posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 03:54 PM
If it does stay weaker (since we are not fully into the 'Active' month of August), it will hopefully allow the right people to be able to get a
glimpse into the possibilities of what a stronger storm might do.
Since this will be the first time that meterologists around the world will be able to study the impacts of a tropical storm over the oil spill, the
insight gained should at least help to be a little bit more prepared for 'if' something bigger does come along in August or September.
By the way, I do have a thread with a lot of links to both weather data, and oil spill data on the same page here:
The 'Up to the Minute' Live Hurricane Bonnie and Oil Spill Thread
Some good points on this thread here...star and flag for you.