...down south in a more typical area for tropical development in the ITCZ. After over a week without any weather systems including one day without any named storms on the planet, we suddenly have several new developing systems! but first the details "in quotes is by Dr. Masters from the attached link.http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=3126
" ...Our three top models for predicting tropical cyclone genesis predict that an area of disturbed weather about 400 miles south of Acapulco, Mexico (Invest 93E) will develop into a tropical depression on Sunday or Monday." That was posted at 300 GMT today Saturday, by 2100 it had become TD 17E and is poised to give Acapulco a very soggy weekend.
"... Another area of disturbed weather ... along the coast near the Mexico/Guatemala border (Invest 92E) is drifting slowly to the west, and will bring heavy rains to El Salvador, southern Guatemala, and southeastern Mexico over the next few days."
And not to be left out, closer to home, "Yet another area of concern is an area of low pressure that the models predict will form on Monday or Tuesday about 1000 miles southwest of the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula."
Hang on to your hats campers, I certainly could not say for sure, but, we may be seeing the beginning of a period with a bunch of late season storms.
The star over the 24 hours will be Tropical Storm Niala approaching Hawaii,"the record 7th named storm to form in 2015 in the North Central Pacific". Which is the headline of todays blog from Dr. Masters, above, good stuff and much more cool information.
Thanks again to all you readers and PW for his reply, 64 views, most yet in less than a week!
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