Notes From The Margin

September 24, 2007

Tropical Depression In The Atlantic? Cape Verde Storm emerging?

 

Just a short note on an emerging system in a Tropical wave that is emerging in the Atlantic. The NHC site says:

 

A 1007 MB LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM IS LOCATED ABOUT 565 NM SW OF THE
CAPE VERDE ISLANDS NEAR 8.5N31W. THIS LARGE SYSTEM CONTINUES TO
SHOW SIGNS OF ORGANIZATION...AND COULD BECOME A TROPICAL
DEPRESSION DURING THE NEXT DAY OR SO AS IT MOVES
WEST-NORTHWESTWARD NEAR 10-15 KT. A MORE CONCENTRATED AREA OF
SCATTERED MODERATE/ISOLATED STRONG CONVECTION IS NOW MOSTLY W OF
THE CENTER FROM 8N-11N BETWEEN 31W-37W. ISOLATED CLUSTERS OF
MODERATE CONVECTION ARE ELSEWHERE FROM 5N-12N BETWEEN 29W-38W.
THIS IS ONE OF THE MORE CLASSIC LOOKING CAPE VERDE SYSTEMS WE
HAVE SEEN OVER THE PAST COUPLE OF WEEKS. 

While nothing may emerge out of this, because of it’s position far south of us (8.5N) we should keep an eye on this one.

Marginal

Update:  Forecast models currently indicate that this storm will go north.

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2 Comments »

  1. […] post by notesfromthemargin and software by Elliott […]

    Pingback by singlepilot.net » Tropical Depression In The Atlantic? Cape Verde Storm emerging? — September 24, 2007 @ 6:51 pm | Reply

  2. Hi Marginal:

    I have a worrying feeling that this is the year that we get to experience a major storm. I hope and pray that we do not; however, we should make the necessary house repairs just in case.

    Best regards.

    Comment by researching — September 28, 2007 @ 6:17 pm | Reply


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