Today 93L is battling high wind shear around 20 knots, which is making development difficult. However, wind shear is supposed to decrease by tonight, which may give 93 a chance to become a tropical depression by tomorrow morning.
The GFS and European forecast models still predict a north-northwest path for 93L that will bring it in contact with the low pressure trough off the U.S. east coast, and ultimately re-curve the system out to sea…
A little hometown history for today!
On this date in 1979 a 45 minute hail storm blasted Fort Collins, CO. with baseball and softball sized hail. In all, 2,000 homes and 2,500 automobiles were damaged. Anyone out there remember that one? What a storm!!