East Pacific Basin.....Quiet..... For Now
Last Update: 21-JUL-2009 08:27am EDT
Though there are several areas of showers and thunderstorms in the Pacific Basin, no significant development is expected into midweek.
While scattered showers and thunderstorms continue to develop along the ITCZ, the Eastern Pacific is marked by only one distinct tropical wave. This wave is located at 119 west and is moving at 6 degrees longitude per day. Thunderstorms associated with this system remain poorly organized. Development is not expected as this wave heads for increasingly cooler waters.
A large cluster of thunderstorms was observed late on Monday afternoon just west of Panama. This area of active weather was related to a tropical wave along 75 west in the Caribbean. Some forecasting models are suggesting that the eastern Pacific might experience more favorable conditions for tropical development later this week. http://hurricane.accuweather.com/hurricane/basin-story.asp?partner=netweather&traveler=0&basin=epacific

Tu Fu

When you come to understand the laws of nature

you see how hard it is to change them

deep water pleases fish

thick forest suits the birds

Translated by David Young

SV TATOOSH POSITION 45* 44.044' N by 122* 51.695' W

Today...Flying Dutchmen Winery....tasting room in Astoria. Possible job?

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