posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 05:20 AM
Tropical Storm Grace made an appearance on the NHC listing last night when it was deemed this system no longer has characteristics associated with the
Low from which it origionated and was deemed a seperate Tropical System itself as it makes its way Northwards towards the UK.
Its moving at a fast pace, 22mph, and by this rate Grace will already be approaching the UK shores on Tuesday morning, however the system is progged
to become embedded in a Atlantic Low system and dissipate Grace as it gradually hits the associated shear.
GFS Models however point to signifificant rain totals for Tuesday/Wednesday along with a interesting Wind boundary line and temperature variant
Although Grace wont be a Tropical Storm, its influence on the UK weather over the next 48 hours will be significant and interesting Meteorologically
wise to watch and lucky for myself I'll be right in the action.