Tropical Storm (again) Gabrielle

Update, 11 a.m. Eastern, Tuesday, September 10: What once was Gabrielle must have split up because now the NHC has identified a re-formed Gabrielle just south of Bermuda. They upgraded it from a tropical depression to a tropical storm again last night.

It is much closer to land than Humberto is and Bermuda is going to get it tonight, fortunately only as a tropical storm. Parts of Canada may also experience it in a few days, per the current NHC forecast cone:

New Gabrielle

It may get up to Canada as a tropical system, but the current GFS shows it kind of pulsing up and down. Time will tell.

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Update, 12:08 p.m., Saturday, September 7:

TD 8, the tropical system formerly known as Gabrielle, makes landfall in Mexico on September 6, 2013.  (NASA, by way of Wunderground)

TD 8, the tropical system formerly known as Gabrielle, makes landfall in Mexico on September 6, 2013. (NASA, by way of Wunderground)

Update, 9:20 p.m. Eastern: Gabrielle is another one-day wonder, apparently. The NHC has downgraded it to a tropical depression and it may be just remnants by tomorrow morning. However, per the current GFS run, it could regenerate in 72 hours, a bit north of the Bahamas, but even if so, it will then head out to sea.

Time will tell.

The NHC identified it last night – in the Caribbean.

I’ve got to get to work, but Storm Carib is a good place to get close to real time information on tropical weather there. More later today.



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