Wednesday, August 9, 2006

LOOKEY WHAT WE HAVE HERE

Debby 1

Tropical enthusiasts have been following this one for a couple days now, and NOAA Reconnaissance aircraft recently investigated the storm to discover a pressure of 1010 mb with no closed center of circulation. Read NHC's latest report, and for sure we'll be watching this closely as it approaches the southern Caribbean. I will provide a detailed analysis if this system is named.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

RAY- I am shocked that this was not classified as a depression because it is apparent to me on satelite that there is a circulation, but it is must not be quite closed YET. My guess is that they were unable to find a west wind because the S side of the circulation is usually the last quadrant to close off. Unless it is classified tonight or very early tomorrow, it will not develop until it reaches the NW carribean around Friday-Saturday because systems NEVER develop in the E Carribean unless they are already classified as at least a depression. True story, look it up! : )

Eric said...

August 10, 2006

Accuweather says this storm system will not develop into anything major, which is good, but bad for us enthusiasts.

Sheer is supposed to be strong once it enters the Carribean and should destroy the system like it did with T.S. Chris earlier. Accordng to Accuweather.

Anonymous said...

RAY- Very late week or this weekend Debby WILL form in the NW Carribean, that's my story and I'm stickn' to it! We here in Boston may have to be on our guard next week Eric as it looks like 1 or 2 systems may get going btwn Hatteras and Bermuda! Prolly out to sea though.

Eric said...

Yeah...

Temps in the upper 40's tomorrow night and Saturday night for much of interior southern New England. I love the first chill of the season.

Eric said...

FROST ADVISORY in northern upstate New York tonight!

Its August 11th and we already have Frost Advisories.

AMAZING.

Tropics...quietttt

Anonymous said...

RAY- Anyone no what type of winter to expect on the E coast?? I'm hearing rumblings of a bad one (good from my perspective : )).