Monday, June 13, 2005

QUIET IN THE GULF
ACTION BUILDING IN ATLANTIC

Atlantic 6-13-05
What many believe will promise to be an active season is continuing to pump out tropical waves that can easily develop into the next storm. This large area of disturbed weather off the S. American coast is heading west north west and will be in the southern Carribbean by Tuesday, and near Cuba by Friday. Keep an eye on this one, if named it would be Bret. A persistent upper level trough in the MidWest will push east and the Atlantic ridge responsible for the current stretch of heat and humidity will ease east. This setup might enable system # 2 to start curving more toward the north by the time it reaches it's northern Caribbean destination.


That means Cuba, eastern Florida and perhaps even the Carolinas could be at risk from this system by early next week.

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