Friday, June 3, 2011


The disturbance in the Caribbean has now been designated 94L. While there was just too much dry air/wind shear for 93L to develop, conditions are more favorable for development with 94L. It's going to take some time, but I think 94L has a legitimate shot at becoming the first named storm of the season. The main threat will be heavy rain across Cuba/Hispaniola! The models are all over the place right now, but that makes sense until we get a ture center. 94L is not going to moving very fast, that's for sure! I'll have a much more detailed update tomorrow!

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