Weather Ahead for the Southeast
Watching for this storm to pull together a bit and cross over the southeast Thursday into Friday. Models have been split about how developed this becomes after.
Left is GEOS-5, doesn't look quite sub-tropical but looks possibly severe for coastal North Carolina. Right is GFS phase diagram. Shows the storm farther off shore til it reaches the Northeast and deepening all the way. NHC does not expect any tropical development over the Atlantic Ocean for the next five days.
93E May Develop and Move North
NHC is anticipating that this East Pacific storm will likely pull together over the next few days and are giving it a 70% chance to form in the next 2 days and an 80% chance to develop in the next 5 days. It is expected to move somewhat slowly to the north.
Ever wonder where a patch of earth was during different eras of our earth's long history? Plug your location into this interactive map to find out what earth looked like and where a place was up to 700million years ago at dinosaurpictures.org.
Big Waves at Nazare
Looked like the surfers had fun at Nazare in Portugal today. The tourists that lingered a little too close got in on the action as well.