Sunday, July 28, 2013

Remnants Of Tropical Storm Dorian May Be Re-Forming

          Tropical Storm Dorian, a storm that had it's up and downs, but never really got anywhere fast and fell apart quickly. So what is left of the storm, because it can't be all gone? Well this is a very good question and has a very unexpected answer if asked a few days ago. The remnants are moving west-northwest soon to the north of the Dominican Republic. With the sea surface temperatures and upper level winds favorable for development, why could this thing not reform? There is actually no reason for it not to, and likely within the next several hours into a Tropical Depression or even Tropical Storm.

          The models of course give us an idea of where this storm is going and just how strong or weak it could get. So the majority of models have this storm at least intensifying into a moderate - strong tropical storm in the coming few days, possibly between 60 and 84 hours out which is about three days. Then a small portion of them have the storm possibly becoming a category 1 or even 2 hurricane by about 4 days, or 96 hours. Here is a model showing possible intensity's of then remnants of Tropical Storm Dorian.

          As you can see from these new models runs, they have the storm making landfall anywhere from 96 - 120 hours out, or about the next 4 or 5 days from now which would be on Thursday or Friday. So this is the latest update on the remnants of Dorian, which at this point are very close to being re-classified. Here is the latest forecast projection by Northeast Weather Action and stay right here for the latest updates on the re-forming Dorian as well as all other northeast Weather Action. Have a great rest of your day and stay safe everyone!

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