Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Lisa forms well out in the Atlantic-Matthew could be next.
Tropical storm Lisa has formed in the far eastern Atlantic and most likely will never pose a threat to the U.S. mainland but it will be watched for any possible changes. Closer to home there is a tropical disturbance in the eastern Caribbean Sea that does bear watching. Pratically all of the reliable forecast models develop a system in the western Caribbean over the next five days and many bring the system into the Gulf of Mexico. We will have to watch the system very closely becasuse the waters are still very warm and this could turn out to be a rather potent storm. A cool front is forecast to move through by Sunday and we may actually see temps in the 50s Monday night here in our area. Bring on Fall !!! Rex