Tuesday, June 20, 2017

SATELLITE REVIEW OF POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE THREE


SATELLITE ANALYSIS AND REVIEW OF POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE THREE (CINDY)

I WANTED TO SEE WHY THERE IS NO CINDY THE PAST FEW HOURS AND WHY NO UPGRADE WITH WIND GUST TO THE NORTHEAST OF CENTER OVER 50 MPH.
WELL NOT ONLY DOES THIS SYSTEM HAVE AN EXPOSED CENTER OF CIRCULATION BUT IT HAS DRY AIR INTRUSION FROM THE NORTHWEST.

THIS IS DRYING UP ANY CONVECTION (THUNDERSTORMS) TRYING TO RAP AROUND THE SMALL CIRCULATION CIRCLED ON THESE SATELLITE ANIMATIONS. SO UNTIL THEN GUSTY WINDS OFF SHORE AND PLENTY OF PRECIPITATION.

IS THERE STILL A CHANCE THIS SYSTEM COULD DEVELOP INTO CINDY? THAT WOULD ALL DEPEND ON THE DRY AIR AND AS THREE CONTINUES TO MOVE TOWARD THE COAST THE CLOCK KEEPS TICKING AND TIME COULD RUN OUT. MY ANIMATED GRAPHICS SHOWS THE TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND FIELD FADING OUT BEFORE IT REACHES THE COAST. 

ALTHOUGH I HAVE SEEN DISORGANIZED SYSTEM REACH TROPICAL STORM STATUS BEFORE MAKING LANDFALL SO IT CANNOT BE RULED OUT...RTW






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