Rina pulls its punch; Thai floods worsen; Texas gets snow

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 28. lokakuuta 2011 klo 14:34 (GMT)

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Tropical Storm Rina is being ripped apart by strong upper-level southerly winds creating 30 knots of wind shear over the storm. Visible satellite loops show that the low-level circulation of Rina is just a naked swirl over Cancun, on the northeastern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula. The shear has torn away Rina's heavy thunderstorms so that they lie about 200 miles to the northeast of the center. Cancun radar shows almost no rain affecting the northeastern Yucatan Peninsula and surrounding the waters, even though the center of the storm is directly over Cancun. Last night, Rina brought wind gusts of up to 41 mph to Cancun and 43 mph at Cozumel, where 8.20" of rain fell yesterday. Damage from Rina to Cozumel and Cancun should be very minor, and I expect the hotels there will be open for business today.

Rina will continue to be sheared apart today, with the low level center expected to drift slowly southwards along the Yucatan coast. Long range radar out of Key West shows that moisture streaming to the northeast from Rina is bringing rain to the Southwest coast of Florida. Rainfall amounts of 1 - 3 inches are likely over the Florida Keys and South Florida through Sunday due to moisture from Rina. Wind shear should be able to destroy the circulation of Rina by Saturday.


Figure 1. What tropical storm? It's hard to tell a tropical storm with 45 mph winds was centered over this beach in Cancun, Mexico this morning. Rina's heavy rains and strong wind were several hundred miles to the northeast of Cancun this morning, thanks to strong upper-level winds that sheared the storm apart.


Figure 2. Morning satellite image of Tropical Storm Rina showing the center of circulation over the northeast tip of the Yucatan Peninsula, and the heavy thunderstorms several hundred miles to the northeast of the center.

Elsewhere in the Atlantic
A broad region of low pressure in the Western Caribbean between Jamaica and Honduras is drifting slowly northwest at less than 5 mph. Heavy thunderstorm activity is disorganized and relatively modest, and NHC is giving the region a 10% chance of developing into a tropical depression by Sunday. Heavy rains from the disturbance will affect Honduras, the Cayman Islands, and Nicaragua Friday through Sunday. None of the reliable computer models are showing development of a new tropical depression in the Atlantic over the next seven days, though we will continue to see disturbed weather over the Western Caribbean that could generate something.

Thailand's Great Flood likely to peak this weekend
The most damaging natural disaster in Thailand history is growing more serious, as the flood waters besieging the capital of Bangkok continue to overwhelm defenses and inundate the city. Heavy rains during September and October have led to extreme flooding that has killed 373 people and caused that nation's most expensive natural disaster in history, with a cost now estimated at $6 billion. Thailand's previous most expensive disaster was the $1.3 billion price tag of the November 27, 1993 flood, according to the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED). Floodwaters have swamped fields and cities in a third of Thailand's provinces, affected 9 million people, and damaged approximately 10% of the nation's rice crop. Thailand is the world's largest exporter of rice, so the disaster may put further upward pressure on world food prices, which are already at the highest levels since the late 1970s. The highest tide of the month occurs this weekend at 8:07 am ICT in the capital of Bangkok, and the additional pressure that incoming salt water puts on the flood walls protecting the city is a major concern. Fortunately, the monsoon has been quiet this week over Southeast Asia, and the latest GFS model precipitation forecast show little additional rain over the country in the coming week. Heavy monsoon rains are common in Thailand and Southeast Asia during La Niña events, and we currently have a weak La Niña event occurring. Ocean temperatures in the waters surrounding Thailand during September and October have been approximately 0.3°C above average, which has increased rainfall amounts by putting more water vapor into the air. The remains of Tropical Storm Haitang and Typhoon Nesat also brought heavy rains in late September which contributed to the flooding.


Figure 3. Top ten most expensive natural disasters in Thailand since 1900, as tabulated by the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED). This month's disaster (number one on the table above) is not yet in the CRED data base.

Texas gets its first snow of the season
The first snow of the season blanketed parts of the western and central Oklahoma and Texas Panhandles yesterday. Officially, Amarillo, TX picked up 3.1" of snow, which was a record for the date (old record: 2.4" on Oct. 27, 1911.) Areas 6 miles southwest of Amarillo got up to five inches of snow. Amarillo's heaviest October snow on record was 9.0" on Oct.21 - 22, 1906. The earliest measurable snowfall at Amarillo is 0.3" on Sept. 29, 1984. Yesterday's snow was quite a contrast from Tuesday's weather, when the high hit 86°F in Amarillo! Normally Texas would grumble about getting snow so early in the year, but yesterday's 1.23" of precipitation in Amarillo was over 25% of their precipitation for the entire year. Amarillo has now had 4.84" of precipitation this year, which is almost 14" below normal. Wunderground's weather historian Christopher C. Burt has the latest on the Texas drought in his latest post. He noted that Pecos, TX had received a paltry .48" so far this year, and that the driest calendar year in Texas records was 1.64" at Presidio in 1956. Well, Pecos got another 0.02" yesterday to bring their yearly total to 0.50", so that city is still on track to record the lowest rainfall of any city in Texas history.

My next post may not be until Sunday or Monday, depending upon the weather.

Jeff Masters

Amarillo snow! (oklahomagirl1)
Early Amarillo,Tx. snow.
Amarillo snow!
Raining in Bangkok (Bangkrood)
Water on the ground and on the sky comimg to Bangkok!!
Raining in Bangkok
Not any Race today (Faasai)
Bangkok Speedway on Khlong 5 flooded,more than 50cm
Not any Race today

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658. Neapolitan
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 22:28 (GMT)
NEW BLOG ENTRY
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657. Dragod66
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 22:19 (GMT)


White Juan
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656. Dragod66
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 22:18 (GMT)
Quoting VAbeachhurricanes:


Yeah me too, the way storms bomb over that gulf stream during the winter is amazing to watch. Hopefully we get some snow down here again this year, love the white stuff. Plus it allows class to be canceled lol.


our classes dont really get cancelled all that often, they stay open but no one goes not even the instructors. Except white juan, that was a week without classes and 2 weeks without power for me.
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655. VAbeachhurricanes
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 22:17 (GMT)
Quoting washingtonian115:
I want a snowy winter to here in D.C.Of course though not over the top like the 09-10 winter we had...that was just no break.I want it to be slightly above average.This past winter was dull and unexciting.Snow feva!!(fevor).


I love snowy winters makes everyone slow down and relax, and as long as you have 4 wheel drive you can still get to wherever you need to go pretty easily.
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654. washingtonian115
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 22:14 (GMT)
Quoting VAbeachhurricanes:


Yeah me too, the way storms bomb over that gulf stream during the winter is amazing to watch. Hopefully we get some snow down here again this year, love the white stuff. Plus it allows class to be canceled lol.
I want a snowy winter to here in D.C.Of course though not over the top like the 09-10 winter we had...that was just no break.I want it to be slightly above average.This past winter was dull and unexciting.Snow feva!!(fevor).
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653. VAbeachhurricanes
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 22:13 (GMT)
Quoting WxGeekVA:


What do you think? I don't think so. These storms have happened before, albeit rarely. Saying AGW is true or false from one storm is like predicting a super bowl winner based on their first snap in preseason....


I picked the dolphins... :( hahaha yeah I know, it was a sarcastic question to the people who use 1 event to either prove or disprove the theory of global warming.
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652. WxGeekVA
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 22:12 (GMT)
Quoting VAbeachhurricanes:
Are earlier intense snowstorms also caused by global warming?


What do you think? I don't think so. These storms have happened before, albeit rarely. Saying AGW is true or false from one storm is like predicting a super bowl winner based on their first snap in preseason....
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651. VAbeachhurricanes
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 22:11 (GMT)
Quoting Dragod66:


Will do... hopefully after the hurricane season is over, that this blog's main focus becomes winter storms.

Lots of power out in NS... 36000 people without


Yeah me too, the way storms bomb over that gulf stream during the winter is amazing to watch. Hopefully we get some snow down here again this year, love the white stuff. Plus it allows class to be canceled lol.
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650. VAbeachhurricanes
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 22:08 (GMT)
Quoting ClaySFL:


Wow, just wow....


was a joke... relax
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649. ClaySFL
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 22:07 (GMT)
Quoting VAbeachhurricanes:
Are earlier intense snowstorms also caused by global warming?


Wow, just wow....
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648. VAbeachhurricanes
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 22:01 (GMT)
Are earlier intense snowstorms also caused by global warming?
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647. washingtonian115
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:57 (GMT)
Quoting Articuno:

and to believe its october and in fall
I got 4 words..Fore...sha..dow...ing.Lol.Really it's like a big foreshadowing games right now.The GFS that I saw on another website and this website shows a negative NAO which could mean a cold next couple of weeks of weather.Of course we'll get a break with some warm spells now and then.(I don't need no more damn precipitation for a while.We're freaking SOAKED here).
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646. Articuno
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:49 (GMT)
Quoting GeoffreyWPB:
Now more than 3 million without power in the northeast. Unbelievable.

and to believe its october and in fall
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645. Dragod66
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:42 (GMT)
Quoting VAbeachhurricanes:


Good Luck! Stay safe!


Will do... hopefully after the hurricane season is over, that this blog's main focus becomes winter storms.

Lots of power out in NS... 36000 people without
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644. VAbeachhurricanes
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:37 (GMT)
Quoting Dragod66:
Just waiting for the 100 km/h - 110 km/h winds here in NS


Good Luck! Stay safe!
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643. TerraNova
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:34 (GMT)
Outage maps for NJ/NY power carriers:

PSEG (NJ) (display issues w/ Chrome)
Con Edison (NY)
JCP&L (Central/NW NJ)
Long Island
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642. GeoffreyWPB
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:34 (GMT)
Now more than 3 million without power in the northeast. Unbelievable.
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641. Articuno
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:29 (GMT)
Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
Tropics are quiet, doesn't look like we'll see any development for the next week or more.

Sadly,
but possibly this might be the tropics' last punch.
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640. interstatelover7165
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:24 (GMT)
Quoting TerraNova:
Local schools just announced they're closed tomorrow due to power outages and blocked roadways.
Me TOO
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639. hurricane23
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:24 (GMT)
Quoting GeoffreyWPB:
Is it time to switch gears yet?

Countdown Till Christmas


yes.
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638. TerraNova
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:23 (GMT)
Local schools just announced they're closed tomorrow due to power outages and blocked roadways.
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637. weatherbro
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:20 (GMT)
Quoting weatherbro:



There's a short wave moving quickly southeastwards near Arkansas. Once it spins up a closed-low off the southeastern coast Sunday Night/Monday morning time-frame, I wonder if it'll get fed into this beast or form another Noreaster.

Regardless, it should deepen and eventually track OTS.

And after an overcast morning(with potentially a few showers), Orlando will clear out completely by 3:00 PM Halloween Day as some much drier air will come in tandem behind the departing short wave.

Miami, I'm afraid to say you won't completely clear out(clouds in all) until 11:00 PM.:(

Orlando should see lows(that night) in the mid-upper 50's with a NW breeze under clear skies!


However the NAM is an outlier in keeping this short wave trough a bit longer.
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636. GeoffreyWPB
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:17 (GMT)
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635. TropicalAnalystwx13
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:14 (GMT)
Tropics are quiet, doesn't look like we'll see any development for the next week or more.
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634. GeoffreyWPB
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 21:13 (GMT)
Is it time to switch gears yet?

Countdown Till Christmas
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633. LargoFl
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 20:05 (GMT)
Quoting LargoFl:
for counties below pasco county tomorrow the rain chances go up to 40% but it starts to get back into the 80s later in the week..cold doesnt stay long here in florida
into the 80's
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632. LargoFl
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 20:03 (GMT)
Quoting stormwatcherCI:
Remember a lot of bloggers are from the northern states. Most likely without power. Hope they are all okay.
yes alot of them without power, our thoughts are with you folks
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631. LargoFl
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 20:01 (GMT)
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:
It looks like this will be a rather rainy week here in PR.

DISCUSSION...MOISTURE IS EXPECTED TO BE MOSTLY SHALLOW OVER THE
NEXT FEW DAYS WITH A FEW INSTANCES OF DEEPER MOISTURE ON MONDAY
DURING THE DAY. FOR TUESDAY...FORECAST SOUNDINGS SHOW PATCHES OF
MUCH DRIER AIR DURING THE EARLY MORNING HOURS...BUT INCREASING
DURING THE DAY...WITH A CONSIDERABLE INCREASE IN MOISTURE AND
INSTABILITY FOR LATE WEDNESDAY INTO FRIDAY.

GFS ALSO SHOWS DECENT DIVERGENCE ALOFT FOR THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. SO
AT THIS TIME WE ARE EXPECTING PASSING SHOWERS WITH AFTERNOON
CONVECTION FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS. THE PASSING SHOWERS AND
DEVELOPING SHOWERS MAY BE MORE NUMEROUS ON MONDAY THAN HAS BEEN
THE CASE THE LAST FEW DAYS...GIVEN THE FACT THAT DEEPER MOISTURE
IS EXPECTED ACROSS THE AREA DURING THE DAY TOMORROW.
for counties below pasco county tomorrow the rain chances go up to 40% but it starts to get back into the 80s later in the week..cold doesnt stay long here in florida
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630. Tropicsweatherpr
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 19:53 (GMT)
It looks like this will be a rather rainy week here in PR.

DISCUSSION...MOISTURE IS EXPECTED TO BE MOSTLY SHALLOW OVER THE
NEXT FEW DAYS WITH A FEW INSTANCES OF DEEPER MOISTURE ON MONDAY
DURING THE DAY. FOR TUESDAY...FORECAST SOUNDINGS SHOW PATCHES OF
MUCH DRIER AIR DURING THE EARLY MORNING HOURS...BUT INCREASING
DURING THE DAY...WITH A CONSIDERABLE INCREASE IN MOISTURE AND
INSTABILITY FOR LATE WEDNESDAY INTO FRIDAY.

GFS ALSO SHOWS DECENT DIVERGENCE ALOFT FOR THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. SO
AT THIS TIME WE ARE EXPECTING PASSING SHOWERS WITH AFTERNOON
CONVECTION FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS. THE PASSING SHOWERS AND
DEVELOPING SHOWERS MAY BE MORE NUMEROUS ON MONDAY THAN HAS BEEN
THE CASE THE LAST FEW DAYS...GIVEN THE FACT THAT DEEPER MOISTURE
IS EXPECTED ACROSS THE AREA DURING THE DAY TOMORROW.
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629. stormwatcherCI
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 19:42 (GMT)
Quoting stormpetrol:


No rain here hot and sunny all day, though I see to the east looks dark and gloomy. This is the most dead I seen this blog in weeks!
Remember a lot of bloggers are from the northern states. Most likely without power. Hope they are all okay.
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628. stormpetrol
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 19:39 (GMT)
Quoting stormwatcherCI:
Possible. Raining off and on up here again. Sky is dark and gloomy.


No rain here hot and sunny all day, though I see to the east looks dark and gloomy. This is the most dead I seen this blog in weeks!
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627. stormwatcherCI
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 19:30 (GMT)
Quoting stormpetrol:


I would say 12N79W is the area to watch
Possible. Raining off and on up here again. Sky is dark and gloomy.
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626. stormpetrol
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 19:28 (GMT)
Quoting stormwatcherCI:




These wind obs would suggest a weak circulation that area
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625. stormpetrol
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 19:22 (GMT)
Quoting stormwatcherCI:


I would say 12N79W is the area to watch
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624. stormwatcherCI
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 19:20 (GMT)
Quoting stormpetrol:




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623. 7544
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 19:13 (GMT)
Looks like more rain for south florida tonight and wind
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622. sar2401
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 18:50 (GMT)
Quoting photonchaser:
Buoy in the Gulf of Maine down to 28.9 and falling

http://www.wunderground.com/MAR/buoy/44024.html


Up to 29.21 now. Don't get confused by the normal diurnal fall and rise of barometric pressure and a trend.
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621. stormpetrol
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 18:31 (GMT)




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618. weatherbro
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 17:52 (GMT)
Quoting Neapolitan:
This image shows the circulation centered off the southern tip of Nova Scotia, along with the snow swath covering much of Pennsylvania, southeastern New York, western Maryland, northern New Jersey, and most of New England. It'll be all or mostly gone in a day or so, but it sure is something to see right now:

Yikes!



There's a short wave moving quickly southeastwards near Arkansas. Once it spins up a closed-low off the southeastern coast Sunday Night/Monday morning time-frame, I wonder if it'll get fed into this beast or form another Noreaster.

Regardless, it should deepen and eventually track OTS.

And after an overcast morning(with potentially a few showers), Orlando will clear out completely by 3:00 PM Halloween Day as some much drier air will come in tandem behind the departing short wave.

Miami, I'm afraid to say you won't completely clear out(clouds in all) until 11:00 PM.:(

Orlando should see lows(that night) in the mid-upper 50's with a NW breeze under clear skies!
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617. Skyepony (Mod)
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 17:51 (GMT)
Interesting too is the sea ice. Going into winter this year it's near opposite of last year with some barely above average sea ice on both sides of Greenland with the rest of the circle being below average, the slowest to refreeze being around Russia. Last year both sides of Greenland were way below average while near Russia was near or barely above average.



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616. Tropicsweatherpr
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 17:34 (GMT)
If this 12z GFS pans out,then many states would have a very cold November.But is very long range so this for sure will change many times,however,is something to watch.

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615. Skyepony (Mod)
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 17:31 (GMT)
I kinda expected to find the NAO negative..
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614. FLWaterFront
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 17:11 (GMT)
Quoting washingtonian115:
I personally think it is.I think the Mid-Atlantic and northeast are in for a loooong winter.Snow flakes were falling like crazy here in D.C.And they weren't little ones.They were fat flakes.I woke up and saw ice on my roof this morning.I'm personally forecasting a snowy cold winter.


You could well be right. But it won't be limited just to the NE US and the Mid-Atlantic region.

I keep telling people around here to get ready because one day they're going to be shocked to see a big, heavy, wet snowstorm here in Florida. It won't be in October but it could happen in December or January. All it takes is for the right combination of elements to come together at once, cold air, moisture and a properly positioned low pressure system.

Of course most scoff at the suggestion but it is by no means impossible and it very nearly happened just two years ago. Everyone concentrates on mankind's impacts upon the climate but often they forget that cosmic and geological factors play into the picture as well. These factors can have unexpected and as of yet little-understood influence on changing climate patterns.

As recently as a few weeks ago no one would have expected measurable snow to fall in NYC on October 29, much less Washington DC. And no one would have anticipated deep snow in the rural areas of N. Virginia to the west of DC. But all of this happened. We shall see what happens in the upcoming months.
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613. HurricaneSwirl
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 16:56 (GMT)
Insane totals for October. Heck, these are big totals for any time of the year.

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612. wunderkidcayman
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 16:48 (GMT)
by the way the COC of this low pressure in the SW caribbean is between the Blob near Nic and the other blob near colomiba and Panama near 13N 80W
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611. washingtonian115
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 16:26 (GMT)
Quoting AussieStorm:

What the!!!!! this is unprecedented. I wish you all a safe winter if this is an indication of things to come.
I personally think it is.I think the Mid-Atlantic and northeast are in for a loooong winter.Snow flakes were falling like crazy here in D.C.And they weren't little ones.They were fat flakes.I woke up and saw ice on my roof this morning.I'm personally forecasting a snowy cold winter.
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610. chrisdscane
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 16:13 (GMT)


sheer is low
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609. LargoFl
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 16:12 (GMT)
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:
The SW Caribbean area has a good deal of convection,but without any organization. What this will do is to make things worse for those folks in CA that have been dealing with massive floodings with many casualties in the past two weeks.

sure looks like it will jump over to the pacific alright
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608. chrisdscane
30. lokakuuta 2011 klo 16:07 (GMT)


low in SW carr
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