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 Post subject: Re: Tropical Wave Over West Africa (Pouch 27L) 10% / 30%
PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2013 7:53 pm 
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In many cases, East Pacific storms develop from tropical waves that first track through the Caribbean.


Wouldn't that be, in almost all cases?

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ninel conde wrote:
should recurve far east of bermuda. i sort of hope it gets named before dying
7/0/0 has to be close to a record.


Well cant disagree with this..highly unlikely to bother any land areas.


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 Post subject: Re: Tropical Wave Over West Africa (Pouch 27L) 10% / 30%
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beoumont wrote:
wxman57 wrote:
In many cases, East Pacific storms develop from tropical waves that first track through the Caribbean.


Wouldn't that be, in almost all cases?


They have storms that form from low pressure areas, probably more frequently then the Atlantic (although i'm not an expert on that basin). I'm pretty sure Hurricane Bud from last year formed from a low pressure area that developed over Central America and moved into the Pacific. Hurricane Fabio as well, if i'm not mistaken, had similar origins.


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 Post subject: Re: Tropical Wave Emerging West Africa (Is Invest 96L)
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This is invest 96L. Go to the Invest 96L discussion thread.

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