posted on Oct, 4 2005 @ 11:48 PM
Originally posted by Harry55
The 11 PM Advisory From is a very strange one. They have not give up on Stan Yet.
Yeah Harry, this one is an atypical storm. Considering the -90C cloud tops last night, I don't recall having seen such intense convection over the
Looking at the sats: convection is firing up in the Pacific side, which
might lead me to believe it will keep heading west, but it's kind of stalled out and maybe even turning North (scratches head).
There's the possibility Stan make develop into two storms, one in the Gulf and one in the Pacific....long shot, but global models are trending that
Dr. Jeff Masters' WunderBlog
Stan's remains may re-organize and form of a new tropical storm over the Pacific, which could move northwest and threaten Baja later in the week. The
NOGAPS and GFDL models predict that Stan's remains will linger over the Gulf of Mexico long enough to result in the formation of a new tropical storm
there by the weekend. All this will depend on Stan's track; it is very unlikely we would get a new storm in both ocean basins.
[edit on 5-10-2005 by Regenmacher]