Post by crashtestdummy on Jun 5, 2019 20:10:30 GMT -6
You mean that low that just ‘pops up’ off the Yucatán on the 13th?? That’s a long way off and ends up in the Destin area, if it does. It also seems to trail off a frontal boundary, so could be not much more than that.
Post by grisairgasm on Jun 6, 2019 20:17:16 GMT -6
Looks like next week sees a “cold front” through LA. Well of course we all know that just means mainly less humidity. So, is a trough gonna make it into the GOM? A little festering homegrown brew? Don’t see any support yet but something to keep in mind.
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I saw where the GOM is lot warmer than it normally is. Wouldn't that be better for early tropical formations?
Yes, most definitely. There are just so many other variables. So with that being said, and those gulf waters near record warmth, we just need to hope for no homebrew nor anything to try and make the Florida/Louisiana connection.
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I did not want to make a new thread, but since the tropics are quite for now, post this here. Going through some boxes at my mom's house yesterday I found this WLCS hurricane tracking chart, probably from 1971 or so. WLCS was a radio station here in Baton Rouge that is no longer on the air. Do TV or radio stations even offer these today? Back back in the day, there obviously was no internet to track hurricanes, just a couple of TV stations to give you the lat and long.
Last Edit: Jun 23, 2019 6:16:40 GMT -6 by kennethb