GHOST OF FRED CREEPS WESTWARD, NEW STORM BREWING

New low developing east of Bahamas may turn “ghost” of Fred north

New low developing east of Bahamas may turn “ghost” of Fred north

While Gulf rains remain west of the Jacksonville area, a tropical drama is developing in the Atlantic east of the Bahamas. The remnants of Fred show a spiral band of showers on its northside, an indication that Fred may be coming back to life as a tropical storm. A subtropical low in developing northeast of the Bahamas on the frontal boundary between the cooler, drier air to the north and the warm, moist air extending from the eastern Bahamas the environment of Fred.
The subtropical jet stream stretches from the central Gulf across northern Florida to the long band of clouds over the western Atlantic. By Friday we should see the interaction between the two Atlantic lows. They may stay well east of our coast, only increasing the surf along our beaches; but we also will be watching these storms to see which one becomes a dominant one to affect the future course of either or both.

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