Thursday, October 4, 2007

90L Not a threat. Update on 91L,92L, and Typhoon Krosa

90L is almost dead. On satellite loops this morning you can still see a spin but there is not any convection around the COC.(center of circulation). This storm will probably not develop but bring some gusty winds and high surf for TX/LA. This is my last post for 90L unless it develops.

91L is not very organized as seen on the latest satellite loops. 91L is located about 1218 miles east of Barbados. Here are the latest models for 91L.

As you can see the models have 91L going just north of the LA islands and then recurve out to sea. I will have an update on91L later today.

92L is also very disorganized.91L is located about 280 miles ENE of Nassau, Bahamas.
92l will keep drifting southwestward for the next couple of days and will probably impact Cuba or southern Florida and then cross into the GOM. Here are the computer models for 92L

I will have an update on 92L later today.

Typhoon Krosa

Max sustained winds: 130mph gusts up to 160 mph. location: western pacific.

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1 comment:

qualcosa di bello said...

well, just keep those things away from the NC coast, i say!

but poor taiwan...must keep them in our prayers.