Tropical storm Lisa formed in the East Atlantic yesterday as an area of interest begins to organize in the eastern Caribbean. Lisa is expected to meander around the East and Central Atlantic while remaining far away from the U.S., but the disturbance in the Caribbean has been forecast by the models to have a chance at a U.S. landfall. Beyond that information, there won’t be much to report on the potential system until it develops into a tropical cyclone and begins a definitive motion. There’s still a wide range of possibilities out there, so anyone who says “it will hit X” in the next few days is talking complete bull.
Tonight, Jason and I will be attending the first DC AMS meeting of the 2010-2011 chapter year. Jason will be live streaming the meeting on his site, and I’ll be the tired guy pretending to be fully conscious.