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RE: Tropical Cyclone Guba - Coral Sea: 13 - 19 Nov 2007
« Reply #15 on: 20 November 2007, 12:19:27 PM »
Well ,well Gabu has plans in store perhaps?  JTWC has cancelled further advices but is keeping an eye on it.  NT BoM just issued a storm wind warning for gabu in our waters.   Models and track maps show gabu sitting at the top of our Gulf by Thursday perhaps.  Our waters are currently at 28-30C - quite a nice environment for this thing.  I almost wrote it off, but it seems this system is still worth watching a little longer yet.  yesterdays satpic shows one of the deep convective storms as we mentioned earlier...interesting!  JTWC say that there's LLC (low level circulation) and that's about it, i think the waters in the area it is in are not helping somewhat and there's a lack of storm activity around it to assist. 
Mike

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Offline Mike

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RE: Tropical Cyclone Guba - Coral Sea: 13 - 19 Nov 2007
« Reply #16 on: 20 November 2007, 06:16:26 PM »
And it's fair to say that Guba has become just that....found a nice northerly steering wind and will become a rain depression it seems...ah well it was fun to monitor!!!

Mike
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