planned to the beach.

I was not liking the long ranch models yesterday, but they seem to have changed their mind.
post long rangers?
Squirrelmonkey Wrote:post long rangers?

324hrs (6/20/12): IT IS BACK AGAIN!!! (OF COARSE WE ARE TALKING VOODOO LAND HERE)

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Squirrelmonkey Wrote:post long rangers?

Brokeback Mountain?
YALL ARE BUNCH OF NUTS...ITS RAINING HERE AND THE LIGHTING IS AWESOME...NO NUTS THO..LOL..
NO HAIL EAITHER....
KTRK in Houston met just mentioned "swirl" in the Gulf. Says "low pressure is trying to develop." Anyone know anything about this?
galveston Wrote:KTRK in Houston met just mentioned "swirl" in the Gulf. Says "low pressure is trying to develop." Anyone know anything about this?

It is developing along the left over frontal boundary that is in the northern GOM. It will probably just end up being an upper level low (cold core) and not tropical in nature. BUT it will influence our wx over the next week by pumping lots of moisture on shore (which means lots of rain).

So enjoy the very wet weekend ahead...
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