XRAY Vision Watching the SW Carib . . .
This is why people come to my blog and other sites to find out about what is still invisible and might soon show it's tropical face. Using model analysis and watching satellite trends and understanding historical patterns we know that there is a reason that the season does not end until November 30th and sometimes even extends beyond that. The peak of the season is definitely over, but long shot storms develop in regions that are far removed from the first, falling snowflakes of winter and balmy breezes in Miami.
If you go to the National Hurricane Center's website it tells you there is no tropical development today but it doesn't tell you what might develop next week; secrets are kept locked up tight under the guise of low probabilities and forecasts that might not verify. There is no Tropical Weather Update on TWC as they are updating possible snow totals in Colorado and places where it snows often this time of year. The rain falls in the Southwest Caribbean this time of year as well and that is what I am watching.
Sometime next week a system may develop and may shoot out of the pinball machine one last time, another steel marble left in the barrel about to shoot out and try not to hit the bumpers of Central America and the Yucatan and move north towards the Gulf of Mexico. Hey, not a mission I would like to take on but this is 2010 and the Tropical Atlantic is still hot in some places and those places bear watching.
So...keep watching with me.
In other worlds it's a writing morning while I wait to enjoy Burn Notice in the evening and take care of some business not so tropical. Reading email I came across this cute little astrological forecast for the day and thought ....ummmmm...ummm...
From Rick Levine's Astrological Horoscope for Capricorns....
Thursday, Nov 11th, 2010 -- If you have a big secret now you might make a whole lot of fuss about something unimportant just to distract everyone's attention from lingering on the real deal. But you can keep up the shell game for only so long, because it drains too much of your psychic energy. Consider what emotions -- yours or someone else's -- might be stirred by sharing your vulnerability. Don't just blurt out your truth without having a sensible strategy that leads to a healthy closure
So, am keeping ma little mouth shut and going to do about my Thursday wondering what to cook up for Shabbos and just exactly how to develop a character I am writing about in a story.
Ps...for the musically inclined go take a Journey into the Past and listen to some jazzy tune and send me some chocolate! Guess it's the wrong season for chocolate covered strawberries....what is this the season for I wonder? Chocolate covered pumpkins....ewww...noo .... keep thinkin.