wxman57 wrote:Gustywind wrote:http://www.meteo.fr/temps/domtom/antill ... Tagant.jpg
We're good of another round of showers and tstorms during the next couple of hours, convection is still present in Omar's tail, swell is always dangerous in the carib coast, waves are increasing ....
That looks more like a squall line now. It's a line of storms 750 miles long extending from 22N/58W all the way to Venezuela. Omar's core is getting to be squall-free now. It appears to be rapidly merging with the frontal boundary.
Tkanks for the info, i appreciate. We should have to deal with it, seems that the carib coast is beginning to experience this squall line as many reports have observed in these locations at the radio.