Saturday, June 3, 2017

MONITORING THE REMNANT LOW OF BEATRIZ IN THE BAY OF CAMPECHE

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Now that Beatriz remnant low has move into the Bay of Campeche or Southern Gulf, it will be monitored closely for future development.  Upper level winds in the Gulf are presently strong but it seems to be slowly shifting east.  We could see the wind shear maybe relaxing some in the coming week.

Models this morning for the 00Z run suggested a low pressure off the coast of the Florida Big bend.  However, we are seeing the flip flopping going on again during the 12Z run there just rain over Florida in the coming days.  This probably because we don't have a definite organized system to pin point.  So models will continue to cry wolf until a real wolf appears.  I will closely monitor this and other areas during this season God willing...RTW  http://ralphstropicalweather.myfreesites.net

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