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    Default Lots going on, but nothing happening

    If you look at this: Caribbean Rainbow Imagery - Satellite Services Division

    you'd think, "Oh my!" but really nothing seems to be jelling.

    It seems that there are no conditions for the formation of even a tropical storm...

    However, for those people who are vacationing, I am sure that the occasional shower is just enough to take the heat off of the day.....

    What do you think is in the pipeline Mike???

    HB

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    Long may this quietude in the Atlantic continue.

    Last year was a mess.

    I admit that last year a small part of me wanted to witness a tropical storm first hand - with an Ernest Hemingway kind of curiosity.
    I learned my lesson!

    It is still early days this year but so far so good.

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    Let's hope El Nino holds on for awhile and keeps the atlantic calm

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    No Tropical Storm, but plenty of rain falling down on SD right now.

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    Look at this!!!

    Seems to something swirling off of Africa...wonder if it will work its way across..???

    HB

    http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/eumet/eatl/loop-rb.html

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    Oops on refresh a new system is showing

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    Oops - did I speak too soon?
    Invest 99 - chances are low but at least we have some action...

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    it's the only disturbed movement for the whole Atlantic basis at the moment.
    nothing else to look on.
    and that goooood.
    it's surroundings are in case of possible improvement much better than the ones for the last disturbances we had out there this early season, but it is sooo far away and also so young, in an other 2 days we will know what it is up to.
    looks like this season will not be a "above average" season,
    that's good.
    maybe a 6-8 named storms, max 3 huge ones,
    like always i just hope the 3 huge ones stay far away, the rest we can handle like always with a couple cold ones in the fridge shared by some friends.
    so far few very short showers on the east til now,
    and most on nighttime anyways.
    it started to rain here in Cabeza de Toro 1 minute ago whle writing this, no wind involved, after a hot day that cooling down a bit is appreciated.
    it will be an other stunning day tomorrow.
    at least i hope so like always, he he
    Mike

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    Yes, I have been watching #2 all day...might be interesting.
    Currently, in Santiago, we have wind from the West....almost a sure sign of rain..the parrots were raucous...

    HB

    Tropical Atlantic Rainbow Imagery - Satellite Services Division

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