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Saturday, September 03, 2005

Tropics Watch 03 SEP

Tropical Storm Maria continues to spin harmlessly in the mid-Atlantic and will probably become a hurricane by tomorrow.

A few of the global computer models are suggesting that an area of disturbed weather that is currently east of the Bahamas will become organized over the next few days and head to the northwest and north such that there would be a tropical cyclone in the vicinity of the Carolinas in five or six days. NHC will be watching this carefully over the next couple of days to see whether the models' forecasts verify.

The low that's moving west on the northern fringe of the ITCZ and had been considered a candidate for tropical cyclone formation continues to show no signs of development. It is of no concern for the next couple of days.

1 Comments:

At 12:39 AM, Anonymous ScottT said...

I anticipate a great deal of action for an unlimited amount of time. We have the assets and the personnell to reclaim New Orleans, house the New Orleans who will be employed in the clean up and refitting of their great City. I agree that we should give the se former residents who want to return and work alongside not only the rest of America, but the whole world is watching, and helping. You will get the help you require, but I know that we will Never Again be unprepaired for this kind of holocaust. Unprepared to not only evacuate a large city in 36 hours, but have the command and control, and the first responder EMT and the rest of the medical and their logistic support staff We'll Never Forget to be hunkered down in a reinforced city building on the ground and ready to help our neighbors in their time of need. I know how much I want to help, now I just hope I can. Scott

 

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