Will Dean live again?

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Will Dean live again?

Postby Caribbean Traveler » Thu Aug 23, 2007 2:05 am

Dean's low level circulation has been destroyed by the mountains of central Mexico. But because of Deans quick speed to the west, cloud structure is about to emerge off the coast of Mexico.

It is possible that the mid-level circulation associated with Dean will try to make a come back. If that's the case it will be named Gil. The European forecast model takes the low to the west of Cabo San Lucas. It's still possible that some of the moisture will make it into the desert southwest.
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Postby Caribbean Traveler » Thu Aug 23, 2007 1:50 pm

Thursday PM

Remnants of Dean - which willed be called Gil if regeneration occurs is near the west coast of Mexico. Right now a mid level spin appears to be north of Puerto Vallarta. Forecast models takes this area north into the Gulf of California.

Showers may move up toward Cabo before heading north into the southwest U.S.
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Postby Caribbean Traveler » Fri Aug 24, 2007 12:09 pm

Friday afternoon

It looks like the unsettled weather from Dean continues across northwest Mexico now moving into the Baja. Cabo San Lucas will have scattered showers as the remnants of Dean pass to the west over colder Pacific water. Some of the moisture will likely increase chances of scattered thunderstorms in Arizona, the southern California deserts and New Mexico.
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