All Quiet on The Western Front
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All Quiet on The Western Front

All Quiet on The Western Front

All quiet on the Western front.

We’ve been racing this frontal band of strato cumulus all afternoon. No clear winner yet but as long as it’s neck and neck, there’s plenty of breeze.

Seaburban’s making for the southwest and away from a developing tropical depression moving northward up the Baja Peninsula.

November is supposed to be the end of the hurricane season I these parts but right now we’re sandwiched between disturbances that could become hurricanes. The disturbance south and west is unlikely to develop further but the one south and east has completely different plans. This the mad dash west!

The garner ally unstable air mass evidenced by all the convection seems to be part of the whole double your hurricane fun picture.

Follow my tracks in real-time: