Just a brief post about Invest 93 because I wanted to share the spaghetti plot with you all!
The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is still keeping a close eye on the broad surface low (Invest 93) that has developed in the western Caribbean. Pressure continues to slowly drop and confidence is high that this low will become a tropical system in the Gulf of Mexico over the next few days. The NHC is keeping a close eye on this system and has given the low an 80% chance of development into a tropical cyclone over the next five days and a 40% chance of development within 48 hours.
On to the spaghetti:
So what exactly are spaghetti plots? Spaghetti plots are what meteorologists refer to when multiple numerical weather models are shown together. This creates a spaghetti like appearance because the individual model tracks are all plotted on the same image. These plots are important because they can give some insight into where a tropical system may track.
Here is the latest spaghetti plot for Invest 93 that is heading towards the Gulf of Mexico. The article (click on the next sentence) explains why the models are split with this system. Click here for latest detailed forecast and see the impacts Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida may see!