MY SPECIAL MESSAGES (THURSDAY OCTOBER 29 2020 5:45 PM EDT)

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  • The following changes have occurred since birdseye view post #164:

  • Zeta has transitioned into a remnant non-tropical frontal low pressure moving rapidly offshore of the eastern United States and into the western Atlantic. Any weather ongoing over the eastern United States (heavy rain, breezy winds) is associated with a much larger frontal low pressure to the west of Zeta.

  • A tropical wave of low pressure has potential to develop as upper-level winds become more favorable when it moves across the Caribbean Sea over the next few days. The greatest potential for possible tropical cyclone impacts appears to be toward Central America (Nicaragua and Honduras) instead of the northern Caribbean islands in the coming days, interests here should be paying close attention to this disturbance.

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