posted on Oct, 5 2005 @ 12:50 PM
Forecasting models have recognized the formation of another area of convection, which has now been officially labeled 93L INVEST:
So far, each of the models that has initialized the system AL932005 has forecast a track through the Gulf:
From the NHC tropical discussion hosted this morning at 8:05 EDT:
"UPPER HIGH ASSOCIATED WITH T.D. STAN IS GIVING THE W CARIBBEAN N FLOW AND WITH THE ABUNDANT TROPICAL MOISTURE IN PLACE...IS GENERATING AN AREA OF
SCATTERED/NUMEROUS STRONG CONVECTION FROM 16N-21N W OF 86W TO INLAND OVER THE YUCATAN PENINSULA..."
Forget Stan and Tammy... this could very well become Vince, the next U.S. landfalling hurricane...
The TAOS model is already predicting a FL landall and over $350 million of damage:
In another ten minutes, we should be getting an update from the NHC which I can almost guarantee will discuss the possibilities of AL93... Stay
[edit on 5-10-2005 by sdrumrunner]