Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Tropical Cyclone Season is Upon Us

We're halfway through June and things are starting to happen out there, both in the Atlantic and Pacific.

Tropical waves are coming off of Africa regularly now. In fact one is going to pass over us during the next few hours so thunderstorms are more likely to occur.

There are also three areas with interesting conditions, in other words moisture and weakly organized convection. Two are located in the Pacific. One is at 14N 96W and another that's smaller but slightly more organized is at 14N 105W. A third is in the Atlantic at approximately 13N 48W. This third one is presently interacting with a tropical wave. The wave does not show much curvature but something might still develop.




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