Tuesday, October 2, 2007

90L getting better organized.

90L max winds 30mph. Movement West at 8mph. Pressure 1006 compared to yesterdays 1008. this means that 90L is geting stronger.

90L continues to kick up very heavy thunderstorms on its west side(as seen on the latest satellite imagery).Most of the computer models bring 90L to Texas or Louisiana as a tropical storm.This storm will likely start out as a subtropical depression instead of a normal tropical depression.(subtropical means it does not have all the tropical characteristics as it should).
This is the computer models for 90L. As you can see most of the models take 90L to Galveston bay or the FL/AL border. If you have any questions please leave me a comment.
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Sunflower said...

I love it!!

sognatrice said...

We have a blogging friend (Cherrye, My Bella Vita) in Beaumont, TX (SE Texas)...how's her weather forecast looking?!

HURRICANE 10 said...

sognatrice. the forecast for beaument,TX is mostly sunny thursday. pm thunderstorms friday

thank you